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Latest Match Reports

19th October 2019 - Wick maintain pace at top of table

Ron Holpin

Top versus bottom Patchway Town at home to Wick and just a single goal was enough for the leaders to take the three points and a first away win of the season. Wick started the brighter but the home side defended well and it took until the 35th minute before Wick managed to get the ball in the back of the net and it was a little fortunate. The ball was crossed into the box from the left it took a deflection to Grant Hewitt on the right of the goal and he fired it back across home keeper Sam Burgess into the far corner.

Wick had the better of the second half Dan Sheldon missed a good chance close in the ball beating him at the far post. Midway through the second half Burgess brought off a very good save to deny Jordan Scott. At the other end Dan Cockram got his shot on target but it was kicked away by the Wick keeper Tyler Edwards. A few minutes later Luke Garbacz was in a good position but fired over the bar for the home side. Patchway’s only real chance of the game fell in the 75th minute when a ball was crossed into the box Shane Walker was completely unmarked in the centre of goal and just the keeper to beat but he headed wide of the target. The last real chance to score fell to Jordan Scott in the 83rd minute but he headed over from a corner.

Gala Wilton hit another four goals in a 4-1 win at home to Hanham Athletic. They only managed the one in the first 45 minutes and that came after 8 minutes from across that was headed back across goal and Ryan Dobbins was there to head home. Early in the second half Gala scored a second this time it came from a corner that the visitors keeper tried to collect but missed it altogether and it left Shay Lyons with a simple tap in. Hanham hit back with a solo effort from Connor Hartley who broke down the wing cut in and fired the ball home. The home side made it 3-1 when Dobbins broke down the flank squared the ball across to Jay Dare to finish it off. The home side netted a fourth on 84 minutes when a Kieran Bryce-Ingles through ball found Martin Smith to hammer it home.

Only one goal in the first 45 minutes between Rockleaze Rangers and Broadwell Amateurs and that came in the 32nd minute when Dan Webb turned in a free kick from Liam Henderson. Toby Walwin fired in the second from 20 yards after the ball had been headed out from a corner. Rory Langdon then made it 3-0 when he tapped in a low drive across goal from Joe Weare. On 83 minutes Dan Bailey got the ball in the net on from Jack Hannam free kick but it was ruled out for offside. But 5 minutes later Harry Madge drilled the ball in after a goalmouth scramble to make it 4-0.

Bromley Heath United recorded their second win with a 3-2 success over today’s visitors Quedgeley Wanderers. They opened the scoring on 3 minutes when Joss Slater headed in from a Luke Bessell free kick. At the other end Wanderers Dorian Colling struck the crossbar. Wanderers keeper Farmer made a great save when he blocked Joss Goss shot at close range. Wanderers Nathan Payne then saw his shot kicked of the line before Harry Maggs headed home to give the home side a 2-0 lead at the break. Early in the second half Bromley’s Joe Goss headed just over from an Adam Campbell cross. Dorian Colling then missed a golden opportunity to pull one back for Wanderers when he was clear on goal but shot wide. Following that the home side took a 3-0 lead when Luke Bessell turned in a Joe Goss cross. Wanderers pulled a goal back on 70 minutes from the penalty spot after Josh Wilson was fouled and Louis Peyton netted from the spot. A second goal from the visitors ten minutes from the end after a mix up in defence with Dorian Colling finding the back of the Bromley net and made it a tight finish but the home side held on.

Little Stoke three Sharpness nil was the final score at Little Stoke Park this afternoon. Stoke scored early on when Luke Meacham drilled in a cross into the box. On 19 minutes Kieron Moore saw his shot well saved by the Sharpness keeper. Then on 31 minutes Sharpness got into a muddle at the back and Nathan Moore made it 2-0. Williams had another chance just before the break but his 20-yard drive just went past the outside of the post. The home side sealed the points in the second half with a third goal after some good work the ball was hit out to the flank and Luke Meacham sent the ball over for Blaine Skuse to drill home.

Frampton United got out of jail with a very late penalty from Ryan Vincent after Henbury had taken a late lead themselves. Ryan Vincent should have opened the scoring with a one-on-one situation after 4 minutes but shot wide of the target. On 9 minutes Henbury’s Adam Rosser saw his long-range effort hit the crossbar. Vincent then stuck the upright from a free kick with the visitor’s keeper grabbing the rebound. Henbury had a great chance to take the lead on 84 minutes from the penalty spot but George Louds shot was well saved by the home keeper. However, Loud made up for that miss just 2 minutes later when he scored from the edge of the box. Then came the late equaliser from the spot by Ryan Vincent.

AEK Boco only managed a 0-0 draw at home to Hardwicke after the visitors had to defend for a great deal of the game. It was a tale of missed chances for the home side according to the report and both sides felt they should have had a penalty, but in both cases, they were turned down. Hardwicke will probably be well satisfied by the result as it gives them another point to try and climb the table.

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22nd October 2019 - Rockleaze Boss on exciting times

Simon Parkinson

PETER Bradbury cast an enthusiastic eye over Rockleaze Rangers’ fortunes so far and beamed: "These are exciting times."

His Hillside Gardens charges entertain lowly Broadwell Amateurs tomorrow (3pm) encouraged by the four straight victories that have raised them to fifth in the Marcliff Gloucestershire County League table and only three points adrift of pacesetting Wick, with two games in hand to help peg back the gap.

"The immediate target is to improve on last year’s fourth position," Bradbury emphasised, "although the positive thing is that facilities-wise we can target promotion now which makes for exciting times. So we’ll see where we’re sat in the table in November and decide then whether to apply to go up or not.

"If it doesn’t happen this season then hopefully we’ll be well placed to have a good crack at it next year. But playing at a higher level is certainly the club’s ultimate objective."

It’s coming up to a year since Rockleaze moved into their plush new Hillside Gardens home at the £4.5 million UWE sports complex in Hambrook, although by their manager’s own admission they took some time to adapt to the floodlit artificial pitch they now perform on.

"We’re getting to grips better with it," Bradbury said. "Teams coming to us for the first time last season raised their games but we’ve enjoyed our first pre-season there and we train on the 3G every week in an effort to make it work for us.

"There’s more emphasis on possession and the flat pitch gives your ball players a better chance to shine. There are no excuses for anyone playing on that surface but to really make the most of it you want your best technicians to come to the fore."

Bradbury has been pleased with his more recent recruits, including ex-Wick wide-man Harry Madge, Ollie Woolland and fellow central midfielder Liam Henderson, once of Hallen.

"Harry can play on either flank and he’s done very well driving at full-backs and whipping in dangerous balls," Bradbury recognised.

"Ollie hadn’t been attached to a club for a couple of years but he’s strong and technical on the ball and has been excellent since coming to us, and Liam is in a similar mould while also being a dead ball specialist which adds to our threat.

"All players we introduced over the summer have bought into what we want of them and there’s a genuine belief we can be up there competing hard in a league which has seen everyone beating everyone."

Rangers know all about the threat Broadwell spell to Saturday’s three-point plans, despite the Gloucestershire outfit’s early-season struggles and solitary win so far.

"We lost 2-0 there in the League Cup early last month and although it didn’t tell the full tale of events, they and their keeper produced a defensive masterclass which was disappointing for our forwards who really didn’t do much wrong," Bradbury acknowledged.

"It was a shame to have last weekend’s away fixture with AEK-BOCO called off but we are back to full strength with some 20 to 22 players available to me, which gives me plenty of thinking to do."

25th September 2019 - Les James League Cup Second Round Draw

The second round draw for the Les James League Cup sponsored by Boca Teamwear is as below.

  • Broadwell Amateurs v Gala Wilton
  • Frampton United V Wick
  • Sharpness V Ruardean Hill Rangers
  • Patchway Town v AEK Boco

All games to be played on Saturday 21st December with a 2 PM kick-off (TBC)

10th August 2019 - Pens and Badges for Sale

The league has some 50thAnniversary Pens and Badges for Sale

Pens at £3, Badges at £3 or £5 for a pair

To send the pens and badges by post it will cost £1.15 (Second Class) £1.35 (First Class)

Please make Cheques payable to Gloucestershire County Football League
Or Direct Bank Transfer
National Westminster Bank
Sort Code - 60-01-29
Account Number - 50003666

Please send to:
Ron Holpin
27, Brockley Close
Little Stoke
BS34 6HA.


If you wish to contact me by email:
Tel: 01454 612842 or 07816 947169

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26th July 2019 - Respect Table 2019/20

The introduction of sin bins is to decrease dissent throughout the game of football.

Just think what your players will say, if they have to play with 10 men or less for 10 minutes every time players use dissent towards match officials and end up in the sin bin for their trouble.

The league will be rewarding clubs for their efforts in reducing dissent in the following way:

The top 3 clubs who have the least number of points after every 10 matches will rewarded with a cash prize.

To receive that money, clubs will accumulate points in the following manner:

Dissent Only

1 point for every player sent to the sin bin. (Yellow Card)

3 points for every player sent to the sin bin on 2 occasions. (Yellow Card /Red Card)

5 points for every Red Card for Language.

Now is the time to Respect all those involved in Football.

Enjoy the 2019-2020 season.

Peter Langley (Chairman)

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