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Football round-up: Wins for Wokingham and Binfield

Published: 12 Nov 2012 12:200 comments

BINFIELD made it six wins in a row in all competitions with a 2-0 victory over Holyport in the Hellenic Premier Division.

Ascot United's Josh Warren dribbles against Ardley. 127009.

After a disappointing opening half, the Moles sprang into life in the second period with goals from Joel Havermans and Carl Davies, who were both also on the scoresheet last week.

Wokingham & Emmbrook bounced back from last week's disappointing cup exit with a narrow 1-0 win over Shrivenham thanks to Nicky Bateman's winner in the 55th minute.

Ascot United's excellent run of form against the top six sides was halted by Ardley United at the weekend after they were beaten

2-1 at the Racecourse Ground.

Joe Eyre gave the visitors the lead after 14 minutes and Steve Howkins doubled the advantage early in the second half.

It wasn't until the 70th minute that Rob Saunders pulled one back for the Yellamen.

In Division One East, there was disappointment for both the local teams with defeats for Finchampstead and Bracknell Town.

The Robins were undone by a 35th-minute winner from Penn & Tyler Green's Adrian Smith.

Brothers Allen and Kelvin Bossman were Finchampstead's chief tormentors netting four of Maidenhead United Reserves' six goals in a 6-2 win.

Kelvin netted a hat-trick and Allen was also on target to add to goals by Jonathan Hippolyte and Kyle Lucas. Greg Alexander scored both of Finchampstead's strikes.

Sandhurst Town slumped to a 4-1 home defeat to Colliers Wood United in the Combined Counties Premier Division.

In Division One, Eversley & California got back to winning ways with a 4-0 victory away at Cobham.

Jermain Hamilton, Neil Williams and Matt Baker gave the Boars a three-goal cushion at half time before Baker added a fourth midway through the second period. The win moved them up to fourth in the table.

* SEE THURSDAY'S NEWS FOR FULL REPORTS AND REACTION.

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