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Berks & Bucks County under 18s top championship table

The County under 18 side faced Devon at Slough Town on Sunday

Berks & Bucks County under 18s top championship table

Ascot United’s Harrison Cliff and Hungerford Town’s Josh Elms were on target for the Berks & Bucks County FA under 18s as they stayed top of the South & West Counties Championship on Sunday afternoon.

The side – managed by Ascot United assistant boss Aaron Steadman beat the Gloucestershire FA 2-1 at Slough Town’s Arbour Park despite playing the final half an hour with 10 men.

The side, which included Josh Harris – fresh from helping Wokingham & Emmbrook to a 3-0 win over Woodley United on Saturday as well as players from Maidenhead United, Ascot and Bracknell Town.

The red card came after Ben Mulley was sent off for a challenge, but was deemed by the referee to be the last man.

Berks & Bucks lead the five team competition after two games by three points from Cornwall FA who beat Devon 3-1 on 16th February.

The County’s previous competition fixture saw them beat Devon 4-0 in November.

Squad: Sonny Wheeler, Dominic Reid, Luke Wayborn, Lewis Pegg, Robbie Veasey, Alfi Touceda, Josh Harris, Harrison Cliff, Ben Mulley, Josh Elms, Connor Holland. Subs: Archie Goodcliff, Gabriel George, Sam Jones, Harvey Yates, Joe Whiter.

Forthcoming County fixtures:

10th March: Berks & Bucks u18 vs Wiltshire u18
17th March: Cornwall u18 vs Berks & Bucks u18

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of FootballinBracknell. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Trinity Mirror. Manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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