FC Bracknell Under 12s defeated Sandhurst Royals 11-0, with eight goals coming in the second half.

Archie Shadbolt led the scoring with four goals, the others coming from Alessandro Di Casola (2), Billy Thorne, James Thorne, Daniel Pring, Jack Johnstone and Joseph Walker.

In defence, there was good work by Oscar Coakley, Harley White, Aidan Fry and Freddie Mills, while Henry Quinlan was voted man-of-the-match.

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An end-to-end game saw FCB U13 Youth edge home 3-2 against Barton Rovers with Kwasi Oppong, Logan Biggers and Ryan Priestley on target. Their player-of-the match was Riley Morgan.

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FCB U13 Colts lost 2-1 at Finchampstead, all three goals coming in the second period. Amine Chihaoua put Bracknell ahead, but the hosts hit back with two excellent goals. FCB's top player was Gabriel Willett.

The U14 Colts had an off day and were beaten 3-1 by a well-organised Woodley Saints Wolves in a game played in good spirit.

Chris Oliver-Pratt netted their goal, while Dom Wall produced a man-of-the-match performance in the FCB goal with captain Freddie O'Shea and Jack Partridge both defending well. Two goals in quick succession, one from a free-kick, secured a deserved win for Woodley.

FCB U15s teams' poor form continued with a 4-1 defeat away to Berks County.

The injury-hit U15 Youth were made to pay for missed chances when losing 2-0 to Rotherfield United, while the Colts went down 12-0 to Sandhurst Boys and Girls FC.

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They would have suffered an even bigger defeat had it not been for the brave efforts of keeper Rahul Gupta. There were also solid performances from Hali Antoni, Harry Benford and Joshua Payne.

FC Bracknell U16s defeated Finchampstead Wanderers 1-0, a team they had failed to beat on three occasions last season.

Their winner came on 17 minutes when Zack Clemence headed home after his shot had rebounded back off the crossbar.

With no substitutes they were left with 10 men in the second half when a player was forced off injured.

They came under a lot of pressure, but they stayed composed to keep Finch at bay.

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AN Alfie Budd double and a goal from Harry White helped Bracknell Athletic U16 Bombers edge out Ascot United Galaxy 3-2, Jonathan Moore the man-of-the-match for Bombers.

The U14 Hawks went down 4-0 against Camberley Town Robins, but the U15 Youth beat Henley Town 4-1.

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Tommi Balkham opened the scoring before a brace from Jordon Ramsden and a goal from man-of-the-match Charlie Luck sealed the win.

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The U14s were edged out 2-1 by Windsor Youth Eagles Jaguars despite captain Harry Cheale getting on the scoresheet.

ROBBIE Smith, Tom Stickels and Ben Payne got the goals as Ascot United Under 18 Royals drew 3-3 with AFC Charvil, while the U18 Allied side drew 1-1 with Bracknell Town.

The U16 Youth lost 2-0 to Leatherhead Juniors, but a Nathan Day strike and an own goal were enough for the U15 Royals to beat Hampton and Richmond Borough 2-1.

The U14 Raiders thrashed Reading Rangers JFC 7-0, but the U14 Youth went down 4-2 to Met Police Youth Blues despite goals from Sam Whitehead and Roman Romanczuk.

A Sydeny Duffy brace and goals from Rory Dean, Zoe Horsfield and Seren Smith helped the U14 Sapphires thrash Manorcroft JFC 5-0, but the U14 Chargers lost 1-0 to Purley Jubilee Lions.

Ailsa Sheppard, Mia Bradley and Ella Davey got the goals as the U14 Emeralds beat Laurel Park Starz 3-1.

Enzo Pierrat-Brichon scored four times and Sam Vlatas got the other as the U13 Royals won a nine-goal thriller 5-4 against Windsor Youth Merlins Vulcans.

Ascot United U13 Racing lost 2-1 to Windsor Youth Merlins Typhoons, and the U13 Sapphires were edged out 4-3 by Maidenhead in a seven-goal thriller.

The U12 Sapphires thrashed Thatcham Tornadoes Amber 8-2.

OWEN Gigg, Alfie Hill and Harvey Bird were all on the scoresheet as Harts of Bracknell Under 18s beat Wokingham & Emmbrook Rangers 3-1.

Debutant goalkeeper Adam Prince was man-of-the-match for Harts.

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A great goal apiece from wingers Curtis Mcwilliam and Charlie Wooden could not save the Stags from a 9-2 mauling at Eversley & California.

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