It was always going to be tough for Bracknell Sunday League side Wokingham & Emmbrook TMW against a team flying in their league (Aylesbury Flooring) and suffered a 0-11 defeat to bow out of the competition. FC Fernhill’s tie away to Eagle Athletic was postponed and they’ll try again next week.
- Another weather affected Sunday as only 14 games survive!
- Wokingham & Emmbrook TMW suffer heavy defeat in County Cup; Fernhill’s tie postponed
- WAB stretch their lead at the top of Division 1 to 16 points
- WAB Reserves suffer defeat in Division 3; Woodley Saints stretch lead to 3 points
- Crownwood Dukes win in Division 4 and get their challenge for the title back on track
One fixture survived in the Premier Division where Finchampstead Athletic and FC Meta battled out a 0-0 draw. The top 5 positions stay unchanged with FC Meta in 2nd, 4 points behind leaders Crowthorne Inn and Finch 4th.
WAB stretched to 16 points clear at the top of Division 1 with an emphatic 5-0 win away at Winkfield. Raglan maintained their challenge with a 6-2 win against AFC Crowthorne. Despite Loveman not playing, Raglan remain in 3rd 17 points behind WAB but have 5 games in hand. Elsewhere Finchampstead Athletic Reserves and Sandhurst FFC drew 2-2.
The two games played in Division 2 saw victories for AFC Crowthorne Reserves and Bracknell Athletic (2-1 against Bracknell Saint Germain and 4-2 against Braybrooke Athletic respectively)
Two significant results in Division 3 saw Silver Birch beat Winnersh Town 5-0 to continue their charge up the table whilst Bearwood Wanderers beat WAB Reserves 5-1. Defeat for WAB and victory for Woodley Saints by 1-0 against Winnersh Rangers means that Saints move 3 points clear at the top whilst Bearwood moved into 4th place. Elsewhere Berkshire United and Hope & Anchor battled out a 10-goal thriller, Hope & Anchor winning out by 6-4.
Crownwood Dukes won the top game in Division3 by beating 3rd placed Binfield Royals 2-1. The only other game to be played in the division saw heavy defeat by 1-8 for Whitegrove Pythons at the hands of FC Harmanswater.