FC BRACKNELL rounded off a highly successful season with a well-attended presentation day held at Garth Hill College's sixth form centre.

The chief guest was Keith Thomas, one of the club's founders in 1977 who is now chairman of the Bracknell Town & District Sunday League, and he assisted managers in handing out medals.

He was delighted to hear FCB now offer Saturday morning football to more than 250 children, with teams playing in the East Berks Football Alliance.

Among the many recipients were U14s Youth keeper Jack Leigh, who earned the Golden Gloves award by keeping clean sheets in 11 league games, and Callum Cobb, who won the Golden Boot after netting more than 40 league goals.

The U7s Whites won the best 5v5 team trophy, U9s Arrows collected the 7v7 award, U12s Youth took the 8v8 prize and U14s Youths were the 11v11 winners.