Club favourite Liam Day is joining Tally to take a role with the 1st Team for the 2017/18 season and we are delighted to announce that Andy Findlay and Rob Creech are taking over the helm with the reserves.
“I am absolutely delighted that at last Rob Creech and I can announce that we were asked to attend an interview last Saturday at one of my former clubs, BRACKNELL TOWN.
We were asked to take on the role of Reserve Team management with our objective to produce future first team players, the role however involves working with an Elite Squad of approximately 40 players. All players will be given equal rights to be selected for the first team, we will Manage the match day activities of the Reserve Team in the Suburban League.
This job at my former club we believe to be a fantastic opportunity for ourselves and we were blown away by the ambition and vision of the Chairman Kayne and Mark the first team manager along with the top class coach that we know, Geoff Warner and the rest of the clubs staff.
With a brand new 3G Pitch along with superb changing rooms, bar areas, new gym, stands etc and amazing plans for the future this is certainly a great club to be involved with.
So our work starts now, we are looking for players 18 plus that are Hellenic Premier League and above quality, younger players will be developed by us with regular coaching sessions, exciting times ahead more details to follow, trial days to be announced.”
Bracknell Town FC 2 v Highworth Town 0
The Robins lifted the Bluefin Sport Hellenic League Challenge Cup on Bank Holiday Monday at Abingdon United with a 2-0 win over Highworth Town.
A goalless first half that saw the Robins have two penalty appeals dismissed gave way to a second half double from Bracknell’s top scorers Adam Cornell and former Highworth striker TJ Bohane.
Cornell had the biggest shout for a penalty in the first half while Chris Grace was kept busy throughout a game that was far from one sided.
Minutes in to the second period it was Kensley Maloney who slotted in the Robins forward to open the scoring while Bohane scored to put the match and Bracknell Town out of reach on 56 minutes.
It is our second trophy of the season after over two decades without silverware and the possibility of a hat-trick with the Reading Senior Cup up for grabs.
Bracknell Town FC 5 v Headington Amateurs 1
Bracknell Town faced Headington Amateurs on the 20th April in the semi final of the Bluefin Sports Hellenic Cup at Larges Lane despite being drawn as the away team.
Bracknell Town won the toss and kicked off wearing their dark blue away kit.
It was a slow start for each side until a nicely placed ball was played through headingtons defence leaving Adam Cornell to expertly dink it over the onrushing keeper making it 1 nil to the Robins.
The first half was fairly even until the 45th minute when Bracknell Town got a free kick 35 yards out, leaving Terence Bohane to do what he does best with an unstoppable thunderbolt of a free kick to the top left corner, leaving the keeper with no chance.
A few minutes into 1st half stoppage time The Robins got a 3rd from a beautifully swung in cross by their impressive left back, John Gray, to find the head of the main man Adam Cornell who buried his header.
Going into the break Bracknell are sure to feel pleased as they lead three goals to nil.
It’s kick off in the second half with Headington Amateurs trying to get themselves back in the game.
In this half Headington Amateurs are certainly giving Bracknell’s defence a run around with long balls over the top, a few of which they nearly capitalised on.
It wasn’t until the 80th minute though that a 4th goal came, unsurprisingly it was Bracknell Town, who caught Headington Amateurs on the break as sub Ian Davies coolly slots it past the keeper into the bottom right of the goal.
Headington Amateurs 0-4 Bracknell Town.
Finally in the 87th minute Headington managed to score a consolation, surprisingly it was scored by their goalkeeper who was swapped out of goal with Headington’s no.10 just a few minutes earlier.
It wasn’t over yet though as Bracknell Towns no.10, Terence Bohane, rounds the keeper in the 90th minute leaving Bracknell Town getting to the final with a comprehensive win of five goals to one, leaving them with plenty of confidence for the final against Highworth on Monday the 1st of May.
Up the Robins!!
Report by Michael B
THE ROBINS LIFT THE SENIOR TROPHY
After the last day disappointment in the league where Highworth Town spoiled the party and Henley Town rolled over and allowed Thame to pile in the goals they needed to put pressure on The Robins the team bounced back in style and brought silverware back to the Lane. Victory in the Senior County Cup Trophy was just rewards for an excellent season where the whole squad and management team have worked tirelessly for the past 9 months.
It’s not over yet as we are still in two more cup competitions and a chance to add to the trophy cabinet.
|1 Thame United||26||6||2||84|
|2 Bracknell Town||26||3||5||81|
|3 Flackwell Heath||23||4||7||73|
Bracknell Town Football Club founded in 1896 and now in 2016/17 we have began a new era with the biggest change in our clubs history. Larges Lane home of BTFC since the 1930’s has seen a major upgrade with the installation of the latest state-of-the-art 3g pitch, new clubhouse and changing facilities. In keeping with this total modernisation we have rebranded our clubs logo.
We have come a long way since the project started and all the efforts have been worthwhile. The 3G pitch is now fully approved and our teams from the Mens 1st Team, Ladies though to our youth teams have all had the opportunity to enjoy their new facility.
Work is still on going to complete the club house and we are moving rapidly in to Phase 2 of the development. If you have not had the chance to see our progress in person, please pop down to The Lane. Keep an eye out for the fixtures.