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Wokingham & Emmbrook swept aside 10-man Binfield to earn the bragging rights on Derby Day in Hellenic League Division One (East) and regain the Martin Joyce Memorial Trophy.
“There are probably half a dozen games a season where you have to dig in and scrap for the points, and this was certainly one of them,” said Wokingham manager Wayne Wanklyn after his side got back to winning ways at Launton.
For the second week running Wokingham & Emmbrook scored deep into injury time to snatch a point against a very ill-disiplined home side at Runnymeade Stadium.
‘Poor from start to finish,’ was how Wokingham & Emmbrook boss Wayne Wanklyn described his side’s performance as they just about scraped a point in the Wokingham derby at the weekend.
Wokingham dropped to fourth in the league after losing to a late Newbury goal at Cantley Park on Saturday.
Manager Wayne Wanklyn’s priorities were there for all to see when naming the side to face Westwood Utd in the Berks & Bucks Intermediate Cup at Cantley Park on Saturday.
Wokingham & Emmbrook manager Wayne Wanklyn says that his team, after weeks spent in the top two of Hellenic Division 1 East, are now starting to believe they can achieve promotion.
An injury affected Wokingham and Emmbrook side kicked off their Hellenic Division 1 East season in style, with maximum points against a good Bisley side last Tuesday.
Wokingham & Emmbrook stormed to the top of the Hellenic Division 1 East at Rayners Lane on Saturday, playing an hour with just 10 men to record a stunning win.
Wokingham & Emmbrook manager Wayne Wanklyn insists that his side must start brighter in games if they are to stand any chance of maintaining their form.