Results: Ian Davies the difference for Woodley United and Bracknell Town leave it late

Bracknell Town striker Ian Davies. Photo: Neil Graham.



Bracknell Town striker Ian Davies. Photo: Neil Graham.


It was an afternoon to forget for Binfield at Woodley United as former striker Ian Davies (pictured) struck twice for the Kestrels to earn Michael Herbert’s side a first ever Hellenic Premier Division three points.

Woodley went in at half time well worth their 3-0 lead thanks to a Davies double sandwiching a Jeff Brown own goal but there were opportunities for the Moles who hit the bar and the post in the opening 45 minutes.

It took a terrific Josh Howell free kick with about 20 minutes left on the clock to spark Binfield in to action but the lack of a protruding foot in the six yard box meant the chances and pressure created came to nothing until Brad Pagliaroli made it 3-2 with minutes left.

Bracknell Town didn’t have it all their own way at Larges Lane – coming from behind twice to eventually beat a stubborn Abingdon United side thanks to goals from Joe Grant, George Short and Jon Bennett with the winner.

Over in Division 1 East there was a first three points of the season for AFC Aldermaston who won 4-0 at home to Chinnor while Virginia Water thumped Henley Town 9-0 at Stag Meadow.

Hellenic Premier Division

  • Ascot United 2-3 Highmoor Ibis
  • Bracknell Town 3-2 Abingdon United
  • Brimscombe & Thrupp 4-4 Windsor
  • Woodley United 3-2 Binfield

See the latest Hellenic Premier Division table and all the division’s results here.

Hellenic Division 1 East

  • AFC Aldermaston 4-0 Chinnor
  • Milton United 0-0 Sandhurst Town
  • Virginia Water 9-0 Henley Town

See the latest Hellenic Division 1 East table and all the division’s results here.

Follow all the latest East Berkshire football news by following our @fibracknell twitter feed here.

Main image: Ian Davies by Neil Graham.

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