FC Bracknell Under 12 Youth inflicted a 6-0 defeat on Eversley & California Pumas with goals from Alex di Cosola, Charlee Martin, Daniel Pring, Joseph Walker, Jack Johnstone and Alfie Daines.

Involved in two goal-line clearances, the defence of James Thorne, Oscar Coakley, Freddie Mills and Henry Quinlan achieved their fifth clean sheet of the season.

A late goal from Amine Chihaoua earned the U13 Colts a 4-3 win at Burghfield. Trailing 1-0 at half-time, FCB equalised through Sammy Lynch, only to fall behind again. Tommy Fraser equalised, but a penalty saw the hosts in front for the third time. FCB dug in and Lewis Hunt headed in a cross to make it 3-3 and then, with minutes to go, Chihaoua popped up with the winner.

The U15 Colts picked up an excellent 5-1 win over Caversham AFC Coyotes.

FCB took the lead through Vincent Nyame in the first 20 seconds thanks to quick thinking from striker Chris Oliver-Pratt, and he then made it 2-0 with Ethan Callaway adding the third.

After Caversham had pulled a goal back and keeper Dom Wall had made a fine save, Hayden Mills netted FCB's fourth with Callaway adding the fifth, his fourth goal in three games.

It was a great team performance with the non-stop Quinn Gow being named man-of-the-match.

Oliver Clarke bagged a hat-trick as FCB U15 came from a goal down to win 3-1 at Wokingham & Emmbrook. The pick of his goals was the second as it followed a delightful string of one-touch passes before Ben Clarke delivered a great ball to the far post for Clarke to finish off.

An Oliver Cannon brace and a last-minute strike from Kenny Wackrill earned the U15 Youth a 3-2 win over Wargrave Wolves 3-2, with Sammy Knapp their player-of-the-match.

The U15 Colts lost 7-0 to a strong Eversley & California team with Harry Carter being named FCB's man-of-the-match.

CHARLIE Reuby bagged a brace and Dan Fullard and Johnny Woodley also hit the back of the net as Ascot United Under 15 Royals beat Ashridge Park 4-2, while the U18 Allied side enjoyed a comfortable 3-0 victory against Abbey Rangers.

The U14 Chargers were edged out 4-3 in a seven-goal thriller by Pinewood Panthers, but the U14 Raiders managed to overcome Winnersh Rangers Dragons 3-2.

An Arvind Mahil double, a Enzo Pierrat-Brichon strike and an own goal helped the U13 Royals squeeze past Hearts of Teddlothian Lions 4-3, but Ascot United U13 Racing were thumped 6-1 by Pinewood Pumas.

The U12 Sapphires crushed Laurel Park 7-0.

ELBIE Churchill showcased some brilliant passing, strong tackling and scored an excellent goal to be named the stand-out performer for Binfield Under 9 Chargers in their game with Ascot United Racing.

Jake Nickols was also strong on the ball and drove the team forward.

BRACKNELL Athletic Under 10s have been picked to represent the town in the Aces Nationals competition in Nottingham in June.

Club founder, Chris Lancaster, praised the side – which was formed by Adam Hopkins earlier this year – and said: "The U10 team had a fantastic season, playing some very attractive football and dominating teams in their age group.

"They have gone from strength to strength and this recognition is what they deserve.

"Going to the Aces Nationals is a great opportunity and it will give these boys a memory no-one can take away. It goes to show the hard work and dedication the boys have put in has paid off. The boys have earned this, and their coach and parents are so proud of them."

Goals from Tommi Falkham, Fabio Vitagliano and two from man-of-the-match Jordon Ramsden guided Bracknell Athletic U15s to a comfortable 4-1 success against Windsor.

Nathan Spiaola smashed in a double-hat-trick as the U14s brushed aside Reading 9-0, Stephen Quartey also bagging a brace and Ellis Bradshaw with the other goal.

Ashley Matambanadzo was named player-of-the-match, while Jade Tolley took the honours for the U10 Rockettes against Goring Robins, Poppy O'Reilly hitting the back of the net.

Kyle Tsapayi starred for the U9s against Twickenham Tigers.