Bracknell Town win and Windsor score 7 against Hellenic League champions

Round up of Saturdays pre season friendlies
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BetVictor Isthmian League Bracknell Town picked up another pre season win on Saturday defeating Winchester City 2-0.

It was a welcome return for a former player as George Short was named among the City substitutes, but it was two new faces who did the damage for Bracknell with Dan Bayliss and latest signing Nicholas Bignall who got on the score sheet.

Across at Stag Meadow, Windsor – who play Bracknell on Tuesday night – beat the 2018/19 Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division champions Wantage Town 7-1.

The Royalists might have lost some big players in the last few weeks with Barry Hayles, Dan Roberts and Hugo Sobte departing but Mick Woodham’s side certainly look in good shape.

National League friendlies

Josh Kelly
Josh Kelly. Photo: @DarrenWoolley2

Of the Vanarama National League sides, Maidenhead United beat Hampton & Richmond Borough 3-2 courtesy of goals from Jake Cassidy, Joseph Ellul and Josh Kelly and Slough Town beat Hayes & Yeading United 2-0 with goals from Ben Harris and Ryan Bird.

Berkshire’s other National League side Hungerford Town played a intra-club friendly which you can read about here.

Step 5 and 6

Ascot United continued their pre season campaign with a 3-0 win over Wokingham & Emmbrook while Binfield beat Wallingford Town 1-0.

Reading City were beaten 4-2 by Berks County while Woodley United beat Mortimer 4-1 and a double header for Sandhurst Town saw them beat Holyport 3-1 on Saturday with goals from Steve Downes, Sam Green and Patrick Gardner as well being beaten by Fire United 5-3 on Sunday.

Finally, Chalvey Sports were beaten 6-1 by Aston Clinton and AFC Aldermaston beat Virginia Water 1-0.

Main image: Nicholas Bignall by Neil Graham / ngsportsphotography.com

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