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Loveman United win through to the County Cup Final

Tony Hardy rounds up the weekends Sunday League action

Loveman United win through to the County Cup Final

Huge congratulations to Loveman United who today won through to the Final of the Berks & Bucks Junior Cup. Goals from Ben Poynter (2), Billy Bryce, Sam Holloway, Ryan Millward and Alfie Sparrow secured them a 6-2 win over High Wycombe based AFC Liberal.

Loveman’s opponents in the final will be Three Horseshoes, also of High Wycombe, on a date and at a venue to be announced by the County FA.

Winnersh Town bowed out of the Berks & Bucks Junior Trophy at the quarter final stage, narrowly beaten 1-2 by Jolly Sportsman. That leaves two Bracknell Sunday League teams to carry the fight to the semi-final stage as Woodley Saints will play Jolly Sportsman and Bearwood Wanderers will play South Reading next Sunday (24th February).


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Winnersh Town bowed out of the Berks & Bucks Junior Trophy at the quarter final stage, narrowly beaten 1-2 by Jolly Sportsman. That leaves two Bracknell Sunday League teams to carry the fight to the semi-final stage as Woodley Saints will play Jolly Sportsman and Bearwood Wanderers will play South Reading next Sunday (24th February).

FC Fernhill strengthened their position at the top of the Premier Division with a 6-1 away win at Golden Farmer Rangers. Crowthorne Inn stay 2nd after beating Panthers 5-0 whilst Finchampstead Athletic stay 3rd following their 3-0 win against FC Meta. Fernhill’s lead is now 4 points. Elsewhere, Athletico Forest beat Raglan 2-1 and an in-form WAB beat Morale Madrid by the same scoreline.

With Loveman United in cup action, Finchampstead Athletic Reserves stay top of Division 1 after beating Athletico Ascot 3-1 whilst AFC Crowthorne Stiffs moved menacingly into 2nd place after a 3-0 win against Panthers Reserves. Competition for the title will ramp up over the coming weeks with a mere 7 points separating the top 5.

Sandhurst FFC moved to the stage where a point from their remaining 2 fixtures will see them lift the Division 2 title. Their lead at the top is now a massive 14 points following their 3-1 win away to Winnersh Rangers. Moore Close Manor in 2nd place shared the points with Woodley Saints following their 1-1 draw. Silver Birch Dynamoes picked up all 3 points without kicking a ball as their opponents Bracknell Corinthians were unable to field a team. That “win” keeps Birch in with a slim chance of catching Sandhurst at the top.

Division 3 leaders Bracknell Cavaliers stay top following their 4-0 win against Hope & Anchor whilst Bearwood Wanderers moved into 2nd place after beating Silver Birch A by 4-2. Cavaliers lead is now 3 points though Bearwood have a game in hand.

Crownwood Dukes did their chances of lifting the Division 4 title a massive boost with an emphatic 11-0 win against strugglers Bracknell Titans. Second placed FC Harmanswater, with only one game to play, stayed in contention following their 7-0 win away at AFC Crowthorne Old Boys.

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