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Welcome

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From The Manager

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Thornbury History

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Thornbury Profiles

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Visitor's History

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Visitor's Profiles

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19/20 Fixtures

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18/19 Stats

18 Reserves 20

A Team

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Guest Article

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Match Reports

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Sin-Bin Information

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Hellenic League

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Fixtures & Results

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WELCOME

TO THE MUNDY PLAYING FIELDS HOME OF THORNBURY TOWN FC The Committee, Managers, Players and all involved with “Thornbury Town FC� extend a very warm welcome to you and thank you for visiting us today, we do hope that your visit is an enjoyable one. As a club we pride ourself on our total hospitality and our catering / bar facilities are open before, during and after every 1st and Reserve Team match for you to relax and enjoy. A number of our management committee and others are always on hand during your visit should you require any help or general assistance. Once again please enjoy your visit to our club and we hope to welcome you back on a more regular basis in the near future. Pete Webber, Chairman

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THORNBURY TOWN F.C. Club Officials President

P Wisbey

Vice Presidents P Sice R Hynam R Stevenson M Carr A Hawkins T Payton

Members of: Uhlsport Hellenic Football League, Bristol & District Football League, Avon Youth League, Bristol Girls League & Hanham Minor League Affiliated to the Gloucestershire Football Association

Club Honours HELLENIC LEAGUE SUPPLEMENTARY CUP Winners 2018-19 GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNTY LEAGUE Winners 2009-10, 2017-18 LES JAMES CUP Winners 2014-15, 2017-18 Runners-Up 2010-11

Chairman

Pete Webber

Vice Chairman

Graham Smith

Treasurer

Andy Shutler

BRISTOL PREMIER COMBINATION Premier Division Champions: 1956-57,2001-02 Div 2 Champions: 1965-66

Secretaries

Mike Pengelly (Senior) Pam Howard (Junior)

BRISTOL & DISTRICT LEAGUE Div 3 Champions: 1949-50

Fixture Secretary

Malcolm Carr

Media

Tom Shorey

1st XI Manager Assistant Physio

Jason Rees Gary Kemp Malcolm Carr

STROUD CHARITY CUP Harry Greening Memorial Trophy Winners: 2003-2004 (1st XI) Section A Cup Winners: 1985-86 (1st XI)

Reserves Manager

Jake Shutler

A Team Manager

James Smele

Life Members R Worsley J Hucker D Wiffill G Jasper M Wheatley

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MANAGER'S NOTES A warm welcome to our visitors from Malvern. Gary and I are really looking forward to finally kicking off the league campaign at home. The lads have worked really hard with a early start to preseason and I think that the whole squad are eager to get going. We know that we have a tough act to follow in Andy Davies, but are buoyed by the fact that majority of the squad have once again committed to the club. This squad contains some exceptional talent. Our mission is to build on last years success and to take the club one step further.

We know it will be a tough challenge with Malvern being one of a number of strong clubs joining the division. But, the lads have shown quality and potential in the pre-season win against Hallen. We have a very strong flexible squad and look to strengthen it with the return of key personnel. I think that everyone who came to support us enjoyed the outing but Saturday's FA Cup exit was disappointing as the result didn't reflect the large parts of the game where we showed that we can compete against a quality opponent playing at a higher level. There have been many positives in the games leading up to today's match but for me personally, the season starts in earnest tonight and we are ready. Jason Rees & Gary Kemp First Team Manager & Assistant

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THORNBURY TOWN CLUB HISTORY

It is understood that football has been played in Thornbury from around 1898 and formerly known as Thornbury Sports became Thornbury Town FC in the early 1970’s. Mundy Playing Fields has been the home of the club since the end of World War Two although changing facilities were sited in local places such as the Exchange Hotel, which is now The Knot of Rope. 1968-69 we became founder members of the Gloucestershire County League and spectator figures in excess of 500 were regularly recorded. In 1971 the club finished third in the Gloucestershire County League and was accepted into the Western League. However, due to difficulties in bringing the facilities up to the leagues required standards were unable to take the next step up. Relegation to the Bristol Premier Combination League unfortunately followed in 1976-77. The following 20+ years saw Thornbury Town strive to regain their former status, never really threatening to take the Premier Combination title. The only success during these lean years was reaching the final of the GFA Senior Amateur Cup in 1985-86 and 198990 unfortunately on both occasions loser’s medals were received. During the late 1990’s, the Club maintained its strong focus on developing local talent and this eventually bore fruit in 1999 when the final

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of the Stroud Charity Cup was reached, losing narrowly to Dursley Town. 2001-02 season saw the management team of Dave Wiffill and Steve Burbage take the reins, which brought instant success winning the Bristol Premier Combination title by 13 points and a return to the Gloucestershire County League. This followed a run of thirteen consecutive league wins a club record, which still stands to this day. The league and cup double eluded the club when they were defeated by Sea Mills in the League Cup Final. In preparation for the return to County League football the summer of 2002 saw a lot of hard work undertaken on the Mundy facilities with the building of dug-outs, improved drainage and revamping of the dressing rooms. All this work appeared to have been worth while with the club establishing itself back in the Gloucestershire County league with a creditable 7th league position for the next three seasons. Silverware did come our way in 2003-04 when we defeated Taverners on penalties, after a 2-2 draw, to lift the Stroud Charity Cup. The 2003-04 season, also saw the formation of an Under-18’s side under the management of Terry Payton in order to maintain Youth development within the club and they gained entry to the Gloucester County Youth League. Following a number of indifferent seasons when relegation back to the Bristol Premier Combination league was only just averted in 2006–07, a new management committee and first team management were appointed. Dave Lippiatt took over as first team manager, coming to the club from Sea Mills Park bringing with him Carl Derosa as his assistant. With an initial three / four year strategy, which came to fruition during the 2009-10 season when after a steady first half to the season a tremendous


winning run of ten league games saw the Surridge Gloucestershire County League title won for the first time in the clubs history. 2010 also saw the milestone achievement of the long awaited coming together of the two local football clubs “Thornbury Town FC” and “Thornbury Falcons FC” now under one club management umbrella of Thornbury Town FC without losing the heritage and identity of Thornbury Falcons. This will further enhance the long term development within the local community for junior, youth and senior football. In the 2010-11 season the final of the Les James Cup Final was reached, which resulted in a penalty shoot-out disappointment against Henbury Town. 2013-14 saw the U18’s in their highest league position in the Gloucestershire County Youth League finishing runners-up, which was a tremendous achievement for the team and managers Simon Pirie and Mark Franklin.

The 2014-15 season was a very successful season finishing 4th in the league and winning the Les James Cup for the first time in the Club’s history. Andy Davies continues to produce a team of quality which resulted in a third 4th-place in a row in Season 2016-17. 2017-18 saw the club finally succeed in their quest win the Gloucestershire County League. After a lot of work behind the scenes to gain planning permission for the required ground improvements, the club were accepted into the Hellenic League for the first time in our history. Our first season in the Hellenic League saw us finish a creditable 3rd in Div 1 West and win the Supplementary Cup. With a new management team of Jason Rees and Gary Kemp in place we look forward to the season ahead and wish all teams the best of luck in their endeavours.

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Aaron Clark - DEF A big strong centre half who’s no mug on the ground. Has become a key part of the defence since joining.

Kurtis Parkin - GK A goalkeeper with experience at higher levels with Willand Rovers. Has made a massive difference since moving to the area.

Pete Fowler - DEF Strong centre half and not much gets past him. Club captain who leads by example. He’s also dangerous in the opposition penalty area.

Nathan Sage - DEF Centre back with good composure on the ball and shows good strength both on the ground and in the air.

Tom Webb - DEF Good defender who reads the game well. Likes to overlap with the left-winger and can get a good ball into the box.

Joe Guest - DEF Recent youth team player who has a bright future; will do well this year learning from the senior players; likes to run at defenders.

Mark Viner - MID Experienced centre midfielder and one of the leaders on the pitch. Good first touch and range passing, rarely gives the ball away.

Toby Bennett - MID Has matured over the years showing aggression where needed. Gets his head up well and rarely gives it away.

Marcus Wormwell - MID He is a product of the Thornbury youth teams and is a speedy winger with a good shot.

Scott MacLeod - MID Comfortable at right back or on the wing, a technically good footballer.

Nathan Irwin - MID Experienced utility player who always gives 100%; great engine and attitude; pops up with an important goal now and again!

Luke Franklin - MID Strong, quick and has good technique. Equally comfortable in the middle or out wide. A really good prospect who controls the midfield and scores goals.

James Brock - FWD As long as he’s fit, you will struggle to find a more skilful player. A real box of tricks on the wing.

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Dave Jones - MID A new addition in midfield last season who has fitted in to the team well. Strong in the tackle and has good vision.

Harry Brock - FWD Signed from Almondsbury over the summer to join his brother, James at the club.

Asher Budd - FWD A quick forward with a fantastic strike and eye for goal. Has scored a lot of goals at youth level and continues to improve.

Craig Lancastle - FWD Fast and skilful striker with really quick feet. He always wants the ball and will give opposition defences a really hard time this season.

Rob Davies - GK Joined this summer to provide cover and competition to the goalkeeper spot.

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MALVERN TOWN CLUB HISTORY

The club was established in 1946 as Barnard’s Green Football Club. They joined the Worcester League, where they played until moving up to the Worcestershire Combination in 1955, going on to win the league at the first attempt. The club also won the Worcestershire Junior Cup and retained the trophy for the next two seasons, before winning it again in 1961–62. In 1967 the Worcestershire Combination was renamed the Midland Combination. The club won the inaugural Worcestershire Senior Urn in 1973–74, before retaining it for the next two seasons; they also finished as runners-up in the Midland Combination in 1973–74. In 1979 Malvern transferred to the Premier Division of the West Midlands (Regional) League and although they finished bottom of the division in 1982–83, the club avoided being relegated. However, they were relegated to Division One at the end of the 1991–92 season. Despite only finishing ninth in Division One in 1993–94, the club were promoted back to the Premier Division. In 2003–04 they won the Premier Division title, earning promotion to the Midland Alliance. A third-place finish in the Alliance in 2005– 06 saw the club promoted to Division One Midlands of the Southern League.

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The club finished bottom of Division One Midlands in 2008–09 and were relegated back to the Midland Alliance. Two seasons later they finished bottom of the Midland Alliance and were relegated to the Premier Division of the West Midlands (Regional) League. We lifted the Worcestershire Senior Urn for a ninth time in 2018–19 and have finished in the top five in each of the last five seasons. The summer of 2019 saw our association with the West Midlands (Regional) League come to an end as we were moved across to the Hellenic League Division One West. Exciting plans are in the pipeline with ‘Project 2020’, which will see significant developments in the club’s facilities and infrastructure during the years ahead, including a 3G surface that will be ready for use in the early part of the 2019/2020 campaign.


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MALVERN TOWN

PLAYER PROFILES Malvern Malvern Town Town

Goal Keeper Charlie Weaver Goal Keeper Charlie Weaver

Adam Sauntson Adam Sauntson

Defence Defence

Louis Loader Louis Loader

Defence Defence

Jay Sauntson Jay Sauntson

Defence Defence

Harry Wickett Harry Wickett

Defence Defence

Curtis Smith Curtis Smith

Defence Defence

James Febery James Febery

Defence Defence

Henry Dyde Henry Dyde

Midfield Midfield

Tom Salacinski Tom Salacinski

youngster of real promise who is onofthe fringe of A youngsterAof real promise who is on the fringe thefollowing first-teamsome following some impressive the first-team impressive displays displays in the midfield at both youth and reserve team in the midfield at both youth and reserve team level. level.

Midfield Midfield

Talented formeryoungster. Hereford youngster. Talented former Hereford Joined the Joined the club in February 2019. Comfortable club in February 2019. Comfortable on the ball, on he the ball, he has good feet and weighs in hisoffair share of has good feet and weighs in with his fairwith share assists. assists.

George Hayes George Hayes

Midfield Midfield

Sam Hunt Sam Hunt

Midfield Midfield

Phil Harris Phil Harris

Midfield Midfield

Bryan Craven Bryan Craven

Midfield Midfield

Ethan Moran Ethan Moran

Midfield Midfield

A well-respected line of defence A well-respected last line of last defence and athleticand athletic shot-stopper is now in his seventh season shot-stopper who is nowwho in his seventh season withHis theenthusiasm club. His enthusiasm and determination with the club. and determination has served the club well over the years. has served the club well over the years.

Reliable and technically-gifted, heplay is able to play Reliable and technically-gifted, he is able to or and in midfield and is for renowned for his at full-back at orfull-back in midfield is renowned his ability at with set-pieces a sweet right ability at set-pieces a sweetwith right foot. He is afoot. He is a well-respected figure at the club who agreed a well-respected figure at the club who agreed a deal in the new deal innew the summer of summer 2019. of 2019.

An consistent extremely consistent and reliable left-back An extremely and reliable left-back who has the He clubiswell. He is a popular who has served the served club well. a popular theextended team whohis extended his stay at the member of member the teamof who stay at the club during the summer of 2019. club during the summer of 2019.

dominantwho performer who has A dominantAperformer has showed hisshowed ability his ability in the middle theinpark and inofthe heart of both in the both middle of the park of and the heart thesince back-line since joining the club2018 in August 2018 the back-line joining the club in August from Westfields, whom reach he helped reach the first from Westfields, whom he helped the first round proper of the FA Cup in 2016/17. round proper of the FA Cup in 2016/17.

higher level experience Left-sided Left-sided player, hasplayer, higherhas level experience having with Cinderford Town having spent threespent yearsthree with years Cinderford Town and also serving Cirencester and also serving Cirencester Town andTown and Heinjoined us in the of 2019 Westfields. Westfields. He joined us the summer of summer 2019 into the squad. and slotted and wellslotted into thewell squad. An experienced performer whotoreturned to the An experienced performer who returned the club in2019. February He isfigure a popular club in February He is2019. a popular both figure both on and off-the-field always gives on and off-the-field who alwayswho gives his all for his all for the cause. the cause.

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Centraladefender, a goodwho organiser who is strong Central defender, good organiser is strong in the air and committed in the Injury challenge. Injury in the air and committed in the challenge. his campaign 2017/18 campaign interrupted interrupted his 2017/18 but havingbut having worked hard he toreturned to solid enjoy a solid worked hard he returned enjoy a campaign campaign last term. last term.

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left-sided muchlast progress last A left-sidedAplayer who player made who muchmade progress He lad is awith young lad with a bright season. Heseason. is a young a bright future who future who is determined continue developing is determined to continue to developing an establishan establish a regular the senior team. a regular place in theplace seniorinteam.

assured in the engine An assuredAn figure in thefigure engine room of theroom side,of the side, he ispasser a good the has ball awho has a he is a good of passer the ballofwho determined attitude. He is a popular and determined attitude. He is a popular and well-respected of the team whose well-respected member ofmember the team whose commitment to the cause cannot be faulted. commitment to the cause cannot be faulted.

Skilful wide-man, given his chance in December Skilful wide-man, given his chance in December 2018it and well vibrant with some vibrant displays. 2018 and took well took with itsome displays. signed a deal at Worcester He signed He a deal at Worcester City duringCity the during the 2019 and was allowed summer of summer 2019 andofwas allowed to return to to thereturn to the club on an initial three-month loan. club on an initial three-month loan.

An accomplished performer joined An accomplished performer who joined who the club in the club in theofsummer of 2018 from Town, Pershore the summer 2018 from Pershore for Town, for he gave long and reliableHis service. His whom he whom gave long and reliable service. to fill inofa different number of differentand positions and ability to fillability in a number positions play to a level consistent served well last term. play to a consistent servedlevel us well last us term.

Steve Webb Steve Webb

Midfield Midfield

versatile andperformer dynamic who performer who likes to A versatile Aand dynamic likes to forward and attack. get forwardget and support thesupport attack. the Skilful and Skilful and he of is undoubted a player of undoubted diminutive, diminutive, he is a player talent and talent and ability and ancharacter excellenttocharacter to have around ability and an excellent have around the place. the place.

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Midfield Midfield

Harry Clark Harry Clark

Forward Forward

MatthewMatthew Turner Turner

Forward Forward

Ben Miller Ben Miller

Forward Forward

Kyonn Evans Kyonn Evans

Forward Forward

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The striker all-action striker possesses an ever-willing The all-action possesses an ever-willing and enthusiastic attitude and enthusiastic attitude which has which servedhas the served the clubthe well over He theisyears. is a in key club well over years. a keyHe figure thefigure in the side who is well-respected both side who is well-respected both on and on and off-the-field.off-the-field.

club registration on a dual registration with Returned toReturned the club toonthe a dual with Worcester City in November 2018 before opting Worcester City in November 2018 before opting for a permanent ussummer during the for a permanent switch to usswitch duringtothe of summer of He is player a talented will be looking 2019. He is2019. a talented who player will bewho looking to get amongst theterm. goals this term. to get amongst the goals this

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SEASON 2019/20 FIXTURES

Adderbury Park (A) (BSCC)

Sat 10 Leighton Town (A) (FAC) Tue 13 Malvern Town (H) Sat 31 Cheltenham Saracens (H) (FAV) September Sat 7

Sat 4

Malmesbury Victoria (H)

Sat 11 Malvern Town (A) Sat 18 Moreton Rangers (H) Sat 25 New College Swindon (A) February

August Sat 3

January 2020

Hereford Pegasus (H)

Tue 10 Tuffley Rovers (A) (BLFC) Sat 14 Malmesbury Victoria (A) Sat 21 Moreton Rangers (A)

Sat 1

Newent Town (H)

Sat 8

Shortwood United (A)

Sat 15 Stonehouse Town (H) Sat 22 Wellington (H) Sat 29 Tytherington Rocks (A) March Sat 7

Bourton Rovers (H)

Sat 14 Cheltenham Saracens (A) Sat 21 Cirencester Town Dev (A) FAC - Emirates FA Cup

October Tue 1

Hereford Lads Club (A)

Sat 5

New College Swindon (H)

FAV - Buildbase FA Vase BSCC - Bluefin Sports Challenge Cup BLFC - Banbury Litho Floodlit Cup

Sat 12 Newent Town (A) Sat 26 Shortwood United (H)

Kick-Offs: Saturdays - 3PM, Midweek - 7:45PM All Fixtures Subject to Change

November Sat 2

Stonehouse Town (A)

Sat 9

Wellington (A)

Sat 16 Tytherington Rocks (H) Sat 23 Bourton Rovers (A) Sat 30 Cheltenham Saracens (H) December Sat 7

Cirencester Town Dev (H)

Sat 14 Clanfield 85 (A) Sat 21 Hereford Lads Club (H) Sat 28 Hereford Pegasus (A)

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WIN DRAW LOSS

LEAGUE POSITION

BENJAMIN

BENNETT

CHELTENHAM SARACENS

H

UHL1W

1-2

L

10th

1-Sep

CIRENCESTER TOWN DEV

H

UHL1W

6-1

W

8th

1

1 Y

8-Sep

CLANFIELD 85

H

UHL1W

3-2

W

7th

2 Y

19-Sep

Tytherington Rocks (19:45)

A

UHSC

5-1

W

7th

22-Sep

LONGLEVENS (19:45)

H

GFA CT

2-2

W Pens

8th

25-Sep

ALMONDSBURY (19:45)

H

UHSC

2-3

L

8th

29-Sep

HIGHWORTH TOWN RES

H

BSCC

2-0

W

8th

6-Oct

Malmesbury Victoria

A

UHL1W

3-1

W

6th

SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOV DECEMBER JAN FEB MARCH APRIL

OPPOSITION

PARKIN

SCORE

25-Aug

DATE

LEWIS

COMP

MATCH STATS SEASON 2018/19

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9-Oct

Almondsbury (19:45)

A

UHSC

1-3

L

6th

13-Oct

NEW COLLEGE SWINDON

H

UHL1W

7-0

W

3rd

16-Oct

STONEHOUSE TOWN (19:45)

H

GFA CT

1-3

L

3rd

20-Oct

BINFIELD

H

BSCC

2-4

L

3rd

23-Oct

TYTHERINGTON ROCKS (19:45)

H

UHSC

6-0

W

3rd

27-Oct

Newent Town

A

UHL1W

6-2

W

3rd

30-Oct

NEWENT TOWN (19:45)

H

UHSC

2-0

W

3rd

17-Nov

Tytherington Rocks

A

UHL1W

7-0

W

3rd

24-Nov

Almondsbury

A

UHL1W

2-1

W

2nd

Y

27-Nov

Newent Town (19:45)

A

UHSC

2-4

L

3rd

2

01-Dec

VIRGINIA WATER

H

BSSC

2-1

W

3rd

1

8-Dec

MALMESBURY VICTORIA

H

UHL1W

2-0

W

3rd

1

11-Dec

AFC ALDERMASTON

H

PPFC

3-1

W

3rd

22-Dec

Cirencester Town Development

A

UHL1W

1-0

W

4th

1

29-Dec

Clanfield 85

A

UHL1W

0-5

L

4th

Y

5-Jan

EASINGTON SPORTS

H

UHL1W

0-1

L

4th

12-Jan

READING CITY

H

BSSC

4-1

W

4th

26-Jan

HOLMER GREEN

H

BSSC

HW

1 Y 1 2

Y

3rd

5-Feb

MALMESBURY VICTORIA (19:45)

H

UHSC

0-1

L

3rd

12-Feb

TYTHERINGTON ROCKS (19:45)

H

UHL1W

2-0

W

3rd

26-Feb

Ardley United (19:30)

A

PPFC

2-6

L

4th

2-Mar

ALMONDSBURY

H

UHL1W

4-1

W

4th 4th

9-Mar

Easington Sports

A

UHL1W

0-0

D

16-Mar

FAIRFORD TOWN

H

BSSC

5-2

ET W

5th

23-Mar

Kidlington Development

A

UHL1W

4-0

W

4th

30-Mar

Cheltenham Saracens

A

UHL1W

1-1

D

3rd

2-Apr

Easington Sports (19:30)

A

BSSC

1-1

W pens

4th

6-Apr

KIDLINGTON DEVELOPMENT

H

UHL1W

1-2

L

5th

13-Apr

Pewsey Vale

A

UHL1W

2-0

W

4th

15-Apr

New College Swindon (19:45)

A

UHL1W

5-1

W

2nd

20-Apr

PEWSEY VALE

H

UHL1W

6-1

W

2nd

22-Apr

NEWENT TOWN (18:00)

H

UHL1W

2-2

D

2nd

27-Apr

Wallingford Town

N

BSSC

2-1

W Apps

Fixtures Subject To Change, 3pm Kick-Offs Saturdays, Midweek Fixtures as Stated

Y

2 Y

1

1

1

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Subs

3

33

2

4

Goals

3

7

3

5

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WORMWELL

WEBB

VINER

SAGE

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MACLEOD

1

LANCASTLE

JONES

IRWIN

1

- Cautioned - Sent Off

GUEST

FOWLER

1

Y R FRANKLIN

DAVIS

CLARK

BUDD

J. BROCK

H. BROCK

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1

2

1 Y

1

1

Y 1

1

1

1 222

Y

3

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2

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Y

Y Y

1

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1

1

1

2

R

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1

Y

Y

1

Y

1 2

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Y

Y

1

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Y

2 1

1

1

1

1

3

3

1

1 Y

32

16

9

11

19

5

10

22

5

10

10

2

8

1

10

37

20 6

4

6

26

Y

1

3

21

34

7

10

9

1

3

33

1 31

4

30

31

7

6

3

30 7 13


RESERVE TEAM INFORMATION

Manager: Jake Shutler Home Games at the Mundy Playing Fields Free Entry

07-Sep

14:30

Tormarton FC First

A

11-Sep

18:00

Old Sodbury First

A

14-Sep

14:30

Sea Mills Park Res

H

21-Sep

14:30

Brimsham Green First

H

28-Sep

14:30

Bristol Barcelona (Saturday)

A

19-Oct

14:30

Hambrook Res

A

26-Oct

14:30

Hartcliffe First

H

02-Nov

14:00

Bradley Stoke Town Reserves

H

16-Nov

14:00

Iron Acton Reserves

A

23-Nov

14:00

Sea Mills Park Res

A

14-Dec

14:00

Bristol Barcelona (Saturday)

H

21-Dec

14:00

Olveston United Reserves

A

04-Jan

14:00

Lion First

H

18-Jan

14:00

Olveston United Reserves

H

25-Jan

14:00

Hartcliffe First

A

01-Feb

14:00

Hambrook Res

H

08-Feb

14:00

Bradley Stoke Town Reserves

A

15-Feb

14:00

Iron Acton Reserves

H

22-Feb

14:00

Lion First

A

07-Mar

14:00

Brimsham Green First

A

14-Mar

14:00

Old Sodbury First

H

21-Mar

14:00

Tormarton FC First

H

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Thornbury Town vs Malvern Town


Bristol & District Football League Division 2 POS

P

W

D

L

GD

PTS

1

Bradley Stoke Town Reserves

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

Brimsham Green First

0

0

0

0

0

0

3

Bristol Barcelona (Saturday) First

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

Hambrook Res

0

0

0

0

0

0

5

Hartcliffe First

0

0

0

0

0

0

6

Hillfields Old Boys Reserves

0

0

0

0

0

0

7

Iron Acton Reserves

0

0

0

0

0

0

8

Lion First

0

0

0

0

0

0

9

Old Sodbury First

0

0

0

0

0

0

10

Olveston United Reserves

0

0

0

0

0

0

11

Sea Mills Park Res

0

0

0

0

0

0

12

Thornbury Town Reserves

0

0

0

0

0

0

13

Tormarton FC First

0

0

0

0

0

0

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A TEAM

INFORMATION

Manager: James Smele Home Games at Marlwood School Free Entry

07-Sep

14:00

Westerleigh Sports Res

H

11-Sep

18:00

Bradley Stoke Town B Team

H

14-Sep

14:00

De Veys Reserves

A

21-Sep

14:00

Wick (Saturday) A

A

05-Oct

14:00

Greyfriars Athletic B

H

12-Oct

14:00

Phoenix, The First

A

19-Oct

14:00

Lawrence Rovers Reserves

H

26-Oct

14:00

St Nicholas Reserves

A

09-Nov

14:00

Brimsham Green Reserves

A

16-Nov

14:00

Real St George Saturday First

H

23-Nov

14:00

De Veys Reserves

H

30-Nov

14:00

Longwell Green Sports B

H

14-Dec

14:00

Greyfriars Athletic B

A

21-Dec

14:00

Made For Ever Reserves

H

04-Jan

14:00

Lion Reserves

A

11-Jan

14:00

Phoenix, The First

H

18-Jan

14:00

Made For Ever Reserves

A

25-Jan

14:00

St Nicholas Reserves

H

01-Feb

14:00

Lawrence Rovers Reserves

A

08-Feb

14:00

Brimsham Green Reserves

H

15-Feb

14:00

Real St George Saturday First

A

22-Feb

14:00

Lion Reserves

H

29-Feb

14:00

Longwell Green Sports B

A

07-Mar

14:00

Wick (Saturday) A

H

14-Mar

14:00

Bradley Stoke Town B Team

A

21-Mar

14:00

Westerleigh Sports Reserves

A

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Thornbury Town vs Malvern Town


Bristol & District Football League Division 5 P

W

D

L

GD

PTS

1

Bradley Stoke Town B Team

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

Brimsham Green Reserves

0

0

0

0

0

0

3

De Veys Reserves

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

Greyfriars Athletic B

0

0

0

0

0

0

5

Lawrence Rovers Reserves

0

0

0

0

0

0

6

Lion Reserves

0

0

0

0

0

0

7

Longwell Green Sports B

0

0

0

0

0

0

8

Made For Ever Reserves

0

0

0

0

0

0

9

Phoenix, The First

0

0

0

0

0

0

10

Real St George Saturday First

0

0

0

0

0

0

11

St Nicholas Reserves

0

0

0

0

0

0

12

Thornbury Town A

0

0

0

0

0

0

13

Westerleigh Sports Reserves

0

0

0

0

0

0

14

Wick (Saturday) A

0

0

0

0

0

0

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CHANGES AFOOT IN NON-LEAGUE

BY DAVID RICHARDSON Here we go! Nine months of twists and turns, shocks and surprises and everything in between is about to start all over again! It seems pre-season has raced by during this sweltering summer and we’re now set for the big season opener. There is a few changes for the 2019-20 season as part of The FA’s National League System restructuring, working towards a ‘Pure Pyramid’ for the 2020-21 season of 1-2-4-8-16-17. One interesting law being introduced across all levels of grassroots football is temporary dismissals also known as 'sin bins'. Players dissent will result in 10-minute temporary dismissals from the pitch. The mandatory rule change will be implemented up to Step 5 and Tier 3 and below in women's football. Perhaps the main headline in terms of promotion and relegation this season is there won’t be Super Play-offs at Step 3. Last season the four play-off winners faced off in two oneoff finals for a place at Step 2. This year, only the bottom two in the National League North and South with be relegated which allows for the four champions and four play-off winners at Step 3 to be promoted. This is because from the 2020-21 season, Step 2 will be increasing from 22 clubs to 24, with four

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teams being relegated from each division. Relegation from Step 3 this season will see two teams go down from each division along with two third bottom clubs with the worst pointsper-game ratio. This means, at Step 4, the seven champions and seven play-off winners will all be promoted. There is an eighth Step 4 division being introduced for the 2020-21 season and that will be run by the Northern Premier League – addressing some of the travelling challenges in the north of the country. There will be 24 clubs promoted from Step 5 to 4. The 14 champions across Step 5 will go up, with second and third place in the North West Counties, Northern League and Northern Counties East also automatically promoted. The remaining 11 second-place clubs will then be ranked on points-per-game and the four highest will be promoted. With the remaining seven second-placed clubs – a one-season scenario – will play-off with the seven bottom-placed clubs at Step 4 for a winner-takes-all game. There will be 76 clubs from Step 6 promoted to Step 5 – two clubs from each of the two South West Peninsula divisions and the top four from all other Step 6 divisions. The bottom two clubs in each of the 20 divisions are liable to relegation. From 2020-21, Step 5 will increase from 14 divisions to 16 and Step 6 will reduce from 20 to 17. The United Counties League and Combined Counties Leagues have been awarded an additional Step 5 division each. The West Midlands Regional and East Midlands


Counties are due to lose their Step 6 status. The clubs within those divisions will remain at Step 6 subject to promotion and relegation on completion of the 2019-20 season. The Hellenic League will have its current two Step 6 divisions reduced to one which avoids operating with two divisions that are undersubscribed. Step 7 is also being aligned with County FAs to become the “pinnacle of county football”. So there you have it! Plenty of change for this season and beyond as the FA works towards a better Non-League structure. All the best for the season ahead and enjoy!

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Saturday 3rd August - Bluefin Sport Challenge Cup 1st Round

ADDERBURY PARK 5 BUCKINGHAM, GIBBONS, HAMBLETT, NORTHAM (2)

THORNBURY TOWN 4 LANCASTLE (3), WORMWELL Saturday’s game at Adderbury was great entertainment for the neutral, with defensive errors contributing to a glut of goals. This was Town’s first ever trip to Adderbury and they almost went behind in the first minute but keeper Rob Davies pulled off a great save to keep out Buckingham’s header. However last season’s leading scorer Craig Lancastle opened his account for the new season after 4 minutes when he picked up on a defensive mistake and shot past the home keeper, Goode. Five minutes later Town doubled their lead when a patient build up between Leighton Tuodolo and Harry Brock saw the ball again come to Lancastle who fired past Goode. At this point Thorns looked as if they would go on to win comfortably with Aaron Clark heading narrowly over from Scott McLoud’s corner and Toby Bennett’s goalbound shot was deflected into Goode’s hands. Against the run of play Buckingham pulled a goal back when his shot from 20 yards out found the corner of the net. On the half hour mark Adderbury were level when a break down the left was finished off by Gibbins, and minutes later they went in front when Clynes header hit the post and Hamblett, following up, netted.

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The second period saw Thorns start on the front foot but despite enjoying the majority of possession they struggled to create any clearcut chances. Buckingham shot wide when well placed for Adderbury and Rob Davies had to save at Gibbins feet. With 15 minutes left Park’s Northam was set up by Gibbins and he fired past Davies to give the hosts a 4-2 lead. Town responded immediately with Craig Lancastle completing his hat trick and moments later Bennett’s shot was deflected for a corner. With 10 minutes left Harry Brock’s run took him past a static home defence and his cut back was steered home by Marcus Wormwell for the equaliser. But within a minute Adderbury scored again when Northam’s cross cum shot found the far corner of Town’s net to give them the lead once more and one that this time they held on to until the final whistle.


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Saturday 10th August - The Emirates FA Cup Extra Preliminary Round

LEIGHTON TOWN 4 BRYANT, WEBB, CAMPBELL, FREDERICKS

THORNBURY TOWN 1 LANCASTLE (PEN) The Road to Wembley proved to be a short one for Thornbury Town on Saturday after a defeat in their first ever venture into the FA Cup. After a 3 hour coach journey to Bedfordshire Thorns found themselves a goal down in the first 5 minutes against their Spartan South Midlands League opponents. Leighton pressed from the kick off and after a goalmouth scramble from a 4th minute corner, Jim Brock cleared off Town’s line but the ball fell kindly for Tommy Bryant who hammered home from the edge of the area giving Rob Davies no chance. Thorns settled after this but without creating any chances of their own but in the 16th minute Mark Viner was penalised for a challenge 25 yards out and Leighton’s Danny Webb curled his free kick round the wall and into the bottom corner to give them a 2-0 lead. The hosts continued to press and Davies saved well from Towell and Bryant had another effort, this time finding the side netting. Thorns gradually played their way into the game and a cross in from the right found Craig Lancastle but he was quickly closed down and his shot went over the bar. Leighton’s Towell fired wide when well placed and then with 10 minutes before the break Jim Brock set brother Harry free and as he outpaced the defence home keeper McKenzie snuffed out the chance. With just a minute left before the break Town conceded a third when Webb’s cross from the right was steered home at the far post by

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Campbell. Thorns almost pulled a goal back in stoppage time when Lancastle set up Jim Brock whose effort was tipped away by McKenzie at the second attempt. The second half saw Town playing with the wind but they still found it hard to create clear cut chances and Davies had to be alert to save a couple of shots from Murrell early on. Craig Lancastle had a shot from a corner blocked and Luke Franklin’s free kick on the hour mark went narrowly over the bar. Franklin’s long ball in the 20th minute saw Lancastle hold off Murphy and lob the ball over the head of keeper McKenzie but went narrowly wide of the post. Although Thorns were more than matching their higher ranked opponents it was Leighton who were creating the better chances with Silford screwing a free kick narrowly wide of the post with 20 minutes left. Franklin’s crossfield ball found Marcus Wormwell and his cross cum shot flashed wide of the far post as Lancastle tried to get on the end of it. With 10 minutes left Thorns got the goal their play had deserved when Wormwell was brought down by Silford in the penalty area and Craig Lancastle stepped up to drive the penalty past McKenzie. However Town couldn’t build on this and Leighton scored a flattering fourth goal in the 86th minute when Fredericks ran across the edge of the area before curling in a shot into the far corner of the net.


Sin Bins

Temporary Dismissals - otherwise known as ‘sin bins’ - will become mandatory for matters of dissent across all of grassroots football from the 2019/20 season.

HOW DO YOU FIND YOURSELF IN THE SIN BIN?

Players will only go in to the sin bin for dissent cautions

For use of words or gestures questioning or undermining the ref’s decisions

EXAMPLES OF DISSENT • Shouting at the ref • Questioning ref’s ability • Slamming the ball in to the ground • Sarcastically clapping a decision

DURATION OF A SIN BIN 10

For matches of 90 minutes, players spend 10 minutes in the sin bin

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For matches of all other lengths, players spend 8 minutes in the sin bin

If the sin bin period has not expired at the end of: 1st half: Continues into 2nd half 2nd half: Continues into extra time Extra time: Player can participate in penalties

THE MATCH DAY PROCESS

Dissent

Dissent caution: Ref issues a yellow card and directs the player to the touchline

Player can’t be substituted until period expires and not if all subs have been made

Whilst in the sin bin, if the player commits a yellow or red card offence they can’t take any further part in the game and can’t be substituted

If the player commits a 2nd dissent caution and has already been booked, they will take no further part in the game and can’t be substituted

If the player commits a 2nd dissent caution and no other offences, they will receive a 2nd sin bin. After which they can’t take any further part in the game but can be substituted

If the player commits a yellow card offence on the field of play in addition to a period in the sin bin, they will continue to play

Ref decides when player returns to play

FOUL AND ABUSIVE LANGUAGE IS STILL A RED CARD OFFENCE!

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UHLSPORT HELLENIC LEAGUE

18/19 FINAL TABLES P

W

D

L

GD

PTS

1

Easington Sports

22

17

1

4

48

52

2

Cheltenham Saracens

22

16

1

5

52

49

3

Thornbury Town

22

15

3

4

42

48

4

Malmesbury Victoria

22

15

1

6

58

46

5

Clanfield (85)

22

13

4

5

24

43

6

Kidlington Development

22

12

3

7

37

39

7

Almondsbury

22

11

4

7

28

37

8

Cirencester Town Development

22

7

1

14

-4

22

9

Newent Town

22

6

4

12

-24

22

10

Pewsey Vale

22

5

4

13

-25

19

11

Tytherington Rocks

22

1

0

21

-94

3

12

New College Swindon

22

1

0

21

-142

3

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Thornbury Town vs Malvern Town


Hellenic League Premier Division POS

1

P Wantage Town

Hellenic League Division One East

W

D

L

GD

PTS

POS

36 22

7

7

39

73

1

Burnham

P

W

D

L

GD

PTS

24

17

3

4

56

54

2

Brimscombe & Thrupp 36

22

5

9

27

71

2

Thame Rangers

24

14

8

2

16

50

3

Brackley Town Saints

36 22

4

10

24

70

3

AFC Aldermaston

24

14

3

7

24

45

4

Bishops Cleeve

36 20

9

7

33

69

4

Holyport

24

13

5

6

31

44

5

Shrivenham

36 19

4

13

4

61

6

Windsor

36 18

6

12

21

60

5

Didcot Town Development

24

13

2

9

14

41

6

Wokingham & Emmbrook

24

11

4

9

-2

37

7

Ascot United

36 15

12

9

23

57

8

Flackwell Heath

36 14

10

12

1

52

9

Binfield

36 14

10

Royal Wootton Bassett 36

11

8

14

-3

50

7

Wallingford Town

24

10

5

9

-2

35

14

7

15

-5

49

8

Chalvey Sports

24

10

4

10

12

34

Lydney Town

36 14

6

16 -13 48

9

Penn & Tylers Green

24

10

1

13

-6

31

12

Holmer Green

36 14

6

16 -18 48

10

Milton United

24

8

5

11

1

29

13

Fairford Town

36 13

4

19 -14 43

11

Woodley United

24

5

5

14

-22

20

14

Virginia Water

36 10

12

14

42

12

Abingdon Town

24

5

2

17

-75

17

15

Tuffley Rovers

36

10

17 -11 37

13

Chinnor

24

2

1

21

-47

7

16

Longlevens

36 11

4

21 -12 37

9

-2

17

Ardley United

36 10

7

19 -18 37

18

Reading City

36 10

1

25 -32 31

19

Abingdon United

36

4

24 -44 28

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Recent results Sat 10/08/19 15:00 Cirencester Town Dev 1-1 Bourton Rov Moreton Ran 8-1 New College Swindon Stonehouse Town 5-0 Hereford Pegasus Bluefin Sports (UHL) Challenge Cup Chippenham Town Dev 1-4 Newent Town The Emirates FA Cup Clanfield 85 1-3 Shortwood United Leighton Town 4-1 Thornbury Town Longlevens AFC 3-0 Malmesbury Victoria Malvern Town 1-2 Whitchurch Alport Newport Pagnell T 6-2 Cheltenham Saracens 06/08/19 19:45 Newent Town 1-7 Malvern Town 03/08/19 15:00 Cheltenham Saracens 4-1 Tytherington Rocks Clanfield 85 3-1 Stonehouse Town Malmesbury Vic 13-0 New College Swindon Newent Town 1-3 Hereford Pegasus Shortwood United 4-4 Hereford Lads Club Wellington 1-0 Bourton Rovers Bluefin Sports (UHL) Challenge Cup Adderbury Park 5-4 Thornbury Town

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