Spoils were shared in the top fixture in the Premier Division with Crowthorne Inn and FC Meta drawing 1-1 and stay top though William Twigg Vets closed the gap to 4 points after their 4-2 defeat of Golden Farmer Rangers. FC Fernhill’s recent upturn in form continued and their 4-1 win against Bracknell Cavaliers moves them into 5th position. Completing this week’s Premier Division fixtures Finchampstead Athletic thrashed Wokingham & Emmbrook TMW by 7-0. That win consolidates Finch’s top half position and leaves Wokingham rooted to the bottom without a point.
- Premier Division: Points shared in top game, FC Fernhill on the charge!
- Morale Madrid out of County Cup after penalty shoot-out
- Can anybody stop WAB at the top of Division 1 as they win again?
- Warfield drop points and Woodley United close the gap at the top of Div 2
- Silver Birch A suffer shock defeat but stay 4 points clear at the top of Div 4
Morale Madrid crashed out of the Berks & Bucks Intermediate Cup, losing the penalty shoot-out 2-4 after the game had finished 5-5.
WAB continued to top Division 1 with another victory, this time against AFC Crowthorne (3-1). Loveman United moved into 2nd place following a 3-0 win away against Finchampstead Athletic Reserves. Raglan and Binfield Royals shared the points following their 1-1 draw whilst Berkshire All Stars moved into 5th following their 2-0 win against Ashridge Park. WAB’s lead at the top is now 10 points though Loveman have 4 games in hand.
Top team in Division 2 Warfield United dropped points in a 1-1 draw with Bracknell Saint Germain and that result left the door ajar for the chasing pack. Closest rivals Woodley United and Athletico Ascot both won (3-1 against Berks County and 2-0 against Ashridge Park Royals respectively). Warfields advantage at the top is now 4 points.
Silver Birch A suffered a shock 2-4 defeat to FC Harmanswater but remain 4 points clear at the top of Division 4. The only other game to be played saw Finchampstead Athletic A defeat Whitegrove Pythons 5-4. That win moves Finch up into 3rd, 4 points behind Birch with a game in hand.
Six of our teams were due to play in round 3 of the Berks & Bucks Junior Trophy today but these games have not been published on the FA Full-Time website and we hope to include a round-up of these results in next week’s preview. We do know though that Silver Birch suffered home defeat at the hands of Theale by 0-3.