FC Bracknell

FC Bracknell clinched the EBFA Under 12s League Division Six title following their 2-1 win over Ascot United.

A good start led to the opening goal from Lewis Trevisani, who cut in from an angle to slot the ball past the keeper.

Ascot equalised with a fine Micah Prior shot from outside the area, but the best goal of the game was the winner.

Logan Biggers was defending when he got the ball and he ran the length of the field, passing all opponents, and scoring.

It was an excellent way to seal the title.

Adam Bailey kept his second clean sheet in a row as FCB U15s drew 0-0 away to Rotherfield United in a hard-fought game.

A draw was a fair result with FCB hitting the bar and the hosts being denied a penalty.

Injury-hit FCB U14s paid the penalty for missed chances and lost 4-0 to Windsor, but the scoreline did not reflect the match with three goals coming in the last 10 minutes.

FCB U13s Colts beat Ascot United Eagles 3-1 with Leo Carter, Chris-Oliver Pratt and Louis Christophers on the scoresheet and William Partridge their man-of-the-match.

Bronte Read's hard work in training paid off with a goal for FCB U7s Whites against Eversley & California Raptors.

She was rewarded with the parents' player-of-the-week award, while the manager's choice was Finley Hockley.

FCB U7s Reds completed their league fixtures by playing Laurel Park and it was a particularly memorable one for top scorer Josh as he netted another four goals.

Also at U7s level, FCB took on Berks County and there was a brace of goals for both Frankie Steak-Holzman and Aiden Ncube, while Oliver Feasey scored an excellent individual goal which saw him named the parents' player-of-the-week.

Bracknell Town

Bracknell Town Robins Under 10s have ended their first season by lifting the Surrey Youth League's Euro Cup thanks to a 4-2 win over Farncombe Chargers.

The boys, who have been together for only six months, went a goal down, but were on level terms before half-time and went on to play their best football in the second half, linking some excellent moves from defence to attack.

Their goals came from Aron Peprah, Rudy Steinborn-Busse, Lucas Jacobs and Matteo Solinas.

Max Mullins netted all the goals as Bracknell Town U16s defeated Kingstonian Youth 3-0.

BTFC U13s beat Walton Casuals 7-0 to leave them seven points behind Premier Division leaders Badshot Lea with two games in hand.

The U11s defeated Epsom & Ewell Colts 3-0.

There was a hat-trick for Presley McClurg as BTFC U9s lost 10-5 to NPL Protons. Also on target were Harry Phillips and Omar Nashaat.

The U7s went down 9-3 to Sutton United 9-3 in their last game of the season, Ayden Archer (2) and Oliver Barden getting the goals.

Bracknell Athletic

Men-of-the-match Ted Bowers and Agustin Mancini put in tireless performances in midfield, but Bracknell Athletic Under 18s were edged out 1-0 by Rushmoor Panthers in their last game of the season.

Ascot United

AILSA Sheppard was on target for Ascot United Under 13 Sapphires, but they went down 3-1 to Meadow Sports.

The U15 Hornets thumped FC Holyport Hawks 7-2.

The U13 Raiders overcame Berks County Red Kites 1-0 thanks to an own goal, but the U13 Chargers were thumped 6-0 by Caversham AFC Foxes.

Ascot United U12 Racing battled to a 3-2 triumph against Spencers Wood Red Kites.