FC Bracknell

FC Bracknell Under 14 Youth kicked off the new year with an impressive away win over Wokingham & Emmbrook.

After going a goal down, they slotted home five goals to secure the three points and maintain their season-long league unbeaten run.

Their man-of-the-match was Kyle Bulchler.

Despite battling hard, FCB U14 Colts lost 4-0 to Finchampstead Rovers, whose clinical finishing was the main difference between the sides.

Callum Gaskin was FCB's star performer.

FCB U15s lost 2-1 to Hearts of Teddlothian in a game which saw both teams play with a lot of energy and pace.

They went a goal down in the opening minute, but equalised just before half-time when Dylan Lock made a good run before crossing for Zack Climance Cooley to turn home.

With no substitutes, Bracknell tired and were unable to stop Hearts scoring a last-minute winner through a powerful header.

The U12s lost 4-2 to Laurel Park Yellows, Josh Winslade and an own goal being their only consolation in an end-to-end game.

Their man-of-the-match was Ollie Draper.

In another U12s game, FCB Youth thrashed Windsor Merlins 5-1 with goals from Callum Cobb (2), Lewis Trevisani, Ryan Priestley and Krissy, with Aiden West taking their motm award.

Bracknell Town

MAXWELL Mullins and Toby Raggett both bagged a brace as Bracknell Town U16s won 4-0 against Meadow Sports in the Surrey Youth League Premier Division.

They top the table with 19 points from eight games.

Nathan Bond netted a hat-trick in Town U12s' 6-0 victory over Mayford, with Quincy Patterson (2) and Harry Dutson adding the other goals.

Bracknell Youth U11s defeated Woking Cougars 4-2 thanks to strikes from Beau Oliphant, Jayden Johnson, Ollie Draper and Bertie Saunders.

Harry Pashley, with two goals, Dan Snow, Andrew Shmygol, Jack Dutton and an own goal were responsible for Town Robins U11s beating Worcester Park Colts 6-2.

BTFC Robins U10s, playing their first game in a new division, beat Esher 7-1 thanks to a superb hat-trick from Sam Lynskey and Lucas Jacobs, Rudy Steinborn-Busse and Alfie Heaver strikes.

Town Youth U10s had Joseph Callow and Ethan Digweed on target in their 2-0 victory at Worcester Park.

In an U8s game, Town Youth were edged out 4-3 by Claygate Royals Foleys, their goals coming from Aiden Bull (2|) and Ollie Warburton.

Ascot United

SHANNON Morgan and Jasmine Lynch both scored four times as Ascot United U13 Emeralds battered Thatcham Town Whites 15-3.

There were also braces for Ailsa Sheppard, Sophia Sloan and Ella Steer, with Chloe Sykes completing the rout.

The U13 Chargers drew 1-1 with Camberley Town Youth Royals, while a Harry Bagguley strike was not enough for the U13 Raiders as they went down 2-1 to Yateley United.

A sensational hat-trick from Daniel Martin-Cenzano helped the U18 Aces cruise past Bracknell United 4-0, the other goal coming from Robbie Smith, while a Ben Payne strike earned the U18 Royals a 1-1 draw at Westwood United.

Lauren Turk and Simran Karia were the goalscorers for the U18 Diamonds is their narrow 2-1 success against Claygate.

James Starkey produced a man-of-the-match display for the U15 Eagles, but they went down to a 5-0 loss against Ashridge Park Royals.

A Charlie Reuby strike proved a mere consolation for the U14 Royals as they were thrashed 6-1 by Ashridge Park.

Josh Smith bagged a brace and Fabian Reisser-Weston and Harry White were also on the scoresheet as the U15 Youth secured a fine 4-1 win against Carshalton Purples, but Ascot United U12 Racing were mauled 6-0 by Hawley Colts.

However, the U12 Royals went goal crazy in hammering Ashridge Park Rovers 10-0.

Tommy Aston found the net four times, with the other goals coming from Arvind Mahil, Nico Ivanec, Micah Prior, Alex Gowans, Joseph Warren and an own goal.