The weekends Bracknell Sunday League review in brief

Tony Hardy reviews the weekends Sunday League action
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Both Panthers and Raglan crashed out of the Berks & Bucks Intermediate Cup, with Panthers involved in a 13-goal thriller with FC Bentons that ended 5-8. Raglan lost out by 1-4 to former Bracknell Sunday League side FC Meta.

Eight Bracknell Sunday League teams made it into the hat for the 3rd round draw – AFC Dukes, Newbold, Crowthorne FC, Sandhurst FFC, William Twigg, Ashridge Park Royals, Braybrooke Athletic and Woodley Saints. Junior Trophy holders Bearwood Wanderers went out.

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Premier Division

Crowthorne Inn won the days top fixture in the Division beating Bracknell Rangers 2-0. The win moves Inn top, Rangers drop to 3rd.

A 3-1 win for FC Fernhill over Loveman United moves the reigning Champions into 2nd place.

Division 1

A 4-1 win for Athletico Ascot over Wokingham & Emmbrook TMW saw them move top.

Winkfield are off the mark with a 6-3 win against fellow-strugglers Bracknell Athletic.

Division 2

Bracknell Corinthians moved into 2nd place, 2 points behind leaders Bearwood, with a 6-1 win against Panthers Reserves. Panthers remain rooted to the bottom.

Division’s 3 & 4

No change at the top in Division 3 with AFC Dukes clear by 3 points; Running Horse made progress up the table after beating Hope & Anchor 5-3.

Bracknell Cavaliers Reserves made it 5 wins from 5 and stretched clear at the top of Division 4 by 5 points, beating Finchampstead A by 3-1.

Bracknell Athletic U21’s secured their first win of the season by 4-3 against Bracknell Titans. That win moves Athletic off the bottom of the league.

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