There were celebrations across Berkshire as the newly formed Windsor FC won their first senior trophy with a 3-0 win over Reading Town at Chesham United in the Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy.
Category: What the papers say
A post on the Hellenic League unofficial fans forum this morning has announced that Woodley Town will groundshare at Reading Town’s Scours Lane from next season, for the next three years.
Shrivenham manager Sam Collier is planning to speak to his Highworth counterpart ahead of his side’s trip to Bracknell Town according to a report on www.hellenicleague.co.uk.
Breaking news today on thefa.com is that a Football Association committee have voted to allow 3G surfaces to be used in the FA Cup from the 2014/15 season.
The first Reading Senior Cup quarter-final took place last night as Henley Town emerged victorious at Highmoor-IBIS.
Michael Hector made his full-debut for Reading on Saturday at Brighton & Hove Albion following five years out on loan at eleven clubs, including Bracknell Town in 2009.
Sport England has announced it will provide a £5m flood relief to grassroots sports facilities damaged by the recent bad weather.
It is with great sadness that we pass on the news that Shrivenham’s manager Dave Turner passed away this morning according to a report on www.swindonadvertiser.co.uk.
Binfield have added striker Liam MacDevitt to their squad following the loss of Adam Cornell to Marlow according to the Bracknell Times.
In a bizarre sequence of events yesterday, Reading Town chairman Roland Ford revealed himself to be very much alive and well according to an article on the getreading website.