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Bearwood Wanderers through to County Junior Trophy semi final

Tony Hardy rounds up all the weekends Bracknell Sunday League action as Bearwood march on in the County Cup

Bearwood Wanderers through to County Junior Trophy semi final

Congratulations to Bearwood Wanderers who today won their tie in the Berks & Bucks Junior Trophy 4-2 against Hazlemere Sports and now enter the hat for the semi-final draw.

Winnersh Town and Woodley Saints will play their quarter final ties next Sunday after this weekend’s ties were postponed.

FC Fernhill won the big game at the top of the Premier Division, beating Raglan 2-1. That win opens up a 4 point gap at the top of the table. Big movers were Crowthorne Inn who moved into 2nd position with a 7-0 win against FC Meta.

WAB continued their recent good run of form with a 3-0 victory over Finchampstead Athletic through goals by George Lock (2) and Ollie Noyes. The other game played in the division finished 3-3 between Panthers and Athletico Forest.

Berks County winger Ollie Noyes. Photo: Berks County FC.
Berks County winger Ollie Noyes. Photo: Berks County FC.

AFC Crowthorne Stiffs moved menacingly into 3rd position in Division 1 with a 5-2 win over Athletico Ascot. Leaders Finchampstead Athletic Reserves slipped up at home, beaten 2-0 by Berks County.

The game between Wokingham & Emmbrook TMW and Loveman United was postponed. Finch stay top 2 points clear of Loveman and 3 points clear of the Stiffs.

Sandhurst FFC installed themselves as odds on favourites to lift the Division 2 title with a 3-2 win at Ashridge Park Royals. Sandhurst are now 9 points clear at the top with 4 games to play. Elsewhere, 3rd placed Golden Farmer Rangers Reserves slipped up, beaten 2-1 by Winnersh Rangers who move off the bottom with that win.

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In Division 3 Running Horse and Hope Anchor entertained, the game finishing 4-5 to Hope & Anchor. None of the top 3 played league games (Bearwood in Cup action and Braybrooke’s game at Silver Birch was postponed). Bracknell Cavaliers stay top, a point clear of Braybrooke in 2nd and 3 points clear of Bearwood in 3rd.

Crownwood Dukes strengthened their resolve to lift the Division 4 title with a 3-2 win against Silver Birch. Dukes’ lead over FC Harmanswater remains at 3 points – Harmanswater also won, 4-1 against AFC Crowthorne Old Boys.

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