Football in Bracknell

Charlie Craske on target for Binfield in Suburban League win

Craske and Eddie Lee goals give Moles win against Uxbridge

Charlie Craske on target for Binfield in Suburban League win

Charlie Craske and Eddie Lee both scored for Binfield Reserves as they moved up to fourth in the Suburban Football League Premier Division thanks to a 2-1 win over Uxbridge at the weekend.

The Moles goals came either side of half time with Lee also on target for the youth team this week.

In the Central Division 1 there was a big 6-0 defeat for Eversley & California at bottom side Frimley Green – the Boars stay above the home side though in the table by three points while on Tuesday night Ascot United suffered a heavy 8-0 defeat at third placed Flackwell Heath.

Looking at the week ahead on Saturday the Yellamen have a tough home fixture against Westfield, Eversley travel to Farnham Town and Binfield have a League Cup tie at home to Division 1 South side Horley Town.

Latest Suburban League results:

Tues 21 Nov: Flackwell Heath 8 – 0 Ascot Utd
Sat 18 Nov: Eversley & California 0 – 6 Frimley Green
Sat 18 Nov: Uxbridge Reserves 1 – 2 Binfield Reserves

Next Suburban League fixtures:

Sat 25 Nov: Ascot Utd vs Westfield
Sat 25 Nov: Farnham Town vs Eversley & California
Sat 25 Nov: Binfield Reserves vs Horley Town (League Cup)
Tues 28 Nov: Bracknell Town vs Harefield Utd (League Cup)

Keep up to date with the Suburban Football League - the full live Premier Division table is available here and the Central Division 1 table is here along with recent results and forthcoming fixtures.

Editors note: We’re looking for someone to write our weekly Suburban League updates. If you are interested please email [email protected]

Further editors note: This article originally attributed a goal to Luke Hayden not Charlie Craske. The information taken from the FA’s full time website where Hayden was listed as scoring. We’ve corrected this error.

Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of FootballinBracknell. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Trinity Mirror. Manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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