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Wokingham & Emmbrook boss Wayne Wanklyn believes his side’s tough promotion run in is a positive thing for the team, and has challenged his players to keep taking points off the teams around them.
Gareth Cox is the red-hot favorite to be named as the new Bracknell Bees coach following the departure of former player/coach Claude Dumas.
Bracknell forwards coach Greg Anstead believes his side failed to do themselves justice in Jersey on Saturday, as the National 3 London & South East champions finished their season with a flourish.
Finchampstead manager Neil White will step down at the end of the season, but believes he has left his succesor a much stronger squad than the one he inherited.
Terry Miles has put pen to paper for a second season at Bracknell Bees, and immediately pledged his support to new coach Gareth Cox.
The 2009/10 season has been an epic one for Broadmoor, with the club ending its four-year tenure in the Berks, Bucks and Oxon Premier Division by winning the league title.
Broadmoor head coach Adrian Price believes a win at Lily Hill on Sunday would be the icing on the cake to what has been a phenomenal season for the Crowthorne club.
Bracknell Bees captain Terry Miles has revealed that the club’s capture of Michal Pinc and Jaroslav Cesky for a second season was a major decision in himself re-signing at the Hive.
Jay Tabb believes it will be unfair on Sheffield Wednesday, Crystal Palace and Scunthorpe United if Reading produce a half-hearted display at Vicarage Road tomorrow.
New Bracknell Town joint-manager Steve McClurg admits he found the lure of a return to Larges Lane too much to resist, and the job offer was enough to force him out of retirement.