Football in Berkshire
Results

Big scores in opening round of Hellenic League Challenge Cup

All the scores and scorers from up and down non league football in Berkshire

Big scores in opening round of Hellenic League Challenge Cup

There was an average of 5.4 goals scored by Berkshire sides in seven Bluefin Sport Hellenic League Challenge Cup matches involving clubs from the Royal County over the weekend.

On Friday night Binfield fired nine without reply past Hellenic League Division One East with Sean Moore scoring four on his return from injury while Josh Helmore and Eddie Lee got two each and Matt Deadfield scored the other.

Manager Roger Herridge called the win ‘clinical’ and praised his side for: [Keeping] the foot on the throttle for the full 90 minutes.”

Sean Moore strikes. Photo: Neil Graham / ngsportsphaotography.com

The other Berkshire side in action on Friday night saw Wokingham & Emmbrook beat Chinnor 3-0 with goals from Jake White, Elliott Rushforth and Chris Hood.

On Saturday, the goals flowed up the M4 at Taplow United as Reading City beat them 10-0. Goals came from Dan Davies, Matt Stockill (3), Mo Davies, Fergus Burton (2), Khalid Simmo and Jerry Foumboua (2).

Fixtures and Results sponsored by Wills & Lewis.

The featured game, attended by Football in Berkshire was not short of controversy with Woodley United going out on penalties to Windsor after drawing 2-2 in normal time.

The scoring was opened with an absolute belter from Jake Sobalak who scored from 30 yards but and Ed Thomas double gave United the lead in the second half, the second from the penalty spot and Woodley were reduced to 10 men late on when Pele Hagger was shown a second yellow card.

There were three penalties in normal time, Woodley scored theirs but Windsor missed both of theirs, at least initially. The second penalty was taken by Adam Kirby who saw it well saved by Adam Thomson in goal – he got another chance though with the referee adjudging the ‘keeper to have come off his line.

Kirby scored at the second opportunity to seal a draw, but controversy followed during the shootout which finished 7-6 to Windsor – the referee Mr Kevin Bungay failing to consistently implement the rule he seemed so insistent on in the 90 minutes.

Chalvey Sports ran out 7-1 winners at home to Abingdon Town.
Ayden Christian-Coomber hit a hat trick while Richard Jeffery, Jason Marney and John Brennan all on the score sheet. The other goal came from an own goal.

Meanwhile, AFC Aldermaston were knocked out 4-2 on penalties after drawing 2-2 with Hellenic League Division Two South side Hazlemere Sports but Holyport did progress, beating Didcot Town Development 3-2 with goals coming from Wesley Sutherland, Josh Lowths and Alan Akerman.

Read more: All the midweek fixtures coming up

Vanarama National League

Josh Kelly
Josh Kelly. Photo: @DarrenWoolley2

Up in the Vanarama National League, there was a brilliant three points for Maidenhead United in the Magpie derby as they beat Chorley 4-1 at York Road courtesy of goals from Josh Kelly and a Jake Cassidy penalty in the first half after the visitors had made it 1-1. This was followed by two injury time goals for Danny Whitehall who scored in the 91st and 94th minute.

In the National League South it was a point each as Slough Town drew 1-1 at Maidstone United thanks to a 20th minutes Matt Lench goal which the hosts later equalised while Hungerford Town drew 1-1 at home to Chippenham Town, the visitors equalising James Rusby’s seventh minute goal.

Combined Counties League

Ascot United are back up and running after their FA Cup disappointment, winning 2-1 at Redhill to maintain their 100% start in the Premier Division. Ian Davies scored his first goal as a Yellaman and youngster James Richardson was also on the score sheet.

Jack Kittlesen shoots through the crowd. Photo: Richard Milam.

Eversley & California are still looking for their first points of the season three games in. The Boars were beaten 3-0 at Kensington & Ealing Borough while Sandhurst Town made it three games without loss after beating Chessington & Hook United 1-0 courtesy of a Sam Green header.

Step 4 – Isthmian and Southern Leagues

Thatcham Town got off to a good start in the opening fixtures of the BetVictor Southern League Division One South with a 2-0 win at home to Willand Rovers.

The Kingfishers goals came from Curtis Angell and Zak Westlake while things didn’t go according to plan for Bracknell Town in the Isthmian League South Central opener at Chipstead.

The Robins were beaten 2-0 at the NRT Stadium. Football in Berkshire’s Nick Calvert was there and you can read his report here.

Don’t miss a kick this season, make sure you are following @fiberkshire on twitter for all the latest football news from across the county.

Vanarama National League

Maidenhead United 4-1 Chorley

Vanarama National League South

Hungerford Town 1-1 Chippenham Town
Maidstone United 1-1 Slough Town

BetVictor Isthmian League South Central Division One

Chipstead 2-0 Bracknell Town

BetVictor Southern League Division One South

Thatcham Town 2-0 Willand Rovers

Bluefin Sport Hellenic League Challenge Cup

Binfield 9-0 Chalfont Wasps (Friday)
Chinnor 0-3 Wokingham & Emmbrook (Friday)
Chalvey Sports 7-1 Abingdon Town
Didcot Town Development 2-3 Holyport
Hazlemere Sports 2-2 AFC Aldermaston (Hazlemere win 4-2 on penalties)
Taplow United 0-10 Reading City
Woodley United 2-2 Windsor (Windsor win 7-6 on penalties)

Cherry Red Records Combined Counties League Premier Division

Redhill vs Ascot United

Cherry Red Records Combined Counties League Division One

Kensington & Ealing Borough 3-0 Eversley & California
Sandhurst Town 1-0 Chessington & Hook United

The weekly fixtures, results and goal flashes are proudly sponsored by Wills & Lewis. Don’t forget to give @fiberkshire a follow on twitter.

0
0
Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of Football in Berkshire. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Reach PLC. Former manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

Comment via Facebook

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.