Finchampstead Athletic won the day’s top game in the Premier Division, beating Crowthorne Inn by 3-2 and in doing so displaced Inn for 2nd position.
FC Fernhill, who won their Aldershot Cup 2nd round tie by 5-2 against Chobham & Burymead, stay top.
Elsewhere today, WAB beat Athletico Forest 3-1, skipper Alex Badshsah on the scoresheet for WAB, whilst a Mickey Johnson goal secured FC Meta a 1-0 win away at Morale Madrid.
Loveman United moved top of Division 1 with an impressive 3-0 win against Finchampstead Athletic Reserves, leaders at the start of the day.
Scorers for Loveman were Ben Poynter, Ryan Millward and Ed Jackson-Sankey. Third placed Wokingham & Emmbrook TMW slipped up losing 2-4 at home to Athletico Ascot.
Want to feature your team on Football in Bracknell? Fill out our form here
Elsewhere there were wins for Panthers Reserves and Bracknell Athletic and the Crowthorne “derby” between Crowthorne Old Boys and AFC Crowthorne Stiffs finished all square at 1-1.
It’s no change at the top of Division 2 with all four at the top drawing. The top two of Sandhurst FFC and Moore Close Manor shared the points following a 1-1 draw whilst it was the same scoreline in the game between Golden Farmer Rangers Reserves and Ashridge Park Royals.
Bracknell Cavaliers moved level on points at the top of Division 3 with Bearwood Wanderers following their 4-0 defeat of Bracknell Saint Germain whilst Braybrooke Athletic closed to within a point of the leaders following their resounding 8-1 win against Bracknell Royals.
Athletic’s goal-scorers were Neil Blewitt (4), Troy Whelan (2), Ewan Joyce and Connor Clarke. Bearwood Wanderers, whose game against Silver Birch A was abandoned halfway through, stay top on goal difference and have played 2 games less than their closest challengers.
The day’s highest scoring game was played out in this division between Hope & Anchor and Finchampstead Athletic A, that finished 7-5.
Division 4 leaders Crownwood Dukes have not had the best start to the year. After losing out by the odd goal in an 11-goal thriller last weekend to Silver Birch, the long-time leaders were held to a 2-2 draw at home to Bracknell Athletic Reserves today.
FC Harmanswater moved level on points with Dukes following their 4-1 defeat of Bracknell Titans. Dukes remain top with a far superior goal difference and have played 2 games less than Harmanswater.