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BUCKS REVIEW

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Toolstation Western League Premier Division

BUCKLAND ATHLETIC v CLEVEDON TOWN Saturday 16th September 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 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 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 BUCK’S ED’S SAY WESTERN LEAGUE TABLES, FIXTURES DOWN MEMORY LANE 2ND, 3RDS, LADIES FIXTURES WL PREMIER DIVISION CLUB DIRECTORY BUCKLAND ATHLETIC HISTORY & HONOURS

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UPCOMING FIXTURES TUESDAY 19th SEPTEMBER 2017 DEVON FA ST LUKES BOWL TIVERTON TOWN vs BUCKLAND ATHLETIC KICK OFF 7.30pm SATURDAY 23rd SEPTEMBER 2017 WESTERN LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION BUCKLAND ATHLETIC vs BRADFORD TOWN KICK OFF 3pm SATURDAY 30th SEPTEMBER 2017 WESTERN LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION CRIBBS vs BUCKLAND ATHLETIC KICK OFF 3pm

We would like to extend a warm Buckland welcome to the manager, officials & supporters of Clevedon Town 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….. Dan Griffiths against Clevedon Town, Saturday 30th April 2016

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Homers Lines For the second time in a very short period I have to start my Homers Lines, with a sad announcement, this time to let those who don't already know of the sad passing of Steve Feasby who finally lost his long battle with illness a short time ago. Steve was a great bloke and was often at our First and Second Team games here at Homers Heath and was known to many of you who come along and support. It has been sad watching Steve get gradually worse over the last few months, but having said that he still made his pilgrimage here to watch the lads play football whenever he could and felt strong enough to do so. Our deepest sympathies go out to his loving wife Di and also to his three sons, (all of whom have played for us at Buckland Athletic over the years), Mark, Darren and Paul, and their respective partners and children. So in a very short time we have lost two well-loved people here at Buckland Athletic, firstly, Charlie Hardingham and now Steve Feasby. I will give more details on arrangements for Steve's funeral when I do know more. I do know a bit more now Steve's funeral will be on Friday 29th September at Torquay crematorium with the service starting at a 11.15am. Afterwards we welcome everyone to come back to the clubhouse for a get-together and remember Steve in style. Thank you, Roy. Today we give a big warm Buckland style welcome to the players, management team, club officials and any travelling supporters of Clevedon Town that have made the journey down to Devon this afternoon. We hope you all enjoy your short stay with us and will find time to join us in the clubhouse after the final whistle has sounded to enjoy a bite to eat and a pint or soft drink if that's what you prefer, before making a safe journey homewards.

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At this moment in time of writing this Homers Lines todays visitors have had a reasonably good start to their league campaign playing five matches, winning two and drawing three with nine points and a goal difference of plus seven, so at the time of writing this they are unbeaten this term. But on Wednesday night they entertained Bridgwater and this piece will have gone to the printer before I can update it, or at least that's what I envisage. Last season today's visitors Clevedon did the double over us winning at their home ground 4-3, with our goals coming from, Charlie Johansen, Liam Head and Nick Rudge, in the return fixture here at the Heath we lost 2-0. So hopefully today we will be looking to reverse that procedure and collect all three points ourselves in our quest to climb the pyramid system into the Southern League South and West Division. We ourselves were also due to have played on Tuesday night but the league officers in their wisdom, decided that it was to be called off to allow Bridport a free week before their FA Cup tie against fellow Western League side Cadbury Heath, who by the way also had their fixture called off away at Bradford Town. I don't know how the people at Bradford Town felt but I was really annoyed that the league can ride roughshod over the fixtures when they feel they have to. I was asked initially whether I would agree to postpone the fixture here against Bridport last Tuesday but said I would not do it willingly as we last year had a superb run in the FA Vase, and no one offered to call any games off for us to have the best of chance. Also I remember the season before last having to travel to the Bristol area four times in eight days towards the end of the season. Once again, no respite was offered to us. But I do apologise most profusely if anyone made the journey here on Tuesday night expecting the fixture against Bridport to have taken place. Rant over. Let's move on to our comprehensive away win last Saturday at basement side Longwell Green Sports who have played six times up to our visit and hadn’t got a point and in fact hadn't scored a goal until they faced us when they notched their

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Homers Lines first effort on target of the season. A big thank you here to the Enid Blyton style famous five who made the long journey to Shellards Road for this fixture Pete Middleweek, myself, Bob Hext and Paignton Nick in the one car and Richard-Chris Wright's father. We bossed the game from the first whistle to the final one, and to be honest the hosts looked a rather poor outfit and you can see why they have been struggling up to now, having lost most of last year's team when the manager moved and took several players with him at the end of last season. Having said that the hosts could have taken the lead when a penalty was awarded to them after Karel Green had whipped one of their players down inside the penalty area but the resultant spot kick was saved with ease with Kenny Griffiths almost having time to kneel down and save it as it approached him at not much more than eight miles an hour I would have thought. It wasn't long after we were in front when Chris Wright fired home from close range, we had two more tremendous efforts brilliantly saved by the home keeper Adam Forster, but Richard Groves and Lloyd Gardner increased our advantage to 3-0. The hosts were to score their first goal of the season when a long range effort from San McAndrew took a wicked deflection to leave Kenny rooted to the spot. Before the final whistle sounded we had scored again when Groves slotted away a penalty to put the cherry on the cake. Although those of us who travelled thought if we had scored seven or eight it would have been a truer reflection on the ninety minutes of play. The previous Saturday we had entertained title challengers Melksham Town here at Homers Heath in a good game and a splendid advert for Western League football. The game ended in my opinion fair at 2-2 and a point each was what each of the teams had to accept, although we left it late to get our equaliser that after being down to ten men with the dismissal of Liam Drew not helping our cause, but Jared Lewington's late strike keeping our unbeaten run going. Last Saturday the Second Team had no fixture, but did play here on Wednesday evening against

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Ivybridge Town Reserves, but Paul wanted my Homers Line’s into him by Wednesday evening, so I cannot report on that game. Hopefully we can say we got the three points. With no game here last Saturday it was a rare occasion for the Third Team to be able to use the facilities here at Homers Heath, and they marked the occasion by winning by the only goal of the game against cross-town rivals Newton 66 in a tight match, our goal coming from a Danny Harry 25-yard screamer that rocketed into the top corner of the goal. I am led to believe this game was played in front of about fifty to seventy people, which is great for the Third Team. Also on the day the lads had received their new Kit courtesy of sponsor Nick Parker Funeral Services and had some really decent photographs taken in front of the grandstand. Also last weekend the Ladies First Team played here in the SSE Women's FA Cup First Qualifying Round, when the visitors were Exeter City Ladies who also play in the South West Women's Football League Premier Division like ourselves. The game turned out to be a bit onesided, with our girls running out winners 9-2, with our goals on the afternoon coming from a Kirsty Caunter hat-trick with goals in the 4th, 15th and 47th minutes, not to be outdone fellow striker and prolific goalscorer Laura Gough also notched three times in the 59th, 81st and 82nd minutes with the other three goals coming from one each for Hayley Chamberlain, Emily Hannaford and Abigail Meyer, to leave the Exeter City Ladies side shell-shocked at the margin of our victory. Winning this game entitled us to an away fixture tomorrow at Marine Academy Plymouth in the Second Qualifying Round but the home side have decided they cannot raise a side to play us. So we received a walkover into the Third Qualifying Round, as of yet we do not know our opponents and whether we will be at home or away on the 8th October, one thing we do know for sure is the long awaited local Derby between ourselves and Torquay United here at Homers Heath will have to wait for another day.

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Homers Lines There were other wins last weekend when the Under 14 team managed by former Bucks favourite and goalkeeper Neil Montandan (Monty to us) won their Devon County Cup encounter here at the Heath 5-0 against Plymstock United Colts, and as the same as the Ladies Team are awaiting the draw for their opponents in the next round. The Buckland Devon Girls League Under 13 Team also won their first game of the season away at Budleigh Salterton 6-1 to start the season in fine form considering half the team had left during the summer break for pastures new at Galmpton. Our Under 18 side travel down to Lakeside in Plymouth on the Sunday to play their Devon County Cup fixture, only to find when they arrived the referee called the game off just fifteen

minutes before the kick-off time due to a waterlogged pitch, that game now will take place here tomorrow although at the time of writing, I do not know the kick off time, if you are interested please ask someone during the afternoon in the clubhouse I am sure it will be sorted out by then. Well that's about it for this time apart from just a little reminder that the First Team travel away to Tiverton Town on Tuesday 19th September for a St Luke's Bowl fixture with a 7.30pm kick-off, before playing yet another home game here on the 23rd September, when one of the leading contenders so far this term Bradford Town will be the guests. Well, that is it now cheers. See you next time, Roy Homer Holmes – Club Chairman

JP’s Commercial Columns Good afternoon everyone and welcome to this afternoons Toolstation Western Premier league fixture against Clevedon Town, who have made the journey down the M5 to be with us. I trust that the traffic was kind to you now that the ‘holiday season’ congestion has eased. I would like to welcome any officials and supporters who have made the journey and hope that you can join us in the clubhouse for a drink after the game. 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

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gate. It really is a great spot which gives maximum exposure to those that advertise there. 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. There also will soon be two new advertisers with the club, Parkers Independent Family Funeral Directors are very kindly sponsoring the third team with a brand new playing strip and polo shirts and are also having a standard size pitch side board, whilst One Insurance Solutions, one of the ladies team sponsors, and are also having a pitch side board. Many thanks to Nick Parker from Parkers Independent Family Funeral Directors and also Vanessa Casey from One Insurance Solutions who have made this possible. Some of you may have noticed the new club

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JP’s Commercial Columns 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 ‘Whats On’ magazine, it is still basically being built but there is already a fair amount of content, with loads more to come. 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. Finally a lot of credit must also go to Ellis and the lads for

putting together a great run of results propelling the club to the top of the Toolstation Western Premier league. Well done guys, hopefully you will be able to keep the good run going with a positive result this afternoon. That’s about it for this week folks, our next home fixture will be next Saturday, 23rd September 2017, against Bradford Town who are also currently flying high. I unfortunately cannot make next week’s fixture, so if any of you have any queries or concerns please ask for Billy Holmes or Simon Dungey and I am sure they will be able to help you. Enjoy the game, and don’t forget….UP THE BUCKS…!! JP John Piller - Commercial Director

Buck’s Ed’s Say Hello and a very good afternoon to everyone attending our Toolstation Western League Premier side, we hope that you all enjoy your time here at Homers Heath and make use of the facilities we have to offer before having a safe journey home. The 1st Team extended their unbeaten run in the Premier Division to eight games, dropping just four points in that run, which started in our first league game of the season, and has included games against both Melksham Town and Street. When we played Longwell Green Sports on Saturday 9th September we reached another milestone when Buckland Athletic 1st Team played their 1000th league game, those games started in the 1987-88 season, and we have won 579, drawn 168, lost 253, scoring 2426, conceding

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1396, gaining 1907 points, which means that we have won 58% of those games, drawn 17%, lost 25%, scoring 2.4 goals per game, conceding 1.39 goals per game, gaining 1.9 points per game. At home in 501 games we have won 307, drawn 88, lost 106, scoring 1327, conceding 634, gaining 1009 points, which means we have won 61% of those games, drawn 18%, lost 21%, scoring 2.64 goals per game, conceding 1.26 goals per game, gaining 2.01 points per game. Away in 499 games, we have won 272, drawn 80, lost 147, scoring 1168, conceding 762, gaining 896 points, this means that we have won 55% of those games, drawn 16%, lost 29%, scoring 2.34 goals per game, conceding 1.52 goals per game, gaining 1.8 points per game. That very first 1st Team league game was in the Devon & Exeter League Senior Division Three, and was played on the 22nd August

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Buck’s Ed’s Say 1987, at home against Friernhay, and we won that game 5-0, both Simon Olford and Trevor Webber both got two goals each, with Jason Charlesworth getting the other. The team that played in that game was Sam Searle, Simon Collier, Mike Beresford, Nigel Holmes, Mark Gaisford, Lee Deason, Simon Olford, Chris Lancaster, Trevor Webber, Jason Charlesworth, Billy Holmes, substitute was Darren Gaisford. In this seasons Les Phillips Cup 1st Round, we have been drawn at home against Division One side Corsham Town, the other ties are as follows, Oldland Abbotonians versus Chippenham Park, Bishops Lydeard versus Portishead Town, Ashton & Backwell United versus Shepton Mallet, Warminster Town versus Cheddar, Brislington versus Sherborne Town, Almondsbury versus Bitton, Odd Down (Bath) versus Melksham Town, Bristol Telephones versus Devizes Town, Bridport versus Willand Rovers, Wellington versus Westbury United, Street versus Bradford Town, Cadbury Heath versus Chard Town, Bridgwater Town versus Chipping Sodbury Town, Hallen versus Wells City, Cribbs versus Clevedon Town. The first two rounds of this season Edenvale Turf Ltd Devon St Lukes Challenge Cup have been drawn: 1st Round Bideford vs Stoke Gabriel, Witheridge vs Plymouth Parkway, Cullompton Rangers vs Torquay United, Barnstaple Town vs Plymouth Argyle, Tiverton Town vs Buckland Athletic, Tavistock vs Exeter City, Willand Rovers vs Ivybridge Town, with Exmouth Town receiving a bye. 2nd Round: Exmouth Town vs Cullompton Rangers or Torquay United, Witheridge or Plymouth Parkway vs Tavistock or Exeter City, Willand Rovers or Ivybridge Town vs Barnstaple Town or Plymouth Argyle, Bideford or Stoke Gabriel vs Tiverton Town or Buckland Athletic. There have been two rearranged 1st Team games so far, firstly the game at home against Bridport (which was meant to have been last Tuesday evening) will now be Tuesday 17th

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October with a 7.30pm kick off. Our away game against Bradford Town (was on the 11th November) is now Saturday 21st April 2018, with a 3pm kick off. Well all our senior sides have started the season well, the 2nd Team have beaten Dartmouth 5-1 as they kick off their league campaign in the South Devon League Premier Division, and all this done after a major rebuilding job over the summer after losing twelve of last seasons title winning squad, and they won on Wednesday evening 4-2 at home against Ivybridge Town 2nds, C Srdinko getting a hat-trick and J Ewing. The 3rd Team have now played two league games winning one (home against Newton 66 10) and drawing one (home against Babbacombe Corinthians 3-3), in South Devon League Division One, and again they have to rebuild after losing a few players from last seasons squad. Our Ladies 1st Team started the season very well, in the SSE Women's FA Cup 1st Qualifying Round when they defeated Exeter City Ladies here at the Heath last Sunday, winning this tie 92, and that is against a team in the same South West Women's League Premier Division this season. They were due to have played Marine Academy Plymouth Ladies in the 2nd Qualifying Round, but I am told that they have pulled out of the fixture as they say that can't raise a side too play this tie. Our Ladies 2nd Team (Development side) started their season in the Devon Women's League Premier Division with a League Cup game on the 3rd September at home against Shaldon and they ran out 4-0 winners, with Chloe Driscoll and Helena Ruffles each getting two goals. There will also be two Girls sides this season in the Devon Girls Football League, the Under 13’s in the Winter League 1 and they kicked off their season with a 6-0 win away at Budleigh Salterton Girls. The new side this season are the Under 11’s, and they will be playing Crediton, Cullompton Rangers, Moors Youth, Newton Fire, Twyford Spartans and West Exe, with their season having not kicked off just yet. BUCK’S ED.

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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 - Clevedon Town Ground Hand Stadium Telephone Founded 1880 (as Clevedon) Nickname The Seasiders Manager Micky Bell Colours Blue & White Change Yellow & Blue League Western League Premier Division 2016-17 Western League Premier Division, 14th Postcode BS21 6TG Website pitcher.com/clubs/clevedon town Directions Exit M5 at junction 20, at bottom of slip road turn left at roundabout into Central Way, proceed to next roundabout (Tesco), and turn left onto Kenn Road. Continue out of town, cross river and take next left onto Davis Lane. Cross over the motorway. Stadium on right in about 400m. Twitter @ClevedonTownFC Clevedon Town FC - Main Club Honours Southern League, Division One West Champions 2005/06 Southern League, Midland Division Champions 1998/99 Western League Champions 1992/93 Somerset Senior League Champions 1936/37 Bristol & Suburban League Champions 1925/26, 1927/28, 1928/29 Bristol Charity League Champions 1937/38, 1940/41 Weston & District League Champions 1939/40, 1943/44, 1944/45 Red Insure Southern League Cup Winners 2011/12 Somerset Premier Cup Winners 1986/87, 1998/99, 2000/01, 2001/02 Somerset Senior Cup Winners 1901/02, 1904/05, 1928/29 Somerset Junior Cup Winners 1897/98 Somerset Medal Competition Winners 1887/88 Clevedon Charity Cup Winners 1926/27, 1930/31 Record attendance (at Hand Stadium) 2,261 v Chester City, FA Cup, 11/11/2006 Record attendance (at Teignmouth Road) 2,300 v Billingham Syn., Amateur Cup, 29/1/49 Record Win 18-0 v Dawlish Town, Western League, 24/4/93

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Previous Name Clevedon FC Previous Grounds Dial Hill 1880-95; Teignmouth Road 1895-1992 Previous Leagues Bristol & District; South Bristol & District; East Bristol & District; Bristol & Suburban; Western; Somerset Senior; MidSomerset; Weston & District; Bristol Charity. Club Nickname The Seasiders CLEVEDON TOWN FC – A Short History Clevedon FC are one of the oldest clubs in the West Country and were founder members of the Western League in 1892, having played friendlies and in county competitions up to that point. They only stayed in the Western League for 3 seasons before dropping into local leagues until returning for a second spell up until World War One. They played their early matches at the local cricket ground at Dial Hill before moving to a new site at Old Street (later named Teignmouth Road) in 1895, remaining there until 1992. After the Great War, they played in the Bristol & District and Bristol & Suburban Leagues before moving to the more senior Somerset Senior League in 1933, staying there until the outbreak of the Second World War. They continued to play throughout the war years, mainly in the Weston & District League, before returning to their original home, the Western League, after the war, remaining there until they won the League title for the first time in their history in 1992/93, when they were elected to the Southern League. The period after World War 2 was to be one of their best spells and they achieved some national recognition for their exploits in the FA Amateur Cup during the 1950’s in particular. For a small West Country club they enjoyed many excellent runs in that competition, playing some of the then giants of the amateur game such as Harwich and Parkeston, Pegasus and Billingham Synthonia, even enjoying a cameo appearance on the emerging television network, with notable victories being achieved against Salisbury, Briggs Sports and Ilford. It was in cup competitions that Clevedon had already gained success and they won the Somerset Senior Cup several times throughout their early history, going on to

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Our Visitors Today - Clevedon Town win the more senior Somerset Premier Cup as well in the 1980’s and 90’s. Clevedon spent much of their history playing at junior level, during their early years and in the 1960’s, or in the more senior Western League competition. However they finally achieved the next stage of their development when they won the Western League in 1992/93 and were promoted to the Southern League. The 1992/93 season also saw them move home for the first time in nearly a century when they moved to a purpose built stadium, The Hand Stadium, named after the Hand family who had been instrumental in the running of the club from the 1890’s. In their first season at The Hand they went unbeaten and took their first Western League title, in front of an average gate of 421, breaking all kinds of scoring records on the way. In their first ever season in the Southern League they finished in a very creditable fifth place under manager Steve Fey, all the more remarkable when considering that he took over the side in June with just three players remaining from the championship squad. The club settled into the Southern League and the 1998/99 season saw them win the Midlands Division and gain promotion to the Premier Division, where they remained for two seasons before suffering relegation. The club again gained promotion to the Premier Division under manager Phil Bater in 2006/07 and, in the same season, reached the 1st Round of the F A Cup for the first time in their long history, losing out to Chester City in front of a club record crowd of 2,261 at The Hand Stadium. However, in common with many clubs, gates and income gradually fell and the club slipped back into Division One in 2009/10. Worse was to

follow in summer 2011 when The Hand Stadium was sold outright and the club found themselves as tenants of their former home. There was however some success to cheer in 2011/12 when the club won the Red Insure Southern League Cup beating Premier Division team Banbury United 2-1 on aggregate under manager Micky Bell. Despite finishing 18th in 2014/15 Clevedon Town were demoted back to the Western League due to problems with their floodlights but under Owner and Chairman, Mark Lewis, the club is looking to build new foundations and emerge on a more stable basis. In October 2015 a sponsorship deal was agreed with a personal fitness company and the Hand Stadium was renamed The Everyone Active Stadium. Micky Bell returned to take charge of the team and his young inexperienced squad ended their first campaign back at Step 5 in 19th place. In 2016/17 they improved on this by finishing 14th. No history of Clevedon would be complete without paying tribute to the Hand family, without whom the Club would almost certainly not exist. H G Hand (Secretary 1895-1912) and A W Hand (Secretary 1918-1968) were followed by Doug Hand, who retired as Club President at the end of the 1994/95 season after 50 years service to the club, much spent in the same way as his father and grandfather, as Club Secretary. Doug sadly passed away in November 2013 aged 92. Without their enthusiasm and hard work over the years, the club would probably not be in the position it is now and it was only the wisdom of A W, in buying the Teignmouth Road site, which laid the foundations for the present successful club. It was a fitting tribute that the present ground was originally named The Hand Stadium after them, and the families’ service to the club has been recognised by the FA.

Who’s Who in the Clevedon Town Squad Tyler Ashmead – Tyler made his Western League debut in January 2017 after being promoted from the Under 18 squad.

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Ollie Barnes – Originally signed from Dorchester Town in December 2009, Ollie started at Bristol City before moving to Bristol Rovers, Gloucester City, Weston SM, Salisbury City,

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Who’s Who in the Clevedon Town Squad Team Bath, Worcester City, Weymouth, Dorchester and Paulton, returning to Clevedon from Yate in 2013 and then moving back to Westonsuper-Mare and, later, Hereford before returning to us in July 2017.

Glen Hayer - Played one game for Clevedon in September 2015, having previously played for Langport Rovers 2000 and Weston-super-Mare Under-18s, before returning for a second spell a year later.

Kevin Camargo – Signed for the club in March 2016 from Hallen, where he was player-coach, Kevin has also played for Bishop Sutton and Brislington amongst other local clubs.

Sam Holden - Joined first joined the club in January 2016 after playing on a football scholarship at Limestone College in America. Sam also had spells with Bristol Academy, the Clevedon U-18 squad and Weston-super-Mare Youth and returned for a spell last season and again in August 2017.

Morgan Davies - Member of the successful Under 18 side at Clevedon, promoted to the first team at the start of 2017/18. Liam Dempsey – Made his debut for Clevedon in July 2017 after previously graduating through the Academy at Weston-super-Mare and then going on to play for them in the National Conference. Clayton Fortune – Originally signed in September 2011 after playing at Aldershot Town, Clayton played for Spurs Youth, Bristol City, Port Vale, Leyton Orient, Darlington, Rushden & Diamonds, Mangotsfield United and Weston-superMare during his career. He returned in 2012/13 before moving again to Weston-super-Mare and then Hereford United before returning to Clevedon in July 2017 as Assistant Manager/Coach. Damien Freeman – Goalkeeper who signed in August 2017 having previously played for Thornbury Town, Winterbourne United and Yate Town. Kaine Gazzard - Midfielder from the U-18 squad who made his senior debut in December 2012. After leaving for spells at Bridgwater Town and Bristol Manor Farm he returned to The Hand in July 2016. Ryan Gissing - Ryan started with the North Somerset Football Development side and went on to Clevedon United before joining us in July 2015. Joe Hance - Striker who joined the club, initially on loan, from Cheltenham Town in February 2017.

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Kane Ingram – Experienced midfield-striker who joined the club in July 2017 having played for Bristol City, Weston-super-Mare, Cinderford Town, Paulton Rovers, Almondsbury Town and Yate Town Callum Kingdon - Signed from Winterbourne United in November 2015, Callum has also appeared for Longwell Green Sports, Cheddar and Langford Rovers. Dan Lammiman – Joined the club at the start of the 2017/18 season after playing for Bristol Rovers Under-18 side. Ashley Nevins - Head coach with the North Somerset Football Development squad and signed on as a player in July 2017. Daine O’Connor – Another player who has returned to the Seasiders for a further spell, after making his original debut in January 2007, Daine is a much travelled player who has appeared, amongst others, for Mangotsfield Utd, Paulton Rovers, Bristol Rovers, Bridgwater Town, Bitton, Frome Town, Taunton Town and Hanham. Conor O’Sullivan - Former Southampton scholar released in May 2012 before joining us in July 2013 after trials at Plymouth Argyle and Cheltenham Town. He subsequently left us for spells at Weston-super-Mare, Paulton and Bridgwater before returning to the Seasiders in July 2017.

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Who’s Who in the Clevedon Town Squad Isaac Reid - First signed for Clevedon in October 2013 from Chippenham Town, having played for Radstock Town and Ashton & Backwell, before returning in July 2016 after spells at Hallen and Bridgwater Town. Alex Russell - Alex first joined the club in July 2012 after leaving Bath City. He started his career at Burscough before going on to play for Rochdale, Glenavon, Cambridge United, Torquay United, Bristol City, Northampton Town, Cheltenham Town, Exeter City and Yeovil Town, making over 400 Football League appearances in the process. Alex re-joined Clevedon in July 2017 after initially retiring in 2013. Sekani Simpson – Sekani joined Clevedon from Weston-super-Mare in November 2016 having started his career in the youth ranks at Bristol City. After leaving City he had loan spells with Forest Green Rovers and Tamworth before joining Bath City, where he spent nearly 10 years and went on to make 376 appearances for the Romans before joining Weston-super-Mare in March 2016. Lucas Vowles – Making his debut as a substitute against Cheltenham Town in a friendly during 2016/17, Lucas is a youth player associated with the North Somerset Football Development squad. Alex White (Player-Coach) - Experienced player who signed in July 2015 having spent the 2014/15 season coaching with the North Somerset Development Team and has since carried out coaching at Clevedon; made an emergency appearance in goal in the 2016/17 season. Danny Wring – First signed for Clevedon from Mangotsfield United in November 2008 after starting his career at Bristol City, Torquay United,

Team Bath, Worcester City, Weston-super-Mare and Newport County. He later re-joined Mangotsfield United, returning briefly to Clevedon from Yate in July 2013, and then moved on to Bath City and Weston-super-Mare, before rejoining Clevedon in July 2017. The Management Team Mickey Bell (Player/Manager) - Micky was first appointed manager at Clevedon in May 2010 and was re-appointed in July 2015 after a spell as manager at Weston-super-Mare. He started his playing career at Northampton before moving to Wycombe Wanderers and Bristol City, where he spent 8 years before being released in the summer of 2005. After joining Port Vale for a short spell he then moved to Cheltenham Town, where he helped them gain promotion, as he had Bristol City. Injuries forced him to retire from the professional game and he moved to Team Bath as player-coach and then Weston-superMare in 2008, before leaving the following summer. He continued coaching youngsters in North Somerset and had a spell on the coaching staff at the Southampton FC Academy before being appointed at the Hand Stadium as a manager in his own right for the first time. Clayton Fortune (Assistant Manager/Coach) – Originally signed in September 2011 after playing at Aldershot Town, Clayton played for Spurs Youth, Bristol City, Port Vale, Leyton Orient, Darlington, Rushden & Diamonds, Mangotsfield United and Weston-super-Mare during his career. He returned in 2012/13 before moving again to Weston-super-Mare and then Hereford United before returning to Clevedon in July 2017. Hannah Lewis (Physio) – Hannah joined the club just after the start of the 2015/16 season.

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Buck’s Ed’s Look At Clevedon Town League Premier Division meeting. We welcome their management, players, club officials and all those supporters that have made the trip to Devon. We hope that you all enjoy your time here at Homers Heath and make use of the facilities we have to offer and later on have a safe journey home. This season, 2017-18 is their second season in this Premier Division, the league campaign started on the 12th August at home against Bitton and they picked up their first point of the season with a 1-1 draw, K Ingram scoring, and it was another draw coming away at Hengrove Athletic 0-0, and then recorded their first win away at bottom side Longwell Green Sports on the 22nd August, winning this game at a canter 5-0, D O’Connor with two, O Barnes, C O’Sullivan and I Reid scoring. Next up was a home game against Hallen, and they won this game impressively 3-1, L Dempsey with two and K Gazzard scoring, then their first league game in September they picked up another point with a 1-1 draw at home against Cadbury Heath, O Barnes scoring. They were also in action on Wednesday evening at home against Bridgwater Town, with this game ending in a 2-1 win, I Reid and own goal getting the points.. Writing this on Sunday they are still unbeaten in this league campaign, having played six games, and collecting twelve points from those games, and they were in eleventh place in the Premier Division table. In the FA Cup Extra-Preliminary Round they were at home against Bitton, which ended in 2-2 draw, K Gazzard and D O’Connor and they won the replay at home 1-0, O Barnes scoring. In the Preliminary Round they were away at Southern League South & West side Barnstaple Town and lost a close game 1-0. In the Les Phillips Cup Preliminary Round they were at home against Division One side Wincanton Town and won this tie 2-1, G Hayer and I Reid scoring. They also started in the FA Vase 1st Qualifying Round last Saturday away at Division One side Almondsbury and won this cup tie 2-1, K Gazzard and D

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O’Connor scoring. They will now be at home against Wellington in the 2nd Qualifying on the 23rd September After today’s game, they are then away at Brislington, and in four Premier Meetings they have collected one point, away they lost two, conceding three, gaining no points, and in last season’s corresponding game it was a 2-0 loss. Then they are away at Willand Rovers on the 30th September, and again in four Premier meetings they have picked up three points, and away they have won one, lost one, scoring one, conceding five, gaining three points, and again in last season’s game there it ended in a 5-0 defeat, the win coming in the 2015-16 season, 1-0. This is their second spell in the Western League Premier Division, that first spell lasted for sixteen seasons, and it started in the 1977-78 season and it finished in the 1992-93 season when they were crowned champions and were promoted to the South League Midlands Division, that lasted one season and they were then transferred to the Southern League Southern Division and they were there for four seasons, but in the 1998-99 they were moved back to the Midlands Division and once again this lasted a season, as they were crowned champions and promoted to the Premier Division. They were there for two seasons, but were relegated at the end of the 200001 season and went into the Western Division and stayed there for five seasons and were crowned champions in the 2005-06 season, and again were promoted to the Premier Division. This time they lasted for four seasons, before being relegated after finishing in 21st place in the 2009-10 season, and this time they went into the South & West Division and they were there for five seasons before their relegation. In the first spell in their sixteen seasons in the Western League Premier Division, they played 647 games, winning 257, drawing 160, losing 230, scoring 1018, conceding 900, gaining 670 points, the lowest position they finished in was 17th place in both 1978-79 and 1984-85

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Buck’s Ed’s Look At Clevedon Town Premier, 2015-16 in 19th place, and then last season 2016-17 they finished five places higher in fourteenth place. So they have now played 82 games, winning 21, drawing 13, losing 48, scoring 115, conceding 191, gaining 76 points, which means that they have won 25%, drawn 16%, lost 59% of those games, scoring 1.39 goals per game, conceding 2.34 goals per game, gaining 0.9 points per game.

seasons. In this spell they won 40% of those games, drew 25%, lost 35%, scoring 1.57 goals per game, conceding 1.39 goals per game, gaining 1.03 points per game. Western League Premier 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93

P W D 34 16 9 38 11 7 38 16 10 38 15 11 38 11 12 38 9 12 38 16 8 42 12 12 42 12 18 42 14 13 42 13 12 40 16 7 40 16 8 40 16 10 40 28 5 38 34 4 628 255 158

L F A P GD 9 62 41 55* 21 6th 20 50 64 40 -14 17th 12 74 58 42 16 7th 12 65 52 41 13 8th 15 58 60 33* -2 13th 17 36 56 30 -20 14th 14 55 56 40 -1 7th 18 45 56 35* -11 17th 12 55 47 42 8 10th 15 58 60 41 -2 12th 17 42 56 38 -14 13th 17 63 70 39 -7 11th 16 58 60 56 -2 10th 14 52 55 58 -3 11th 7 90 28 89 62 2nd 0 137 23 106 114 1st 215 1000 842 662 158

Western League Premier 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18

P W D L F A 38 6 6 26 33 100 38 12 4 22 70 87 6 3 3 0 12 4 82 21 13 48 115 191

P 24 40 12 76

GD -67 19th -17 14th 8 -76

In Both spells they have now played 710 games, winning 276, drawing 171, lost 263, scoring 1115, conceding 1033, gaining 738 points, which means they have won 39% of those games, drawing 24%, lost 37%, scoring 1,57 goals per game, conceding 1.46 goals per game, gaining 1.03 points per game.

WL Premier 1st Spell 2nd Spell

In this current second spell they finished their first season back in the Western League

P 628 82 710

W 255 21 276

D L F A P GD 158 215 1000 842 662 158 13 48 115 191 76 -76 171 263 1115 1033 738 82

Clevedon Town’s League Statistics 2017-18 5-Aug 8-Aug 12-Aug 16-Aug 19-Aug

Home Away Home Away Away

FA Cup E-P FA Cup E-P League League FA Cup P

Bitton Bitton Bitton Hengrove Athletic Barnstaple Town

D W D D L

2-2 K Gazzard, D O'Connor 0-1 O Barnes 1-1 K Ingram 0-0 1-0

99

22-Aug 26-Aug 30-Aug 6-Sep 9-Sep 13-Sep

Away Home Home Home Away Home

League L Phillips P League League FA Vase 1st Q League

Longwell Green Sports Wincanton Town Hallen Cadbury Heath Almondsbury Bridgwater

W W W D W W

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

123 58 93 71 50

D O'Connor 2, O Barnes, C O'Sullivan, I Reid G Hayer, I Reid L Dempsey 2, K Gazzard O Barnes K Gazzard, D O'Connor

2-1 I Reid, OG

76 75

72


ClevedonTown’s League Statistics 2017-18 Home Away Total Overall

Home

P 4 2 6

W 2 1 3

1 D 21

D 2 1 3

L 0 0 0

2 D 22

F 7 5 12

3 W 23

1

2

3

76

93

71 72

4

1

A Pts GD 4 8 3 0 4 5 4 12 8

4 W 24

5 D 25

5

6

3

4

D W D W

Away

D W

6 W 26

7

2

Home

8

5

6

7

8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

20

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

27

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

18

19

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

20

Total

Ave

312

78

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

P W D 2 0 0 5 0 1 4 0 0 1 1 0 4 0 0 4 0 1 4 0 0 4 1 0 5 0 1 2 0 1 4 0 0 4 1 0 5 3 0 1 0 0 5 2 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 1 4 1 0 4 0 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 4 0 0

L F 1 0 2 5 2 1 0 2 2 3 1 3 2 1 1 4 2 3 0 1 2 1 1 3 0 8 0 0 0 9 2 3 2 1 1 2 1 10 2 3 0 4 0 1 2 1

A 2 9 7 1 6 4 6 9 8 1 4 5 2 0 1 9 9 3 2 6 3 0 6

W 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1

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

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

F 0 1 2 0 1 0 2 2 1 4 1 2 6 0 8 0 3 3 4 2 2 1 1

A P GD 4 0 -6 5 4 -8 2 2 -6 0 3 1 3 1 -5 3 1 -4 4 0 -7 5 6 -8 5 2 -9 3 4 1 1 3 -3 5 4 -5 6 12 6 0 1 0 2 13 14 8 0 -14 9 0 -14 5 1 -3 2 9 10 6 0 -7 4 3 -1 1 4 1 5 3 -9

82 11 5 26 69 103 10 8 22 46 88 73 -76 P W D

F

A

W D

2015-16 38 3

0 16 16

55

3

6 10 17 45 24 -67

2016-17 38 6

3 10 46

44

6

1 12 24 43 40 -17

2017-18 6

2

4

1

1

2

L

0

7

L

0

F

5

A

0

P

12

GD

8

82 11 5 26 69 103 10 8 22 46 88 76 -76

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Buckland Athletic’s Record Versus Clevedon Town The first time we met in the Western League Premier Division was in the 2015-16 season, after they were relegated from the Southern League South & West Division. The first league game came away on the 20th February and we ran out easy winners 6-0, L Moseley, L Gardner, G Hammon, S Gill, E Laight and an own goal doing the damage with the attendance being 81. Team that played: T Buckler, L Drew, L Perring, N Rudge, S Laughton, L Head, J Lewington, D Griffiths, G Hammon, L Moseley, L Gardner, substitutes S Gill replaced Moseley, C Johansen replaced Gardner, E Laight replaced Hammon. We played at home on the 30th April and we won this game 5-0, L Moseley and G Hammon each getting two, and C Johansen scoring, and the attendance was 108. The team that played was: T Buckler, G Buckmaster, L Perring, M Revell, N Milton, L Head, L Gardner, D Griffiths, L Moseley, J Lewington, C Johansen, substitutes E Laight replaced Moseley, A Robertson replaced Gardner, and Hammon replaced Griffiths, with both M Revell and L Head being booked. We actually first met this season on the 15 th August in the FA Cup Extra-Preliminary Round and we won that game 3-0, E Laight with two and J Lewington scoring, and the attendance was 133. The team that played: G Fisher, L Drew, L Perring, K Green, S Laughton, L Head, S Gill, A Robertson, G Hammon, J Lewington, E Laight, G Buckmaster, D Griffiths, K Parkin, with Green being booked. Moving onto the 2016-17 season, we first played them away on the 12th October and were beaten 4-3, N Rudge, L Head and C Johansen scoring and it was played in front of 79 spectators. The team that played was: T Buckler, C Walters, L Perring, N Ridge, L Drew, L Head, K Green, R Groves,G Hammon, J Lewington, C Johansen, with substitutes R Dabbs replacing Head, E Laight replaced Groves, with Perring, Head, .

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Lewington and Johansen all receiving yellow cards They completed the league doubles over us this season 2016-17 they won here at the Heath 2-0 on the 4th April, played in front of 119. Team that played was: G Fisher, R Dabbs, S Laughton, N Rudge, K Green, L Head, S Revell, R Groves, C Johansen, J Lewington, L Gardner, substitutes being D Griffiths replaced Rudge, J Ewing replaced Johansen. So in four Premier Division meetings we held the upper hand in the first season we met but Clevedon then went on to beat us twice in the second season, which means that honours are even. In those four games, we won two, lost two, scoring fourteen, conceding six, gaining six points. At home we have won one, lost one, scoring five, conceding two, gaining three points, whilst away we have won one, lost one, scoring nine, conceding four, gaining three points.

HOME AWAY TOTAL

P

W

D

L

2 2 4

1 1 2

0 0 0

1 5 2 1 9 4 2 14 6

ATTENDANCE 1

F

GD

P

3 5 8

3 3 6

2 TOTAL AVE

HOME 108 119 AWAY

A

81 79

1 2 W L AWAY W L OVERALL W W

227 113.5 160 80 3

4

L

L

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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 8 1000

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 4 307

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 0 106

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 12 1327

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 6 634

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 2 272

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 80

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 0 147

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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 11 1168

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 7 762

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 20 1905

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 10 1099

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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 21-Oct 28-Oct 4-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 21-Apr 28-Apr

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

FA Cup E-P League League League League League League League League League St Lukes League League League League League League 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 Hallen Bitton Cadbury Heath 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) Bradford Town Longwell Green Sports

169 122 97 116 145 116 136 161 112 3pm 7.30pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 7.30pm 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

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

Gardner, Si Revell Groves 2 (1 Pen), Kelly Johansen, Groves, Wright, Lewington Johansen

2-1 4-1 3-3 2-2 1-4

Lewington, Rudge Lewington 2, Groves 2 (1 pen) Johansen, Gardner, Lewington Lewington, Head Groves 2 (1 pen), Gardner, Wright


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 3pm 7.30pm

23-Sep 30-Sep 7-Oct 17-Oct 21-Oct 28-Oct 4-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 Away League Away League Home League Home League Away League Home League Away League Away League Home League Away League Home League Away League Home League Away League Away League Away League Home League Away League Away League Home League Home League Away League

Bradford Town Cribbs Bridgwater Town Bridport Hallen Bitton Cadbury Heath 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

3pm 3pm 3pm 7.30pm 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 21-Apr 28-Apr

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

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

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

L W W W W W D D W

22

33

44

Walters Drew Drew Laughton Drew Laughton Drew Laughton Green

Drew Barker Perring Drew Barker Drew Barker Drew S Revell

Rudge Rudge Rudge Rudge Rudge Rudge Rudge Rudge Rudge

RESULTS

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

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


33

rew rker rring rew rker rew rker rew evell

44 Rudge Rudge Rudge Rudge Rudge 1 Rudge Rudge Rudge Rudge

55 Kelly

Kelly 1 Laight Kelly Kelly Beattie Beattie Beattie Kelly

66 Head Head Head Head Head Head Head Head 1 Head

77

88

99

10 10

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

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)


Buckland Athletic 1st Team Statistics 2017-18 P 5 3 8

Home Away Total P 6

W 4 W

Overall

W 4 2 6 D 2 W

1 W 21

Player R Groves

D 1 1 2

L 0 0 0

L 0 W

F 16 D

2 W 22

3 W 23

F A Pts GD 12 6 13 6 11 7 7 4 23 13 20 10 A 8 D 4 W 24

5 W 25

1

6 2

C Wright 3

4

5

6

9

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

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

Pts GD 14 8 W

League 7 C Johansen

J Lewington

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 4th 3rd 3rd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st

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 Away W D W

6 D 26

7 D 27

8 W 28

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

3 C Kelly

1 L Gardner

2

2 N Rudge

1 L Head

1

7

8

9

10

11

12 13 14

15

16

TOTAL 23 17

Home 122 116 145 116 161

2017-18

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

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

18

19

20

Total

Ave

660

132.00

L/C ALL TIME Yell Red Total Goals Appear Goals 2 2 1 31 8 427 7 9 1 104 6 8 1 97 10 9 178 5 4 303 78 9 7 48 22 6 2 97 56 9 6 110 68 8 3 111 33 9 4 79 24 1 1 3 4 4 129 1 7 95 3 107 8 1 64 3 1 120 3 3 3 3 1 8 1 2 134 8 1 1

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Buckland Athletics' Western League Premier History Barnstaple Town Bishop Sutton Bitton Bradford 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

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P 4 6 10 6 10 11 10 10 3 4 4 10 10 2 4 4 11 11 10 4 4 7 8 11 1 5 2 10 6 198 P 38 40 36 38 38 8 198

W 2 1 3 2 4 3 2 4 1 1 1 3 4 1 0 0 3 0 3 2 1 4 2 3 1 3 1 2 2 59 W 8 7 12 14 14 4 59

D 0 2 0 1 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 18 D 6 7 1 1 2 1 18

L F A 0 10 1 0 5 2 2 9 3 0 9 2 0 14 7 1 11 8 1 10 11 0 13 4 0 3 2 1 5 2 1 7 3 1 12 3 0 14 1 0 4 0 2 2 5 2 0 5 1 10 5 4 5 11 1 14 5 0 16 2 1 2 1 0 10 1 2 11 5 2 9 6 0 3 2 0 11 5 0 4 1 0 8 2 1 7 5 23 242 111 L F A 5 49 28 6 33 23 5 45 16 4 48 17 3 55 21 0 12 6 23 242 111

W 1 2 3 3 2 1 2 4 1 1 1 2 4 0 1 0 4 3 2 1 2 2 2 1 0 2 0 1 3 51 W 7 9 11 10 12 2 51

D 0 0 1 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 17 D 4 3 1 5 3 1 17

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Western League Tables & Fixtures 2017-18 Premier Division P W Buckland Athletic 8 6 Willand Rovers 8 6 Street 9 5 Shepton Mallet 9 5 Cribbs 8 5 Melksham Town 10 4 Bradford Town 7 4 Odd Down (Bath) 8 4 Clevedon Town 6 3 Bitton 6 3 Chipping Sodbury Town 8 3 Bridgwater Town 8 3 Brislington 8 3 Hengrove Athletic 6 2 Bridport 5 2 Hallen 7 1 Cadbury Heath 6 1 Wells City 9 1 Wellington 8 1 Longwell Green Sports 8 0 Saturday 9th September FA Vase 1st Qualifing Round Almondsbury 1-2 Bitton 1-3 Bridport 1-2 Cadbury Heath 3-1 Malmesbury Victoria 5-3 aet Tavistock 2-0 Wellington 3-1 Welton Rovers 0-1 Witheridge 1-9 AFC St Austell 9-1 Ashton & Backwell Utd 2-1 Cheddar 1-3 Cove 0-3 East Cowes Athletic 1-3 Petersfield Town 1-0 Pewsey Vale 0-2 Roman Glass St George 2-0 aet Warminster Town 3-1 Windsor 2-1 Premier Division Bradford Town 1-1 Longwell Green Sports 1-4 Melksham Town 3-3 Shepton Mallet 1-0 First Division Bishop Sutton 2-1 Bristol Telephones 2-3 Tuesday 12th September Premier Division Brislington Cribbs Hallen Odd Down (Bath) Street First Division Almondsbury Chippenham Park

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Melksham Town Bitton Longwell Green Sports Shepton Mallet Wells City

2-3 Bishop Sutton 1-1 Corsham Town

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

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Radstock Town Warminster Town Westbury United

Wednesday 13th September Premier Division Clevedon Town 2-1 Bridgwater Town Hengrove Athletic 4-1 Chipping Sodbury Town Willand Rovers 11-0 Wellington First Division Chard Town 0-3 Welton Rovers Sherborne Town — Cheddar Saturday 16th September Premier Division Bitton vs Street Bridgwater Town vs Cadbury Heath Bridport vs Hengrove Athletic Buckland Athletic vs Clevedon Town Chipping Sodbury Town vs Cribbs Longwell Green Sports vs Shepton Mallet Melksham Town vs Willand Rovers Odd Down (Bath) vs Hallen Wellington vs Brislington Wells City vs Bradford Town First Division Calne Town vs Bishops Lydeard Bristol Telephones vs Devizes Town Chard Town vs Westbury United Cheddar vs Corsham Town Chippenham Park vs Portishead Town Oldland Abbotonians vs Bishop Sutton Radstock Town vs Roman Glass St George Sherborne Town vs Ashton & Backwell Utd Warminster Town vs Almondsbury Wincanton Town vs Malmesbury Victoria


Toolstation Western League Premier Round-Up BITTON….were playing in the FA Vase 1st Qualifying Round last Saturday at home against Brislington, but they exited the competition when beaten 3-1. In their last league they had a very good win away at Melksham Town 20, they also defeated Cadbury Heath at home 31, and they are unbeaten in their last four league games, after they also drew away at Bradford Town 0-0, and they have lost just once in their opening six games. They were also in action on Tuesday evening and faced a tough game away at a team that has scored nine times in each their last two games, Cribbs, with this game ending in a very good 1-0 win. Today they are in league action and are at home against Street, and they have now played them twenty-two times in the Premier Division and have collected thirty-four points from those games, at home they won three, drawn four, lost four, scoring nineteen, conceding twenty-two, gaining thirteen points, and in last seasons corresponding game 2-1 defeat, their last win coming in the 2010-11 season 1-0. Then comes an away game at Hengrove Athletic, and in their only Premier game against them back in the 2013-14 season, and they won this game 1-0. Last five league games: LDWWW League Position: 10th BRADFORD TOWN….were in Premier Division action last Saturday and they were at home against Odd Down (Bath) and this game finished with honours even when they drew 1-1, before this game they had also drew the previous game away at Shepton Mallet 2-2, but then added a win with a 2-1 home win over Chipping Sodbury Town. They are still unbeaten in this league campaign after seven games, dropping just six points in those games. Today they are away at Wells City and in just two league games they have collected two points, the away game they drew 1-1 there last season. Then the following Saturday they are here at Homers Heath against ourselves, Buckland, and in six Premier Division meetings they have collected one point, and away they have drawn one, lost two, scoring two,

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conceding nine, gaining a single point, last season’s game was the game that they did pick up that point with a 2-2 draw. Last six league games: WWDWDD League Position: 7th BRIDGWATER TOWN….were last in league action on the 5th September at home against Hallen, and they won this game 3-0, before this they drew 11 at home with Bridport, won 3-0 away at Wells City, and were beaten at home by Shepton Mallet. They also exited the FA Cup beaten away at Gosport Borough 1-0. They were in league action on Wednesday evening away at Clevedon Town, with this game ending a 2-1 defeat. Today they are at home Cadbury Heath, and then this followed by an away game at Bradford Town. They are now starting to settle into Western League Premier Division, and at this time were unbeaten in the last three games. Last six League games: LLWDWL League Position: 12th BRIDPORT….were in FA Vase 1st Qualifying Round action last Saturday at home against Wincanton Town, and they went out of the competition when beaten 2-1 by the team from Division One. In their league campaign they won 2-1 away at Wells City, drew 1-1 away with Bridgwater Town, but were beaten at home by new boys Wellington 3-2. However they remain in the FA Cup with their good win coming at home against Southern League South & West side Barnstaple Town, winning this game 1-0, which takes them into 2nd Qualifying Round against a fellow Premier Division club Cadbury Heath, which will be played today. Next in this league campaign is an away game at Bitton, and in twelve Premier Division meetings they have collected fifteen points, away they have won three, lost three, scoring eight, conceding sixteen, gaining nine points, and in last season’s corresponding game ended in a 2-1 win. Last five league games: WLLDW League Position: 15th

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Toolstation Western League Premier Round-Up BRISLINGTON….were involved in the FA Vase 1st Qualifying Round last Saturday away at Bitton and they ran out 3 -1 winners, taking them into the 2nd Qualifying Round, and they will be away at South West Peninsula League Division One East side Crediton United (Step Seven). In their league campaign last time out they were well beaten away at Chipping Sodbury Town 4-1, lost 1-0 away at Odd Down (Bath), beaten 4-1 here at Homers Heath by ourselves, Buckland and won at home against Cribbs 2-1. They were back in league action on Tuesday evening at home against fourth placed Melksham Town with game ending in an impressive 2-1 win. Today they are away at new boys Wellington, and in six Premier Division meetings they have collected seven points, away they have won one, drawn one, lost one, scoring nine, conceding four, gaining four points, and the last time they played them in this division back in the 2010-11 season they picked up that only away win 6-0. Last six league games: DWLLLW League Position: 13th CADBURY HEATH….were another Premier side involved in the FA Vase 1st Qualifying Round and were at home against South West Peninsula League Division One West (Step Seven), St Blazey and they ran out 3-1 winners on the day, which takes them into the 2nd Qualifying where they will face an all Premier Division tie at home against Shepton Mallet. In their last league game they drew 1-1 away at our visitors today, Clevedon Town, were beaten 3-1 away at Bitton, defeated Hallen at home 5-2, and were beaten away at Cribbs 3-0. Today they should be FA Cup 2nd Qualifying Round action away at Bridport. Then next up in their league campaign should be a home game against strugglers Longwell Green Sports, and they have played them ten times in the Premier Division and have picked up twenty points from those games, at home they have won three, drawn two, scoring thirteen, conceding seven, gaining eleven points, and in last seasons meeting there Heath won 31.

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Last six league games: LLLWLD League Position: 17th CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN…were in FA Vase 1st Qualifying Round action last Saturday and they were away at Western League Division One side Malmesbury Victoria, and they fell to a surprising 5-3 defeat after extra time, this was only their second season in this competition and in that first season, 2016-17 they were knocked out at the same stage by Fairford Town away 32. In their last league game they had a very good 4-1 win at home against Brislington, before that they were beaten away at Bradford Town 21, lost 3-0 at home against Willand Rovers and before that they drew 2-2 at home with high flying Melksham Town. They were in league action on Wednesday evening way at new boys this season Hengrove Athletic, which ended in a 4-1 defeat Today they are at home against Cribbs, and in last season’s corresponding game ended in a 2-1 win. They are then away at Shepton Mallet and in last season’s meeting there it was a good 2-1 win. Last six league games: WDLLWL League Position: 11th CRIBBS….have had a very good start to this new season, and last Saturday they were involved in the FA Vase 1st Qualifying Round and were away at South West Peninsula League Premier (Step Six), strugglers Witheridge, and they ran out easy winners, thrashing the Devon side 9-1, and in the 2nd Qualifying Round they will be away in Devon once more this time against another side from the South West Peninsula League Premier Cullompton Rangers. They have made a very good start to this new league campaign, and in their last league game they ran riot scoring another nine goals, this time they defeated bottom side Longwell Green Sports away 9-0, before that it was a 3-2 home win against Wells City, a 2-1 defeat at Hengrove Athletic and a 1-0 home win over Wellington. They were in action on Tuesday evening at home against Bitton and this game ended in a

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Toolstation Western League Premier Round-Up 1-0 loss. Today they are away at Chipping Sodbury Town, and in last season’s corresponding game it ended in a 2-1 defeat. Last six league games: LWLWWL League Position: 5th HALLEN….were knocked out of the FA Vase 1st Qualifying Round last Saturday away at South West Peninsula League Premier champions Tavistock 2-0. They are also really struggling in their league campaign again this season, in their last league game they were beaten 3-0 away at Bridgwater Town, lost 1-0 at home against Street, lost 3-1 away at Clevedon Town, and were also beaten 5 -2 away at Cadbury Heath. They were also in league action on Tuesday evening at home against the side below them and bottom of the table Longwell Green Sports, and this important game ended in a good 3-0 win. Today they are away at Odd Down (Bath), and in twenty-two Premier meetings they have collected twenty-six points, away they have won three, drawn three, lost five, scoring eleven, conceding twenty-one, gaining twelve points, and in last season’s meeting there they were beaten 4-0, and their last win came in the 2011-12 season 1-0. Last six league games: DLLLLW League Position: 16th HENGROVE ATHLETIC….were in league action last Saturday away at Shepton Mallet and they were beaten 1-0, before that they won 2-1 at home against Cribbs, lost 1-0 away at Odd Down (Bath), and drew 0-0 at home against Clevedon Town. They were also beaten in the Les Phillips Cup Preliminary Round by Division One side Almondsbury at home 3-2. They were also in action on Wednesday evening at home against Chipping Sodbury Town and this game ended in a fine 4-1 win. Today once again they are in league action, this time away at Bridport, and when they met them in the only other season Athletic were in the Premier away they were well beaten 5-2. Then comes another league game at home against Bitton, and again in their first ever meeting at

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home with them it ended in a 1-0 defeat. Last five league games: DDLWLW League Position: 14th LONGWELL GREEN SPORTS….are having a dreadful start to this new league campaign and they are currently rock bottom in the Premier Division table, after losing their opening eight league games. Last Saturday they were at home against ourselves, Buckland they were beaten 4-1, although they did register their first goal this season. Before this they were thrashed at home by Cribbs 9-0, lost 6-0 at home against Melksham Town, lost 5-0 at home against Clevedon Town, and lost 5-0 again this time at home against Bradford , they were also defeated away at Street 4-0. They faced an important game on Tuesday evening away at nineteenth placed Hallen, with this game containing the leagues bottom two sides, and the game ended in another defeat 3-0. Today they are in league action and are at home against Shepton Mallet, and in six Premier meetings they have picked up twelve points, at home they have they have won one, lost two, scoring seven, conceding twelve, gaining three points and in last seasons corresponding game ended in a 3-2 win. Last six league games: LLLLLL League Position: 20th MELKSHAM TOWN….have now dropped fifteen points in their opening ten league games, and last Saturday they drew 3-3 at home against last season’s runners-up Street. Before this they suffered a 2-0 home defeat against BItton, drew 2-2 here at Homers Heath against ourselves, Buckland, but they did thrash Longwell Green Sports away 6-0, but before that were beaten at home by Shepton Mallet 2-1. They were also in league action on Tuesday evening away at Brislington, and this game ended in a 2-1 defeat. Today they were in league action and faced a another tough game at home against second placed Willand Rovers, and in twenty Premier league games they have picked up fifteen points, at home they won two, drawn

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Toolstation Western League Premier Round-Up five, lost three, scoring ten, conceding fifteen, gaining eleven points, and in last season’s corresponding game it ended in a 1-1 draw. They are then at home against Hengrove Athletic, and when they last played them there (at the old Conigre) in the 2013-14 season they thrashed them 6-0. Last six league games: LWDLDL League Position: 6th ODD DOWN (BATH)….were in league action last Saturday and they drew 1-1 away at fellow high flyers Bradford Town. Before that they won 1-0 at home against Brislington, won 2-1 away at Street, won 1-0 at home against Hengrove Athletic, but were beaten away at Melksham Town 3 -0. They were also beaten in the FA Cup 1 st Qualifying Round at home by Southern League Premier side Weymouth, losing this tie 5-0. They were also in league action on Tuesday evening at home against form side Shepton Mallet, and this game ended in a 2-1 defeat. Today they are at home again, this time against strugglers Hallen, and in twenty-two Premier games, they have collected thirty-five points, at home they won five, drawn three, lost three, scoring twenty-one, conceding eleven, gaining eighteen points, and in last season’s corresponding game it ended in a easy 4-0 win. Then comes an away game at Cadbury Heath, and in ten meetings they have picked up nine points, away they have won one, drawn two, lost two, scoring twelve, conceding fourteen , gaining five points, and in last season’s meeting there they won 3-2. Last six league games: LWWWDL League Position: 8th SHEPTON MALLET….were in league action last Saturday and they were at home against Hengrove Athletic and they won this encounter 1-0, before that they were beaten away at second placed Willand Rovers 3-0, they drew 2-2 at home with Bradford Town, won 2-1 away at Melksham Town, and they won 2-1 away at Bridgwater Town. They were also in league action on Tuesday evening away at Odd Down (Bath) and this game ended

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in a very good 2-1 win. Today it is league action again, and they are away at the divisions bottom side Longwell Green Sports, and in six Premier meetings they have picked up six points, and away they have won two, lost one, scoring ten, conceding four, gaining six points, and in last seasons corresponding game it ended in a 3-2 defeat. Then comes a home game against Chipping Sodbury Town, and in last season’s meeting there it ended in a 2-1 defeat. Last six league games: WWDLWW League Position: 4th STREET….had an entertaining league game last Saturday away at Melksham Town, and it ended all square at 3-3, before that they defeated Wellington at home 2-1, won 1-0 away at Hallen, drew 3-3 at home against ourselves Buckland but were then beaten at home by Odd Down (Bath) 2-1. They were also in league action on Tuesday evening at home against Wells City, with the game ending in a good 4-0 win. Today they are away at Bitton, and in twenty-two Premier encounters they have collected twenty-five points, away they have won four, drawn four, lost three, scoring twenty-two, conceding nineteen, gaining sixteen points, and in last season’s corresponding game ended in a 2-1 win. Then comes another away game, this time against Brislington, and again in twenty-two Premier games they have picked up twenty-eight points, away they have won two, drawn three, lost six, scoring twelve, conceding twenty-two, gaining nine points, and last season’s meeting there ended in a 5-4 win Last six league games: LDWWDW League Position: 3rd WELLINGTON….have struggled early on in their return to the Premier Division, but last Saturday they were involved in an FA Vase 1st Qualifying tie at home against fellow Premier side Wells City and they ran out 3-1, and in the 2nd Qualifying Round and face another side from the Premier Division, this time away at Clevedon Town. In their league campaign and in their last game they were beaten away at Street 2-1,

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Toolstation Western League Premier Round-Up beaten away at Cribbs 1-0, won away at Bridport 3-2, the first and only win so far in this league campaign, lost 2-1 away at Shepton Mallet and lost 2-1 away at Wells City. They were also in league action on Wednesday evening away at second placed Willand Rovers, with this game ending in a very heavy 11-0 defeat. Today they are at home against Brislington, then that is followed by an away game at Hallen. Last six league games: LLWLLL League Position: 19th WELLS CITY….were in FA Vase 1st Qualifying Round action away at Wellington and they were beaten 3-1. They have struggled a bit early on in this league campaign, in their last game they were beaten at home 2-1 by Bridport, beaten away at Cribbs 3-2, beaten at home by Willand Rovers 3-2 and again at home they were beaten by Bridgwater Town 3-0, and before that beaten 2-1 here at the Heath by ourselves, Buckland, so they had lost their last five league games. They were also in action on Tuesday evening away at Street, and this game ended in another defeat this time 4-0. Today they are also in league action at home against Bradford Town, and in last season’s corresponding game it ended in a 1-1 draw. They are then away at Bitton, and in eight Premier meetings they have collected eight points, away they have won two, drawn one, lost one, scoring eleven, conceding eight, gaining

FA Vase: Completing an incredible week for the club, Cribbs scored nine goals away from home for the second time in five days, smashing Witheridge 9-1 to reach the next round of the Vase. Charlie Aldom bagged a hat-trick, with Nathan Legge and Ben Dowdell each adding braces for the freescoring visitors. Unfortunately Bishops Lydeard

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Seven points, in the last game it was a 2-1 win for them. Last six league games: LLLLLL League Position: 18th WILLAND ROVERS….were in FA Vase 1st Qualifying Round action last Saturday and they were away at Western League Division One side Welton Rovers and they won this 1-0, and in the 2nd Qualifying Round they will heat home against a strong South West Peninsula League Premier side Saltash United. In their league campaign, they have made a great start and in last game they won 3-0 at home against Shepton Mallet, won away at Wells City 2-1, won 3-0 away at Chipping Sodbury Town, defeated last season’s runners up Street at home 2-0 and defeated Bridport away 5-1. They were also in league action on Wednesday evening at home against Wellington, and this game ended in a huge 11-0 win. Today they are back in league action and face a tough test away at Melksham Town, and in twenty Premier meetings they have collected twenty-three points, away they have won three, drawn five, lost two, scoring fifteen, conceding ten, gaining fourteen points, and in last season’s corresponding game it ended in a 1-1 draw. Then comes a home game against Clevedon Town, and in last season’s corresponding game it ended in a fine 5-0 win. Last six league games: WWWWWW League Position: 2nd

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Wright sandwiching a Joe Chamberlain header during their 3-1 win at home to Wells City. Stuart Windsor scored twice, and Billy Gleed once in Calne Town’s 3-1 win away at East Cowes Athletic, and a Lewis McCarron double led Chippenham Park to a 2-0 win on the road against Pewsey Vale. In one of the most entertaining games of the day, Malmesbury Victoria overcame a two-goal deficit to claim a 5-3 extra-time win over Chipping Sodbury Town. Two goals from George Box and a strike from Justin Bishop helped Sodbury claim a 31 lead just after the break. Malmesbury then scored twice in quick succession through Josh Russell and Scott Reynolds to level things up, and with their tails up they pushed on in extra-time to claim victory. Matty Jenkins gave the Vics their first lead of the afternoon, and they had goalkeeper Adam Clatworthy to thank for preserving that after he saved a penalty to stop George Box completing his hat-trick. Man of the Match Josh Hughes wrapped up the victory for Malmesbury, scoring their fifth late on. Clevedon Town left it late before booking their spot in the 2nd qualifying round after winning 2-1 against fellow Western League side Almondsbury. Town went ahead in the 31st minute through Daine O’Connor, before the home side got back on level terms in first-half injury time thanks to a free-kick from Jack Dempsey. Then, when extra-time looked like a certainty, Kaine Gazzard popped up with a winner for Clevedon in the first minute of stoppage time. Tom Morris and Dan Wise were on the scoresheet for Wincanton Town as they won 2-1 at Bridport, while Willand Rovers ran out 1-0 winners against Welton Rovers thanks to a 25th minute chipped finish from Luke Mortimore. At Weymouth Street, captain Charlie Walton scored twice, and Liam Gibbens once as Warminster Town claimed a 3-1 win over Folland Sports. Corsham Town fell to a 1-0 defeat away at Petersfield Town, but there was success for First Division leaders Westbury United who won 3-0 at Cove following a brace from Mark Robinson and a late Jamie Jordan strike. Two Neikell Plummer free-kicks were pivotal in Brislington overturning a 1-0 deficit to defeat Bitton 3-1, and Hallen fell to a 2-0 loss at Tavistock. After drawing blanks in the first half, goals after the break from Sacha Tong, Matt Huxley and Simon McElroy fired Cadbury Heath to a 3-1 win over South West Peninsula League side St Blazey. Radstock Town eased

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.to a 3-1 win themselves, against fellow First Divi-

sion outfit Cheddar, with Morgan Skipp, James Rustell and Jack Witcombe netting for the visitors. Roman Glass St George made it through to the next round, with goals from Ken Oni and Joe Swift helping them to a 2-0 extra-time win over Elburton Villa.. The FA Vase is over this season for Keynsham Town, Sherborne Town and Devizes Town, with the Western League trio all falling to away defeats against Bovey Tracey, Plymouth Parkway and Windsor respectively. Premier Division: Buckland Athletic extended their lead atop the table following a 4-1 win away at bottom side Longwell Green Sports. The home side did score for the first time in the league this season but it wasn’t enough as goals from Lloyd Gardner, Chris Wright and Lloyd Gardner secured the win for Buckland. Melksham Town and Street shared six goals in a 3-3 thriller at the Oakfield Stadium. The visitors surged ahead in the early stages thanks to a goal from Harry Foster, but Melksham soon hit their stride and grabbed the lead following a quickfire double from Joe Stradling and Dan Demkiv. Demkiv then added his second just after the hour mark to double the advantage, but Street had the last word grabbing a point thanks to goals from David O’Hare and Steve Murray. Shepton Mallet defeated Hengrove Athletic 1-1 thanks to a goal from Joe Morgan, while a late own-goal salvaged a 1-1 draw for Bradford Town with Odd Down who went ahead in the 62nd minute through Kye Simpson. First Division: James Boyland starred in Chard Town’s 3-2 win away at Bristol Telephones, ending their hosts perfect start to the campaign. A thirdminute own-goal put Chard in front, before Boyland jumped on an error from the Phones back-line to double the lead after just ten minutes. The home side came out firing in the second half, and got themselves back into the game in the 59th minute when Leon Britton headed home. The game’s second own-goal got the home side back on level terms, but ten minutes from time Boyland fired home a 25-yard screamer to grab all three points for Town. In the game at Lakeview, Bishop Sutton moved up to sixth following a 2-1 win at home to Portishead Town.

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Down Memory Lane Hello everyone and welcome along to another journey back down the long and distant road in time, which will see us today stop in 1969, where we will look at a programme from the Notts County versus Lincoln City in a League Division Four fixture, courtesy of a batch of programmes I bought on eBay to add to my own collection of memorabilia.

Today's edition is from Wednesday 17th September, 1969 when the hosts Notts County were to entertain Lincoln City, all this information is on the front cover along with the price of the official programme was one shilling. Page 2 is divided into two adverts, the top one being for the spot the ball competition in the local Football Post and News Newspaper, with the second advert being for the South Notts Coal Board where they are looking for electrical and mechanical apprentices to work for the National Coal Board. Page 3 is

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packed with information about Notts County and covers the seven games played so far this term. It also looks at a couple of new signings and is generally very informative about what's happened and what they hope will happen during the season. Page 4 is called ‘Here Today’ and gives a detailed run-down on the visiting team today, looking at their history from their formation in 1884 and mentioning what honours they have won. Also there is a very brief pen picture of the players from Lincoln, who may play this evening. Page 5 is divided into two halves, with the top half containing a list of players from Notts County, with their playing records for this season in both the league and league cup, for example, appearances and goals scored, etc. The bottom half is an advert for J K Adcocks-who are a local building company. Page 6 has two adverts on it the top half for Filigree Quality Lace and Nets, which I assume is to do with curtains. The bottom half of the page is an advert for the Halfway Garage Nottingham Ltd-who sell new and used Austin Riley and Vanden Plas Princess cars. Page 7 again has two adverts on it, one for the Carlton Hill Service Station, which besides serving petrol and oil has a comprehensive range of used cars. The bottom half of this page is an advert for Sketchley Cleaners who we all know so well. Pages 8 and 9, the centre pages contain the two team line-ups in the one to twelve format. But once again we do have a mixture of some adverts around the two teams for Morley Ashmore Limited Printers of Baker Gate Nottingham, there is one for The Commodore Banqueting Rooms, next we see one for Shipstones Beers-where they are advertising their Basford bitter. Finally, the last advert is for Trent Travel-a coach company who are doing a special excursion next week for the Aldershot game with the return fare being 28 shillings. Page 10 is a fullpage devoted to new signing Barry Watling, a 23 -year-old goalkeeper who has joined Notts County from Bristol City but hasn't played yet. In the interview he gives his reasons for swapping clubs and hopes soon to be given a chance to

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Down Memory Lane show what he can do at Notts County but fully realises the present keeper has to be ousted first. Page 11 once again has two adverts, the top half being for the Nottingham Car Auctions, with the bottom half being for Neale and Sonproperty advice and management developers. Page 12 sees the top third devoted to a list of the dignitaries here at Meadow Lane with the names of the chairman, directors, secretary and club doctor are all mentioned. The rest of the page is taken up with a full list of fixtures for both the League Division Four team and the Reserves who play in the North Midlands Football League. The results of the games played so far are inserted along with the attendance at each game and anyone who scored for Notts County. Page 13 has several bits and pieces on it. Firstly, advertising the gold tickets with the result of the Notts County versus Grimsby Town game, which was 20 minutes and 19 seconds with the winner receiving £10, also it lists the next three games here at Meadow Lane on the 20th Exeter City will be the visitors in a Fourth Division encounter and on the 22n the Reserves will play Bradford City Reserves and 27th September the Reserves entertain Hull City Reserves, the rest of the page is taken up by the obligatory half-time scoreboard with the letter N being Plymouth Argyle versus Stockport County, the letter O being Reading versus Torquay United and the letter P Exeter City versus Aldershot. Page 14 has a black-andwhite photograph of a presentation and a testimonial cheque to former Notts County captain Alec Gibson, whose testimonial raised £675, the bottom quarter of this page sees another advert Redmayne and Todd Ltd-sportswear specialists. Page 15 contains one big advert on the behalf of Notts County Football Club, advertising the Unbeatable Bobsworth-a lottery competition run by the club that cost is one shilling a week and could win you £1000 top prize. Page 16 the outside back cover sees a full-page advert for Players Number 10 Cigarettes, although it doesn't say how much it calls the 20, it's really good to

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see an advert for cigarettes, which would be banished now by the nanny state we live in. The two team line-ups for today were as follows: Notts County: Goalkeeper - Mike Rose, 2 - Geoff Ball, 3 Keith Smith, 4 - Brian Stubbs, 5 - David Needham, 6 - Dennis Oakes, 7 - John Ryan, 8 - Barry Butlin, 9 - Richie Barker, 10 - Don Masson, 11 John Hobson, 12 - Les Bradd. Lincoln City: Goalkeeper - John Kennedy, 2 - Graham Taylor, 3 - George Peden, 4 - Tommy Brooks, 5 - Ray Harford, 6 - Jimmy Grummett, 7 - David Halliwell, 8 - Phil Hubbard, 9 - Rodney Fletcher, 10 Billy Taylor, 11 - Dave Smith, 12 - Jack Lewis. A bit of research tells me this game was won by Notts County 2-0 with Masson and Barker scoring the goals, the game was played in front of 6479 spectators. At the end of this current season the league champions of Division Four were Chesterfield, who managed 64 points from their 46 league games, bearing in mind in these days it was only two points for a win. In second position were Wrexham with 61 points and third Swansea with 60 and fourth Port Vale on 59. I assume all those four were promoted into Division Three as there were no play-offs in these days. Relegated or applying for re-election were Bradford Park Avenue with 23 points from their 46 fixtures and Hartlepool with 30 points, Peterborough finished in ninth position with 48 points and Lincoln City in eighth position with 50 points. Local side Exeter City finished in 18th position with 39 points. This was one of the few seasons that Torquay finished top of all the Devon sides finishing in 13th position in the League Division Three with 45 points, with Plymouth Argyle in 17th place with 43, well that's it for this journey back in time and do it again soon. Cheers Roy Homer Holmes.

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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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Kenny Griffiths Cliff Walters Liam Drew Liam Head (C) Cameron Kelly Karl Green Nick Rudge Daniel Griffiths Lloyd Gardner Richard Groves Si Revell Scott Beattie Jared Llewington Charlie Johansson Chris Wright Matt Clenahan Nick Barker Jordan Ewing Mitchell McGann Jamie Down Adam Seedhouse-Evans Manager: Ellis Laight Assistant Manager: Steve Giles Physios: Pete Morgan & Paige Burrows Colours: All Yellow

Damien Freeman Tyler Ashmead Ollie Barnes (C) Kevin Camargo Liam Dempsey Clayton Fortune Kaine Gazzard Ryan Gissing Joe Hance Glen Hayer Sam Holden Kane Ingram Callum Kingdon Daine O’Connor Conor O’Sullivan Isaac Reid Alex Russell Sekani Simpson Lucas Vowles Danny Wring

Manager: Micky Bell Assistant Manager: Clayton Fortune Physio: Hannah Lewis Colours: Blue & White

Referee: Lee Roberts - Plymouth Assistant Referee: Christopher Rea - Pymouth Assistant Referee: Oliver Green - Plympton

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