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

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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.

Harefield United – Combined Counties League

Marcus Mealing – Relentless on the ball all game with two goals to show for it.

FT Harefield United 2-3 Ascot United (Mealing, Mealing, OG)

Langley – First Round Qualifying, Berks & Bucks Cup

Keaton August – Definition of an impact player with a goal, two assists and a menace down the wing for the Yellas.

FT Langley 2-3 Ascot (August, Tucker, Grant)

Marcus Mealing in action against Egham in the CCL Photo: Shooting Stars
Marcus Mealing in action against Egham in the CCL Photo: Shooting Stars

Wembley – Combined Counties League

Harry Tucker – A serious shift at the back against some hard fought opponents with an audacious 30 yard strike to go with it.

FT Wembley 1-2 Ascot United (Matthew, Tucker)

AEK Boco – FA Vase

Harry Grant – Positional awareness all game with an unmistakable forward drive and a hattrick to show for his fruits of labour.

FT Ascot United 0-1 AEK Boco (Matthew, Grant, Harris, Matthew, Grant, Matthew, Lalustani, Walters, Walters, Grant)

Harry Grant in CCL action against Egham Photo: Shooting Stars
Harry Grant in CCL action against Egham Photo: Shooting Stars

The ‘Player of the Month’ will be voted for by Ascot Supporter’s Group and revealed at the beginning of October.

Up the Yellas!

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