Men’s First Team ‘Player of the Match’ nominations in August

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Jamie Tompkins’ side have set things in motion for the 2022/23 season with six games played and five victories secured. A comprehensive start to the Combined Counties League campaign alongside an early exit from the FA Cup and a convincing FA Vase performance to send the squad through to the Second Round Qualifying of the competition. Here’s your rundown of who was awarded ‘Player of the Match’ in each game ahead of the ‘Player of the Month’ announcement.

Cribbs FC – Emirates FA Cup Extra-Preliminary Round

Usman Lalustani – A commanding performance down the wing with a goal to match.

FT Ascot 2-1 Cribbs FC (Lalustani, Matthew)

Windsor FC – Combined Counties League

Brendan Matthew – A decisive performance from the forward to secure a hattrick.

Brendan Matthew in action
Brendan Matthew in action

FT Windsor 1-5 Ascot (Matthew, Matthew, Lalustani, Welch, Matthew)

North Greenford United – Combined Counties League

Keaton August – all the impact from the game changer who nabbed an assist and a goal in the final ten minutes of the game.

FT Ascot 2-1 North Greenford (Laflin, August)

Egham Town FC – Combined Counties League

Ollie Harris – an outrageous well struck freekick to secure the victory for the Yellas.

FT Egham 0-1 Ascot (Harris)

Ollie Harris in FA Cup action against Cribbs FC
Ollie Harris in FA Cup action against Cribbs FC

Long Crendon FC – Emirates FA Vase First Round Qualifying

Ollie Harris – A race of sorts to the hattrick in this game with Harris just pipping Mealing to the third, with assists coming from the strike duo.

FT Long Crendon 1-5 Ascot (Mealing, Harris, Mealing, Harris, Harris)

The ‘Player of the Month’ will be decided by Ascot Supporter’s Group.

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