Bracknell Sunday League fixture programme decimated by the weather

Tony Hardy rounds up the weekends Sunday League action
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Almost half the fixtures scheduled for Sunday were wiped out through water-logging of pitches. Most affected were those games that were to have been played at Cantley Park and St Crispins School with some Bracknell pitches also affected.

Congratulations to Hope & Anchor who won through to the 4th round of the Berks & Bucks Junior Trophy, beating Real Saracens Reserves. William Twigg madee progress too, to the same stage of the Junior Cup following their resounding 6-0 win away at fellow Bracknell team Ashridge Park Royals.

Crowthorne Inn’s lead at the top of the Premier Division is now seven points following their 4-0 win away at Raglan.

The all-Woodley derby in Division 1 finished all square at 2-2. The fixture was described as “a classic derby game” that Woodley United fought through with only 10 players following an early sending-off. Elsewhere Finchampstead Athletic and Athletico Ascot fought out a 2-2 draw whilst Crowthorne inflicted further misery on Winkfield’s season with a 5-1 win. Ascot stay top by one point clear of Crowthorne who moved up into 2nd whilst Woodley Saints drop down into 3rd. Woodley United move up a place into 5th.

At the top of Division 2 leaders Bearwood Wanderers dropped points after being held to a 1-1 draw against bottom team Panthers Reserves. Elsewhere 4th placed Bracknell Corinthians beat Bracknell Cavaliers 3-2.

In Division 3 3rd placed Silver Birch kept up the pressure at the top with a 4-1 win at home to Crowthorne FC A.

Harts of Bracknell moved level on points with Bracknell Cavaliers Reserves at the top of Division following their 5-0 win away at Bracknell Titans.

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