CHARLEE Martin scored four goals as FC Bracknell Under 12 Youth maintained their 100 per cent league record with a comfortable 14-1 win over Hearts of Teddlothian Hawks.

There were hat-tricks for Alex Di Cosola and Joseph Walker, with Billy Thorne (2), Archie Shadbolt and Jack Johnstone completing the scoring.

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FCB U14 Colts lost 3-1 to Cavaliers in a feisty game full of endeavour and incident at Locks Ride.

Missing leading scorer Dylan Veck due to a foot injury, FCB held their own until late on in the first half when a disputed free-kick on the edge of the box led to the opening goal.

FCB continued to push forward and got their reward with a penalty slotted home by Ethan Callaway.

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With skipper Freddie O'Shea, their man-of-the-match, driving them forward from midfield, Colts were in with a chance of upsetting the form book. However, Cavaliers regained the lead with a scrambled goal and then made the game safe by scoring a third from a free-kick.

FCB U15 Youth secured their first points of the season thanks to a 3-2 win over Spencers Wood, their goals coming from Kenny Wackrill, Nathan Collins and Connor Wignall, with Leo Saunders their stand-out performer.

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Harry Aspinall was FCB U15's player-of-the-match in their 5-0 defeat at the hands of the Bisham-based FAB FC.

They were only a goal down at half-time, but their depleted side suffered further injuries in the second half and conceded four more goals to very strong opponents.

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AN injury-hit 10-man Harts of Bracknell Stags side showed real character to share the spoils in a 3-3 draw with Camberley Youth Rovers.

Jacob Reed put the Stags in front against the run of play, but Camberley hit back to lead 2-1 at the break.

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The hosts moved further in front straight after the re-start, but a magnificent solo goal from Kamran Khan and a 25-yard screamer from Shaun Allan helped Harts hit back for a point.

Joshua Gaffney was named man-of-the-match after putting in a composed display at centre-back.

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The U18 Devils reached the quarter-finals of their Plate competition after beating Hawley Raiders 3-0 on penalties following a 2-2 draw.

Harvey Bird put Devils in front, but it took an Alfie Hill strike to force the game to spot-kicks.

Connor Knight, Owen Gigg and Hill then held their nerve to convert their penalties, and with man-of-the-match Jack Coleman proving impossible to pass between the sticks, Harts of Bracknell advanced to the last eight.

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Jayden Weeks was the star performer for the U11 Razors in their game with Pinewood.

SYDNEY Duffy claimed a wonderful hat-trick and Ella Davey, Seren Smith and Ella Steer were also on target for Ascot United Under 14 Sapphires as they beat Beckenham Town Junior Gold 6-3 in a cracker.

The U14 Raiders went down 6-4 to Caversham Trents Blues, and the U14 Emeralds were beaten 3-0 by Thatcham Town Blues.

The U15 Youth overcame Claygate Royals 1-0, but the U15 Royals were knocked out of the League Cup 3-2 to Laurel Park despite goals from Josh Andrews and Charlie Reuby.

Leon Proietti and Enzo Pierrat-Brichon netted for the U13 Royals in their 3-2 reverse against Windsor Youth Merlins Typhoons.

Ascot United Racing beat Woodley Saints Eagles 3-0.

The U12 Sapphires defeated Thatcham Tornadoes Amber 5-2, but the U14 Raiders lost 4-0 to Eldon Celtic Panthers.

FABIO Vitagliano and George Amoah Fetua were both on target as Bracknell Athletic shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw with Twickenham.

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Finley Beasley was their man-of-the-match, while Alex Bourne took the honours for the Hawks as they overcame Berks County Red Kites 5-2.

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MAN-OF-THE-MATCH Leo Pointon scored a brilliant hat-trick and Callum Knight, the excellent Tommy Spender and Joshua Linsdell also wrote their names on the scoresheet as Binfield Chargers Under 9s produced a superb performance against Maidenhead Diamonds.

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It was a physical encounter in tough conditions, but Chargers delivered an exceptional passing game and scored some fine goals.

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