FC Bracknell

FC Bracknell Under 14s clinched the EBFA Division Five title with a 2-1 win at Woodley Hawks on Saturday.

With the wind behind them, they attacked strongly in the first half and went close several times before Kyle Buchler opened the scoring by lobbing the keeper from the edge of the box and shortly afterwards Kenny Wackrill doubled the led by curling in a free-kick into the top right-hand corner.

They would have had more goals but for some fine saves by the Hawks keeper.

With the wind now to their advantage, Woodley worked hard to get back in the game, but found the visitors’ defence in good form, although they did manage to score a fine goal late in the game.

That led to a nervy finish, but FCB held on to make it 15 wins from 16 games and secure the title.

FCB U14 Colts scored first through Harry Carter, but ended up losing 6-1 to Windsor Youth Hawks Comets.

In another U14s game, FCB lost 3-0 to Woodley Youths Hawks Galaxy after having to play the second half with only seven fit players, Harry Baldry suffering a head injury which required a hospital check-up. His teammates hope he will be fit to face AFC Charvil this Saturday.

FCB U15 drew 1-1 away to Laurel Park with both goals coming in the second half.

The hosts took the lead, while Zack Climance brought the scores level and FCB went very close to snatching a late winner.

Both teams gave everything in a game played in poor conditions.

The U13s drew 2-2 with Woodley Saints Panthers, their goals coming from Vincent Nyame, their player-of-the-match, and Chris-Oliver Pratt.

Frankie McCarthy scored for FCB U12 in their 1-1 draw with Hawley Colts after the whole team had battled hard on a boggy pitch.

FCB U12 Youth produced an excellent performance to beat Shinfield Rangers 8-1 in their top-of-the-table Division Five clash after leading 5-0 at the break. Krissy led the way with five goals, while Lewis Trevisani added two and Logan Biggers one. They now top the standings with three games in hand of Shinfield. After a terrific display, the whole team shared the man-of-the-match award.

Ascot United

A JAKE Miles double and a goal from Gabriel George helped Ascot United Under 16 Youth secure a 3-3 draw against Worcester Park Colts.

Tom Philpot bagged a brace and Craig Barter and Robbie Smith were also on the scoresheet in the U18 Aces’ 4-4 draw with Southcote Colts.

The U18 Diamonds lost 2-0 to Fleet, while Harry White scored for the U15 Youth in their 1-1 draw with Carshalton Purples.

Goals from Jonah Steeverdon and Nathan Day, along with an own goal, resulted in the U14 Royals drawing 3-3 with Berks County Lions.

The U13 Diamonds beat GPR Diamonds 5-2 and the U13 Raiders drew 2-2 with the Chargers in their Ascot derby.

Bracknell Athletic

BRACKNELL Athletic Youth U14 produced a fine display to overcome Twickenham Tigers 4-2.

First-half goals from captain Jake Carter and Jaydon Wahome gave Athletic a 2-1 lead at the interval and the latter plus Thomas Sussex both netted after the break to secure the win.

Defenders Dylan Webb, Finlay Beasley and Tyler Harper impressed throughout, with Harley Callard named man-of-the-match for him calm and composed display in midfield.

Alex Vincent and Havery Cecil were on the scoresheet for the U15 Bombers, but they went down 3-2 to Hook United, Joshua Williams names as man-of-the-match.

Jayden Nhumburo netted for the U8 Colts, but they were edged out 2-1 by unbeaten California Pandas.

Man-of-the-match Thomas Miller impressed along with fellow defenders Preston Campbell and Reggie Stow, while Mollie Waterton and Lewis Yates sat in the middle of the park controlling the defence throughout.

The U16 Devils came from behind to overcome STG&B Reds 3-1, David Ulimas, Harvey Bird and Jack Coleman on target.

Yanni Drakos was Atheltic’s stand-out player, running the midfield alongside Daniel Way.

The Razors lost 2-1 to Windsor in heir cup semi-final.

Beau Hayward put Athletic in front, but despite a fine performance from man-of-the-match goalkeeper Edwards Dickey, the hosts hit back to progress.

Bracknell Town

IT was a weekend to remember for Bracknell Town's Under 12s.

Bob Ryan's boys won the team of the year category at the Pride of Bracknell awards on Friday before going on to clinch the Surrey Youth Premier League U12s title by beating Leatherhead 2-1 thanks to a strike from Nathan Bond and an own goal.

Goals from Alfie Thornton, Ollie Draper, Nuno Cook and Sonny Murphy saw the U11s defeat Barnes Eagles 4-1.

Rudy Steinborn-Busse (2) and Lucas Dhaka were on target as the Robins U10s notched a 3-0 victory over Ashstead.

On a day when they were missing their goalkeeper, BTFC U10s lost 5-2 to Worcester Park, their consolation goals coming from Harry Welch and Sidney Moore.

BTFC U9s Youth got the better of Worcester Park Colts by a 4-2 margin following goals from Charlie Kelly, Joe Montana, Omar Nashaat and Presley McClurg, while keeper Bryan Griffiths produced an outstanding performance.

Alfie White bagged a hat-trick as BTFC U8s defeated Carshalton Athletic Whites 7-5, the other goals coming from Alex McCourt (2), Aiden Bull and Hayden Plant.

There were six different scorers as BTFC U7s Youth defeated Sutton United 6-4, with Mason Coke, Tommy Delaney, Archie Selwood, Oliver Barden, Ayden Archer and Sonny Gooch all finding the net.

BTFC U16s won 2-0 at Chipstead with goals from Ross Evans and Max Mullins, while the U13s inflicted a 4-1 defeat on Ashstead following a n excellent performance.