Bracknell Town face crunch gameBy Matthew Sadler
April 24, 2009
Bracknell Town must at least equal Winchester City’s result tomorrow when they visit Cinderford Town if they are to secure their place in British Gas South & West Division 1 next season.
Byron Walton’s side are out of the relegation zone on goal difference, but if results go against them then they could still finish bottom of the league.
Second bottom Winchester, who are four goals worse off, visit second-placed Windsor & Eton, while current basement side Taunton Town, who lie two points behind Bracknell, host Burnham.
Ascot United complete their successful Hellenic Division 1 East campaign with a trip to Binfield.
United clinched promotion to the Premier Division on Tuesday with a 2-1 win over Wokingham & Emmbrook.
But the celebration was tempered by the news that striker Sam McIntyre fractured his shoulder and will miss the game against the Moles.
McIntyre joins top scorer Jon Bennett and Richard Mills on the sidelines as Ascot face a severe striker shortage.
Fourth-placed Wokingham & Emmbrook finish their league season by welcoming Penn & Tylers Green to Cantley Park.
Emmbrook are without a win in three, a run which ended any hope of promotion.
The game will be the Satsumas’ last before their Reading Evening Post Senior Cup final against Woodley on Thursday May 14 at Madejski Stadium (7pm kick-off).
Finchampstead travel to South Kilburn at the start of a run of three away games in four days.
Finch also visit Binfield on Monday and Penn & Tylers Green on Wednesday.
Sandhurst Town host Egham Town in the Combined Counties Premier Division.