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Abbey take on Maidenhead at Rosehill tomorrow, needing a win to keep clear of the South West 1 East drop zone.
London Irish coach Toby Booth admits he is still unsure about where goal-kicking star Tom Homer fits best into London Irish’s team.
Redingensians take on Barnstaple at the Old Bath Road ground tomorrow (3pm), seeking their highest ever league finish.
Reading welcome South West 1 East basement club Wimborne to Sonning Lane for the first time tomorrow.
Winning ugly has been key to transforming Reading’s season from mid-table mediocrity to promotion candidates according to Shane Long.
Bracknell Bees owners Stuart Robinson and Katie Eleftheriou have expressed their bitter disappointment at some elements of last season’s squad, and have suggested that wholesale changes may have to be made for the 2011/12 campaign.
For the second season running, Binfield bowed out of the AM Print and Copy Hellenic Floodlit Cup at the semi-final stage, losing to a vibrant Holyport side 3-2.
Despite manager Mark Tallentire being forced to make a couple of changes, the Moles still looked like they would have enough talent available.
Jake Taylor scored twice and Adam Federici completed 90 minutes on his return to fitness as Reading reserves beat Northampton Town reserves 5-0 at Hogwood today.
Gareth Cox will stay on as head coach of Bracknell Bees next year, should owners Stuart Robinson and Katie Eleftheriou remain at the helm.