BRACKNELL Bees Supporters Club spokesman Matthew Gunstone insists the fans remain optimistic about the future of the club despite the frustrating wait to discover the plans for next year.
ALAN Lack has left boyhood club Bracknell Bees to sign for National Ice Hockey League side Invicta Dynamos.
KATIE Eleftheriou and Stuart Robinson have announced their decision to stand down as owners of the Bracknell Bees.
- Cox would 'love' to stay on as Bracknell Bees head coach
- Bracknell Bees beaten in play-offs by Phoenix
- Lamey: Bracknell Bees must make most of home advantage against Phoenix
- Bracknell Bees to meet Manchester Phoenix in play-offs
- Losing not an option for Bracknell Bees coach Cox
- Bracknell Bees beat Swindon Wildcats to make sure of seventh spot
- Lamey wants strong Bracknell Bees finish
- Bracknell Bees bring down Jets to reach play-offs
- Smital: Bracknell Bees need to build momentum
- Thompson: Bracknell Bees out for Peterborough Phantoms revenge
- Bracknell Bees' Thompson hits double hat-trick in three-point weekend
A STELLAR line up of celebrities will be teeing off alongside the world's best golfers at this year's BMW PGA Championship Pro-Am at Wentworth Club next Wednesday.
- Ascot's Ross Fisher eyes home comforts
- Wokingham & Emmbrook boss faces selection issues in final match at Madejski
- Fans remain patient as Bracknell Bees play waiting game
- Ascot Racecourse offers Super Sports tickets
- Wet weather washes out Wokingham CC opener
- Finchampstead CC skipper hails 'outstanding' weekend