Chalfont St Peter v Ascot United preview


Marcus Mealing and Harry Tucker celebrate scoring. Photo: Shooting Stars

Ascot United will travel to Chalfont St Peter, at Mill Meadow, on Tuesday 28th of March in another instalment of the Combined Counties Premier Division North with an 7:45pm kick off.

Ascot currently sit first in the table having won twenty four in twenty nine with threedraws and two losses to the Yellas name. Meanwhile, Chalfont St Peter, who the Yellas are yet to face this season, find themselves in seventeeth with seven wins, seven draws and eighteen losses. The Yellas have a game in hand over the hosts.

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Elsewhere, Reading City host Flackwell Heath, Holyport are on the road to Harefield United, Edgware & Kingsbury are at home to Oxhey Jets and Wembley welcome Broadfields United.

We’d like to take this opportunity to say a huge thank you to all those who attended our bumper weekend of football last weekend (Friday 24th-Sunday 26th March), the Racecourse played host to Berks & Bucks U18 Bill Gosling Cup final between Didcot Town and Beaconsfield Town with Beaconsfield securing the title after penalties. The Men’s First Team ran out a 2-2 draw with Wembley on Non League Day and we welcomed girls from the Gems section of the Girl’s Development Centre as mascots on Sunday for Women & Girl’s Day. The Women’s First Team hosted Winchester City Flyers in their last league game of the season signing off the a 1-0 victory and runners up in the SRWFL, their best Tier 5 finish to date.

We’d also like to wish our U12 Crystals a massive congratulations on winning the Berks & Bucks Girls U12 Cup on Saturday, 2-2 at full time took them to a nail-biting series of penalties and they came out victorious!

Up the Yellas!




Yellamen in dreamland after beating Newport Pagnell Town Kai Walters wrote his name into Ascot United folklore after his 80th-minute header won the Isuzu FA

Ascot United Win FA Vase

Kai signs off with golden gift Ascot United won the Isuzu FA Vase at Wembley on Sunday, rounding of a memorable season by beating Newport