The visitors played some of their best hockey of the season in a dominant first half performance and raced into a 3-0 lead thanks to strikes from Marc Hignell, Dan Linders and Austin Greenlea, with star man James Penson a constant thorn in Bracknell’s side.
After the break, Aylesbury took their foot off the gas and ill-discipline from veterans Paul Gregory and Graham Thwaites, who were both sin binned, allowed Bracknell to pull a goal back.
Aylesbury managed to calm the nerves, though, and close out for a 3-1 win.
Following the Easter break, Aylesbury welcome Sonning to Halton in what will be a pivotal game for their season. With just two games to go, they know that four points from their last two will ensure they are crowned champions.
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Elsewhere, Aylesbury IIs welcomed Oxford to Halton and ran out 2-1 winners.
Goals from Andy McIntyre and Dave How gave Aylesbury all three points while the evergreen Mike Smith was awarded man of the match for a solid display.
The win left Aylesbury with a slim chance of promotion but they will require other teams to drop points around them in order to do so.
With a number of key players missing, Aylesbury IIIs lost 1-0 to Gerrards Cross.