FC BRACKNELL U12s Youth defeated Woodley Saints 8-0 after taking the lead within 30 seconds of the kick-off and were four ahead by half-time.

Krissy led the way with half the goals, while Callum Cobb, Lewis Trevisani (2) and Louis Colwell added the others with Jake Jones earning their man-of-the-match award.

Another to bag four goals was Dyan Veck as the U13s Colts put nine past Arborfield Aces. Callum Little, their man of the match, scored twice, with Hayden Mills, William Partridge and Ethan Callaway also on target for the visitors.

FCB U14s lost 5-1 to AFC Charvil, Disappointing day at the office for the U14’s who down 5-1 against AFC Charvil. The boys never got going and were punished by the Charvil forwards.

Harry Baldry, having recovered from the head injury he suffered the previous week, was made his side's man of the match.

U14s Youth finished their title-winning season with a 2-2 draw against Berks County. Kyle Wallbanks and Nathan Collins were on the score sheet for the Blue and Whites, while Leo Saunders was their player of the match.

FCB U14s Colts were unlucky to lose 3-2 at Henley, having two goals disallowed. The two that did stand came from Lucas Piper and Harry Carter. Skipper Callum Gaskin led his side well and Abraham Obinkwo secured their best-player award.

Full-back Ollie Bennett bagged a hat-trick for the U15s as they defeated Laurel Park 8-0. Zack Climance, Josh Dalwood, with two goals apiece, and Kieran Irwin, with his first goal of the season, completed the scoring. The defence deserves credit for limiting their opponents to just one direct shot on target.

Bracknell Town Youth

Rudy Steinborn-Busse bagged a brace for the second week running as Bracknell Town Robins U10s crushed Corinthian Casuals 6-0 with the other goals coming from Sam Lynskey, Lucas Jacobs, Aaron Prepah and Mattoe Solinas.

In another U10s game, BTFC lost 3-1 to Sutton United. They started well enough and had the better of the first half, but after the interval, they came a little sloppy when in possession and were made to pay, although will learn from the experience.

Not having a recognised goalkeeper is also proving a bit of a challenge.

Harry Pashley netted twice to earn the Robins U11s a 2-0 victory away to Perrywood Wildcats.

BTFC U9s drew 2-2 away to West Byfleet Cobras, their goals coming from Charlie Kelly and Jacobs Parsons-Young.

Healy Friday, Tommy Delaney and Sonny Gooch scored for BTFC U7s in their 4-3 defeat at the hands of Walton & Hersham.