BRACKNELL Town U12s' highly successful team pulled off an outstanding double last weekend to add to two league titles successes.

On Saturday, they beat Stourbridge 4-0 at St George's Park in Sheffield to become the Junior Premier League's national champions, with Milo Swanton bagging a hat-trick and Nathan Bond adding the other goal.

Then on Sunday, they lifted the Berks & Bucks U12s Cup with another 4-0 victory, this time against Windsor Merlins Jaguars at Flackwell Heath thanks to goals from Swanton, Bond, Markus Reisi and Josh McMahon.

The young Robins had won the Surrey Premier League title in very impressive style with 17 wins and a draw from 18 matches, leaving them nine points clear of runners-up Leatherhead.

The side coached by Bob Ryan, are also Junior Premier League Southern Elite champions, having won nine of their 10 games and finishing off the season with a 9-2 hammering of the West Ham United-based Whuf Performance Squad.

During the season, Bracknell were invited to play games at the Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur training grounds, while they also played three games against Reading Academy sides.

They also won a junior category at the Pride of Bracknell awards.

Bracknell are now holding trials for next season's U12s squad at Larges Lane each Tuesday and Thursday, starting at 6.30pm. For more details contact

FC BRACKNELL U14s won their age group at the Binfield FC tournament last weekend after keeper Josh Barefoot had conceded only three goals during the day.

The team was completed by Ben Clarke, Harry Aspinall, Archie Johnstone, James Gillard, Thomas Blume, James Harlock and Oliver Clarke.

At the same well-organised event, FCB U7s Whites topped their group by scoring 15 goals while keeping a clean sheet.

FCB U8s Blues had a mixed bag of results, but still came away with medals.

FCB U7s Reds organised an inter-club friendly to give them the opportunity to introduce three new players and there were goals for Ben Staines (3), Vinny Breeds (2), Jay Brown, Mason Blackman and Zabi Parker-Sillito.

l ISAK Flo blasted a brilliant hat-trick and Harry Jones (2), George Arden, Tom Philpot, Daniel Martin-Cenzano and Ed Sadler were also on target as Ascot United Under 18 Aces hammered Frimley 9-2.

Josh Smith and Callum Kinner netted for the U15 Youth in their 2-0 win against Claygate Swans, while the U13 Sapphires lost 4-2 to Alton Youth FC All Stars despite goals from Seren Smith and Ailsa Sheppard.

Ascot United U12s won the Berks & Bucks U12s (Sunday) Cup last weekend by beating Didcot Town Youth 4-0 in the final, their goals coming from Aaron Chokar, with a brace, Emil Muraslav and Louis Pask.