Crowthorne Inn moved further ahead at the top of the Bracknell Town & District Sunday League Premier Division despite dropping points in a 1-1 draw with Bracknell Cavaliers, themselves finding a little form in recent weeks after a lacklustre start to their season. Inn now lead by 4 points after their nearest challengers William Twigg Vets suffered defeat at the hands of Finchampstead Athletic by 1-3. In the only other game played in the Division a resurgent FC Fernhill thumped Wokingham & Emmbrook TMW 6-2.
- Despite being held to a draw Crowthorne Inn move further clear at the top of the Prem
- (At least) three through to the 4th round of the Berks & Bucks Junior Cup
- WAB move further clear at the top of Division 1
- Woodley United net 10 and move 2nd in Division 2
- Silver Birch A edge 10-goal thriller against Crownwood to move clearer at the top of Division 4
Loveman United, Binfield Royals (3-1 away win against Imann( and Warfield (5-1 home win against Langley Old Boys) all progressed to the 4th round of the Berks & Bucks Junior Cup. Despite going a goal down early on to Newbold College, Loveman made quick amends and ran out comfortable 6-2 winners through goals by top-scorer Alfie Sparrow (3), his fourth hat-trick of the season, Ben Poynter, Lee Blackman and Reece Simpson all with one each. (The result of the all Division 1 tie between Sandhurst FFC and Raglan was not known at the time of writing this review).
In Division 1 WAB took full advantage of their nearest rivals exploits in the County Cup with a 2-1 away victory against Berkshire All Stars to move them 9 points clear of both Raglan and AFC Crowthorne in 2nd and 3rd respectively and 10 points clear of Loveman United in 4th.
In Division 2 Woodley United closed the gap on Warfield with an emphatic 10-2 win away to Bracknell Athletic and moved into 2nd place ahead of Athletico Ascot who could only manage a 1-1 draw against Bracknell Saint Germain. Berks County moved into 4thg with a 3-1 win against 3M.
Woodley Saints maintained their unbeaten run in Division 3 with a 5-1 win against bottom team Berkshire United. WAB Reserves stay top following their 2-1 win against Winnersh Rangers whilst Bracknell Corinthians lost ground in 3rd following their 1-4 defeat at the hands of Silver Birch.
The top two in Division 4 served up a feast of goals with Silver Birch A coming out on top with a stunning 6-4 victory. That win for Birch extends their lead at the top to 4 points ahead of Bracknell Royals who moved into 2nd with victory against Whitegrove Pythons by 6-1.