Bracknell Rangers hit the top in the Bracknell Sunday League




Morale Madrid of the Premier Division were made to work hard for their win in the League Senior Cup 1st round. Having been held by Bracknell Athletic of Division 1 to 3-3 at the end of the game, Morale needed penalties to see them through to the next round (4-2).

There were no real upsets in round 1 of the League Junior Cup as all ties went pretty much to form. There were big wins for AFC Dukes (18-0 v. Bracknell Titans), Newbold (10-0 v. Bracknell Spartans U21’s), Braybrooke Athletic (9-0 v. Bracknell Athletic U21’s) and Bracknell Cavaliers Reserves (Div 4) , who caused a minor shock by upsetting Golden Farmer Randers of Division 2 by 8-4. In other ties featured in our preview FC Harmanswater narrowly defeated an in-form FC Showcase by 3-2 whilst William Twigg overcame Bracknell Royals 3-0.

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Goals from George Lock and Ryan Martin secured a 2-0 win for Bracknell Rangers against Raglan. That win moves Rangers to the top of the Premier Division. In other Premier Division fixtures FC Fernhill edged out Panthers by 3-0 whilst Berks county defeated fellow promotees Loveman United 3-0. County’s goal scorers were Dan Best (2) and Matt Lambert.

Finchampstead Athletic dented Woodley Saints 100% winning start to their Division 1 season with a resounding 6-0 win. Athletico Ascot were held to a 3-3 draw by Wokingham & Emmbrook TMW whilst Sandhurst FFC defeated Crowthorne FC by 4-2. Those results put Sandhurst top on goal difference but level on points with Woodley Saints. Ascot drop down to third. The other game played in the division resulted in a 2-0 win for Woodley United over a struggling Winkfield. United’s goals were scored by Chris Dodd and Matt Benham.

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