Ascot United v North Greenford United preview & programme

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CCL Premier Division North trophy lift (Photo - Shooting Stars Photography)

Ascot United will welcome North Greenford United to The Racecourse on Saturday 29th of April in the semi-final of the Cherry Red Records Premier Challenge Cup with a 3:45pm kick off to sign off their last home appearance of the 2022/23 season.

The Yellas put in a devastating performance against London Lions in the Quarterfinals of the cup with goals from Marcus Mealing, a brace from Usman Lalustani and Brendan Matthew to make it a 4-1 victory.

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North Greenford United matched the Yellas in the Quarterfinal tie when they faced Abbey Rangers away with it ending 1-4 to the Blues when the whistle was blown.

Elsewhere, Holyport welcome Flackwell Heath to Summerleaze in the other semi-final of the cup. Whilst in the league, Wallingford & Crowmarsh welcome Hilltop and Spelthorne Sports are on the road to Wembley.

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We’d like to take this opportunity to say an enormous THANK YOU to Neal Jeffs for his dedication to editing & producing all our programmes this season, lots of hours go into showcasing the team, our sponsors and those visiting the Racecourse and Jeffsy does a sterling job!

Congratulations to Bjorn Dunkley, who has been nominated for one of just 500 Coronation Champion Awards for the volunteering efforts at Ascot United. We’re proud and lucky to have you, Bjorn!

The Yellas are going to Wembley! Tickets are now on sale for our Isuzu FA Vase on Sunday 21st May and we’d love you to be there to fill the Yellawall in the East Stand. We also have coach travel options available PLUS get your hands on a replica shirt.

Up the Yellas!

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