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BUCKLAND ATHLETIC v CADBURY HEATH Saturday 4th November 2017 3.00pm - Homers Heath

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Buckland Athletic Football Club Buckland Athletic Football Club Founded 1977 Homers Heath, Kingskerswell Road, Newton Abbot, Devon. TQ12 5JU Members of The Western League, The South Devon League and The Torbay Pioneer League Ground Homers Heath 01626 361020 Chairman - Roy Holmes 01626 369345 Secretary - Christine Holmes 01626.369345 Vice-Chairman - Nigel Holmes 01626 361441 Treasurer - Leona Glanfield Joint Groundsman - Simon Glanfield & Simon Dungey Commercial Manager - John Piller 07836 774048 jpbafc@hotmail.com SDL Fixture Secretary - Bob Hext 07515 468107 Programme Editor - Paul Hardingham 01626 335503 phardingham@virginmedia.com Honorary Life Members - Gerald Heath, Clive Holmes & Andy Hill Senior Team Managers 1st Team - Ellis Laight 2nd Team - Neil Snell & Paul Tucker 3rd Team - Nigel Holmes Ladies 1st Team - Grant Fisher Ladies Development Team - Al Wyatt Junior’s Secretary & Pioneer Youth Officer - Victoria Montandon Web-Sites Seniors www.clubwebsite.co.uk/bucklandathleticfc01 Western League website www.toolstationleague.com South Devon League Web-site www.sdfl.org.uk

IN THIS PROGRAMME HOMERS LINES JP’S COMMERCIAL COLUMN MANAGERS SAY BUCK’S 1ST TEAM ALL TIME HISTORY SPONSOR A 1ST TEAM PLAYER VISITORS TODAY BUCK’S ED’S LOOK AT OUR VISITORS PREVIOUS MEETINGS 1ST TEAM FIXTURES, RESULTS & SCORERS WESTERN LEAGUE TABLES, FIXTURES WESTERN LEAGUE PREMIER ROUND-UP WESTERN LEAGUE BULLETIN DOWN MEMORY LANE 2ND, 3RDS, LADIES FIXTURES WL PREMIER DIVISION CLUB DIRECTORY BUCKLAND ATHLETIC HISTORY & HONOURS

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UPCOMING FIXTURES SATURDAY 11th NOVEMBER 2017 FA VASE 2nd ROUND BUCKLAND ATHLETIC vs BRADFORD TOWN KICK OFF 3pm SATURDAY 18th NOVEMBER 2017 WESTERN LEAGUE LES PHILLIPS CUP 1st ROUND BUCKLAND ATHLETIC vs CORSHAM TOWN KICK OFF 3pm SATURDAY 25th NOVEMBER 2017 WESTERN LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION HENGROVE ATHLETIC vs BUCKLAND ATHLETIC KICK OFF 3pm We would like to extend a warm Buckland welcome to the manager, officials & supporters of Cadbury Heath to Homers Heath for this game, and may your journey home be a safe one! Buckland Athletic would like to take this opportunity to thank all the companies who have adverts in this programme. Your support is very much appreciated Buckland Athletic Football Club would like to point out that some of the contents and views contained in this programme are not necessarily the views of the club. Today’s Front Cover Photo….. LIAM DREW 432 1st Team Appearances, 7goals and still going, a top Yellow.

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Homers Lines wheedle our way through it, as we had started an hour in front of the second car, but the journey still took us a couple of minutes over the three hour mark. The result was rather disappointing, especially in view of the fact that we are definitely trying for a promotion spot into the Southern League South and West Division. But at the moment injuries and people jumping ship hasn't helped our cause. Hello everyone and welcome along to Homers Heath for today's Toolstation Western League Premier Division fixture against Cadbury Heath. It's been a couple of weeks since the last Firstteam game played here, which ended in an odd goal in five win for us over Bridport, which I mention further down the page. At this point I would like to give a big warm Buckland style welcome to today's visitors Cadbury Heath. We hope you all enjoy your short stay with us and will join us in the clubhouse after the final whistle for a bite to eat and a pint, or a soft drink if that's what you prefer, before making a safe journey homewards. We managed to do the double over today's visitors last term with a 3-0 win here at the Heath in front of 126 spectators when our goal scorers with a brace for Charlie Johansen and a solo Simon Revell. The return fixture was a much closer affair with us just edging it by the odd goal in five, with the scorers on that day for us, being a brace for Jared Lewington and a solo from Richard Groves. Coming into today's fixture Cadbury Heath have played just ten fixtures and have accrued eleven points from those games with a thumping 6-1 win last weekend at home to Wells City. We ourselves last weekend travelled to Bitton and lost by the only goal of the game, in a fixture in which we didn't live up to our usual standard and probably didn't deserve anything or perhaps maybe a draw as we had two very good chances to equalise after they had taken the lead with just fifteen minutes left. Only five of us made the journey to Bitton as the second car had to turn back when it encountered terrible congestion on the M5 motorway, we ourselves managed to

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The last away game also was a rather dismal defeat at league newcomers Bridgwater Town when we went down by four goals to one in what was a rather lacklustre and poor performance from our boys, unfortunately in front of a travelling fifty-three spectators who had made the journey on the day to cheer their lads on, but that's gone by It's up and at them from now on. On Tuesday evening we entertained Bridport here at the Heath and to say it was a classic game of two half was certainly not an understatement. We started in great form with fast flowing passing football which cut the opposition to shreds and in this blistering start we scored three goals within the first twenty minutes, as we really gave the visitors a battering. The first goal came from Richard Groves when great work down the left flank by acting skipper Lloyd Gardner had set him up and he made no mistake with his shot in the fourth minute to give us a very quick leg up in this fixture. The lead was doubled in the 11th minute when Gardner again went on a mazy run down the left hand side, and squared the ball into the box where Jared Lewington, this time was on hand to thrash the ball home from close range. It was 3-0 in the 21st minute, when Groves burst through the midfield, beating two or three defenders before making his way into the box and rounding keeper to tap the ball in the far corner, much to the delight of the home faithful. At this stage it was rather embarrassing if you were a visiting spectator as we were running riot and it was almost like watching the Alamo, we went on to hit the post once and the crossbar as we constantly penned the visitors in their last third, and it was a mystery how when the whistle blew at the end of the forty-five minutes we had

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Homers Lines only managed to score three goals considering the dominance we had in the first period. The second period was a completely different kettle of fish as the visitors began to get a grip on the game and work their way back into it, and in fact began to push us back into our last third for lengthy periods. The visitors got a goal midway through the second period when they were awarded a penalty, which from the distance I was away looked a fair decision, this was duly dispatched by Bridport captain Mark Salter to give the visitors an opening back into the game, and they raised their game after this and in fact I was rather concerned that we were having to defend for long periods and seven minutes from time Bridport pulled another goal back when Salter doubled his tally to really put the match in the balance. A nervous final five or six minutes went by before, much to the relief of most of the 125 people watching the game the final whistle sounded. Although that wasn't the end of the action as the visiting goalkeeper Jason Hutchings was shown a red card for something he must have said to the referee as he was leaving the field space of play. The three points from this fixture are very welcome and keeps us up amongst the front runners, as we still chase that promotion spot. The last match played here previous to the Bridport game saw us lose to a useful Bradford town outfit who like ourselves went into the game undefeated, but with us also losing away at Tiverton Town in the St Luke's Bowl and our recent defeat at Bridgwater Town going into the Bridport game we had only won one of the previous four games, our only victory coming away at Cribbs in a 2-1 victory once again in a very close encounter. Since the last Saturday’s home fixture there have been several matches for both the Second and Third Teams with the Second Team losing narrowly away at Elmore in Tiverton, a couple of weeks ago by the only goal of the game, this match in the Devon Premier Cup competition. In the Herald Cup competition our lads beat Barton

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here at Homers Heath 7-0 to move into the next round with the goalscorers on the day being James Colclough with a hat-trick and with one each from Jordan Ewing, Dexter Allsworth, Lee Chapman and Mike Turner. On the 4th October the Second Team suffered a home defeat here at Homers Heath to local rivals Kingsteignton Athletic when they went down by two goals to nil, which meant that Kingsteignton had done the double over us this season, as we had previously lost away to them by the only goal of the game a few weeks ago. This defeat leaves our lads sitting in fourth position in the league table with nine points from five games so far this term, today they are away in the Herald Cup at Roselands FC, who haven't had the best starts to the new campaign in the Premier Division after promotion last term and are currently sitting at the bottom of the table. The Third Team boys were involved in a Devon County cup fixture and travelled away to Broadmeadow FC and came away with a comfortable 2-0 victory with the goals on this occasion coming from Lee Pike and Dan Harry winning this game. This now sees the lads drawn at home in the next round when they will face East Devon side Kentisbeare, this fixture due to be played today and the venue again will be Forches Cross with a 2pm kick-off. Not to be outdone the Ladies First and Second Teams have also been busy with the Ladies First Team beating Exeter City here at the Heath 9-2 in the Woman's FA Cup early in September, this followed on the 24th September with a 9-1 victory here against Middlezoy Rovers who at the time were sitting at the top of the league table, on the 8th October our Ladies travel up to the Bournemouth area in the second round of the FA Cup when they faced New Milton Town and came back with a convincing 4-1 victory to put them into the next round when they will face Brislington from the Bristol area, that game due here at Homers Heath on the 12th November with a 2pm kick-off. However everything is not all wine and roses and the girls made an early exit at the first attempt in the Devon Premier Cup

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Homers Lines Fixture here last Sunday against a very strong looking, Plymouth Argyle side who play their football a league above us, and at times it did show during this game, as they were a very, very useful outfit, but to be fair we did take the game into extra time, forcing ourselves back into the competition to pull back to 3-3 at the end of ninety minutes , with our goals coming from Laura Gough with two and a peach of a free-kick from Helen Chamberlain. But if we are honest the best side won the game on the day with a goal in extra time to move them into the next round. Last Sunday the First Team girls played only their second league game of the season when they travelled to Bristol to face Downend Flyers and came back with a 6-0 victory with our goals coming from Laura Gough and Katie Hine both scoring twice and solos from Gabrielle Trays and Kirsty Caunter. Tomorrow Yeovil Town are the First Teams visitors here with a 2pm kick-off in what should be a good fixture, all welcome £2 entry charge to cover the expenses of the officials. The Second Team ladies have also played several games this term, with their last fixture being last Sunday at Forches Cross when they progressed to the second round of the Devon Women's Supplementary Cup when they beat Lakeside Ladies from the Plymouth area 5-1 to progress to the next round with goals from Melissa Woodmore with two and one each from Emily

Martin, Katie Burtwell and Kelly Legge, now they will face the old enemy Feniton Ladies, once again a game to be played at home, Forches Cross with a 2pm kick-off, the date for that one is the 19th November. The girls also got to the final of their League Cup after beating Shaldon Villa 4-0 in the First Round, and Ilfracombe 10-0, this game a personal triumph for Katie Burtwell, who bagged five goals (myself and Pete Middleweek travelled up to watch that game it was very one-sided and could have been an even bigger score). Unfortunately we lost in the final 3 -1 to Feniton Ladies with once again our goalscorer being Katie Burtwell. Finally today a big thank you to everyone who either contributed or turned up and spent money at the Rowcroft Hospice charity day here last Sunday, which Chris has told me, thanks to everyone's help they raised over £1000, once again a big thank you to everyone who gave up their time or money to help in this good cause. Roy Homer Holmes – Club Chairman A football fan's lament Limerick The day we went to Bitton It really was a Shit en Three hours to get there So no time to spare And we lost to a goal scored by Witton

JP’s Commercial Columns Good afternoon everyone and welcome to Homers Heath for this afternoon's Toolstation Western Premier league fixture against Cadbury Heath. I would like to extend a warm welcome to all Cadbury Heath officials, players and supporters who have

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made the journey down here today. I hope you enjoy your stay and will join us in the clubhouse after the game for a drink. This afternoons fixture has been very kindly sponsored by Southern Lubricants, for which I would like to give a sincerely big thank you to Simon Olford and Ryan Piller for their continued support of our club. I hope your party enjoy your afternoon with us.

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JP’s Commercial Columns Southern Lubricants has been the expert choice in lubricants for more than 25 years. Their extensive client list includes Agusta Westlands, Imerys Minerals, British Ceramic Tile and the RNLI. These companies continue to support Southern Lubricants because of their excellent technical knowledge, comprehensive stock inventory and superior customer service.

Southern Lubricants understand that the quality of the product is at the forefront of your lubrication needs. Their relationships with the leading lubricant brands means that not only do they supply the best products, but they have the technical resources and the expert knowledge to help your team extend tool life, reduce machine downtime and save you money. (See the Southern Lubricants advert in this match day programme) Without the kind support of sponsors like Southern Lubricants our club would not be able to play at this current level. Companies like K2 Hairdressing (Gary & Kate Taylor), The Westward Group (Carl Throgmorton), The Firewatch Group, Wotton Printers (Roger Mann), St Austell Brewery, Macron South West, Viridor, Kastner Volvo (Ben Williamson), Wessex Daf Trucks, Cannon Autobodies (Martin Hill), Fordham Tools (Nigel Fordham), Stuarts Truck and Bus, Eastern Eye, Teign Housing (Simon Glanfield), WBW Solicitors (Justin Osborne), Heltor Fuels, W G Underhill Haulage (Steve Underhill), Mark Hayman Insurance Services, Teignbridge Taxi's (Dan Hooper), Kitson Solicitors, Brunel Supplies, Jazzpower, Devon Garden Machinery and Chief Rentals (Shaun Cunningham) have all been and continue to be long term sponsors of this fine club. If I have left someone out then I apologise, it was not intentional.

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There are also all those kind individuals who very kindly sponsor a player or other things around the club. No matter how small your contribution you can all rest assured that every penny helps. We as a club would like to thank you all very much, it really is most appreciated, I mean that most sincerely. Whilst on the subject of sponsors, some of you may have noticed the new Kitson Solicitors advertising sign at the entrance to the ground. Kitsons have been supporters of the club, ladies and men's teams, for a while now and have recently extended their sponsorship to include the new roadside advertising at the main gate. Thank you for your increased and continued support. Whilst talking about advertising at the main entrance I would like to give a big thank you to Dan Hooper from Teignbridge Taxis who has agreed to extend their sponsorship package for another 12 months. Teignbridge Taxis are the biggest taxi company in Newton Abbot so usually have a car available when you need one. So if you need a taxi in Newton Abbot please call 01626 333333 and they will be happy to help you. The area around the main entrance really is a great advertising spot which gives maximum exposure to those that want to advertise their business there. So If anyone would like to advertise at the entrance to the club please contact me at jpbafc@hotmail.com or call me on 07836 774048 and I will be happy to quote you a very competitive price. Some of you may have noticed the new club Facebook page, well now we also have a brand new club website. Please go to www.bucklandathletic.com to see the new site. Expertly put together by Jamie Sinclair and his dedicated team at 'What's On magazine, it is still being built although there is already a fair amount of content, with loads more to come.

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JP’s Commercial Columns Thank you Jamie, you are doing a fantastic job, keep up the good work. Attendances are up slightly this year, which I firmly believe is down to the extra advertising being done in and around the Newton Abbot area. Combined with our superb Twitter feed, we now also have a modern well-presented Facebook page and superb Website. These things along with the big A4 size fixture lists which are circulated to over one hundred pubs and shops in the South Devon area every three months are

certainly having a positive effect. That's about it for this week folks, we are back here at Homers Heath next Saturday 11th November when the visitors will be Bradford Town in what should be a cracking FA Vase tie. Enjoy the game everyone, thank you for your support and don't forget....UP THE BUCKS...!! JP John Piller - Commercial Director

Manager’s Say Good afternoon, Welcome to today's league fixture against Cadbury Heath which starts a run of three home games, today and two cup games over the next two Saturday's. Today we will be trying to get our league

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campaign on track after last week's disappointing loss to Bitton. It was a close game and we had a couple of chances to take the lead and defended well but we were undone by an unstoppable free kick and after a late charge we were unable to get anything from the game. It was disappointing but we will certainly be pushing to get three points today . Enjoy the game, Ellis.

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Contributor’s towards the 1st Team Travelling Fund

Adam Seedhouse Harrison & -Evans Jenson Monty

Ken Griffiths

Keith Underwood

Liam Head

Chris Holmes

Cliff Walters

Karl Green

Pete Middleweek

Marc Revell

Daniel Griffiths

Barry Glanfield

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Liam Drew

Roger Madge

Jo McKenna

Cameron Kelly

Graham & Denis

Rose Glanfield

Nick Rudge

Colin Taylor

Lloyd Gardner Melvyn Treeby Richard Groves Nick Hancock

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Contributor’s towards the 1st Team Travelling Fund

Jared Lewington

Piggy’s Pantry

Adam Castle

Gavin Hammon

Dan & Francis

Kingsley Burrows

Steve Burrows

Si Laughton

Steve Feasby

Steve Giles

Charlie H - RIP

Pete Morgan

Si Revell

Bob Hext

Shane Gill

Charlie Johansen

Dave Mullins

Chris Wright

Jordan Ewing

Ellis Laight

John Piller

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Our Visitors Today - Cadbury Heath Ground Springfield Telephone 07971 399268 Founded 1894 Nickname The Heathens Colours All Red Change Yellow & Blue League Western League, Premier Division 2016-17 Western League Premier Division, 11th Postcode BS30 8BX Website www.pitchero.com/clubs/ cadburyheathfc/ Directions M5-M4-M32 Exit 1 follow signs for ring road, exit roundabout for Cadbury Heath left, 100m mini roundabout straight across, 400m mini roundabout turn right into Tower Road North, 150m turn right into Cadbury Heath Road, ground 50m on right via Cadbury Heath Social Club car park. Twitter @CadburyHeathFC HONOURS Western Football League Division One Champions: 2011–12 Gloucestershire County League Champions 1970–71, 1971–72, 1972–73, 1973– 74, 1993–94, 1997–98, 1998–99 Runners-up 1974–75, 1990–91, 1991–92, 1999– 2000 Les Phillips Cup Runners-up: 2010–11 CADBURY HEATH FOOTBALL CLUB (THE HEATHENS) The Club was first established in 1894 by Cadbury Heath Adult School (later to be known as Cadbury Heath Primary School) when Cadbury Heath was just a little narrow, one-street village, way outside the boundaries of Bristol. Our first pitch was situated at Mill Lane, changing in the Social Club and heating up water for tin baths. With a break for the War years, and the transferring to what is now Coronation Park, we progressed from the Bristol & District League to Division Two of the Bristol Premier Combination, and then to Division One in 1961, after winning the GFA Junior Cup in 1950. In the 60’s the team (only a first team then) built their own baths at the Social Club. This period of success coincided

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with the renting of our present ground – Springfield – for £10 per annum from a local farmer and President Jim Warner. This was then an open pasture land with cows, a rope had to be put around the playing area. It had no Electricity Water or Drainage. The tea bar was a garden shed. The offer to purchase for £250 was short-sighted declined, as the field was later sold as part of major development land and only intense lobbying led by the then Chairman, Mike Packer persuaded the Council to allocate Springfield as part of Public Open Space leased to the Football Club for dual use. This has meant that we have not been entirely masters of our own destiny. Even so, Gloucestershire county League championship in 1971-72, 1972-73, 73 74 and runners up 74/75 at the same time winning the GFA Senior Amateur Cup in 1972/73 73/74 and 197475, under Ralph Miller’s Management. The success pushed the club into joining the Midland Combination after being turned down by the Western League due to the dressing rooms being situated too far from the pitch (what is now the Social Club bottle store). A stand was built for the requirement of the Midland Combination (with tea bar). After finishing fifth and reaching the quarter finals of the FA Vase with a crowd of 2,000 at Springfield, and more listening live on local Radio Bristol for the tie against Billericay Town from Essex, the Manager left after a disagreement with the committee, and took most of the players, to Cinderford Town. This shook the club to the core, we were relegated and had to drop two divisions to the Avon Premier Combination (we were founder members) there was no `Pyramid System’ in force. A slow recovery took place, half time rooms being built, then a terrapin to provide on-pitch dressing rooms, taking advantage of newly laid drains for the new houses, a water supply, and electricity for training floodlights. Elected back into the Gloucestershire County League in 1984 a reserve team was started in 1988 ran by John Clarke formed from CHYMCA the first team finished as runners-up in the County League in 1990. The Managers in this period were Bob

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Our Visitors Today - Cadbury Heath Williams, Dave Pitman, Les Allan, John Harris, Andy Stone, Keith Cottrell, Brian Knighton, Mike Ratcliffe, and Chris Stone. We celebrated our Centenary by winning the League Championship for the fifth time in 1994, under the consistent managership of Brian Knighton, and we continued to dominate the league once again. Continued improvement on and off the field saw new dressing rooms built on the ground in 1997, a youth academy started under Malcolm Knowlson and a new terrapin replaced the one for the youth section formed from an amalgamation with local youth football club, Grimsbury Rangers. After winning the Gloucestershire County League for a record sixth time, under the management of Andy Black, an application to join the Western League was again turned down due to the lack of a fence. Andy then left the club to join Bitton and Steve Plenty was appointed Manager along with Lee Knighton. After a public open meeting and a long battle with the Council, the fence was finally erected at a cost of £15,000 funded by Cadbury Heath Football Club. Steve and Lee’s first season in charge got runners up spot, of which consequently secured our election to the Toolstation Western League at long last! After 2 seasons in charge, Steve Plenty stood down due to family commitments and Lee Knighton took over the hot seat for a season and then the reigns were handed over to his assistant, Glen Smart, who consolidated our position for four seasons. Lee Knighton took over as First Team Manager for his second spell and appointed Andy Weeks as

his assistant in season 2005/6, also that year Steve Plenty became Chairman when Dave Smart stood down. After five years of planning tribulations Floodlights were successfully installed at the end of season 2008/2009 this being Phase one of Heaths redevelopment plan, being largely due to the efforts of Chairman Steve Plenty. The Heath and The Social Club went their separate ways in season 2011/12. Andy Black joined the club for his third spell in season 2010/11 appointing Glenn Smart as his assistant culminating in the first division championship and promotion to the Premier Div. in season 2011/12. Then followed two good seasons in the premier division with the last two seasons being a period of trying to rebuild the side after most of the original players either retiring or moving on to higher level football. Phase two, is in the planning stage which is for a new dressing room facility incorporating a new clubhouse & new 100 seat stand with a covered area for a further 100. During season 2015-2016 Roger Coke joined the club as coach. Season 2016-2017 starts with a new first team coach Phillip Bater Ex Bristol Rovers and the introduction of a U18 side who will be playing in the Bristol & Glos U18 league. Mid season Rob Mallett joined the coaching staff to assist Andy Black. First team won the GFA Challenge Trophy beating Fairfield Town 4-3 0n penalties. End of season Andy Black resigned as manager and became director of football. Season 2017-2018, Rob Mallett was appointed first team manager.

Buck’s Ed’s Look At Cadbury Heath We would like to give a very big warm Buckland welcome to Cadbury Heath for this Toolstation Western League Premier Division game this afternoon. We would like to welcome their manager, their players, club officials and of course their supporters that have made the journey to Devon this today. We hope that they all enjoy their time here at Homers Heath and will make use of the facilities that we have to offer and later on have a safe journey home.

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The new 2017-18 league campaign began on the 7th August away at Melksham Town, and they fell to their first defeat 4-0, another defeat followed, this time at home against Bridport 4-1, S McElroy scoring. It was a third consecutive league defeat when they were beaten away at Cribbs 3-0, but they secured their first win on the 23rd August at home against Hallen, winning 5-2, A Campbell and S Tong both getting two each and M Huxley scoring. But another defeat .

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Buck’s Ed’s Look At Cadbury Heath followed when they were beaten away at Bitton 3 -1, Tong scoring, and they picked up another point with a 1-1 draw away at Clevedon Town, Tong again on the scoresheet. Their next league game was on the 27th September, winning 4-3 at home against bottom side Longwell Green Sports, L Shipp with two, S McElroy and an own goal. Another point came in a 0-0 draw at home against Odd Down (Bath) but were then beaten at home 4-0 by high flyers Street. They recorded their biggest win this season on Saturday at home against strugglers Wells City, winning this game 6-1, S Tong with two, K lee, S McElroy and J Camm all scoring. They were also in action Tuesday evening away at Brislington, with this ending in a 1-1 draw, McElroy scoring.

Huxley scoring. In the FA Vase 1st Qualifying Round they were at home against South West Peninsula League Division One West (Step Seven) St Blazey and they ran out 3-1 winners, Huxley, McElroy and Tong all scoring. In the 2 nd Qualifying Round they were at home against Shepton Mallet and they won that 3-1 too, J Camm, Huxley and L Shipp scoring. In the 1st Round they were away at Wantage Town from the Hellenic League Premier Division, and they exited the competition, beaten 4-3, Tong got two and McElroy scoring. In the Les Phillips Cup Preliminary Round they were at home against Division One side Bishop Sutton and they ran out easy winners 5-0, S Bailey, A Campbell, Huxley, K Lee and A Bamford all scoring in this tie. In the 1st Round they will be at home against another side from Division One, Chard Town on the 18th November.

They arrive here at Homer s in sixteen place in the Premier Division table having now played eleven games, winning three, drawing three, losing five, scoring nineteen, conceding twentysix, gaining twelve points and have lost just once in their last six league games. At home they have played six games, winning three, drawing one, losing two, scoring sixteen, conceding fourteen, gaining ten points, whilst away they have played five games, drawing two, losing three, scoring three, conceding twelve, gaining two points, and they started their away games by losing the first three league games on their travels. They have attracted 358 spectators to their six home games at an average of 59.66, their highest attendance being 82 when they played Street on the 28th October, their lowest was 42 on the 28th October when they thrashed Wells City.

After todays they will be at home against Clevedon Town on the 11th November, and in five Premier meetings they have collected eleven points, and are unbeaten against them, At home they have won one, drawn one, scoring five, conceding one, gaining four points, and in last season’s corresponding game it ended in a 4-0 win for them. They are then away at Bradford Town, and in six Premier matches they have collected just one point, away they have drawn one, lost two, scoring four, conceding nine, gaining that one point, and in last season’s meeting there it was a 1-1 draw. They are then at home in the Les Phillip’s Cup 1st Round against Division One side Chard Town on the 18th November.

They started the FA Cup in the Extra-Preliminary at home against Longwell Green Sports, and they ran out easy winners 4-1, McElroy and Tong getting two each. Into the Preliminary Round at they were at home again, this time against Yate Town from the Southern League Division One (South & West Division-Step Four) and they enjoyed a 1-0 win, Tong scoring the all-important goal. In the 1st Qualifying Round they were away at Bridport, with this encounter ending in a 2-2 draw, G Boom and McElroy scoring, in the replay at home they were beaten 3-2, McElroy and M

This is their sixth season in the Western League Premier Division, and they finished their first season in fourth place, the second was a thirteenth place finish, in 2014-15 it was a twelfth place finish, 2015-16 they finished up in twelfth place again, and then last season 2016-17 they managed one place higher, eleventh. To date they have played 201 games, winning 82, drawing 32, losing 87, scoring 393, conceding 394, gaining 275 points, which means they have won 41% of those games, drawn 15%, lost 44%, scoring 1.96 goals per game, conceding 1.97 goals per game,

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Buck’s Ed’s Look At Cadbury Heath and collecting 1.37 points per game. At home they have played 101 games, winning 45, drawing 17, losing 39, scoring 209, conceding 192, and gaining 152 points, this means they have won 45% of those games, drawn 17%, lost 38%, scoring 2,06 goals per game, conceding . Whilst away they have played 100 games, winning 37, drawing 15, losing 48, scoring 182, conceding 200, and gaining 126 points and means they have won 37% of those games, drawing 14%, losing 49%, scoring 1.82 goals per game, conceding 2,01 goals per game, collecting 1.26 goals per game. Western 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18

P 38 40 36 38 38 11 201

W D L F A P 22 4 12 85 53 70 15 5 20 77 80 50 15 5 16 71 83 47 11 10 17 66 77 43 16 5 17 75 75 53 3 3 5 19 26 12 82 32 87 393 394 275

GD 32 -3 -12 -11 0 -7 -1

League Premier and Division One, they have played 656 games, winning 266, drawing 134, losing 256, scoring 1192, conceding 1117, and gaining 789 points, which means they have won 41% of those games, drawing 20%, losing 39%, scoring 1.82 goals per game, conceding 1.70 goals per game, collecting 1.20 points per game.. P W Premier 201 82

D 32

L 87

F 393

A P GD 394 275 -1

Division 456 184 103 169 800 724 515 76 657 266 135 256 1193 1118 790 75 They spent twelve seasons in the Western League Division One, with their best season being the 2011-12 when they were crowned champions and thus won promotion into the Premier Division for the first time. They started life in this division in the 2000-01 season, in which they finished in 17th place which was the lowest they ever finished. In this time they played a total of 456 games, winning 184, drawing 103, losing 169, scoring 800, conceding 724, and gaining 515 points.

P 4th 13th 12th 12th 11th

So in total in their seasons in both the Western

Cadbury Heath’s League Statistics 2017-18 5-Aug FA Cup E-P 7-Aug League 12-Aug League 15-Aug League 19-Aug FA Cup P 23-Aug League

Home Away Home Away Home Home

Longwell Green Sports Melksham Town Bridport Cribbs Yate Town Hallen

W L L L W W

4-1 4-0 1-4 3-0 1-0 5-2

26-Aug L Phillips P Home 29-Aug League Away 6-Sep League Away 9-Sep FA Vase 1st Q Home 16-Sep FA Cup 1st Q Away 20-Sep FA Cup 1st Q Home 23-Sep FA Vase 2nd Q Home 27-Sep League Home 30-Sep League Home 7-Oct League Home 11-Oct G County C Home 21-Oct FA Vase 1st Away 28-Oct League Home 31-Oct League Away

Bishop Sutton Bitton Clevedon Town St Blazey Bridport Bridport Shepton Mallet Longwell Green Sports Odd Down (Bath) Street AEK Boco Wantage Wells City Brislington

W L D W D L W W D L W L W D

5-0 3-1 1-1 3-1 2-2 2-3 3-1 4-3 0-0 0-4 3-1 4-3 6-1 1-1

S McElroy 2, S Tong 2 S McElroy S Tong A Campbell 2, S Tong 2, M Huxley S Bailey, A Campbell, M Huxley, K Lee, A Bamford S Tong S Tong M Huxley, S McElroy, S Tong G Boom, S McElroy S McElroy, M Huxley J Camm, M Huxley, L Shipp L Shipp 2, S McElroy

M Huxley 2, S Tong S Tong 2, S McElroy S Tong 2, K Lee, S McElroy, J Camm S McElroy

112 354 47 62 122 72 34 98 71 80 262 203 69 58 57 82 65 42 60


Cadbury Heath’s League Statistics 2017-18 Home Away Total Overall

Home

P W 6 3 5 0 11 3 1 L 21

D 1 2 3

L 2 3 5

2 L 22

F A Pts 16 14 10 3 12 2 19 26 12

3 L 23

4 W 24

5 L 25

1

2

3

4

5

6

47

72

58

57

82

42

GD 2 -9 -7 6 D 26

7

1

2

3

4

5

6

Home

L W W D L W

Away

L

7 W 27

8

8 D 28

9

L

8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

11

10 W 30

12

11 D 31

13

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

19

20

Total

Ave

358

59.6

14

15

16

17

18

Cadbury Heath’s WL Premier Division History Barnstaple Town Bishop Sutton Bitton Bradford Town Bridport Brislington Bristol Manor Farm Buckland Athletic Chipping Sodbury Town Clevedon Town Cribbs Gillingham Town Hallen Hengrove Athletic Ilfracombe Town LarkhallAthletic Longwell Green Sports Melksham Town Odd Down (Bath) Radstock Town Shepton Mallet Sherborne Town Slimbridge Street Wells City Welton Rovers Willand Rovers Winterborne United

20

L D D

9 L 29

10

7

P W D 4 2 0 6 1 0 11 1 1 6 0 0 11 4 1 11 3 0 10 0 1 10 1 0 2 1 0 5 1 1 5 1 1 10 2 0 11 1 0 2 1 0 4 0 2 4 0 1 11 4 2 11 1 2 11 2 3 4 2 0 6 0 2 8 4 0 4 2 0 11 3 0 5 2 0 2 1 0 10 3 0 6 2 0

L 0 2 3 3 1 2 4 4 0 0 0 3 5 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 3 1 0 2 1

F 7 2 4 5 14 9 4 13 2 5 2 4 8 3 1 2 17 14 14 4 6 16 5 13 11 1 15 8

A W D 3 1 0 7 2 0 10 2 0 9 0 1 9 2 1 7 0 2 15 2 3 14 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 11 1 0 13 4 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 4 0 0 10 3 0 11 2 1 12 3 1 1 1 0 7 2 1 5 2 1 2 0 0 17 2 0 8 1 0 0 1 0 8 0 1 6 1 1

L 1 1 4 2 2 4 0 4 0 0 3 4 1 1 0 2 2 3 1 1 0 1 2 3 1 0 4 1

F 4 8 6 4 11 6 11 4 2 8 3 7 16 2 4 1 11 11 10 5 6 6 1 9 6 5 6 9

A 3 5 14 9 8 11 7 13 1 3 10 17 8 3 1 3 7 16 8 2 4 5 3 10 4 2 15 8

201 45 17 39 209 192 37 15 48 182 200

P 9 9 10 1 20 11 10 4 6 11 4 9 15 3 8 1 23 12 19 9 9 19 6 15 9 6 10 10 278

GD 5 -2 -14 -9 8 -3 -7 -10 3 9 -6 -17 3 2 3 -4 11 -2 4 6 1 12 1 -5 5 4 -2 3 -1


Buckland Athletic’s Record Versus Cadbury Heath The first time we met in the Western League Premier Division was in what was both our first season at Step Five, that was the 2012-13 season. We played them away first on the 29th September and we were heavily beaten by them 6-1, L Moseley with our goal. Our team that day was: K Griffiths, Edwards, D Gaze, C Kelly, D Stevens, D Lewis, L Moseley, B Carter, M Booth, G Hammon, C Wright, with the substitutes being J Mudge, L Horrocks and A Lynch, with both B Carter and M Booth receiving bookings. The home game here at Homers Heath was on the 19th January, and it ended in a 2-2 draw, with G Hammon getting both those goals. The team that played that day was: K Griffiths, L Head, D Gaze, K Green, L Horrocks, D Lewis, S Revell, M Booth, G Hammon, C Wright, D Stevens, with the substitutes being J Mudge and B Carter, with K Green getting a yellow card. In the second season, 2013-14, and the first meeting was here at Homers Heath on the 22nd February and we won for the first time against them, 2-1, G Hammon getting both those goals. The team that played that day was: T Buckler, L Drew, G Fisher, M Booth, C Roles, A Jeannin, J Havlin, C Kelly, G Hammon, L Head, J Micklewright, with substitutes being D Griffiths, M Beer and E Laight, and there were four cautions, L Drew, M Booth, J Havlin and C Kelly. The return game away there was on the 15th March and we won this game 2-0, G Hammon and S Revell scoring. The team that played that day was: T Buckler, L Drew, G Fisher, M Booth, C Roles, A Jeannin, E Laight, M Revell, G Hammon, L Head, S Revell, with the substitutes being C Kelly and G Denbow, with both G Fisher and M Revell being cautioned. In the 2014-15 season it was an away game first, on the 29th November and we won this game 4-3, G Hammon with two (his third brace against this opposition), a J Havlin penalty and M Booth. The team that played that day was: T

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Buckler, B Head, D Griffiths, J Lewingtion, L Head, S Gill, N Rudge, G Hammon, J Havlin, L Perrin g, with the substitutes being S Laughton, E Laight and K Parkin, with J Lewington and J Havlin being cautioned. We played them at home here on the 7th March and we won this game 3-0, L Gardner getting two and S Revell scoring. The team that played was: G Fisher, S Gill, M Revell, S Revell, L Drew, J Lewington, D Griffiths, N Rudge, G Hammon, L Gardner, M Booth, with the substitutes being D Gaze, E Laight and L Head. In the 2015-16 season we first met at Homers Heath on the 30th March, and we won this game 3-1 in front of a crowd of 107, with Shane Gill, Nick Rudge and Simon Revell scoring. The team that played was: Tom Buckler, Shane Gill, Dan Griffiths, Simon Laughton, Liam Head, Nick Rudge, Gavin Hammon, Andy Robertson, Simon Revell, Jared Lewington, Lloyd Gardner, substitutes being Charlie Johansen who replaced Gardner, Liam Moseley replaced Lewington and George Buckmaster replaced Revell. The away meeting between us was on the 27 th April and we won this one 4-2, in front of a crowd 38, our scorers being Ellis Laight, Andy Robertson, Gavin Hammon and Charlie Johansen. The team that played this day was Tom Buckler, Shane Gill, Nick Milton, Simon Laughton, Liam Head, Andy Robertson, N Rudge, Simon Revell, Gavin Hammon, Ellis Laight, Lloyd Gardner, with substitutes Johansen who replaced Revell, Lewis Perring replaced Rudge and Liam Moseley replaced Hammon. Onto 2016-17 season, and we played them at home here at Homers Heath first on the 7th February, and ran out 3-0 winners, C Johansen getting two and Si Revell also scoring, with the attendance being 125. The team that played was: G Fisher, C Walters, K Green, S Laughton, L Head, D Griffiths, S Revell, C Johansen, J Lewington, L Gardner, with substitutes’ Perring replacing Drew and R Dabbs replaced S Revell.

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Buckland Athletic’s Record Versus Cadbury Heath We played them away on the 8th April and won this game 3-2, J Lewington netting a brace and R Groves, and the attendance was 62. The team that played was: G Fisher, G Buckmaster, C Clifford, N Rudge, K Green, L Head, D Griffiths, R Groves, C Johansen, L Gardner, with R Groves receiving a caution. So in ten Premier Division meetings we have collected twenty-five points, winning eight, drawing one, losing one, scoring twenty-four, conceding fifteen. At home we have played five times, winning four, drawing one, scoring ten, conceding four, gaining thirteen points, whilst away in five games, winning four, losing one, scoring fourteen, conceding eleven, gaining twelve points. HOME AWAY TOTAL

P

W

D

L

5 5 10

4 4 8

1 0 1

0 10 4 1 14 11 1 24 15

F

A

GD

P

6 3 9

13 12 25

ATTENDANCE

1

2 3 4 5 TOTAL AVE 93 96 107 125 599 119.8 AWAY 96 35 62 38 62 293 58.6 HOME 178

1 2 3 4 D W W W AWAY L W W W OVERALL L D W W HOME

5 6 7 8 9 10 W W W W W W W W

V

Toolstation Western League Statistics PREMIER DIVISION LEADING GOAL SCORERS (League only): Gary Higdon, Melksham Town – 16 Jared Lewington, Buckland Athletic – 11 Steve Murray, Street – 11 Richard Groves, Buckland Athletic – 9 David O’Hare, Street – 9 Ben Dowdell, Cribbs - 9 PREMIER DIVISION TOP ATTENDANCES: Melksham Town 3-0 Odd Down, Monday 14th August 2017 – 392 Melksham Town 4-0 Cadbury Heath, Monday 7th August 2017 - 354 Melksham Town 2-0 Hengrove Athletic, Saturday 30th September 2017 - 343 FIRST DIVISION LEADING GOAL SCORERS (League only): Dhani Golding, Bristol Telephones – 11

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Buckland Athletic 1st Team League History D & E Senior 3 87-88 D & E Senior 2 88-89 D & E Senior 1 89-90 D & E Senior 1 90-91 D & E Senior 1 91-92 D & E Premier 92-93 D & E Premier 93-94 D & E Premier 94-95 D & E Premier 95-96 D & E Premier 96-97 D & E Premier 97-98 D & E Premier 98-99 D & E Premier 99-00 Devon League 00-01 Devon League 01-02 Devon League 02-03 Devon League 03-04 Devon League 04-05 Devon League 05-06 Devon League 06-07 SWPL Premier 07-08 SWPL Premier 08-09 SWPL Premier 09-10 SWPL Premier 10-11 SWPL Premier 11-12 WL Premier 12-13 WL Premier 13-14 WL Premier 14-15 WL Premier 15-16 WL Premier 16-17 WL Premier 17-18

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P 28 26 24 24 28 26 28 30 26 28 28 26 28 38 38 38 40 40 38 38 34 36 36 38 38 38 40 36 38 38 14 1006

W 10 10 3 9 7 6 7 13 9 8 12 10 13 11 10 13 10 10 8 6 5 10 16 17 15 8 7 12 14 14 6 309

D 3 0 4 1 3 1 4 1 1 3 0 3 0 5 4 3 5 6 5 3 4 5 2 1 3 6 7 1 1 2 1 88

L 1 3 5 2 4 6 3 1 3 3 2 0 1 3 5 3 5 4 6 10 8 3 0 1 1 5 6 5 4 3 1 107

F 44 37 17 34 30 32 32 42 43 44 51 49 64 61 50 49 39 39 32 27 29 38 67 74 61 49 33 45 48 55 18 1333

A 16 20 23 16 16 34 22 10 15 21 18 5 5 29 29 22 28 22 30 35 27 17 18 23 22 28 23 16 17 21 10 638

W 11 7 5 5 7 5 9 11 5 11 8 9 11 13 9 10 11 9 6 7 3 11 11 14 13 7 9 11 10 12 3 273

D 1 3 4 2 3 5 1 2 4 0 2 2 1 0 5 3 1 6 1 2 3 4 4 2 2 4 3 1 5 3 1 81

L 2 3 3 5 4 3 4 2 4 3 4 2 2 6 5 6 8 5 12 10 11 3 3 3 4 8 8 6 4 4 2 148

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F 49 30 19 23 29 31 42 44 34 35 38 30 44 46 41 39 47 39 31 30 24 41 54 57 62 28 39 45 43 43 14 1172

A 21 22 17 17 23 24 26 16 26 15 17 9 11 25 30 25 35 30 52 36 39 22 28 26 34 31 28 25 17 28 13 768

P 67 54 32 45 48 39 53 75 47 60 64 62 73 77 66 75 69 69 48 44 31 72 87 96 89 55 58 71 78 83 29 1914

GD 56 25 -4 24 20 5 26 60 36 43 54 65 92 53 32 41 23 26 -19 -14 -13 40 75 82 67 18 21 49 57 49 9 1098

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1st Team Fixtures, Results and Scorers 2017-18 5-Aug 8-Aug 12-Aug 15-Aug 22-Aug 26-Aug 29-Aug 2-Sep 9-Sep 16-Sep 19-Sep 23-Sep 30-Sep 7-Oct 17-Oct 28-Oct 4-Nov 11-Nov 18-Nov 25-Nov 9-Dec 16-Dec 23-Dec 26-Dec 30-Dec 6-Jan 13-Jan 27-Jan 3-Feb 10-Feb 17-Feb 24-Feb 3-Mar 10-Mar 17-Mar 24-Mar 30-Mar 2-Apr 7-Apr 14-Apr 21-Apr 28-Apr

Home Home Away Home Home Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Away Home Away Home Home Home Away Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Away Away Home Away Away Home Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home

FA Cup E-P League League League League League League League League League St Lukes League League League League League League FA Vase 2nd L Phillips 1st League League League League League League League League League League League League League League League League League League League League League League League

Bodmin Town Wellington Chipping Sodbury Town Shepton Mallet Wells City Brislington Street Melksham Town Longwell Green Sports Clevedon Town Tiverton Town Bradford Town Cribbs Bridgwater Town Bridport Bitton Cadbury Heath Bradford Town Corsham Town Hengrove Athletic Wellington Chipping Sodbury Town Shepton Mallet Willand Rovers Wells City Street Melksham Town Bridport Clevedon Town Odd Down (Bath) Brislington Hallen Bitton Bridgwater Town Cadbury Heath Cribbs Willand Rovers Hengrove Athletic Odd Down (Bath) Hallen Bradford Town Longwell Green Sports

169 122 97 116 145 116 136 161 112 154 109 149 49 201 125 51 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm

L W W W W W D D W W L L W L W L

2-3 3-2 3-4 1-0 2-1 4-1 3-3 2-2 1-4 2-0 8-0 1-2 1-2 4-1 3-2 1-0

Gardner, Si Revell Groves 2 (1 Pen), Kelly Johansen, Groves, Wright, Lewington Johansen Lewington, Rudge Lewington 2, Groves 2 (1 pen) Johansen, Gardner, Lewington Lewington, Head Groves 2 (1 pen), Gardner, Wright Lewington 2 Lewington Carter, Rudge Lewington Groves 2, Lewington


Buckland Athletic 1st Team Statistics 2017-18 P W 8 6 6 3 14 9

Home Away Total P 6

W 3 W

Overall

D 0 L 1 W 21

Player R Groves

D 1 1 2 L 3 W 2 W 22

L 1 2 3

F A Pts 18 10 19 14 13 10 32 23 29

1

11 2

3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 4th 3rd 3rd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd

6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Home W W W W D W L W Away W D W W L L

F 9 L

A 10 W

Pts GD 9 -1 L

3 W 23

4 W 24

5 W 25

League 9 C Johansen

J Lewington

GD 8 1 9

C Wright 4

5

6

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

6 D 26

7 D 27

8 W 28

9 W 29

10 L 30

11 W 31

12 L 32

13 W 33

14 L 34

17

18

19

20

35

36

37

38

39

40

1 L Gardner

2 B Carter

2 N Rudge

2 L Head

1

7

LEAGUE Full Sub Goals A Seedhouse-Evans 1 1 C Walters 1 L Drew 12 N Rudge 13 1 2 C Kelly 10 1 L Head 10 1 S Revell 1 4 R Groves 13 9 C Wright 3 5 2 J Lewington 14 11 L Gardner 12 2 C Johansen 13 2 3 M Clenahan 1 N Barker 6 K Green 7 K Griffiths 13 S Laughton 8 L Perring 1 E Laight 1 S Beattie 3 J Down 1 2 J Ewing 1 D Griffiths 6 2 M McCann 1 B Carter 6 1 G Hammon 2

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3 C Kelly

8

9

10

11

12 13 14

15

16

CUP Yell Red Full Sub Goals 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 4 1 2 1 1 1 3 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

1

1

1 1 2

1 1

1 TOTAL 29

17

Home 122 116 145 116 161 154 149 125

2017-18

15

18

19

20

Total

Ave

1088

136

L/C ALL TIME Yell Red Total Goals Appear Goals 4 4 3 33 13 432 7 15 2 110 7 11 100 1 10 12 181 5 7 306 78 14 53 9 24 10 101 2 56 16 118 11 73 14 117 3 33 17 87 4 24 3 3 6 7 8 133 1 13 100 8 112 8 1 64 3 1 120 3 3 4 4 1 1 8 1 9 141 8 2 2 6 1 66 1 2 365 214

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Team That Played 2017-18 1 1 DATE

5-Aug 8-Aug 12-Aug 15-Aug 22-Aug 26-Aug 29-Aug 2-Sep 9-Sep 16-Sep 19-Sep

Away LEAGUE/CUP OPPONENTS

Home FA Cup E-P Home League Away League Home League Home League Home League Away League Home League Away League Home League Away St Lukes

Bodmin Town Wellington Chipping Sodbury Town Shepton Mallet Wells City Brislington Street Melksham Town Longwell Green Sports Clevedon Town Tiverton Town

169 122 97 116 145 117 136 161 112 154 109

23-Sep 30-Sep 7-Oct 17-Oct 28-Oct 4-Nov 11-Nov 18-Nov 25-Nov 9-Dec 16-Dec 23-Dec 26-Dec 30-Dec 6-Jan 13-Jan 27-Jan 3-Feb 10-Feb 17-Feb 24-Feb 3-Mar 10-Mar 17-Mar

Home League Bradford Town Away League Cribbs Away League Bridgwater Town Home League Bridport Away League Bitton Home League Cadbury Heath Home FA Vase 2nd Bradford Town Home L Phillips 1 Corsham Town Away League Hengrove Athletic Away League Wellington Home League Chipping Sodbury Town Away League Shepton Mallet Home League Willand Rovers Away League Wells City Home League Street Away League Melksham Town Away League Bridport Away League Clevedon Town Home League Odd Down (Bath) Away League Brislington Away League Hallen Home League Bitton Home League Bridgwater Town Away League Cadbury Heath

147 49 201 125 51 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm

24-Mar 30-Mar 2-Apr 7-Apr 14-Apr 21-Apr 28-Apr

Home League Away League Home League Away League Home League Away League Home League

3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 3pm

Cribbs Willand Rovers Hengrove Athletic Odd Down (Bath) Hallen Bradford Town Longwell Green Sports

L W W W W W D D W W L L W L W L

22

33 Drew Barker Perring Drew Barker Drew Barker Drew S Revell

Griffiths S-Evans

Walters Drew Drew Laughton Drew Laughton Drew Laughton Green Laughton Walters

Griffiths

Laughton

Drew

Griffiths Griffiths Griffiths Griffiths

Drew Drew Drew Walters

D Griffiths D Griffiths Barker Drew

RESULTS

2-3 3-2 3-4 1-0 2-1 4-1 3-3 2-2 1-4 2-0 8-0 1-2 1-2 4-1 3-2 1-0

S-Evans S-Evans Griffiths Griffiths Griffiths Griffiths Griffiths Griffiths Griffiths

Barker Gardner


44

55

66

77

88

99

10 10

Rudge Rudge Rudge Rudge Rudge 1 Rudge Rudge Rudge Rudge

Kelly 1 Laight Kelly Kelly Beattie Beattie Beattie Kelly

Head Head Head Head Head Head Head Head 1 Head

S Revell Groves Wright Lewington Green Groves 2 Johansen Lewington Wright 1 Groves 1 Johansen 1 Lewington 1 Green Groves Johansen 1 Lewington Green Groves Wright Lewington 1 Kelly Groves 2 Johansen Lewington 2 Kelly Groves Johansen 1 Lewington 1 Kelly Groves Johansen Lewington 1 D Griffiths Groves 2 Wright 1 Lewington

Rudge McCann

Kelly Cllenahan

Head Green

Carter D Griffiths

Rudge

Green

Head

Carter

Rudge 1 Rudge Carter Rudge

Green Kelly Green Kelly

Kelly

Groves Down

Johansen Lewington 2

Johansen

Wright

11 11 Gardner 1 Gardner Gardner Gardner Gardner Down Gardner 1 Gardner Gardner 1

12 12 Johansen (9) 1

14 14

1515

Clenanan (2)

Wright (9) S Revell (11) Wright (9) S Revell (8)

Johansen (9)

Ewing (9) Down (9) D Griffiths (8) Joansen (9)

Down (2)

McCann (4)

Gardner D Griffiths (8) Wright (9) S Revell Lewington (9) Head (2)

D Griffiths Johansen Lewington 1 Gardner S Revell (6) Wright (9) Laughton Carter 1 Groves Johansen Lewington Gardner Clenahan (5) S Revell (11) Laughton Carter Groves Johansen Lewington 1 Gardner Hammon (11) Laughton D Griffiths Groves 2 Johansen Lewington 1 Gardner Hammon (9) Rudge (8) Barker Carter Groves Johansen Lewington D Griffiths Hammon(9)

Wright (10)


Buckland Athletics' Western League Premier History Barnstaple Town Bishop Sutton Bitton Bradford Town Bridgwater Town Bridport Brislington Bristol Manor Farm Cadbury Heath Chipping Sodbury Town Clevedon Town Cribbs Gillingham Town Hallen Hengrove Athletic Ilfracombe Town Larkhall Athletic Longwell Green Sports Melksham Town Odd Down (Bath) Radstock Town Slimbridge Shepton Mallet Sherborne Town Street Wellington Wells City Welton Rovers Willand Rovers Winterborne United

2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18

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P 4 6 11 7 1 11 11 10 10 3 5 5 10 10 2 4 4 11 11 10 4 4 7 8 11 1 5 2 10 6

W 2 1 3 2 0 5 3 2 4 1 2 1 3 4 1 0 0 3 0 3 2 1 4 2 3 1 3 1 2 2

D 0 2 0 1 0 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0

L 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 2 1 4 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1

F A 10 1 5 2 9 3 10 4 0 0 17 9 11 8 10 11 13 4 3 2 7 2 7 3 12 3 14 1 4 0 2 5 0 5 10 5 5 11 14 5 16 2 2 1 10 1 11 5 9 6 3 2 11 5 4 1 8 2 7 5

W 1 2 3 3 0 2 1 2 4 1 1 2 2 4 0 1 0 4 3 2 1 2 2 2 1 0 2 0 1 3

D 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 1 1 0

L 1 1 2 0 1 2 2 2 1 0 1 1 3 0 1 0 2 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 3 0

204 P 38 40 36 38 38 14 204

61 W 8 7 12 14 14 6 61

18 D 6 7 1 1 2 1 18

24 248 115 L F A 5 49 28 6 33 23 5 45 16 4 48 17 3 55 21 1 18 10 24 248 115

52 W 7 9 11 10 12 3 52

17 D 4 3 1 5 3 1 17

32 212 142 374 L F A PT 8 28 31 55 8 39 28 58 6 45 25 71 4 43 17 78 4 43 28 83 2 14 13 29 32 212 142 374

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F A PT GD 7 3 9 13 11 3 11 11 8 7 19 7 8 1 16 13 1 4 0 -3 3 3 23 8 6 7 13 2 8 8 15 -1 14 13 25 10 6 5 7 2 9 4 9 10 9 3 9 10 9 12 16 6 14 5 26 22 0 2 3 2 5 0 4 2 1 4 0 -8 15 7 22 13 10 6 12 -2 9 8 18 10 5 4 9 15 6 0 9 7 9 5 18 13 7 4 13 9 13 13 15 3 0 0 3 1 6 1 15 11 2 2 4 3 5 7 13 4 6 1 15 7 203 GD 18 21 49 57 49 9 203

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Western League Tables, Results & Fixtures 2017-18 Premier Division Street Willand Rovers Buckland Athletic Melksham Town Bradford Town Shepton Mallet Chipping Sodbury Town Cribbs Odd Down (Bath) Clevedon Town Bitton Bridport Bridgwater Town Brislington Hengrove Athletic Cadbury Heath Wellington Hallen Wells City Longwell Green Sports

Saturday 28th October Premier Division Bitton Bridport Cadbury Heath Clevedon Town Hallen Hengrove Athletic Odd Down (Bath) Shepton Mallet Street Wellington First Division Bristol Telephones Almondsbury Ashton & Backwell Utd Calne Town Chard Town Keynsham Town Oldland Abbotonians Portishead Town Sherborne Town Warminster Town Wincanton Town

P 14 13 14 15 13 15 14 14 13 13 12 11 12 15 13 11 12 11 14 13

W 10 9 9 8 8 8 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 4 3 3 3 2 1 0

D 2 2 2 4 4 2 2 1 4 3 3 2 2 3 5 3 2 3 2 1

L 2 2 3 3 1 5 6 7 4 5 4 4 5 8 5 5 7 6 11 12

F 38 38 32 42 24 22 27 28 16 19 16 25 17 18 15 19 15 16 11 6

A 12 9 23 16 10 19 24 21 14 18 20 20 14 30 17 26 31 25 44 51

GD 26 29 9 26 14 3 3 7 2 1 -4 5 3 -12 -2 -7 -16 -9 -33 -45

P 32 29 29 28 28 26 20 19 19 18 18 17 17 15 14 12 11 9 5 1

First Division Westbury United Keynsham Town Cheddar Welton Rovers Bristol Telephones Devizes Town Oldland Abbotonians Radstock Town Roman Glass St George Almondsbury Wincanton Town Bishop Sutton Chippenham Park Bishops Lydeard Warminster Town Chard Town Malmesbury Victoria Corsham Town Ashton & Backwell Utd Calne Town Portishead Town Sherborne Town

P W 15 9 14 9 16 9 16 7 13 8 16 7 14 7 14 7 13 7 18 7 15 7 14 6 17 5 14 6 16 4 16 5 12 5 15 4 15 3 14 3 16 2 15 2

D 5 1 1 6 2 4 3 3 2 2 2 3 6 1 6 3 1 4 4 4 5 2

L 1 4 6 3 3 5 4 4 4 9 6 5 6 7 6 8 6 7 8 7 9 11

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A 10 25 24 22 22 24 14 19 19 30 28 27 29 32 26 28 26 24 23 37 42 37

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Premier Division Willand Rovers 2-0 Hengrove Athletic Saturday 4th November Premier Division Bridport vs Buckland Athletic vs Chipping Sodbury Town vs Cribbs vs Hengrove Athletic vs Melksham Town vs Odd Down (Bath) vs Shepton Mallet vs Wells City vs Willand Rovers vs

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Toolstation Western League Premier Round-Up BITTON….had a fully deserved win on Saturday at home against ourselves, Buckland 1-0, the winner was a wellexecuted free-kick, and this means they are now unbeaten in their last three league games, before that against us, they drew 2-2 away at Odd Down (Bath), defeated Wells City at home 3-1, before that were beaten at home by Bridport 5-0, and beaten away at Hengrove Athletic 3-2. At home they have played six games, winning three, losing three, scoring eight, conceding fourteen, gaining nine points, whilst away they have played six games, winning two, drawing three, losing one, scoring eight, conceding six, gaining nine points. Today they are away at Bridport, and in fifteen Premier Division games they have collected twenty-three points, away they have won four, drawn one, lost two, scoring sixteen, conceding twelve, gaining thirteen points, and in last seasons corresponding game they lost 3-2 in their final game of the 2016-17 season. They are then away in the Les Phillips Cup 1st Round at Division One side Almondsbury, and they are in 10th place in that division, having played eighteen league games and collecting twenty-three, losing nine league games already this season. League Placing: 11th Last six league games: LLLWDW BRADFORD TOWN….suffered their first league defeat last Saturday away at table toppers Street 2-0, before that they won at home 4-1 against Cribbs, won 2-1 away at Clevedon Town, won 2-1 at home against Bridgwater Town, and beaten ourselves, Buckland here at the Heath 2-1. At home they have played six games, winning four, drawing two, scoring twelve, conceding four, gaining fourteen points, whilst away they have played seven games, winning four, drawing two, losing one, scoring twelve, conceding six, gaining fourteen points. Today they are away at Hengrove Athletic. Then comes their FA Vase 2 nd Round tie away here at Homers Heath against Buckland Athletic, and they did beat us in this competition in the 2015-16 season in the 3rd Round, here at the Heath 2-1, before being

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knocked out in fourth Round away at Hartley Wintney 3-1. They also made it to the fourth Round last season, 2016-17, losing in that round at home to Southall 4-2. League Placing: 5th Last six league games: DWWWWL BRIDGWATER TOWN….won away last Saturday at Odd Down (Bath) 1-0, before that they won 4-1 at home against ourselves, Buckland, lost 2-1 away at Bradford Town, drew 0-0 at home with Hengrove Athletic and lost 2-1 away at Clevedon Town 2-1. They have also won the FA Vase 1st Round tie away at Bashley 3-2, and are now away at Farnham Town in the 2nd Round. At home they have now played six games, winning two, drawing two, losing two, scoring nine, conceding six, gaining eight points, while away they have played six games, winning three, losing three, scoring eight, conceding eight, gaining nine points, and they have won their last two league games. Today they are away at Cribbs, Then comes that FA Vase 2 nd Round tie at Farnham Town from the Combined Counties Premier Division, and at this time they are in eighteenth place having played twelve games and collecting thirteen points, losing five league games to date. League Placing: 13th Last six league games: WLDLWW BRIDPORT….were back to winning ways last Saturday when they defeated Brislington at home 3-1, before that they were beaten 1-0 away at high flying Melksham Town, lost 3-2 here at the Heath against ourselves, Buckland, drew 3-3 away at Cribbs and defeated Shepton Mallet at home 2-1. At home they have played four games, winning two, losing two, scoring eight, conceding ten, gaining six points, whilst away they have played seven games, winning three, drawing two, losing two, scoring seventeen, conceding ten, gaining eleven points. Today they at home against Bitton, and in thirteen Premier meetings they have collected eighteen points, at home they have won two, lost four, scoring

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Toolstation Western League Premier Round-Up eleven, conceding fifteen, gaining six points, and in last season’s corresponding game it ended in a 3-2 win. They are then away at bottom side Longwell Green Sports, and in twelve Premier meetings they have picked up twenty-two points, away they have won three, drawing one, losing two, scoring thirteen, conceding seven, gaining ten points and in last season’s meeting there they won 3-0. League Placing: 12th Last six league games: WWDLLW BRISLINGTON….were beaten 3-1 away at Bridport last Saturday, before that they did defeat the league’s bottom side Longwell Green Sports at home 30, they lost 4-1 away at Shepton Mallet, were well beaten at home by Street 6-1, and lost 2-1 at home against Clevedon Town. At home they have played seven games, winning three, drawing one, losing three, scoring ten, conceding twelve, gaining ten points, while away they have played eight games, winning one, drawing two, losing five, scoring eight, conceding eighteen, gaining five points. They were in league action on Tuesday evening at home against Cadbury Heath, our visitors today, and that game ended in a 1-1 draw. They are then away high scoring Willand Rovers, and in twenty-four Premier Division meetings they have picked up twenty-one points, away they have won two, lost ten, scoring twelve, conceding thirty, gaining just six points, and in last seasons corresponding game ended in a 1-0 defeat, their last win coming in the 2-1314 season, 4-3. League Placing: 14th Last six league games: LLLWLD CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN….last Saturday they fell to a 2-1 away defeat at Clevedon Town, before that they defeated Wells City at home 3-0, lost 2-0 at home against Odd Down (Bath), but they did win away at high flying and high scoring Willand Rovers 1-0, and drew 3-3 away at Shepton Mallet. At home they have played seven games, winning three, drawing one, losing three, scoring fourteen, conceding

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twelve, gaining ten points, whilst away they have also played seven games, winning three, drawing one, losing three, scoring thirteen, conceding twelve, gaining ten points and they have picked up ten points in their last six games, but have lost two of their last three league games. Today they are at home against Hallen, and in last seasons corresponding game it ended in a 0-0 draw. They are then away at Bridport, and in last season’s game there it ended in a 4-0 defeat. They will then be away at Bridgwater Town in the Les Phillips Cup 1st Round on the 18th November. League placing: 7th Last six league games: WDWLWL CLEVEDON TOWN….secured another three points last Saturday when they defeated Chipping Sodbury Town at home 2-1, before that they lost 1-0 away at Shepton Mallet, lost 2-1 at home against Bradford Town, lost 4-2 away at Cribbs, and were beaten away again, this time at Willand Rovers 3-0. At home they have played six games, winning three, drawing two, losing one, scoring ten, conceding seven, gaining eleven points, whilst away they have played seven games, winning two, drawing one, losing four, scoring nine, conceding eleven, gaining seven points and in their last six league games they have picked up just six points. Today they are away at high flying Melksham Town, and in last season’s corresponding game it ended in a 6-0 defeat. They are then away at Cadbury Heath, and again in last season’s meeting there ended in a 4-0 defeat. League Placing: 10th Last six league games: WLLLLW CRIBBS….were beaten for the seventh league game last Saturday, away at Wellington 1-0, before that they were well beaten 41 away at Bradford Town, they drew 3-3 at home against Bridport, they defeated Clevedon Town at home 4-2, but were beaten at home by ourselves, Buckland 2-1. At home they have played seven games,

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Toolstation Western League Premier Round-Up winning four, drawing one, losing two, scoring fifteen, conceding ten, gaining thirteen points, whilst away they have played seven games, winning two, losing five, scoring thirteen, conceding eleven, gaining six points. They have now lost four in their last six league games, and have now lost their last two games. Today they are at home against Bridgwater Town, and then they at home against league leaders Street, and in four Premier meetings they have picked up four points, at home they have won one, lost one, scoring five, conceding six, gaining three points and in last seasons corresponding game it ended in a very good 3-1 win for them. League Placing: 8th Last six league games: LLWDLL HALLEN….were beaten again in this league campaign last Saturday at home by Willand Rovers 2-0, before they drew 3-3 away at Hengrove Athletic, they also drew 3-3 at home against Wellington, and they won 2-1 away at Odd Down (Bath). At home they have played six league games, winning one, drawing two, losing three, scoring eight, conceding ten, gaining five points, whilst away they have played five times, winning one, drawing one, losing three, scoring eight, conceding fifteen, gaining four points. They have now lost just twice in their last six league games, but they are still down in eighteenth place but with the recent form a little better they should be looking to climb away from the bottom as the season progresses. Today they are away at Chipping Sodbury Town, and in last season’s corresponding game it ended in a 0-0 draw. Then comes a home game against Wells City another side struggling at the wrong of the league table, and in eight Premier meetings they have collected twelve points, at home they have won two, lost two, scoring nine, conceding eleven, gaining six points and they won this game. League Placing: 18th Least six league Games – LWWDL HENGROVE ATHLETIC….last Saturday they were at home against the division’s bottom side,

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Longwell Green Sports, which ended in a 1-1 draw, before that they drew 3-3 at home with Hallen, lost 1-0 at home to Street, they also lost 2-0 away at Melksham Town. At home they have played seven games, winning three, drawing three, losing one, scoring thirteen, conceding nine, gaining twelve points, whilst away they have played six games, drawing two, losing four, scoring two, conceding eight, gaining two points. They haven’t now won in their last four league games, and have won just once in the last six games. They were in league action on Wednesday evening and faced a tough game away at high flying Willand Rovers and that ended in a 20. Today they are at home against Bradford Town for a first meeting this season, and a first meeting in the Premier Division. League Placing: 15th Last six league games: WLLDDL LONGWELL GREEN SPORTS…well it took thirteen league games but the rock bottom side picked up their first point of this league campaign last Saturday when they drew 1-1 away at Hengrove Athletic, before they had lost 3-0 away at Brislington, lost 2-1 away at Wellington, lost 4-3 away at Cadbury Heath, and were beaten 2-0 at home by Shepton Mallet. So at home they have played seven games, losing seven, scoring one, conceding thirty-four gaining no points, while away they have played six games, drawing one, losing five, scoring five, conceding seventeen, gaining one point. Today they are away at fellow strugglers and the team just above in the table Wells City, and in eight Premier Division games they have picked up eight points, away they have drawn two, lost two, scoring three, conceding ten, gaining two points, and in last seasons corresponding game it ended in a 4-1 defeat. They are then at home against Bridport, and in twelve Premier meetings they have collected thirteen points, at home they have won two, drawn one, lost three, scoring seven, conceding thirteen, gaining seven points, and in their game last season they were beaten 3-0, their last win coming in the 2014-15 season, 1-0. League Placing: 20th

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Toolstation Western League Premier Round-Up Last six league games: LLLLLW MELKSHAM TOWN….had a small dip in form in early September but they have now turned that around and last Saturday they defeated Shepton Mallet away 2-0, before that they had beaten Bridport 1-0 at home, thrashed poor Wells City away 10-0, won 2-0 at home against Hengrove Athletic, and drew 2-2 at home with Willand Rovers. At home they have played eight games, winning four, drawing two, losing two, scoring sixteen, conceding nine, gaining fourteen points, whilst away they have played seven games, winning four, drawing two, losing one, scoring twenty -six, conceding seven, gaining fourteen points. They have now won their last four league games and are unbeaten in their last five games. Today they are at home against Clevedon Town, In four Premier Division meetings they have picked up twelve points, at home they have won two, scoring eight, gaining six points, and in last season meeting they thrashed them 6-0. They are then involved in a FA Vase 2nd Round tie away at Wantage Town from the Hellenic Premier Division, and at present they are in fifth place having played sixteen games and collecting thirty-four points, losing just four league games so far. League placing: 4th Last six league games: LDWWWW ODD DOWN (BATH)….were beaten at home last Saturday by Bridgwater Town 1-0, before that they won 2-0 away at Chipping Sodbury Town, drew 2-2 at home with Bitton, drew 0-0 away at Cadbury Heath, and lost 2-1 at home against Hallen. At home they have played seven games, winning three, drawing one, losing three, scoring nine, conceding seven, gaining ten points, whilst away they have played six games, winning two, drawing three, losing one, scoring seven, conceding seven, gaining nine points. They have won just once in their last six league games, losing three times in those games. Today they are at home against Wellington, and in two Premier meetings they have collected four points, at home they won one, scoring two, conceding one, gaining

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three points, and that game was in the 2010-11 season, winning it 2-1. League Placing: 9th Last six league games: LLWDLL SHEPTON MALLET….were beaten at home last Saturday by third placed Melksham Town 2-0, before that they won 1-0 at home against Clevedon Town, won 4-1 at home against Brislington, lost 2-1 away at Bridport, drew 3-3 at home with Chipping Sodbury Town, and won 2-0 away at Longwell Green Sports. At home they have played eight games, winning four, drawing two, losing two, scoring thirteen, conceding ten, gaining fourteen points, whilst away they have played seven games, winning four, losing three, scoring nine, conceding nine, gaining twelve points. They have won three of their last six games, losing just twice in that run. Today they are at home against table toppers Street, and in six Premier Division meetings they have picked up six points, at home they have won one, lost two, scoring two, conceding eight, gaining three points, and in last season’s corresponding game it ended in a 3-1 defeat, that win came in the 2014-15 season, 1-0. League Placing: 6th Last six league games: WDLWWL STREET….table toppers won last Saturday against the previously unbeaten Bradford Town at home 2-0, before that they won 4-0 away at Cadbury Heath, 1 -0 away at Hengrove Athletic, thrashed Brislington away 6-1, and won 4-0 away at Bitton. At home they have played seven games, winning five, drawing one, losing one, scoring nineteen, conceding six, gaining sixteen points, whilst away they have played seven times, winning five, drawing one, losing one, scoring nineteen, conceding six, gaining sixteen points (home and away statistics are the same), and they have now won their last six league games, and are three points clear at the top of the table, and will be one side that will be going for promotion this season. Today they are away at sixth placed Shepton Mallet, and in six Premier

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Toolstation Western League Premier Round-Up meetings they have picked up nine points, away they have won two, lost one, scoring eight, conceding two, gaining six points, and last season’s corresponding game ended in a 3-1 win. League Placing: 1st Last six league games: WWWWWW WELLINGTON….had a very good win last Saturday when they defeated Cribbs at home 1-0, before that they had beaten bottom side Longwell Green Sports at home 2-1, drew 3-3 away at Hallen, drew 1-1 at home against Brislington, and had been thrashed 11-0 away at high flying neighbours Willand Rovers. At home they have played three games, winning two, drawing one, scoring four, conceding two, gaining seven points, whilst away they have played nine games, winning one, drawing one, losing seven, scoring eleven, conceding twenty-nine, gaining four points. They are now unbeaten in their last four league games, and have won the last two. Today they are away at Odd Down (Bath). Then comes a FA Vase 2nd Round tie away at Wessex League Premier side Sholing, and at this time they are up in third place in that division, having played sixteen games and collecting thirty -two points from those games, having lost four league games, so this will be a tough game for the side from Somerset. League Placing: 17th Last six league games: LLDDWW WELLS CITY….form has taken a real nose dive at this time, and last Saturday they were thrashed 6-1 away at our visitors today Cadbury Heath, before that they lost 3-0 away at Chipping Sodbury Town, were thrashed again, this time at home by high flying Melksham Town 10-0, they lost 3-1 away at Bitton, but they did hold high flying Bradford Town to a 0-0 draw at home, but were beaten 4-0 away at table toppers Street. At home they have played seven games, winning one, drawing two, losing four, scoring six, conceding twenty, gaining five points, while away they have played seven games, losing seven, scoring five, conceding twenty-four, gaining no points.

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They have managed to pick up just one point in their last six league games, and have lost their last four games in this league campaign. Today they are at home against bottom of the table Longwell Green Sports (which is a must win game for both these sides in 19th and 20th respectively), and in eight Premier Division meetings they have collected fourteen points, at home they have won two, drawn two, scoring ten, conceding three, gaining eight points, and in last seasons corresponding game they won 4-1. Then comes an away game against Hallen who at this time are in eighteenth place in the league table, and in eight Premier meetings they have picked up twelve points, away they have won two, lost two, scoring eleven, conceding nine, gaining six points, and in last season’s corresponding game it ended in a 21 win. League Placing: 19th Last six league games: LDLLLL WILLAND ROVERS….won again in this league campaign last Saturday when they defeated Hallen away 2-0, before that they had lost 1-0 at home against Chipping Sodbury Town, won 3-0 at home against Clevedon Town, drew 2-2 away at Melksham Town and had thrashed Wellington at home 11-0. At home they have played eight games, winning five, drawing one, losing two, scoring twenty-four, conceding five, gaining six teen points, whilst away they have played five games, winning four, drawing one, scoring fourteen, conceding four, gaining thirteen points. In their last league games they have lost just once, winning four, and drawing one. They were back in action on Wednesday evening in a league game at home against Hengrove Athletic, with this game ending in a 2-0 win. Today they are at home again, this time against Brislington, and in twenty-four Premier meetings they have picked up forty-eight points, at home they have won ten, lost two, scoring thirty, conceding twelve, gaining thirty points, and in last season’s corresponding game it ended in a 1-0 win for them. League Placing: 2nd Last six league games: WDWLWW

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Premier Division: Street strengthened their position at the top of the table following a 2-0 win at home to the previously unbeaten Bradford Town. A dinked finish from Steve Murray put the home side ahead midway through the first-half, before Josh Wadham doubled the advantage ten minutes after the break. At the Rapid Solicitors Ground, a fine free-kick 15 minutes from time handed Bitton an impressive 1-0 win at home to the early pacesetters Buckland Athletic. Wellington extended their unbeaten run in all competitions to six matches, when Jack Bryant struck 20 minutes from time in their 1-0 win at home to Cribbs. Joe Stradling scored in first-half stoppage-time, before Gary Higdon slotted home his 16th league goal of the campaign as Melksham Town claimed a 2-0 win away at Shepton Mallet. Bridport got back to winning ways at St Mary’s Field, with a quick-fire second-half double handing them a 3-1 victory over Brislington. In a game which kicked-off late due to traffic issues, goals at either end of the fixture from Luke Alden and Fletcher Williams led Willand Rovers to a 20 victory away at Hallen. Ed Butcher put the hosts ahead in just the 7th minute, before Brislington got back on level terms through Danny Hunt ten minutes later. Bridport then regained the lead 20 minutes from time through Leigh Bailey, before Mark Slater wrapped-up the win soon after. First-half strikes from Liam Dempsey and Ollie Barnes fired Clevedon Town to a 2-1 win at home against Chipping Sodbury Town, for whom George Box scored a consolation goal just after the hour mark. Sacha Tong’s rich vein of form continued as he scored twice during Cadbury Heath’s 6-1 win over Wells City. There were also goals for Simon McElroy, Kristian Lee and Jack Camm during the one-sided affair for the 16th placed Heath. Bridgwater Town carried their FA Vase form into the league, with Jack Taylor scoring the solitary goal eight minutes from time to hand them a 1-0 win away at Odd Down. There was joy for Longwell Green Sports, who claimed their first point of the season, scoring a late equaliser from the spot in their 1-1 draw with Hengrove Athletic. First Division: After their slip-up in midweek,

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Westbury United got back to winning ways after securing a 2-0 victory away at Sherborne Town. Ricky Hulbert set the leaders on their way in the 38th minute, and they then wrapped-up the three points in stoppage time through George Bendle. Almondsbury extended their winning run to four matches in all competitions, with Alex Bisp scoring the only goal of the game in their 1-0 triumph at home to Bishops Lydeard. A hat-trick from Adam Jones, plus goals from Sam King and Chris Coombes led second-placed Cheddar to a convincing 5-1 win away at Warminster Town. Welton Rovers are in fine form, and have now won four of their past five games, with Joe Garland, Joe Battrick and Chris Pile bagging goals in their 3-0 win away at Wincanton Town. At the Dening Sports Field, Alex Stafie popped up with the only goal of the game in first-half stoppage time as Chard Town claimed a 1-0 win over Corsham Town. Keynsham Town fought back from a first-half deficit against Radstock Town, with Kyle Box scoring the equaliser in their 1-1 draw at the AJN Stadium. In the game of the day, Calne Town came out on top of a seven-goal thriller against Bishop Sutton. Jack Keen heading the away side ahead from a corner early on, before Stuart Windsor scored twice in the space of four minutes to give Calne their first lead of the game. Keen then added a second of his own to level things up, with Sutton then moving ahead in the 44th minute with Sam Downes firing home. Less than a minute later however, Calne were back on level terms once again with Billy Boakes’ cross-come-shot going into the back of the net to cap a frantic first-half. There was just one goal after the break, and that belonged to Calne, with Billy Gleed finishing off after excellent build-up play from Boakes. In a match which saw five player’s red carded, it was goals from George Peare and Anthony Brown that helped to secure Malmesbury Victoria’s 2-1 win away at Ashton & Backwell United. Oldland Abbotonians missed out on the opportunity to move up to fourth after missing a penalty in their 1-0 loss at home to Roman Glass St George. A penalty save late in the game from Devizes Town keeper Adam Walters, meant that his side’s fixture

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with Portishead Town ended 1-1. It was Devizes who took the lead after only 15 minutes, when an effort from Ali Bradley bobbled into the Portishead net. The home side got back on level terms just after the half-hour mark through Alex Twigg, who slotted home after a fine assist from Rob Latham. Then, after missing a number of chances after the break, Portishead had a golden opportunity to take all three points, but James Clarke saw his spot kick saved brilliant by Walters in the visiting goal. The game at Stockwood Lane between Bristol Telephones and Chippenham Park finished 2-2, with Ben Pring and Darrin Moss securing goals for the visitors. Buckland Athletic Football Club have come a very long way in 40 short years since they were formed as a junior club for kids to play on a pitch in Sandringham Park in the Torbay Pioneer League writes Kerry Miller. Senior football came a decade later in the modest environs of the Senior Division Three of the Devon and Exeter League with their home just a couple of goal kicks away from where they are now, at Coach Road with Roy Holmes at the reigns. Homers Lane was next stop and from there it been a steady improvement on and off the field with Homers Heath now widely regarded as one of the best home venues in the Western League. Renowned football grounds magazine Groundtastic rightly rewarded the club with their ‘New Stand of the Year’ accolade and with a welcoming and busy clubhouse behind them, the club’s immediate goal of Southern League football cannot be far away. With so many clubs forced to take the easy option with regard to ground improvements, Homers Heath looks and feels as if it was designed with spectators in mind – a rare commodity nowadays in the era of the dreaded Arena kit grounds – and greets the eye as soon on entry. Roy Holmes is now chairman of the club and the family name is well up there with Christine as secretary and Nigel as vice-chairman and they

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have overseen a fine start to the campaign after an early and frustrating exit from the FA Cup at the hands of Bodmin Town, going eight games unbeaten in the league. Bradford Town brought their unblemished record down from Wiltshire and went away with a victory and after a thrashing at Bridgwater Town and defeat in the St Lukes Bowl at Tiverton, wins at Cribbs and home to Bridport have put Ellis Laight’s side back on track. Commercial manager John Piller acknowledged the loss at Bridgy: “Their supporters said that was the best their side had played for around three seasons, but we have a strong squad and with the league restructuring, two or even three could go up and we intend being one of them. If we don’t win the league then second or third could be enough.” The club already have a D grading which is good enough for the Premier Division of the Southern League, current home of Devon rivals Tiverton Town and John is quick to thank their many sponsors who have helped make Homers Heath what it is. “Carl Throgmorton’s Western Developments are our main sponsors and K2 Hairdressers have also been on board for many years. The Firewatch Group are responsible for all the impressive signage around the ground but none of it would work without the small army of unpaid volunteers which make the club.” At the hub are Christine Holmes and Rose Glanfield whose kitchen is up and running well before kick-off at every game and is widely regarded as one of the best while on the field the largely unheralded work of groundsman is duly taken up by Simon Glanfield and Simon Dungey who have produced a fine paying surface. Only time will tell if it will be staging Southern League football a year from now but the next six months or so are going to be arguably the most exciting in the club’s relatively short history.

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Down Memory Lane Hello everyone once again we will take another journey together down memory lane and look at an old programme from the distant past. Today's edition was lent to me by my good friend Steve Feasby from his decent sized collection he has assembled over the years. In this collection he has a fair number of programmes from local South West amateur teams who no longer exist with Dawlish Town, STC Paignton and Newton Abbot FC being the three that come to mind right away all three just a memory these days.

programme but is only twenty pages thick. The front cover sees two action photo shots in blackand-white from previous derby games played here, also the front cover lists how many times Liverpool have been League Champions and also FA Cup winners and UEFA Cup winners, the final piece of information on the front cover tells us the programme was called the Anfield Review and would cost 12p. Pages 2 and 3 are entitled ‘Derby Day Again’ and looks back at some of the previous encounters between the two teams. Page 4 is divided in two sections lengthwise with the left-hand side being devoted to everyone concerned in running Liverpool FC from the very top right down to the groundsman and others. The right hand side has two adverts, one for Toby Light Ale and the other for D T Brown-who make steel. Page 5 is called ‘Prestige and Pride’ and once again goes back over local derbies and looks at some of the Everton players such as Bob Latchford. Pages 6 and 7 have black-and-white photos of the meeting here between the two sides last season. Pages 8 and 9 once again have black-and-white photos from the derby game last season but this time from Goodison Park. Pages 10 and 11 continue the theme of black-and-white photographs with once again some more from the derby game here at Anfield last season. Page 12 has several different items on the page including, a what do you know about football quiz, a couple of jokes and two more different type puzzles to solve. Page 13 is divided into two with the top half giving the answers to the quizzes and puzzles set in the last home programme and the bottom half has two adverts, on the left Gavin Murray Coaches and on the right L Rifkin-scrap metal dealers.

Today I will take a look at a programme from a Merseyside derby played on Saturday 16th October 1976 and is a League Division One fixture. The game was to take place at Anfield, the home of Liverpool with a 3pm kick-off. The front cover of this edition is slightly smaller in area size than our own present-day Buckland Athletic

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Page 14 gives us all the information we need to know about next Saturday's away game at Leeds United and talks a bit about the players at Elland Road and what a tough game it will be, as well as giving us the RAC route to make things easier for those travelling by car, it also mentions that there will be trains leaving British Rail stations at Lime Street and Central. Page

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Down Memory Lane 15 looks at local lads from the Merseyside area that have made it to play for either Liverpool or Everton over the years. Page 16 has a black-and -white photograph of four Liverpool footballers at a recent function, Tommy Smith, Ian Callaghan, Steve Highway and David Fairclough being the four. Page 17 looks at the Central League scene in which both Everton and Liverpool run Reserve Teams, it also gives a list of Liverpool's fixtures for this season in the League. Pages 18 and 19 are the statistics pages with a full list of all of the First-Team games for Liverpool FC this season as well as an up-to-date Division One league table, and a current up-todate Central League table. There are also the list of appearances for the players in both of these teams along with the number of goals they have scored with also a detailed look at how many goals each person has scored in their career at Liverpool so far. There is a little section telling us the next two matches at Anfield will be against Blackburn Rovers in the Central League and Aston Villa the following week in the Football League Division One. The bottom quarter of the second page contains an advert for a book called ‘Shankly’ written by Bill Shankly and it says a must for every Shankly supporter and will cost you £3.95. Page 20 is the outside back cover and this contains the two team line-ups for this derby day encounter with the names of the three officials as well as the good old alphabet half-time scoreboard with I see under the letter S Plymouth who are at home to Cardiff City.

Everton: Goalkeeper - Dia Davis, 2 - Terry Darracott, 3 David Jones, 4 - Mick Lyons, 5 - Ken McNaught, 6 - Mike Bernard, 7 - Andy King, 8 - Martin Dobson, 9 - Bob Latchford, 10 -George Telfer, 11 Ron Goodlass, 12 - Jim Pearson. A bit of research tells me that this game was won by the Liverpool 3-1 with the home side's goals coming from Heighway, Toshack and a Neal penalty with the consolation for Everton coming from Dobson. This match was played in front of 55,141 spectators. Later in the season the return game between the two at Goodison ended in a goalless draw played in front of 56,568 people. A bit further research tells me at the end of this current season the League Champions were Liverpool with 57 points from 42 games, 2nd Manchester City 56 and third Ipswich 52 points it’s interesting to see this season that rock bottom of the pile were Tottenham Hotspur with 33 points. Liverpool also reached the FA Cup final in this season but lost to the old enemy Manchester United by the odd goal in three. Well that's it for this time would journey back together again soon hope you enjoyed it, Roy Homer Holmes. Cheers Roy Homer Holmes.

The two teams for today's encounter were: Liverpool: Goalkeeper - Ray Clemence, 2 - Phil Neal, 3 Joey Jones, 4 - Phil Thompson, 5 - Ray Kennedy, 6 - Emlyn Hughes, 7 - Kevin Keegan, 8 John Toshack, 9 - Steve Heighway, 10 - Terry McDermott, 11 - Ian Callaghan with today's substitute being super-sub David Fairclough.

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PIGGY’S BANQUETS Why not take a look at what our function team can create for weddings, parties and indeed corporate days for companies. Our Team have great flare with both buffets and decoration of the clubhouse, to make any function held here very special for the people involved. You can contact Christine Holmes on 01626 369345 (Home) or 01626 361020 (Club) as she deals with all the bookings and indeed all the functions needs. She does have a brochure which includes a DVD available showing some of the clubhouse decorations that they have done over a number of years, so why not ring and have a chat to Chris about this fabulous location.


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Buckland Athletic - A Club History The club was formed in 1977 purely as a junior club. We started life in the Torbay Pioneer League and Sandringham Park was our home pitch. As a junior club it was the biggest in the area, running a total of six sides in six different age groups for several seasons. We won many titles over the years including the Devon Youth Cup. In the season of 1987-88 we were accepted into the Devon and Exeter League and started our senior football life in Senior Division Three playing home games at Coach Road with Roy Holmes still in charge. In our first season we won the Championship and were promoted into Senior Two in 1988-89. Well in the 1989-90 season we gained promotion once more into Senior One these two promotions were gained with a very youthful side. In 1990-91 we were on the move again this time to Decoy and this season saw us win the Wheaton Trophy. We finally achieved our dream of being promoted to the Premier Division in 1992-93, having now moved to our old ground at Homers Lane and the club hasn't looked back since that move took place. In 1994-95 season saw Roy Holmes step down as first team manager and Nigel Holmes and Roger Madge took the job on. This was the season we won our first Premier Division Championship, a crowning glory to our The club was formed in 1977 purely as a junior club. We started life in the Torbay Pioneer League and Sandringham Park was our home pitch. As a junior club it was the biggest in the area, running a total of six sides in six different age groups for several seasons. We won many titles over the years including the Devon Youth Cup. In the season of 1987-88 we were accepted into the Devon and Exeter League and started our senior football life in Senior Division Three playing home games at Coach Road with Roy Holmes still in charge. In our first season we won the Championship and were promoted into Senior Two in 1988-89. Well in the 1989-90 season we gained promotion once more into Senior One these two promotions were gained with a very youthful side. In 1990-91 we were on the move again this time to Decoy and this season saw us win the Wheaton Trophy. We finally achieved our dream of being promoted to the Premier Division in 1992-93, having now moved to our old ground at Homers Lane and the club hasn't looked back since that move took place. In 1994-95 season saw Roy Holmes step down as first team manager and Nigel Holmes and Roger Madge took the job on. This was the season we won our first Premier Division Championship, a crowning glory to our runners-up in the league, we also picked up the Sportsmanship Cup and Programme Award. 2001-2002 was great season for the club as the

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Reserves went through the season undefeated in the Devon and Exeter Senior Division Two and were promoted to Senior One. The first team ended the season in sixth place in the league table and were beaten finalists in the Throgmorton Cup. 2002-2003 was another successful season in the life of Buckland, the Reserves won the Devon FA Senior Cup at Coach Road, beating Princess Yachts International 3-0. They were also promoted to the Premier Division of the Devon and Exeter League after finishing in third place, that was only decided on their last game of the season when the top three sides were all in with a chance of securing the title. The First team finished up third in the table which at the start of the season was, as many supporters said beyond them but the managers got good players in at the right times through the season. We also won the Devon League programme award and finished 29th out of a total of 1100 non league programme in the renowned Wirral awards. 2003-2004 was a new era in the club’s history, a third senior side was established and went on to win The South Devon League Division Seven Championship with ease. The First team finished in eighth place, with Gary Taylor stepping down from his assistant manager position, their lowest position since joining the Devon League. The Reserves finished in fourth spot in The Devon and Exeter Premier Division, Manager Simon Glanfield stood down as manager. The programme finished first in the Devon League section of the Wirral programme awards and 11th out of 1100 non-league programmes. 2004-05 we did better than the previous season by finishing in 7 th place. Throughout this season the new ground was being worked on by a loyal band of club people. In the final year of the Wirral programme awards we finished in our highest position of sixth out of 1100, winners were Exeter City. For the 2005-06 season we started life playing our games at our new permanent home, Homers Heath on the Kingskerswell Road. The move went very well, and the ground was opened on Saturday 13th July when an estimated 300 + people turned out to see Steve Perryman cut the ribbon to open the pitch. Plymouth Argyle bringing a team up on Wednesday 13th July followed this up. And Argyle Chairman Mr Stapleton officially opened the clubhouse. Paul Feasby and Andy Paddon were in charge of the First team and we finished in our lowest league position of 13th. In the 2006-07 season all the talk was about the re-structuring of the Devon League and South Western League. One League with three Divisions was being formed called the South West Peninsula League. We managed to finish the season in 12th place under the leadership of Phil Bayliss and Gary Taylor and we had done just enough to meet our goal of qualifying for the SWPL

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Buckland Athletic - A Club History Premier Division along side the topsides in both the South Western and Devon Leagues. The 2007-08 season was an extremely successful one for the club, the first team finished in 14th place in the new South West Peninsula League Premier Division. We won the SWPL Premier Division best ground award, which is voted by the other clubs visits to Homers Heath we also won the SWPL Programme award. The Reserves won the South Devon League Division 3 title, were runners-up in the prestigious Herald Cup, Devon Intermediate Cup Winners and Divisional Cup winners. The 3rd Team won the SDL Division 6 title, the Fred Hewings Cup and their Divisional Cup Final. In the 2008-09 season, the club enjoyed another successful season, the 1st team finished the season in 3rd place in the SWPL Premier Division, and for the second season running we won both the ground and programme award for the Premier division. The 2nd Team had a highly successful season, winning the South Devon League Division Two title and getting promoted to Division One, they also won the Devon Senior Cup with a 1-0 win over Lifton at Coach Road, this for the second time in the club's history. However, 2nd Team manager Ian Miller decided it was time to step down and concentrate on his now role as the clubs commercial agent having enjoyed huge success with the 2nd Team. The 3rd Team finished in second placed in the SDL Division Five and gained promotion to Division Four. Our Under 14 side also were very successful, winning their league title and league cup and winning the Devon FA County Cup at Coach Road with a fine 41 win over Plymouth Kolts. Buckland had a phenomenal season in 2009-10, the 1st team did the double, winning the SWPL Premier Division title and the Throgmorton Cup pipping Bodmin Town to both, in what was manager Phil Bayliss’ last season in charge. They lost just three times in the league and were unbeaten in all their 19 home games. We also played in the famous FA Cup competition for the first time in the club’s history. They actually won the league on goal difference from Bodmin Town and they also beat them 2-1 after extra time in the Throgmorton Cup final played at Cullompton’s Speed Meadow. This was a wonderful way for Phil to hand over control to new manager Steve Massey for the 2010-11 season. The 2nd Team had a very successful season once again, this time they won the SDL Division One league title and they retained the Devon Senior Cup Final beating Elburton Villa Reserves at Coach Road 3-1. Again the 2nd Team manager Jim Barrett also decided to resign at the end of the season and Adam Castle will now be in charge of their new quest in the SDL Premier Division. The 3rd Team won the SDL

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Division Four league title, and they will be managed again this coming season by Scott Chisholm, who has guided them to many successes over number years. The success kept coming in the 2010-11 season, the 1st Team retained the SWPL Premier Division title, by an eight point margin, they also became the lowest ranked club to win the Devon St Lukes Bowl when they defeated Tiverton Town on penalties in that final. The 2nd Team finished in 3rd place in their first season in the SDL Premier Division, and they did win the George Belli Cup, defeating Totnes & Dartington 2nds 4-2. The 3rd team also finished in 3rd place in SDL Division 3, are they achieved promotion. They also won the Fred Hewings Cup for the second time, when they defeated WBB 2nds 1-0. The Junior side of the club continues to grow, but we have lost both Under 16 sides, but a lot of those players ware now signing senior forms for club, so hopefully we will find a number of young stars for all three senior sides. The 2011-12 season was another significant one in the history of Buckland Athletic. Although the 1 st team relinquished their grip on the SWPL Premier Division title, beaten into second place by a very good Bodmin Town side, we had done enough to secure promotion to the Toolstation Western League Premier Division at Step 5. We were also beaten finalists in the Throgmorton Cup, again losing out to Bodmin Town, but we did retain the prestigious Devon St Lukes Bowl, again we played Tiverton town (Step 4) in the final, this time at the Heath, but this season we ran out worthy winners in 90 minutes, 4-0. The 2nd Team finished as runners-up in the SDL Premier Division, but they did win the Herald Cup for the first time in the clubs history, beating Watcombe Wanderers in that final 3-2 after extra time. They also made it through to the semifinals of the Devon Premier Cup, beaten by eventual winners and SWPL Division One East winners Liverton United. The 3rd Team didn’t win any silverware this season, but they had a great season, finishing in fourth place in the SDL Division Two table, and were beaten finalists in the Lidstone Cup. But the most pleasing part for the 3rds were the amount of the previous seasons Under 16s side made it into the side throughout the season. Manager Scott Chisholm has now decided to stand down as 3rd Team manager, he has been in charge of them since the teams formation in 2003, and had won promotion every season, until this one. Scott will be missed but he will remain involved with the club off the field, with former 1st team stalwarts Neil Montandon and Ben Williamson taking on the manager role with help from Nigel Holmes for the 2012-13 season. Antony Lynch will again lead the 1st Team, alongside his assistant Tom Kelly, but we have lost another stalwart for the new season, as assistant manager

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Buckland Athletic - A Club History Jaimie Carwardine has now moved away from the area and has had to stand down, and again he will be sorely missed. Adam Castle will once again be in charge of the 2nd Team assisted by Paul Tucker, Simon Dungey and Steve Giles. The 1st Team’s first season in the Toolstation Western League ended in a tenth place finish, but the club did the Hospitality award and programme award in this first campaign. The 2nd Team won the South Devon League Premier Division title for the first time in its history, they also lost out in the finals of both the Devon Premier Cup and Herald Cup to Exmouth Town and Watcombe Wanderers respectively. The 3rd Team finished in third place in SDL Division Two, and were promoted to Division One, they also won the Fred Hewings Cup beating Totnes & Dartington 3rds. For the 2013-14, our highly successful 2nd Team manager, Adam Castle will now be in charge of the 1 st Team for its second season in the Western League Premier Division. There is a new man in charge of the 2nd Team, Simon Dungey will be the man to lead them in this campaign, while the 3rd Team will be once again lead by Neil Montandon. In his first season in charge of the 1st Team, Adam Castle led them to an 11th place finish in the Toolstation Western League Premier Division. The club retained the Premier Division Programme award. The 2nd Team finished in 4th place in the South Devon League Premier Division, and were beaten finalists in the Herald Cup, going down 3-1 to Watcombe Wanderers. The 2rd Team finished as runners-up to Dartmouth in the South Devon League Division One, but they retained the Fred Hewings Cup by beating Watcombe Wanderers 2nds 2-1, this was their third win of this trophy in the last four seasons. What another great season for the club was 2014-15, the 1st Team managed by Adam Castle finished as runners-up in the Western League Premier Division (Step Five), which was a great achievement, we also won the Premier Division programme award for the third consecutive season. The 2nd Team led by Neil Snell ended this season as Champions of the South Devon League Premier Division, and our 3rd Team managed by club stalwart Nigel Holmes also finished as champions, this time of the South Devon League Division One, and they also retained the Fred Hewings Cup winning it for the fifth time, they also introduced a few of our talented Under 16s players into senior football. Now onto the 2015-16 season, firstly there was substantial drainage work done to the playing surface during the summer, and we must thank Viridor Credits

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for their help in funding these works. Onto the football, the 1st Team managed by Adam Castle finished in 4th Place in the Western League Premier Division, but not good enough to reach our goal of promotion. The 2nd Team managed again by Neil Snell retained the South Devon League Premier Division title, and were beaten finalists in the Herald Cup. Our 3rd Team finished the season in the South Devon League Division One as runners-up, in what was manager Nigel Holmes last season in charge. The club fielded it’s first Ladies team managed by Grant Fisher, in the Devon Women's League Division One, and they didn’t drop a point when winning the league title, and they then added the League Cup, in what was a fantastic season for them. Also during the season a lot of work was carried out at Homers Heath, including a new covered standing area, which incorporates two new turnstiles. The ground was fenced in, and an impressive outside toilet block was built. This work allowed the club to achieve a ‘D’ Ground Grade which is good enough for Southern League football. 2016-17 was another very good season for the club, the 1st Team finished in 4th place in the Western League Premier, and collected their best points tally since joining the league. The team also reached in the last eight of the FA Vase, going down 2-0 away against Bromsgrove Sporting, this means that it was very good season for new manager Ellis Laight. The club also won the Western League Hospitality Award and best programme award this season. The 2nd Team won their third consecutive South Devon League Premier Division title, under the leadership of Lee Chapman and Ben Robertson. Our 3rd Team under Phil Bearne and Paul Sharples finished as runners-up in the South Devon League Division One, and won their sixth Fred Hewings Cup trophy. Now on to our all conquering Ladies 1st Team who won the South West Women's League Western Division, dropping just two points over their unbeaten season. They also added the Soccerworld League Cup and the Devon FA Senior Cup to that success which saw them end this season as treble winners. Our Ladies 2nd Team finished mid-table in a very hard Devon Women's League Premier Division, and were beaten finalists in the Devon FA Supplementary Cup. There were also varies successes for our Junior sides, bot boys and girls. We now move onto the 2017-18 season, again the aim is for the 1st Team to gain promotion to the Southern League, which in turn would allow the 2nd Team if they finished in a promotion position to move up to the South West Peninsula League. The 1st Team will again be managed by Ellis Laight, and have kept all but one of last season squad. The 2nd Team will be

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Buckland Athletic - A Club History & Honours led by Lee Chapman with the 3rd Team having Nigel Holmes in charge. The Ladies1st and 2nd Teams keep their management structure for this coming season, with the 1st Team now in the SWWL Premier Division and the 2nd Team in Devon Women's League Premier Division. There will also be more junior sides added in both boys and girls teams,. The club continues to grow, and with everyone pulling in the right direction, which includes our fantastic loyal sponsors, and supporters he sky is the limit to what we can achieve. The club continues to thrive both on and off the field of the play and this is due to the hard working ethics of all the volunteers within the club. HONOURS Western League Premier Division Runners-Up 2014 -15 SWPL Premier Division Champions 2009-10, 201011 SWPL Premier Division Runners-Up 2011-12 Devon St Lukes Bowl Winners 2010-11, 2011-12 SWPL Charity Bowl Winners 2010, 2011 Devon League Runners-up 2000-01 Throgmorton Cup Winners 2009-10 Throgmorton Cup Runners-up 2001-02, 2011-12 Devon League Sportsmanship Cup 2000-01 D & E Premier Division Champions 1994-95, 199900 D & E Premier Division Runners-up 1998-99 D & E Premier Division Cup Winners 1997-98, 199899 East Devon Senior Cup Winners 1995-96 Devon FA Premier Cup Finalists 2012-13 Devon FA Senior Cup Winners 2002-03, 2008-09 Devon FA Intermediate Cup Winners 2007-08 Herald Cup Winners 2011-12

George Belli Cup Winners 2010-11 SDL Charity Shield Winners 2012, 2017 SDL Herald Cup Runners-up 2007-08, 2012-13, 2013-14, 2015-16 Fred Hewings Cup Winners 2007-08, 2010-11, 201213, 2013-14, 2014-15, 2016-17 SDL Premier Division Champions 2012-13, 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17 SDL Premier Division Runners-Up 2011-12 SDL Division 1 Winners 2014-15 SDL Division 1 Runners-Up 2013-14, 2015-16, 201617 SDL Division 2 Champions 2008-09 SDL Division 3 Champions 2007-08 SDL Division 4 Champions 2006-07 SDL Division 6 Champions 2007-08 SDL Division 7 Champions 2006-07 South West Women's League Western Division Champions 2016-17 SWWL Soccerworld League Cup Winners 2016-17 Devon FA Senior Ladies Cup Winners 2016-17 Devon Women's League Division One Winners 2015-16 Devon Women's League Cup Winners 2015-16 Devon FA Ladies Supplementary Cup Runners-Up 2016-17 Devon League Programme Award Winners 200001, 2002-03, 2004-05, 2005-06 SWPL Programme Premier Winners 2007-08, 200809, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12 Western League Premier Programme Winners 2012 -13, 2013-14, 2014-15, 2016-17 Western League Premier Programme Runners-up 2015-16 SWPL Ground Award Winners 2007-08, 2008-09 SWPL Ground Award Runners-up 2009-10, 2010-11 Western League Hospitality Winners 2012-13, 201617

FA League Rule 2.13 Ownership: In accordance with the Football Association Rule 2.13 Publication of ownership in relation to Step 1 to Step 6 Clubs within the Football pyramid, we hereby confirm that the Legal Status of BUCKLAND ATHLETIC FOOTBALL CLUB, takes the ‘Form’ of Unincorporated Association. It has a constitution which sets out the rules that govern its relationship and membership, and elects a committee to run the organisation on behalf of its members. That committee currently consists: Roy Holmes, Christine Holmes, Nigel Holmes, John Piller, Billy Holmes, Roger Madge, Simon Glanfield, Simon Dungey, Bob Hext, Rose Glanfield, Barry Glanfield, Del Davis, Phil Pearce, Mark Feasby, Paul Hardingham, Judd Barker, Adam Castle, Steve Giles, Paul Tucker.

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CADBURY HEATH

Kenny Griffiths Liam Drew Liam Head (C) Nick Barker Cameron Kelly Karl Green Nick Rudge Daniel Griffiths Richard Groves Si Revell Jared Lewington Charlie Johansson Ben Carter Gavin Hammon Cliff Walters Matt Clenahan Mitchell McCann Jamie Down Adam Seedhouse-Evans

Daniel Worton Ali Bamford Leon Maloney Rob Scott Andy Campbell (C) Lewis Shipp Kristian Lee Matt Huxley Simon McElroy Sacha Tong George Boon Sam Bailey Horace Ormsby Ruben Draper Mitchell Harrison Sam Clay

Manager: Ellis Laight Assistant Manager: Steve Giles Physios: Pete Morgan & Paige Burrows Colours: All Yellow

Manager: Robert Mallett Assistant Manager: Daniel Hallett Kit Man: Steve Green Physio: Martin Gronow Colours: All Red

Referee: Martin Underhay - Weymouth Assistant Referee: Alastair Francis - Beaminster Assistant Referee: Andrew Thomson - Torquay

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Match day programme Buckland V Cadbury heath  

Match day programme Buckland V Cadbury heath

Match day programme Buckland V Cadbury heath  

Match day programme Buckland V Cadbury heath

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