FC Bracknell

CALLUM Cobb was responsible for half the goals as FC Bracknell Under 12s Youth put eight past Berks County, their other scorers being man-of-match Louis Colwell, Krissy (2) and Logan Biggers.

But the U12 Colts were on the wrong end of an 7-0 defeat against Ascot United with Charlie Pheby having the consolation of being named his side’s stand-out player.

Arvind Mahil and Leo Manhood both netted twice for Ascot, with the other goals coming from Tommy Aston, Luke Andrews and Oliver Hallas.

FCB U13s hit Woodley United Hurricanes for six with keeper Quinn Gow earning the man-of-the-match award for keeping a clean sheet.

Their goals came from Leo Carter, Vincent Nyame (2), Louis Christophers, Hayden Mills and Ethan Callaway.

Fielding a depleted side due to injury, FCB U14s lost 2-0 to table-topping Bracknell Town Youth, with centre-half Harry Aspinall having an outstanding game in defence.

The U14s Youth took another step closer to clinching the EBFA Division Five title by winning 3-0 at Twyford Comets thanks to a Kyle Wallbanks brace, both goals set up by Leo Saunders, and Bojan Kostadinovska.

Mackenzie Gilder was the man-of-the-match for FCB, who have dropped only three points in 15 games.

Callum Gaskin netted the U14s Colts goal in their 2-1 defeat away to Twickenham Tigers, with Tom Atkinson their man-of-the-match.

FCB U15s produced an excellent display against a Darby Green side who came into the game on a run of 14 wins and 86 goals to their credit.

They lost 2-1 in a hard-fought game they deserved to have drawn, only being denied by two great saves from the Green keeper and the post.

Both sides played with pride, passion, pace and discipline. Dylan Lock scored for FCB Bracknell with Ivo Atanasov their man-of-the-match.

In a game played in tough weather conditions, FCB U12s lost 3-0 at Ashridge Park with Sonny Burton their man-of-the-match award recipient.

Bracknell Athletic

BRACKNELL Athletic Under 15 Bombers battled to a 3-2 win against AFC Charvil, Harry White striking from outside the box, Billy Wooden with an outstanding solo goal and Harvey Cecil with a clever lob.

Goalkeeper Joel Kirby made some superb saves to be named as man-of-the-match.

Leighton Plumridge and Louis Poole impressed for the U7 Tornados in their game with Pinewood Piranhas, while Adam Mendham, Jaydon Wahome and Jake Carter netted for the U14 Youth in their 3-1 win against Ascot United Aces.

Shotstopper Kye Osborne was the stand-out performer for Athletic.

Alfie Keen was on target for the U8 Colts in their game with South Reading, Matt Coggins the best player after saving a penalty and then coming out of goal to set-up Keen for his strike.

Bracknell Athletic U13 Hawks won a thrilling game 5-4 against Hearts of Teddlothian Cheetahs. Reece Collins scored his first for the club before ending with four, Jamie Mollon also on the scoresheet.

Wing Bradley Webb was man-of-the-match for his work rate.

Ellis Wells starred with a hat-trick for BAFC Razors, Albie Campbell and Lewis Birchmore providing the assists against Whitegrove Tornadoes.

Joe Gaffney was man-of-the-match for the U18 Spitfires in their 1-0 defeat to Aldermaston.

Ascot United

TOM Madden and Franz Meyer both bagged braces in Ascot United Under 18 Royals’ 6-2 victory against Westwood Wanderers.

They were also aided by an own goal, with the other coming from Dylan Mackay.

Jack Jones scored for the U18 Aces, but they lost 4-1 to Basingstoke Town.

Seb Dalais starred for the U16 Eagles and Ben Hefferman hit the target, but they were thumped 7-1 by Twyford Comets.

Rhys Hughes netted twice for Ascot United U16 Racing and Arkasha Samuel was also on target, but they lost 5-3 to Hartley Wintney Junior Hawks, despite a fine performance by Ronan Murphy.

The U15 Hornets hammered Binfield Barracudas 12-0, while the U8 Royals also battered Wokingham & Emmbrook Oranges 8-1.

The U13 Raiders beat Hearts of Teddlothian Pumas 4-2, the U13 Chargers drew 2-2 with Twyford Comets Blacks and Ailsa Sheppard scored four times in the U13 Sapphires’ 7-0 drubbing of Woking Cougars Colts.

Chloe Sykes also bagged a brace, with the other goal coming from Ella Davey.

Emil Muraslav, Callum Kent and Louis Pask got the goals as the U12 Youth beat Reading United 3-0, while Ascot United U12 Racing shared the spoils 2-2 with Binfield Vipers.

Bracknell Town

SEVEN different players wrote their name on the goal sheet as Bracknell Town Under 12s defeated Manorcroft 9-1.

Rayanne Azib led the way with three, while there was one each for Sean Bull, Ollie Rowland, Josh McMahon, Markus Reisi, Nathan Bond and Harry Dutson.

Max Mullins netted twice for BTFC U16s in their 5-0 win away to Sheen, with Ross Evans, Will Day and Jake Jenkins adding the others.

A hat-trick from Harvey Nash earned BTFC U10s a 3-3 draw with Chipstead.

BTFC squeezed home 3-2 at Sheen Lions thanks to two goals from Jacob Parsons-Young and one by Joe Montana.

Rudy Steinborn-Busse netted four goals as Bracknell Town Robins U10s inflicted a 10-2 defeat on Carshalton. Also on target were Sam Lynskey (2), Lucas Dhaka, also with two, Aaron Preprah and Lucas Jacobs.

Alex McCourt, Bobby Thomson and Cassius Cole-Hassam all scored twice when BTFC U8s defeated Woking Cougars 8-3, with Aiden Bull and Alfie White completing the scoring.