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The 2010/11 Hellenic Premier Division season will be a whole new ball game for the players, managers, officials and fans of the area’s leading non-league clubs.
Last season really couldn’t have got much worse for Bracknell Town.
The fact that just one player chose to leave Binfield in favour of Bracknell Town when old boss Steve McClurg took over at Larges Lane shows just how highly the current crop regard the club.
Of all the local club’s in this season’s Premier Division, few can argue against Ascot being the one in the healthiest position.
Once the top dogs in local football, Wokingham’s fall from grace in the past seven years has been meteoric.
Bracknell Bees coach Gareth Cox faces a tough decision this week as to whether to sign anymore players to his already sizable squad.
Sandhurst Town came through a difficult game at home to Guildford City on Tuesday night with their unbeaten Combined Counties Premier Division record still intact.
Binfield journey to Hellenic Premier Division favourites Shortwood United on Saturday confident that they can dent the Gloucestershire side’s title ambitions early in the season.
Bracknell Town boss Steve McClurg is not surprised by the bright start his new look team have made to life in the Hellenic Premier Division, and expects them to continue to improve as the season progresses.
Anyone who has spent the weekend at Reading Festival knows the feeling.