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Brian McDermott paid tribute to the never-say-die attitude of his players after a late goal saved Reading from a frustrating night against 10 men.
Bracknell RFC forwards coach Greg Anstead, although disappointed by his team’s virtually guaranteed failure to make the National 3 London & South East promotion play-off, admits the club has still over-achieved this season.
Despite two surprise victories for rivals Swindon Wildcats last weekend, Bracknell Bees player/coach Claude Dumas is still confident that his side are in the driving seat for the final EPIHL play-off spot.
Wokingham & Emmbrook manager Wayne Wanklyn insists that Thame United are welcome to the Hellenic Division 1 East title, just as long as his side still gain promotion.
Bees Ice Management Ltd (BIML), the company established by Stuart Robinson and Katie Eleftheriou to run Bracknell Bees, have insisted that failure to qualify for the EPIHL play-offs will not put the club’s future in further jeopardy.
Bracknell are poised to retain the Berkshire Cup after securing a final spot against Broadmoor with defeat of Redingensians on Tuesday night.
Bracknell Bees netminder Carl Ambler is relishing the pressure of this weekend’s crunch matches as the team look to secure an EPIHL play-off spot.
Claude Dumas believes Bracknell Bees’ star forward pairing of Jaroslav Cesky and Michal Pinc could well return to the club next season to right the wrongs of the 2009/10 campaign.
Claude Dumas was astounded by Swindon Wildcats’ end-of-season resurgence, and admits rather than his Bracknell Bees side throwing away their play-off chances, Swindon earned theirs with a series of stunning wins.
Jaroslav Cesky would be interested in taking over as player/coach at Bracknell Bees should boss Claude Dumas not return for a second season.