Loveman United hit top of Bracknell Sunday League Division 1

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Both Raglan and Panthers made exits from the Berks & Bucks Intermediate Cup following 1-6 and 2-3 defeats to Emmer Green and Cottage Inn respectively.

In the Bracknell Town & District Sunday League Junior Cup both Woodley Saints and Silver Birch Dynamos progressed to the quarter finals to be played on 2nd December whilst Bracknell Corinthians defeated Silver Birch 1st to set up the one remaining 2nd round tie in the competition against Bracknell Saint Germain, to be played in two week’s time.

In the Premier Division Finchampstread Athletic lost the opportunity to go level on points at the top with FC Fernhill after they were held 1-1 by FC Meta. The other two games played saw Crowthorne Inn beat WAB 3-0 and Morale Madrid thump a struggling Golden Farmer Rangers 7-0. Goal scorers for Morale Madrid were Kennie Chamberlain (4), Andy Vaughan (2) and Jamie Osborn.

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Goals by Ryan Millward and Charlie Turner put Loveman United top of Division 1 following their 2-0 away at Finchampstead Athletic Reserves 2-0, displacing AFC Crowthorne Stiffs who went down 1-5 to Woodley United. The highest scoring game of the day saw Bracknell Athletic defeat Panthers Reserves 7-3 whilst, elsewhere, Winkfield and Wokingham & Emmbrook TMSW were also winners.

Sandhurst FFC remain top of Division 2 without kicking a ball (their opponents 3M didn’t show!) whilst Moore Close Manor stay in touch in 2nd following their 3-0 win against Winnersh Rangers.

Braybrooke Athletic lost the chance to close up on Bearwood Wanderers at the top of Division 3 after going down 1-2 to Finchampstead Athletic A. The gap remains 10 points with Braybrooke having played one game less than the leaders.

Crownwood Dukes stay top of Division 4 following their 5-1 away win at Bracknell Titans, two points clear of FC Harmanswater who beta Bracknell Cavaliers 2-0. Bracknell Athletic Reserves stay 3rd after beating AFC Crowthorne Old Boys 3-0.

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