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Ronald Frank Holpin 22nd February 1942 - 13th June 2022

(Secretary of Gloucestershire County Football League)

Ron Holpin

Peacefully at home in Little Stoke on the 13th June 2022 after a long illness bravely borne, Ronald aged 80 years passed away. Beloved husband of Sue. Devoted father of Donna and Daryl. Adored father-in-law of Nigel and Gill. Cherished Grandfather of Daniel and Charlie. Deeply missed by his extended family and many friends.

Funeral Service to take place at St. Mary’s Parish Church, Thornbury on Thursday 30th June 2022 at 1pm prior to Internment at Thornbury Cemetery for 2pm. Family Flowers only. Donations in lieu of flowers can be made to St. Peter’s Hospice Care. All enquiries to Graham Palmer & Co. Funeral Directors on 0117 947 0776.

Funeral Service

Funeral Date & Time: Thursday 30th June 2022 at 13:00 pm

Funeral Location: St. Mary's Church, Castle Street, Thornbury, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom, BS35 1HQ Location

Burial Details

Burial Date & Time: Thursday 30th June 2022 at 14:00 pm

Burial Location: Thornbury Cemetery, Thornbury, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom, BS35 1NA Location

Funeral Reception

Funeral Reception Date & Time: Thursday 30th June 2022 at 14:00 pm

Funeral Reception Details: Little Stoke Social Club, Club Ln, Little Stoke. BS34 6DN.

Donations in Memory

To donate in memory of Mr Ronald Frank Holpin please visit the JustGiving donation page for St Peters Hospice via the Funeral Directors


Latest Match Reports

7th May 2022 -Les James Cup Final Sponsored by Boca Teamwear

Jon Palmer


Little Stoke Les James Cup Winners 2021-22, Images courtesy Neil Brown (Bristol Soccerworld)

Little Stoke 2 Ruardean Hill Rangers 0

Little Stoke retained the Les James League Cup with a deserved 2-0 win over Ruardean Hill Rangers in the final at Stonehouse Town.

They lifted the silverware in 2018/19 with a penalty shoot-out triumph over AEK Boco after a goalless draw and the competition has not been completed for the past two seasons due to Covid.

Their victory this time around was rather more straightforward than three years ago, with a goal in each half from Jack Burgess and Jaidon Holver enough to see off the challenge of Ruardean.

Rangers, who finished five places below their opponents in the final Gloucestershire County League standings, were close to opening the scoring after eight minutes.

Steve Clark’s long-range drive hit the right post after a poor clearance from goalkeeper Connolly Jarrett was almost punished.

But Jarrett was not seriously troubled for the rest of the match as Little Stoke looked the more threatening of the sides in front of a healthy Oldends Lane crowd.

Luke Meacham headed wide from a good position before Jude Scott and Alex Hill both saw shots fly the wrong side of the post as pressure began to mount on Aaron Underwood’s goal.

The deadlock was broken two minutes before half-time when a corner was nodded down into the path of defender Burgess, who applied an expert finish low into the net from 10 yards.

Steve Clark, who has 33 goals to his name this season, nearly broke through on goal early in the second half for Ruardean, but Burgess made an excellent challenge in the 64th minute.

And Holver added the second eight minutes later with a deft flick past Underwood from six yards after a dangerous ball in from the left.

A corner from Steve Clark, which clipped the top of the bar, was the closest Rangers were to reducing the deficit.

Little Stoke were well-organised at the back and restricted them to very few chances, allowing them to celebrate their second Les James Cup success.

Little Stoke: C Jarrett, A Fox, E Moore, J Burgess, N Bailey, L Hughes, J Scott, A Hill, A West, L Meacham, J Holver. Subs: P Kourouma, D Lane, H Moore, J Pugsley, J Bright.

Ruardean Hill Rangers: A Underwood, J Beestone, T Coleman, C Mason, R Tingle, D Matthews, F Jones, H Clark, B Walding, L Johnson, S Clark. Subs: G Ferson, J Sladen, S Tingle, S Cornwell-Boote, B Burke.

Referee: Olly Spender. Assistants: Garry Collier, Adam McAnoy. 4th Official: Sam Myatt.


Little Stoke Captain Alex Fox, recieving the Cup from Rob Boyd of Boca Teamwear, Images courtesy Neil Brown (Bristol Soccerworld)


Match Officials for the Final, Images courtesy Neil Brown (Bristol Soccerworld)

27th April 2022 - Wick claim Title at Hanham Athletic


Wick's Rob Moore and Nathan Gore receive the Trophy from Rob Orchard of Marcliff, Images courtesy Peter Langley


Wick celebrate their title win, Images courtesy Peter Langley


Wick celebrate their title win with their fans, Images courtesy Peter Langley

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5th August 2021 - Respect and Fair Play 2021/22

Peter Langley

In order to give the clubs a share of the money available for the Respect programme the following will be introduced this season.

Clubs will be marked by the Referees over a set of 10 matches throughout the season, with 3 prizes going to the top marked Club who will receive £100.

The marking range will be between 65 to 100 per match.

To achieve a share all players and Club officials should think, Play Fair and

Respect Decisions.

Good luck and enjoy the season.

Peter Langley (Chairman)

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Latest News

14th June 2022 - End of season Awards and Constitution 2022/23

Nigel Meaney

The constitution for season 2022-23 was confirmed at the AGM.

The league welcomes Cribbs Reserves who are promoted from the Bristol Premier Combination, Stoke Gifford United who are promoted from the Bristol and Suburban League and Cheltenham Civil Service who join from the Gloucestershire Northern Senior League to fill a vacancy.

Congratulations to Shirehampton who have been promoted to the Toolstation Western League

The league loses Hanham Athletic who have been relegated to the Bristol Premier Combination and English Bicknor who are relegated to the Gloucestershire Northern Senior League

The League matches will start on 13th August and run til 13th May (End date to be confirmed by the FA).

Broadwell Amateurs
Bromley Heath United
Cheltenham Civil Service
Cribbs Reserves
Frampton United
Gala Wilton
Little Stoke
Patchway Town
Quedgeley Wanderers
Rockleaze Rangers
Ruardean Hill Rangers
Stoke Gifford United

Some of the end of season awards that were presented prior to the AGM


Dave Beer of Wick with the Dennis Barrett Trophy for the League Champions, Image Courtesy Peter Langley


Nathan Winstanley of Little Stoke with the Les James League Cup, Image Courtesy Peter Langley


Joint Leading Goalscorers Steve Clark (Ruardean Hill Rangers) and Scott Bamford (Shirehampton), Image Courtesy Peter Langley


Kevin Jackson of Frampton United with the Dave Herbert Sportsmanship cup for the most sporting team, Image Courtesy Peter Langley


Kelly Mulrain of Quedgeley Wanderers with the Ron Jay Shield for the best administrative club, Image Courtesy Peter Langley


Best Programme award winners. Dave Beer (Wick - 2nd), Jason Tarr (Henbury - 1st), Mark Simpson (Fixtures Secretary), Bob Sperring (Hanham Athletic - =3rd), Kelly Mulrain (Quedgeley Wanderers - =3rd) , Image Courtesy Peter Langley

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