Category Archive: Cirencester Town

Oct 03

GFA Senior Challenge Cup: Cirencester Town 3 – 1 Shortwood United

Despite the bonus of an early goal Shortwood were knocked out of the GFA Senior Challenge Trophy at Cirencester on Tuesday evening. John Evans summed up the game nicely when he said: “We were poor in the first half but better in the second. I did the right thing in giving members of the squad …

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Aug 03

Longlevens 1 – 3 Cirencester Town

First Team Manager Brian Hughes selected a strong squad for this annual away friendly at Longlevens, who play in the Gloucestershire County League and are managed by our very own James French who is our Cirencester Arena Manager. Longlevens included a former Centurion, Mark Pritchard, at centre back, and fully played their part in an …

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Jul 06

FA Cup: Gloucestershire teams discover ties

The draw for the extra preliminary round, preliminary round and first qualifying round for this year’s Budweiser FA Cup competition has taken place with some interesting ties for Gloucestershire’s non league clubs, writes Richard Joyce. Uhlsport Hellenic Premier Division outfit Slimbridge face a trip to Combined Counties League outfit Cove in the extra preliminary round …

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Apr 10

Ciren Town hold open talk on future

Cirencester Town are inviting the public to an open meeting this week to discuss the future of the club. The Centurions, who were relegated from the Southern Premier League following last weekend’s defeat at the hands of Bashley, will hold the meeting at the Corinium Stadium on Thursday (April 12) at 6.30pm. It follows a …

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Apr 10

Evesham United 2 – 3 Cirencester Town

Cirencester Town, already relegated after Saturday’s defeat at home to Bashley, travelled to Evesham United on Easter Monday, who needed to halt a run of seven games without a win in order to ease their own relegation fears. Brian Hughes chose an attacking team formation playing with a back three of Jamie Dunn, Jamie Reid …

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Mar 04

Chippenham Town 0 – 1 Cirencester Town

Manager Brian Hughes made three changes to the team that disappointingly threw away their lead and more importantly a vital three points in midweek. Scott Claridge swapped places with Jamie Reid on the right, Jonathan Else returned from injury to replace Ellis Dunton while Paul Banks replaced Jody Bevan who dropped to the bench after …

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Mar 01

ESFA U18 Colleges Trophy | City College Brighton 0 – 3 Cirencester Academy

Cirencester Academy progressed to the Final of the English Schools FA Under 18 Colleges Trophy with a comprehensive 3-0 Semi Final win away at City College Brighton & Hove. For more information visit the Cirencester Town website

Feb 29

Cirencester Town 1 – 3 Swindon Supermarine

The first ten minutes of this local derby was frantic and it was obvious that no team was prepared to give an inch due to both teams being at the bottom of the division, this was a big six pointer. In the 13th minute a long ball was pumped up to Jody Bevan his pass …

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Feb 19

Bedford Town 1 – 1 Cirencester Town

HOMEFOOTBALLFIRST TEAM MATCH REPORT (18/02/2012) Evo-Stik League Southern Premier Division Bedford Town 1 – 1 Cirencester Town Cirencester Town picked up a well deserved point away from home on Saturday against in-form Bedford Town who had won 5 out of their last 6 matches. It was a nervy start for Town when after 6 minutes …

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Feb 08

Glos Senior Challenge Cup | Bristol City 2 – 2 Cirencester Town AET (3-1 FT after pens)

Cirencester Town missed out on a County Cup final place after their heroic efforts were denied in a penatly shoot-out. Facing a Bristol City team containing four six-figure signings, Ciren were given the run around in the opening quarter and it took them 24 minutes to make their first sustained attack. Then, four minutes later, …

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