A STUNNING Jamie Mescall hat-trick, doubles from Harry Bagguley and Freddie Grigg, a Hari Stanley strike and an own goal gave Ascot United Under 12s Raiders a fine 9-4 win against Barton Rovers Raiders, while the U12 Youth drew 1-1 with Sutton United.

Charlie Skinner and Oscar Holden were on target for the U18 Royals, but they lost 8-2 to Windsor Mudlarks Yellows.

The U18 Allied side were beaten 3-1 by Thatcham Town, but four goals from Franz Meyer and a Thomas Madden strike fired the U16 Royals to a 5-2 win against Maidenhead Magpies.

Ascot U16 Aces lost an 11-goal thriller 6-5 to Sandhurst Town, but man-of-the-match Taylor Arnold, Dan Houten and Ben Martire all got on the scoresheet as the U15 Eagles secured a 4-3 success against Curley Park Rangers Lions.

The U15 Youth lost 3-0 to Corinthian Casuals, the U14 Galaxy annihilated Berks County Pumas 16-0, while Josh Smith and Samm Daniel both bagged braces in the U14 Youth’s 4-3 triumph against Leatherhead.

Ascot United U14 Hornets were beaten 5-3 by FC Holyport Hawks.

  • WOKINGHAM & Emmbrook have relocated their Football FUN programme – for boys and girls aged 4-6 – to the new 3G facilities at the Floreat Montague School in William Heelas Way, Wokingham.

The programme – attended by more than 3,000 children since 2014 – is the first step in the clubs “Player Pathway”, and runs every Sunday morning during school term time.

The sessions are run based on three age groups to aid development – the young four-year-olds, Reception and the Year 1’s under the guidance of club volunteer coaches, all of whom are FA qualified to a minimum of Level One.

Sessions are £4 per player and the club operates a pay and play policy so there is no need to book or reserve a place.

Registration is from 9am and 75 minutes of Football FUN begins at 9.30am.

  • FC BRACKNELL are celebrating their 40th anniversary with a visit to Reading FC on Saturday.

Almost 400 players, parents and coaches will be at the Madejski Stadium to watch the Championship match against Middlesbrough.

The club, who will be paying for the players and coaches to attend, boasts 19 age-group boys and girls teams,starting with a U5 soccer school up to U14s.

The teams play in the East Berkshire and the North East Hampshire youth leagues.