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Welcome

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Reserves

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From The Manager

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Under 18s

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Thornbury History

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Match Reports

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Thornbury Profiles

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Hellenic League

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Visitors History

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Around The Grounds

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Visitors Profiles

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Next Up

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Season Stats

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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. Andy Shutler, Chairman

MANAGER’S NOTES

Welcome everyone to the Mundy Playing Fields for today's game against Clanfield (85) It's been great to play in front of such big crowds in our first two home games, we really do appreciate each and every one of you who comes to support us. It really feels like the whole town is behind us. Last week we managed to get our first points on the board with a dominating performance against Cirencester Town Development. It's really good for the confidence when you can play such a good match. Today we face Clanfield who have so far won one and drawn one, so a similar start to the season to us. Andy Davies, Manager

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THORNBURY TOWN F.C. Mundy Playing Fields, Kington Lane, Thornbury, BS35 1NA Members of: Uhlsport Hellenic Football League, Stroud & District Football League, Bristol and Gloucestershire U18/U21 League, Avon Youth League, Bristol Saturday Youth League, Mid Glos Mini Soccer League & Hanham Minor League Affiliated to the Gloucestershire Football Association

Club Officials President

P Wisbey

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

Andy Shutler

Vice Chairman

Vacant

Treasurer

Pete Webber

Secretaries

Mike Pengelly (Senior) Pam Howard (Junior)

Fixture Secretary

Malcolm Carr

Media

Tom Shorey

1st XI Manager Assistant Physio

Andy Davies Nathan Irwin Malcolm Carr

2nd XI Manager

Jake Shutler

Under 18 Manager

Craig Griffiths

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

Club Honours GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNTY LEAGUE Winners 2009-10, 2017-18 GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNTY LEAGUE LES JAMES CUP Winners 2014-15, 2017-18 Runners-Up 2010-11 G.F.A. SENIOR AMATEUR CUP Finalists: 1985-86, 1989-90 Semi Finalists: 1951-52, 1957-58, 1974-75, 1975-76, 1993-94. BRISTOL PREMIER COMBINATION Premier Division Champions: 1956-57,2001-02 Div 2 Champions: 1965-66 AVON PREMIER COMBINATION Div 1 R-U: 1984-85 BRISTOL & DISTRICT Div 2 R-U: Div 3 Champions: Div 5 R-U:

LEAGUE 1929-30, 1950-51 (1st XI) 1981-82 (2nd XI) 1949-50 (1st XI) 1929-30 (2nd XI)

STROUD LEAGUE Div 2 Champions: Div 2 R-U: Div 3 R-U: Div 4 Champions: Div 5 R-U: Div 6 R-U: Div 7 Champions:

1970-71 1985-86 1969-70 1996-97 1992-93 1984-85 1993-94

(2nd XI) (2nd XI) (2nd XI) (3rd XI) (3rd XI) (3rd XI) (4th XI)

STROUD CHARITY CUP Harry Greening Memorial Trophy Winners: 2003-2004 (1st XI) Finalists: 1999-2000 (1st XI) Section A Cup Winners: 1985-86 (1st XI) Section B Cup Finalists: 1983-84, 1984-85 (2nd XI) Section D Cup Winners: 1984-85, 1986-87 (3rd XI)

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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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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 of the Stroud Charity Cup was reached, losing 8


a thornburytownfc.co.uk tf @thornburytownfc 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.

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.

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.

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 their history.

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

We look forward to the season ahead and wish all teams the best of luck in their endeavours.

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THORNBURY TOWN F.C. PLAYER PROFILES Tom Sheppard - GK An experienced goalkeeper who has an excellent all round game. Still one of the best keepers around.

Aaron Clark - DEF A new edition to the squad last season. A big strong centre half who’s no mug on the ground.

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

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.

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.

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.

Brandon Benjamin - MID Signed from Patchway last season and has proved to be a great addition. A centre midfielder who scores goals for fun.

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.

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

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

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.

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

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Toby Bennett - MID Has impressed during last season showing aggression where needed. Gets his head up well and rarely gives it away.

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.

Matt Davis - FWD A good striker, holds the ball up well to bring players into the game. Always scores goals whoever he’s plays for.

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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CLANFIELD (85) CLUB HISTORY The Club was founded in 1890 and for many years played in the Witney & District League. Two years were spent in the North Berks League in the 1960s and for 1967/8 the Club joined the Hellenic Football League.

1979/80 Season. However the Club soon bounced back finishing in second place the following Season. At the end of the 1984/5 Season they were once again relegated to Division One where they have remained ever since.

Clanfield’s first game in the Hellenic League was on 19th August 1967 against Hungerford Town in front of an attendance of 146. In 1969/70 the Club won the Hellenic League Division One Championship and were promoted to the Premier Division.

The Club have re-entered the FA Vase. The Club won the Jim Newman Memorial Cup in 1978/9 and have been Finalists in recent stagings of the same event and won the Faringdon Thursday Memorial Cup in 1996/7 and last Season. Season 2010/11 saw the Club finish in fourth place in Division One and narrowly miss out on promotion.

In 1971/2 they missed out on the Runners-Up position only on goal average, but went on to secure the Runner-Up spot for the next two Seasons also winning the Premier Division Challenge Cup in 1973/4. In 1974/5 the Club reached the Final of the Oxfordshire Senior Cup. The first game ended in a draw after extra time but Pressed Steel won the replay. 1975/6 saw a repeat of the Cup run to the Final but again Clanfield ended up losing Finalists. After a great period through the 60s and 70s they were relegated to Division One at the end of the

The Club have recently adopted a positive youth policy. The Under 18 Team have won the Allied Counties Youth League Central Division and last Season their County Cup Competition. The previous Season the Under 17 Team won the Oxfordshire Invitation Youth League Division B whilst the Under 16 Team won their County Cup Competition.

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CLANFIELD (85) PLAYER PROFILES Clanfield 85 FC Clanfield 85 FC

JamieJamie ZoldanZoldan

Goal Keeper Goal Keeper

JamesJames DommDomm

Goal Keeper Goal Keeper

clubs include Abingdon and Former Former clubs include Abingdon United United and commands Witney Witney United. United. ‘Zolly’ ‘Zolly’ commands his boxhis box exceptionally wellcanand can always be heard exceptionally well and always be heard organising his defence. Also to known organising his defence. Also known wind to upwind up the opposition forwards. the opposition forwards.

clubs include Shrivenham and Former Former clubs include Basset, Basset, Shrivenham and Carterton. is extremely experienced at Carterton. Dommy Dommy is extremely experienced at this level.shot Great shot stopper the clubs this level. Great stopper and alsoand thealso clubs GK coach. GK coach.

Matt Knapton Matt Knapton

Ryan Moore Ryan Moore

Defence Defence

Matt a new signing from City. Oxford City. ,Strong , Matt is a newissigning from Oxford Strong vocal and composed defender whowith plays with vocal and composed defender who plays more maturity than their years. more maturity than their years.

Josh Gibbens Josh Gibbens

Defence Defence

a new signing from City. Oxford City. Equally Josh is Josh a newissigning from Oxford Equally as comfortable ballair in or theatair as comfortable with thewith ballthe in the hisor at his feet.the Leads back line well. feet. Leads backthe line well.

Dan Bishop Dan Bishop

Midfield Midfield

clubs include Highworth and Carterton. Former Former clubs include Highworth and Carterton. ‘Bish’ has re with signed club following a3 ‘Bish’ has re signed thewith clubthe following a3 year absence. a left foot with a great year absence. Wand ofWand a leftoffoot with a great dead ball delivery forBoast goal. aBoast a dead ball delivery and eyeand for eye goal. One winners league winners DivisionDivision One league medal. medal.

Craig Connor Craig Connor

Midfield Midfield

Defence Defence

is into his second Rizza isRizza into his second season season with thewith clubthe club from North Last seasons signing signing from North Leigh. Leigh. Last seasons managers player has great technical ability with managers player has great technical ability with the ball.the ball.

CallumCallum DaviesDavies

Defence Defence

is a product of successful a very successful Callum Callum is a product of a very youth youth team his season thirdrd season first team. team into his into thirdrd with thewith firstthe team. Top defender with afuture brightatfuture at this level. Top defender with a bright this level.

ConnorConnor TinsleyTinsley

Midfield Midfield

is another fromLeigh Northinto Leigh into Connor Connor is another signing signing from North his second the club. Hard working his second season season with thewith club. Hard working gifted midfielder thetoability to drift into gifted midfielder who haswho the has ability drift into or without spaces spaces with orwith without the ballthe to ball hurt tothehurt the opposing opposing defence.defence.

Cormack JordanJordan Cormack

Midfield Midfield

Craig last signed last season from Abingdon Craig signed season from Abingdon United United and quickly a valuable team member. and quickly becamebecame a valuable team member. Hard working player who simplifies the game. Hard working player who simplifies the game. Rarelypossession. looses possession. Rarely looses

clubs include and Former Former clubs include Witney Witney United United and Carterton. is playing a ball playing midfielder Carterton. Jordan Jordan is a ball midfielder who vocal is both on the andpitch. off the pitch. who is both onvocal and off

Pendell Adam Adam Pendell

Jack Kennedy Jack Kennedy

Midfield Midfield

Club Captain Mr Reliable. is a long Club Captain and Mr and Reliable. Penny isPenny a long player an exceptional for serving serving player and an and exceptional exampleexample for others to Great follow.atGreat at winning ball back others to follow. winning the ball the back others allowingallowing others to play. to play.

NathanNathan KimberKimber

Forward Forward

Former clubs include Abingdon United and North Former clubs include Abingdon United and North former Clanfield youth teamand player and Leigh. ALeigh. formerA Clanfield youth team player Great to asset the with teamhis with his captain.captain. Great asset the toteam channeled aggression and finishing. Will be one channeled aggression and finishing. Will be one of the leagues top scorers. of the leagues top scorers.

Karl Roberts Karl Roberts

Forward Forward

Midfield Midfield

clubs include Carterton and Ardley Former Former clubs include Carterton and Ardley A leftpacy sided pacy player, will constantly United. United. A left sided player, will constantly full abacks hardwith timehiswith his endless give fullgive backs hard atime endless squad member with a Division running.running. AnotherAnother squad member with a Division league winners 1 league1 winners medal. medal.

Michael Duerden Michael Duerden

Forward Forward

Former clubs include Carterton, Northand Leigh and Former clubs include Carterton, North Leigh Kidlington. prolific goalscorer at this level. Kidlington. A prolificA goalscorer at this level.

Jozef Fullerton Jozef Fullerton

Forward Forward

clubs include Carterton, and PreviousPrevious clubs include Carterton, Witney Witney and Wantage. Fast, attacker direct attacker Wantage. Fast, direct looking looking to re to re his scoring goal scoring form helped that helped create create his goal form that to an Uhlsport WantageWantage to an Uhlsport HellenicHellenic League League title. title.

is his now in his second ‘Fully’ is‘Fully’ now in second season season with thewith clubthe club having previously played forLeigh. NorthStrong, Leigh. Strong, having previously played for North who canadapt also to adapt powerfulpowerful attackerattacker who can also a to a deeper midfield role when needed. deeper midfield role when needed.

CalumCalum Miller Miller

Staddon MartinMartin Staddon

Forward Forward

One cluband man Mr Clanfield. One club man Mr and Clanfield. Driller isDriller the is the target of thewith team with excellent target man of man the team excellent hold uphold up play bringing others into attacking positions. His play bringing others into attacking positions. His down he's means he's a menace for tireless tireless closing closing down means a menace for any defender. Last seasons any defender. Last seasons players players player. player.

Chris Blakely Chris Blakely

Asst. Manager Asst. Manager

Carterton, Kidlington and Clanfield Former Former Carterton, Kidlington and Clanfield player. Unfortunately his playing days cut player. Unfortunately had hishad playing days cut short through injury. an integral part of the short through injury. Now an Now integral part of the management management team. team.

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Asst. Manager Asst. Manager

legend after making hisfor debut ClanfieldClanfield legend after making his debut the for the as a 15-year old. Former clubs include club asclub a 15-year old. Former clubs include Lambourn, Carterton and Clanfield. Still Lambourn, Carterton and Clanfield. Still possesses a left foot. possesses a wand a ofwand a left of foot.

JamieJamie Butt Butt

Manager Manager

This is Jamie's first at management This is Jamie's first taste at taste management having having beenassistant Ozzys assistant for the last 3 seasons. An been Ozzys for the last 3 seasons. An Excellent centre back in his day having played Excellent centre back in his day having played for Carterton, Witney United, Milton and United and for Carterton, Witney United, Milton United Clanfield. Clanfield.


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UHL1W

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UHL1W

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8th

SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOV DECEMBER

JANUARY FEBRUARY MAR

OPPOSITION

8-Sep

SAT

CLANFIELD 85

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UHL1W

TBC

TUE

LONGLEVENS (19:45)

H

GFA CT

19-Sep

WED

Tytherington Rocks (19:45)

A

UHSC

22-Sep

SAT

KIDLINGTON RESERVES

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UHL1W

25-Sep

TUE

ALMONDSBURY (19:45)

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UHL1W

29-Sep

SAT

HIGHWORTH TOWN RES

H

BSCT

6-Oct

SAT

Malmesbury Victoria

A

UHL1W UHSC

9-Oct

TUE

Almondsbury (19:45)

A

16-Oct

TUE

CARTERTON

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UHFC

20-Oct

SAT

NEW COLLEGE SWINDON

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UHL1W

23-Oct

TUE

TYTHERINGTON ROCKS (19:45)

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UHSC

27-Oct

SAT

Newent Town (19:45)

A

UHL1W

30-Oct

TUE

NEWENT TOWN (19:45)

H

UHSC

6-Nov

TUE

Newent Town (19:45)

A

UHSC

10-Nov

SAT

Pewsey Vale

A

UHL1W

17-Nov

SAT

Tytherington Rocks

A

UHL1W

24-Nov

SAT

ALMONDSBURY

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UHL1W

8-Dec

SAT

Carterton

A

UHL1W

15-Dec

SAT

Cheltenham Saracens

A

UHL1W

22-Dec

SAT

Cirencester Town Development

A

UHL1W

29-Dec

SAT

Clanfield 85

A

UHL1W

5-Jan

SAT

EASINGTON SPORTS

H

UHL1W

19-Jan

SAT

MALMESBURY VICTORIA

H

UHL1W

26-Jan

SAT

New College Swindon

A

UHL1W

2-Feb

SAT

NEWENT TOWN

H

UHL1W

9-Feb

SAT

North Leigh United

A

UHL1W

16-Feb

SAT

PEWSEY VALE

H

UHL1W

23-Feb

SAT

TYTHERINGTON ROCKS

H

UHL1W

2-Mar

SAT

Almondsbury

A

UHL1W

9-Mar

SAT

Easington Sports

A

UHL1W

Kidlington Development

A

UHL1W

TBA

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LEAGUE POSITION

CHELTENHAM SARACENS

BENJAMIN

WIN DRAW LOSS

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DATE

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COMPETITION

MATCH STATS - SEASON 2018/19

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1

1

2

1

1

1

1

2

Subs

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Goals

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2

1

WORMWELL

WEBB

- Goals Scored

VINER

SAGE

1

MACLEOD

LANCASTLE

2

1

JONES

1

IRWIN

1

- Cautioned - Sent Off

R

GUEST

1

Y

FRANKLIN

FOWLER

CLARKE

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DAVIS

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RESERVES FIXTURES, RESULTS & TABLE 30-Aug

18:30

WICKWAR WANDERERS

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3-4

Bush, Turner, Roebuck

1-Sep

14:30

Tredworth Tigers Reserves

A

1-3

Griffiths

8-Sep

14:30

Upton St Leonards Res

A

15-Sep

14:30

BARNWOOD UNITED RES

A

22-Sep

14:30

TUFFLEY ROVERS 3RDS

H

6-Oct

14:30

County Cup 1st Round

13-Oct

14:30

Tetbury Town Reserves

A

20-Oct

14:30

Uley

A

27-Oct

14:30

HORSLEY UNITED

A

3-Nov

14:30

County Cup 2nd Round

10-Nov

14:00

Quedgeley Wanderers 3rds

A

17-Nov

14:00

UPTON ST LEONARDS RES

A

24-Nov

14:00

Upton St Leonards (LgeCup1R)

H

1-Dec

14:00

TETBURY TOWN RESERVES

A

8-Dec

14:00

Tuffley Rovers 3rds

A

15-Dec

14:00

KINGSWAY ROVERS

H

29-Dec

14:00

ULEY

A

19-Jan

14:00

Barnwood United Reserves

A

26-Jan

14:00

TREDWORTH TIGERS RESERVES

A

16-Feb

14:00

Longford

A

23-Feb

14:30

Wickwar Wanderers

A

9-Mar

14:30

Horsley United

A

16-Mar

14:30

LONGFORD

H

23-Mar

14:30

Kingsway Rovers

A

30-Mar

14:30

QUEDGELEY WANDERERS 3RDS

H

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GD

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Wickwar Wanderers

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2

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7

5

2

7

2

Tuffley Rovers 3rds

2

2

0

0

10

3

7

6

3

Tredworth Tigers Res

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1

1

0

4

2

2

4

4

Barnwood United Res

3

1

1

1

8

8

0

4

5

Upton St Leonards Res

1

1

0

0

11

1

10

3

6

Kingsway Rovers

1

1

0

0

5

2

3

3

7

Horsley United

3

1

0

2

5

9

-4

3

8

Tetbury Town Res

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1

0

2

3

13

-10

3

9

Longford

2

0

1

1

2

3

-1

1

10

Uley

2

0

1

1

1

2

-1

1

11

Quedgeley Wanderers 3rds

2

0

1

1

1

6

-5

1

12

Thornbury Town Res

2

0

0

2

4

7

-3

0

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UNDER 18s FIXTURES, RESULTS & TABLE

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0

2

Cribbs (Youth) U18

0

0

3

Downend Saints

0

0

4

Keynsham Town Junior

0

0

5

Lebeq United (Youth)

0

0

6

Port of Bristol (Youth)

0

0

7

Rockleaze Rangers

0

0

8

Thornbury Town

0

0

Sep-16

LEBEQ UNITED (YOUTH)

H

POS

Sep-23

Cribbs (Youth) U18

A

1

Sep-30

PORT OF BRISTOL (YOUTH)

H

Oct-07

Downend Saints (YOUTH)

A

Oct-14

ROCKLEAZE RANGERS

H

Oct-21

KEYNSHAM TOWN JUNIOR

H

Nov-18

AEK BOCO BOYS U18

H

Nov-25

Lebeq United (Youth) U18

A

Dec-02

CRIBBS (YOUTH) U18

H

Dec-09

Port of Bristol (Youth) U18

A

Jan-06

Rockleaze Rangers

A

Jan-20

Keynsham Town Junior

A

Jan-27

AEK Boco Boys U18

A

Feb-10

DOWNEND SAINTS

H

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MATCH REPORTS THORNBURY TOWN 6 WORMWELL (2), BENNETT, FOWLER, BENJAMIN, DAVIS

CIRENCESTER TOWN DEV 1 GUDGER A good sized crowd witnessed an entertaining game at the Mundy Fields on Saturday as Thornbury Town secured their first win in the Hellenic League. The visitors arrived sitting at the top of the table but Thorns clinical finishing saw them achieve an emphatic victory.

Two minutes later Thorns doubled their lead when Benjamin outpaced his marker and crossed for Toby Bennett to fire home. The visitors pushed forward to try to get back into the game and were awarded a penalty when Parkin and Gudgen collided. The striker picked himself up and despatched the spot kick, giving Town’s keeper no chance.

The opening 20 minutes was played at a frantic pace with Town enjoying the majority of possession and creating a couple of half chances with Marcus Wormwell’s header too high and Brandon Benjamin having a couple of efforts blocked. At the back Town looked comfortable with Nathan Sage and Pete Fowler snuffing out a couple of dangerous breaks.

However within a minute Thorns were awarded a penalty of their own when Joe Guest’s strong run into the area was ended unceremoniously. Toby Bennett’s spot kick was saved by Kuczinsky but Wormwell was on hand to net the rebound. Two quick goals at the start of the second half put the game beyond the visitors. A minute after the restart Asher Budd set up Brandon Benjamin and with Kuczinsky hesitating, Benjamin lobbed the ball over the keeper’s head and into the net. Five minutes later Town were awarded a free kick and Bennett’s set piece was met with a powerful header from skipper Pete Fowler which gave Kuczinsky no chance.

Cirencester’s best efforts in this period were from long range with Sam Walsh’s effort being saved at full stretch by Kurtis Parkin and then Dan Roberts shot from 25 yards whistled past the post. Dan Wheeler’s shot was also well saved by Parkin on the half hour mark but Town then broke quickly and Scott McLoud’s ball to the far post was met by Wormwell steering his shot past Kuczinsky into the corner of the net.

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a thornburytownfc.co.uk tf @thornburytownfc Cirencester came more into the game after this and created a number of good chances, with Gudgen hitting the post and Fowler and Bennett having to make saving blocks. Walsh had a shot from the edge of the box but Parkin was able to save comfortably. Thornbury’s sixth goal in the 85th minute came from a mistake by Grierson whose poor backpass found Wormwell and whilst he could not net for his hat trick, he set up Matt Davis to score at the far post.

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UHLSPORT HELLENIC LEAGUE DIVISION ONE WEST LEAGUE TABLE

P

W

D

L

GD

PTS

1

Easington Sports

3

3

0

0

10

9

2

Cheltenham Saracens

3

3

0

0

10

9

3

Kidlington Development

4

2

2

0

7

8

4

Malmesbury Victoria

3

2

1

0

21

7

5

Cirencester Town Development

5

2

1

2

4

7

6

Almondsbury

4

2

1

1

-1

7

7

Clanfield (85)

2

1

1

0

1

4

8

Thornbury Town

2

1

0

1

4

3

9

Newent Town

2

0

1

1

-4

1

10

Pewsey Vale

3

0

1

2

-10

1

11

Carterton

1

0

0

1

-1

0

12

North Leigh United

3

0

0

3

-8

0

13

Tytherington Rocks

2

0

0

2

-14

0

14

New College Swindon

3

0

0

3

-19

0

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WED 05/09/18 19:45 Cheltenham Saracens 3-0 Almondsbury SAT 01/09/2018 Division One West Easington Sports 4-1 North Leigh Utd Kidlington Development 5-1 Newent Town New College Swindon 0-8 Malmesbury Vic Thornbury Town 6-1 Cirencester Town Dev Buildbase FA Vase East Cowes Victoria 4-3 Pewsey Vale Milton United 0-3 Clanfield (85) Shrivenham 9-0 Tytherington Rocks Whitchurch United 0-2 Almondsbury SAT 25/08/2018 Emirates FA Cup Preliminary Round Easington Sports 1-2 Chipping Sodbury Town Division One West Almondsbury 1-0 Carterton Clanfield (85) 2-1 North Leigh United Malmesbury Victoria 13-0 Tytherington Rocks Pewsey Vale 0 -0 Cirencester Town Dev Thornbury Town 1-2 Cheltenham Saracens

TODAY SAT 08/09/18 15:00 Cheltenham Saracens v Carterton Cirencester Town Dev v Almondsbury Newent Town v Malmesbury Victoria (1.30) North Leigh Utd v Kidlington Dev Pewsey Vale v Easington Sports Thornbury Town v Clanfield (85) Tytherington v New College Swindon TUE 11/09/18 19:30 League Division ONE Subsidary Cup Easington Sports v Kidlington Dev TUE 11/09/18 19:45 Almondsbury v Tytherington Rocks Carterton v North Leigh United Cirencester Town Dev v Malmesbury Clanfield (85) v New College Swindon TUE 11/09/18 19:45 (TBC) GFA Challenge Trophy Thornbury Town v Longlevens WED 12/09/18 19:45 Cheltenham Saracens v Pewsey Vale SAT 15/09/18 15:00 Cirencester Town Dev v Carterton Clanfield (85) v Almondsbury Kidlington Development v Pewsey Vale Bluefin Sports (UHL) Challenge Cup Windsor v North Leigh United Buildbase FA Vase Cheltenham Saracens v Flackwell Heath Malmesbury Victoria v Virginia Water GFA Challenge Trophy Southmead CS Athletic v Almondsbury

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UHLSPORT HELLENIC LEAGUE LATEST ROUND-UP Buildbase FA Vase- Round One Qualifying In the all Uhlsport Hellenic League ties Premier Division Ardley United played hosts to One East Holyport. Ardley scored after two minutes of play, though ‘Port struck back with four, Fabien Driffil netting three. Home scorer Louis Joyce 2 - Away Fabian Driffill 16, 36, 48, Alan Ackerman 80.

coach was caught in a traffic jam on M4, kick off taking place at 3.50pm. Home scorer Charlie Powell 85 – Away Luke Robertson 44, Danny Hartlebury 52, Bradley Sweeney 54. Tadley Calleva, occupying fourth place in the Sydenhams Wessex League Premier Division, hosted Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division fourth placed side Ascot United. Wembley dreams dashed for the Yellamen at the first hurdle losing to Wessex League opposition in an FA competition for the second successive weekend after Tadley Calleva beat them 3-1. Home scorers Danny Vickers 64, Brett Denham 82, 88 - Away Nathan Minhas 68

One West Tytherington Rocks parted company with their manager midweek after a 13-0 battering last weekend. They travelled with forlorn hope to Premier Division Shrivenham. The game was dominated by a disciplined Shrivenham side, always looking like scoring and finished convincingly with a 9-0 result. Home scorers Lewis Waldon 20, Jamie Prictor 25, 44, Josh Morse 42, Lewis Petrie 69,85, Dan Drewett 71, 73, Ryan Stanners 88.

Fairford Town were hosts to Baffins Milton Rovers of the Wessex Football League Premier Division. Fairford were knocked out of the Buildbase FA Vase at the hands of Baffins, 2-2 at Full Time with the decisive goal arriving deep into extra-time. Home scorers Dan Bailey 77, Lee Smith 86 – Away Robbie Tan 6, 74, Shane Cornish 114

One East Milton United pitted their skills against One West Clanfield 85 but went out of the competition with no answer to the Robin’s three goals. Away scorers Jozef Fullerton 37, 46, Callum Miller 88.

One East Penn & Tylers Green played Sydenhams Wessex League Division One AFC Stoneham. Penn scored first, Stoneham hit back with three. Home scorer Pritpal Raju 17 – Away Nathan Bainbridge 22, Alex Welsh 40, 85.

Binfield entertained Cherry Red Records Combined Counties Football League Division One Frimley Green. The Moles scored five without reply. Home scorers Jeff Brown 33, Carlo Santoro 46, Tafari Downes 67, Danny Horscroft 74, Jack Thomson Wheeler 77.

Pewsey Vale took to the “high sea’s” with a journey to Wessex League Division One club East Cowes Victoria on the Isle of Wight. Good game for the spectators with lots of goals, Vale went in at half time with a two goal lead, the second half The Vic’s hit four to Vale’s one. Home scorers Jimmi Burton 45, 47, 75, Jordan Browne 90 – Away Ethan Fishlock 22, Josh Fowler 35, George Plank 57.

Combined Counties Division One Ash United travelled from Surrey to encounter Brimscombe & Thrupp. Both sides went in 0-0 at half time with six goals being struck in the second spell, the home side netting five with one in reply, James Singh netting a hattrick. Home scorers Harrison Reeves, James Singh 46, 65, 70, John Evans 89 – Away Jake Wilson 47

Wessex League Division One Whitchurch United Uhlsport Hellenic League new boys Almondsbury. The Almond’s scored a goal in each half without conceding. Away scorers

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Matthew Baker 31, Alex Bisp 60.

POS

Holmer Green lost 1-3 away to Greek Orthodox Church side St Panteleimon of the Middlesex County League Premier Division. Home scorers Noyan Taobakhsh 16, Ayub Albariño 40, Roberto Katsikas 74 – Away Tom Fifield 31 Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division Flackwell Heath and Longlevens recorded a goal less draw at Wilks Park Royal Wootton Bassett Town scored twice in the first half, opponents Windsor once in the second. Home scorers TJ Bohane 10, Giorgio Wrona 37 – Away Malachi Thomas 50 In the Tuffley Rovers v Brackley Town Saints fixture, Rovers somehow contrived to lose 2-1, despite creating a host of chances. Ultimately, Saints early goal from Kille and Ryan Knight’s smart finish after a loose back pass was enough for the visitors, despite Ryan Dobbins pulling a goal back for Rovers. Home scorer Ryan Dobbins 45 – Away Charlie Kill 7, Ryan Knight 40 Newly promoted Virginia Water and table toppers Wantage Town shared the points. Waters claim it as a good point, but give credit Wantage who played all second half with ten men. Water’s Liam Whyte scored within 45 seconds of the game start. Home scorers Liam Whyte 1, Josh Hiil 35 – Away Steve Robertson 17, 62.

P

W

D

L

GD

PTS

1

Wantage Town

6

5

1

0

12

16

2

Reading City

6

5

0

1

12

15

3

Ascot United

7

4

2

1

10

14

4

Flackwell Heath

8

3

4

1

4

13

5

Brimscombe &

7

4

1

2

3

13

6

Brackley Town

5

4

0

1

5

12

7

Windsor

6

3

1

2

5

10

8

Royal Wootton

7

3

1

3

1

10

9

Holmer Green

7

3

1

3

-3

10

10

Lydney Town

5

2

2

1

-1

8

11

Longlevens

8

2

2

4

-3

8

12

Bishops Cleeve

6

2

1

3

2

7

13

Binfield

5

2

1

2

-2

7

14

Virginia Water

7

1

4

2

-2

7

15

Shrivenham

7

2

1

4

-10

7

16

Ardley United

7

2

0

5

-7

6

17

Tuffley Rovers

7

1

1

5

-8

4

18

Abingdon United

5

1

0

4

-11

3

19

Fairford Town

6

0

1

5

-7

1

Hellenic League Division One East

Uhlsport Hellenic League One West Easington Sports go top of Division One West through a 4-1 home result against North Leigh United. Home scorers George Coombes 8, 46, Andrew Stidder 20, 34 – Away Sean Murcombe 79. Kidlington Development v Newent Town was a game of two halves. Newent edged a close first half and led 0-1 at half time. The second half was dominated by a rampant Kidlington. Final score 5-1 Home scorers Kevin Davies 50, Jimmy Deabill 62, Aaron Morton 63, Jamie Wyatt 65, Callum Rice 78 – Away Dylan Hart 30 Josh Hughes scored a second half four timer in Malmesbury Victoria’s romp against New College Swindon at Supermarine RFC. Away scorers Shane Bumphrey 2, Andy Baker 6, Paul Bains 47, Josh Hughes 62, 67, 75, 80, Jack Ellis 77.

POS

1

29

Abingdon Town

P

W

D

L

GD

PTS

4

3

0

1

6

9

2

AFC Aldermaston

4

3

0

1

-1

9

3

Thame Rangers

3

2

1

0

4

7

4

Chalvey Sports

5

2

1

2

2

7

5

Wallingford Town

2

2

0

0

5

6

6

Didcot Town Devel-

3

2

0

1

3

6

7

Burnham

4

2

0

2

-1

6

8

Holyport

3

1

1

1

0

4

9

Wokingham &

3

1

0

2

1

3

10

Penn & Tylers

2

1

0

1

-1

3

11

Milton United

3

0

2

1

-1

2

12

Chinnor

3

0

1

2

-5

1

13

Woodley United

2

0

0

2

-3

0

14

Bicester Town

3

0

0

3

-9

0


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