Category Archive: Hellenic League

Dec 27

Cheltenham Saracens. 2 -3 Slimbridge

Manager Leon Sterling asked his side for an improved performance as the Swans returned to action after their disappointing draw with Reading Town on December 8th, and would have been delighted with the response from his team, as they weathered difficult conditions and a highly motivated Cheltenham Saracens side to gain three precious points and …

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Sep 30

Marlow 2 – 0 Slimbridge

A scrappy and at times bad tempered affair saw Marlow regain top spot in the Uhlsport Hellenic Premier League at The Alfred Davis Ground at the expense of the Swans. The hosts were reduced to ten men just before the break when Richard Witt was dismissed after an altercation with Freddy Ward, but Slimbridge ended …

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Sep 16

Slimbridge 2 – 1 Flackwell Heath

Slimbridge moved back up to second place in the Uhlsport Hellenic Premier League with their victory this afternoon over a hardworking and organised Flackwell Heath side at Wisloe Road. A well taken Dan Holloway goal just under the quarter hour put the home side ahead, and a second goal from Chris Fower with 20 minutes …

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Aug 27

Cheltenham Saracens 4-2 Thame Utd

On the back of their fine weekend performance, against last season’s league winners Oxford City Nomads, Saracens came into this bank holiday fixture in a buoyant and confident mood. With the luxury of having returning players to his squad. Manager Gerry Oldham is now seeing light at the end of the tunnel with player availability …

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Aug 27

Slimbridge 1 – 1 Newbury

Newbury paid the first ever visit to Wisloe Road, and were disappointed not to leave with all three points following a stuttering second half display from the Swans, in a game which was played mainly in a torrential downpour. Ray Spence put the visitors ahead 51 seconds into the second half. It then took a …

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Aug 19

Cheltenham Saracens 7 – 3 Highmoor Ibis

Buoyant from their 2-1 midweek away win against Newbury, Cheltenham Saracens welcomed league newcomers Highmoor Ibis to Petersfield Park. Saracens Manager Gerry Oldham asked his players to be more consistent with their win ratios but Oldham certainly wouldn’t have dreamt he’d get this response!! With the last minute shrewd signing of Cheltenham Town player Ethan …

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Aug 15

Slimbridge 4 – 0 Wantage

Four second half goals saw the Swans run out convincing winners against an impressive looking Wantage Town side at Wisloe Road this evening. After another fairly scrappy and lacklustre first period, an inspired piece of play from Will Wellon gave the home side an early advantage in the second half, and three subsequent goals in …

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Jul 25

Slimbridge 8 – 1 Bridgewater

With Manager Leon Sterling still pondering his strike options for the forthcoming season, tonight’s performance would have given him plenty of food for thought. The Swans overwhelmed Bridgwater Town at Wisloe Road this evening, in a one sided encounter that could reaistically ended with twice the the home side reaching double figures.. the game looked …

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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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May 04

GFA Final: Bristol Manor Farm 5 – 0 Shortwood United

In the end it was just one game too many for a shattered Shortwood side playing in their 64th game of a long and arduous season. Take nothing away from Manor Farm they were excellent on the night and in the second half were totally ruthless in their execution. John Evans reflected: “It was a …

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