FC Bracknell Under 15s got their season off to a good start by dispatching Windsor Galaxy 4-1 after going a goal down.

Ollie Clarke, with a brace, Ben Clarke and Kyle Bushler were on target, all their goals coming in the second half. Balvinder Birchall was voted their player-of-the-match.

The U15s Youth, who have moved up two divisions, lost 2-0 to Old Windsor Tigers, while the U15s Colts, also up a division, went down 7-0 to Laurel Park Hurricanes despite a hard-working performance.

FCB U13s Colts won 3-2 at Windsor thanks to goals from Shaan Aggarwal, Aria Ramesh Yaqubzada and Taylor Head.

Vincent McBride-Brookes netted four goals and there was a hat-trick for Tyler Williams as the U12s Colts inflicted a 9-2 defeat on Windsor Swifts Youth Whites, the other goals coming from Harry Hussey and Aaron Gunnick, Lucas Benson earning the man-of-the-match prize.

Daniel Pring and Archie Shadbolt both scored hat-tricks as the U12s Youth got their first competitive season up and running with a 9-1 victory over West Byfleet Scorpion Yellows. Alex Di Cosola, Charlee Martin and James Thorne completed the scoring with Pring voted man-of-the-match.

At U10s level, the Bullets lost to Darby Green in a friendly with Matty Godsmark their man-of-the-match, while the newly-formed Arrows put up a good show against Hearts of Teddlothian Tigers.

The U9s Arrows, moving up to the B League into seven-a-side football, were involved in an end-to-end game which produced a total of 11 goals. Their award winners were Freddie Devine, the choice of the coaches, and parents' pick Lauren Cobb.

FCB U8s Whites scored in the first minute of their game against Berks Elite Silver and went on to dominate the match with Oliver Topi netting a hat-trick. Berks Elite didn’t give up and managed to score from a free-kick. The coach was delighted with his whole team, while the parents were impressed by Topi's goals and hard work.

Playing against Hearts of Teddlothian Pumas, FCB U8s Blues put in a determined performance which saw Ollie Feasey get on the scoresheet and keeper Ethan Fisher make several good saves, including one from a penalty.

FCB's new U8s Yellows team kicked off their first season at Farley Wood, where William Atchinson earned the coaches' best player award with Ethan Ellies getting the parents' award.

Joshua Panter scooped the man-of-the-match award after scoring his first league goal for the new U7s Blues side.

HARTS of Bracknell Devils Under 18s won a thrilling game 5-4 at Whitegrove and Warfield Hunters.

The hosts went in front before goals from Owen Gigg and Kumbi Benyera helped Devils lead 2-1 at the break.

Gigg made it 3-1 before Whitegrove levelled matters, and Felix Pitt's effort was then cancelled out to make it 4-4.

However, Gigg grabbed his fourth of the game to snatch victory on a day when Kumbi Benyera was named man-of-the-match.

The U18 Stags went down 2-0 at Ashridge Park Royals, while Oliver Hindley, Harry Little and Vinnie Saunders scored for the U9 Blades against Charvil.

Lucas Kent was the stand-out performer.

OLIVER Hallas scored four times as Ascot United Under 13 Royals hammered Berks County Raptors 11-1.

Arvind Mahil and Enzo Pierrat-Brichon both bagged braces, with the other goals coming courtesy of Sam Vlatas, Ben Lovell and Tom Brouwers.

Man-of-the-match Harry Chambers scored for Ascot United U18 Racing, but they went down 4-1 to Winnersh Rangers Titans.

The U18 Royals lost 1-0 to IPRO Football, while goals from William Mabukwa and Nat Woolaghan were not enough to prevent the U16 Youth from losing 3-2 to Goldsworth Park Rangers.

Jamie Leese bagged a brace and Thomas Lavery, Hamish Reid, DJ Jensen, Matt Hemsley and Beau Montgomery were among the other goalscorers as the U15 Aces crushed Windsor Youth Hawks Comets 8-0.

The U14 Youth were thumped 8-0 by Esher Wizards Whites, but the U14 Diamonds overcame Sutton United Girls 3-1.

The U14 Chargers beat Winnersh Rangers Dragons 2-0, but the U14 Raiders went down 6-2 to Barton Rovers Rebels despite goals from Jamie Mescall and James Dunbar-Newman.

Ascot United U9 Racing shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw with Whitegrove and Warfield Piranhas.

A Jake Ren hat-trick, two own goals and a Ciaran Brogan effort were not enough for the U8 Spartans as they lost 8-6 to Meadow Sports Youth.