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4th May 2019 - 50th Anniversary Match - Marcliff Gloucestershire County League 1 Toolstation Western League 4

Harry Madge

In a fixture staged to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Gloucestershire County League, a side comprising of players from across the league were defeated by a strong Toolstation Western League representative team.

The Western League side dominated the initial exchanges but did fall behind to a spectacular Nathan Hall free kick. Nick Beaverstock’s side responded immediately through Adam Wright who then doubled his and his side’s tally before the break.

The second half was a fairly tight affair but as the game entered its final minutes, the Western League side added a third and then a fourth through Tom Knighton and Douglas Cammilo to seal a deserved win.

Wick FC’s Mike Strawford led the Glos County League side for the second time this season, and he selected players from nine of the league’s 15 clubs for the game at the home of Stonehouse Town.

Nick Beaverstock of Welton Rovers managed the Western League side, which included five representatives from Toolstation Western League Division 1 champions Keynsham Town.

After a scrappy opening five minutes, the first chance of the game fell to the Toolstation side. Toby Cole met Harley Purnell’s driven corner at the front post, but his glancing header flashed wide.

Moments later, Cole went close again, this time dragging his volley just wide after he had raced clear of the Glos County side’s back four.

The Toolstation side maintained their pressure, and with 18 minutes played they again went close to an opener. Another Purnell corner was driven out to Adam Wright whose fierce volley failed to test Steve Sparrow in goal.

Despite having to withstand heavy pressure, it was actually Strawford’s Glos County side that took the lead with 25 minutes on the clock. After Danny Webb was hauled down 25-yards from goal, Nathan Hall took ownership of the resulting free-kick and fired it over the wall and past Adam Clatworthy.

The lead was short-lived however and just five minutes later the Toolstation outfit leveled the scores. Purnell, who continued to pull the strings from centre midfield, sprayed a precise ball over the top for Wright who this time made no mistake, drilling the ball into the bottom corner.

Now looking to take full control of the fixture, Keynsham Town’s Purnell then almost turned scorer but his strike from a narrow angle cannoned back off the post.

With half-time fast approaching, the Glos County side had a golden opportunity to reclaim an unlikely lead. Strawford’s side’s relentless pressing saw Edward Bamfo win possession in the final third, but his whipped cross into the box was just too high for the unmarked Webb.

That missed chance would prove costly though, and with only two minutes of the half remaining the impressive Wright added his and his side’s second. The front man sped onto Jack Miluk’s cross and curled an unstoppable shot past the sprawling Sparrow to give the Toolstation side a 2-1 lead at the break.

The start of the second half maintained a similar pattern to the first but despite Wright, Miluk and Tom Knighton fashioning half chances, the Toolstation side could not add to their one goal lead.

The Gloucester County rep side did still carry a threat on the break, though. Some last ditch defending by substitute Luke Ingram was the only thing that stood in the way of Hall adding a routine second. From the resulting corner, Alex Kibble’s corner struck the bar but dropped just short of an onrushing Webb.

A slightly low-key period ensued but in the 75th minute the game exploded back into life as the Western League representatives extended their lead. Substitute Knighton latched onto a Douglas Camillo through ball, rounded Sparrow and coolly slotted into an empty net.

Minutes later Camillo scored his side’s fourth to seal a comprehensive victory. The Western League outfit was awarded a free-kick just outside the box when Purnell was hacked down on his way into the box. Camillo then stepped up and nonchalantly placed the ball into the bottom corner despite the best efforts of Sparrow in the Glos County League goal.

With victory already sealed, Wright had the opportunity to seal his hattrick with mere minutes left but with only Sparrow to beat the striker surprisingly blazed his shot over the bar.

The final minutes of the celebratory fixture played out without incident as the Western League side ran out 4-1 winners despite the valiant efforts of the representative side from the Gloucestershire County League.

Attendance : 90

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16th June 2019 - Marcliff Gloucestershire County League AGM 2019

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4th June 2019 - League Constitution 2019/20

Lebeq United are promoted to the Western League as Champions

Stonehouse Town are promoted to the Hellenic League following a request from the FA.

Southmead CS Athletic are Relegated

Bromley Heath United are promoted from the Bristol Suburban League.

Sharpness are promoted from the Gloucestershire Northern Senior League.

Filton Athletic from the Bristol Suburban League and Quedgeley Wanderers from the Gloucestershire Northern Senior League have been invited to fill the vacancies in the league

Constitution is as follows subject to an appeal from Cribbs Reserves from the Bristol Premier Combination

  • AEK Boco
  • Broadwell Amateurs
  • Bromley Heath Athletic
  • Filton Athletic
  • Frampton United
  • Gala Wilton
  • Hanham Athletic
  • Hardwicke
  • Henbury
  • Little Stoke
  • Patchway Town
  • Quedgeley Wanderers
  • Rockleaze Rangers
  • Ruardean Hill Rangers
  • Sharpness
  • Wick

2nd May 2019 - Programmes for Sale

2018-19 Match-day programmes for sale.

A pack of 16 programmes (includes rep game) will cost £5.50 including Packaging & Postage.

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25th April 2019 - Southmead waiting on relegation decision

Simon Parkinson

SOUTHMEAD CS Athletic are licking their wounds after hitting bottom spot in the dying embers of an enthralling Marcliff Gloucestershire County League programme.

In what had effectively become a straight race between them and Gala Wilton to stay up, it was the jubilant Gloucester-based outfit who handed themselves the best possible chance of survival as they came away from Les James League Cup finalists Little Stoke with a surprise 2-0 win, to lift themselves off the floor and push their Southmead rivals down into hot relegation danger in the act.

Kingswood effectively became one of two potential clubs to go down this season when they withdrew from the league.

That ultimately left Gala and Southmead scrapping it out in a last-ditch bid to stay off the foot of the table and despite the Bristol side themselves winning their final game in defeating fellow strugglers Hanham Athletic 1-0 at home, Gala’s better six-goal difference proved decisive as both teams concluded their campaigns with 13 points.

Whether Southmead, who are well used to successful rescue acts after years of occupying the bottom two places, are granted yet another stay of execution, or returned to the lower levels for the first time since 2012 when they rose to the County League for the first time as Bristol and Suburban League champions, only time will tell.

It has certainly been a struggle this term with a raft of club officials and management exiting Jarratts Road to leave a threadbare committee fighting to keep heads above water.

Long-serving secretary Neil Graham did consider his own position, although he revealed: “I’ve had a chat with the club and I’m going to stay now, irrespective of which league we play in next season.

"I’m also hopeful John Henson and his assistant Rob Cumberbatch will stay too along with the core of our players.

"We’re in the hands of the FA but if we do go down, it could be a blessing in disguise from a financial aspect. We’d then look to regroup and build back up again.

“Obviously it’s been disappointing to finish up bottom, especially after beating Hanham in our final game.

"Really, though, we should have had enough points in the bag earlier in the season to ensure we weren’t in this position."

Graham watched on a forlorn figure as relegation rivals Gala overcame Little Stoke with that 2-0 weekend win.

"I was there keeping fingers, toes and everything else crossed!” he smiled ruefully.

"Gala were very quick out of the blocks, scoring with a penalty in the first minute and a second five minutes later.

"Every time Gala went forward they looked as though they’d score although Little Stoke were the better side in the second half."

While Southmead are sweating over their immediate future, the County League programme continues over the next few days with all other key issues decided, including Lebeq United’s title triumph which they hope will take them into the Toolstation Western League. The season ends with the Les James League Cup final at Wick’s Oldbury Lane facility on Sunday, April 28 (2.30pm).

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13th May 2019 - Respect Table 2018/19

Dissent Reported Start 100
Pos Team Games Y 2 Y R Tech Area After Game Points
1 Frampton United 28 0 0 0 0 0 100
1 Rockleaze Rangers 28 0 0 0 0 0 100
3 Hanham Athletic 28 5 0 1 0 0 55
4 Wick 28 8 1 0 0 0 45
4 Broadwell Amateurs 28 3 1 0 0 1 45
6 Ruardean Hill Rangers 28 3 0 0 0 2 35
7 AEK Boco 28 6 0 1 1 0 30
8 Gala Wilton 28 13 0 1 0 0 15
8 Patchway Town 28 14 1 0 0 0 15
10 Hardwicke 28 9 0 0 1 1 10
11 Little Stoke 28 7 0 0 2 1 0
12 Lebeq United 28 18 0 1 0 0 -10
13 Stonehouse Town 28 14 0 0 0 2 -20
14 Henbury 28 13 0 0 1 2 -35
15 Southmead CS Athletic 28 18 2 0 1 3 -115
Totals 131 5 4 6 12
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7th June 2019 - Other Cards Table 2018/19

Pos Team Played Yellow Red Points
1 Rockleaze Rangers 28 15 0 15
2 Frampton United 28 17 1 22
3 Gala Wilton 28 27 1 32
4 Wick 28 25 3 40
5 Little Stoke 28 31 2 41
6 Patchway Town 28 23 4 43
7 Hanham Athletic 28 23 4 48
8 Henbury 28 30 4 50
9 Hardwicke 28 38 3 53
10 Lebeq United 28 39 3 54
11= AEK Boco 28 37 4 57
11= Stonehouse Town 28 32 5 57
13= Ruardean Hill Rangers 28 31 6 61
13= Broadwell Amateurs 28 31 6 61
15 Southmead CS Athletic 28 47 9 92
Totals 446 56

Yellow - 1 point
Red - 5 points

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