Category Archive: Cirencester Town

Jan 29

Cirencester Town 1 – 2 AFC Totton

Cirencester Town were put under pressure from the start by a Totton side just two points behind leaders Brackley but with two games in hand at the start of play. However the Town defence held firm with Zak Westlake and Ellis Dunton in particular making some timely tackles. In the 14th minute, Totton had their …

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Jan 20

Lee Smith joins Ciren on loan

Winger/striker Lee Smith has joined Southern Premier League strugglers Cirencester Town on loan. Smith, who joined parent club Worcester City from Nuneaton Town earlier in the season, has struggled to make regular appearances. He joins the Centurions for the third time, linking up with former teammates including Kev Sawyer, Scott Griffin, Jamie Reid and Jody …

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Jan 16

Frome Town 1 – 0 Cirencester Town

Cirencester Town slumped to another disappointing defeat after promising so much with an excellent first half performance. The team saw a few changes with Aiden Bennet making his full first team debut at right back, new signing Scott Claridge starting in midfield and Scott Griffin making yet another return to the club starting up front …

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Jan 14

Griffin back for 4th spell at Ciren

Veteran striker Scott Griffin has returned to Cirencester Town for a fourth spell with the team. The Gloucester-born forward was a member of the original Cirencester Academy squad and has been described by manager Brian Hughes as “the best centre forward the club has ever had.” He joins the squad ahead of Saturday’s game away …

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Jan 01

Bashley 2 – 3 Cirencester Town

Cirencester Town picked up only their fourth win of the season but with Swindon Supermarine’s defeat at Stourbridge this was enough to see both teams swap places and Town finish the year off the bottom of the table with a much needed three points away at Bashley. Missing a few players, it was a makeshift …

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Dec 29

Jody Bevan’s Review of 2011

The veteran striker looks back over the last 12 months of non-league football in Gloucestershire. 2011 has produced large helpings of delight, hope and despair, both personally and for everybody connected with Cirencester Town FC. The first part of the year saw us consolidating our position in our first season back in the southern Premier …

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Dec 27

Cirencester Town 1 – 2 Evesham United

Evo-Stik League Southern Premier Division Cirencester Town 1 – 2 Evesham United Cirencester Town were left stunned at the Corinium stadium as a dominating performance ended in disappointment, with Evesham United snatching a vital 1-2 victory. Just four points separated the two before kick off, with the Centurions second bottom, and United just two places …

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Dec 19

Stourbridge 2 – 1 Cirencester Town

For the fourth time in two seasons Cirencester Town slipped to a 2-1 scoreline defeat to high flying Stourbridge in a game they deserved a draw from. The game kicked off at a cracking pace and in only the 2nd minute Kevin Sawyer was required to make a good save away to his right holding …

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Dec 15

Reid: Cirencester will stay up

Cirencester’s midfield workhorse Jamie Reid says he has no doubts they can recover from a dire start to the season. With the club currently 21st and second from bottom in the Evo-Stik South, most people seem pessimistic about the clubs chances of survival, writes Sam Hill. But Reid remains upbeat about their current run of …

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Dec 14

Arlesey Town 0 – 1 Cirencester Town

Cirencester Town picked up a well earned and vital three points after a difficult trip to Arlesey on a cold and wet Tuesday evening after a near three hour coach journey. Despite the bad weather the pitch was reasonably firm underneath with the top surface being slippy and in patches sticky but it made for …

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