Category Archive: Junior Football

Aug 21

Cotswold Rangers launch new teams

New for this season Cotswold Rangers Football Club are helping children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 age groups (4 to 7 year olds) take their first steps into playing football. Starting in September, a new Stroud based Under 7’s group will be starting in the capable hands of Ian Neville who is fully …

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Mar 07

Gloucester City Youth round-up


Midland Junior Premier League U12 Southern Section: Gloucester City U12 0-2 Pegasus Juniors U12 With five professionally contracted players from Cheltenham Town in their team, Pegasus Youth were always going to be a tough nut to crack for the young Gloucester side, and it did not help matters when poor defending gifted the talented Cameron …

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Mar 02

Mitcheldean look for next Kelly Smith


Mitcheldean Sports Club are starting the search for the next Kelly Smith. They are starting an under 14 Girls Football Team and training begins on Monday March 7 at 7pm, at Dene Magna School Sports Hall. The session will last an hour, and costs £2 per head. Current Mitcheldean SC Ladies team manager Phil Ellaway …

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Dec 02

Broken promises, white elephants, promotion and homelessness: A Nomad’s guide to League and Non League Football


What does being a football fan mean to you? Here Matt Bowman explores the highs and the lows of being an avid supporter…

Nov 02

Forest Green Rovers U18s 1 – 2 Swindon Town U18s (aet)

Forest Green Rovers U18s were beaten 2 – 1 after extra-time by Swindon Town U18s in the first round of the FA Youth Cup at the New Lawn. Rovers had progressed through 4 qualifying rounds and there was little difference in football terms between Swindon Town and the Hartpury College students representing Rovers. Town started …

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Oct 20

FA Youth Cup: Forest Green Rovers u18s 2 – 0 Salisbury City u18s

Forest Green Rovers U18s have progressed to the FA Youth Cup 1st Round after a 2 – 0 victory over Salisbury City U18s in their latest qualifying match. Through the strong association between Forest Green Rovers and Hartpury College, the College’s Junior Academy U18s have access to this prestigious competition. In the previous qualifying rounds …

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Oct 06

Rednock School XI 10 – 2 Hanham High School Under 18s


Former England futsal international, Alex Sykes, saw his youthful Rednock under 18s side cruise in to the third round of the English Schools National Cup with a crushing victory over their Bristol based opponents, Hanham High School, writes Richard Joyce. Missing star man Ed Robinson, who picked up an injury playing for the Cirencester Town …

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Oct 05

FA Youth Cup: Bishops Cleeve 3 – 5 Cirencester Town

FA Youth Cup 2nd Qualifying Round Bishops Cleeve 3 Cirencester Town 5 Cleeve took a long time to work out that the diminutive but brave and speedy Ciren wingers carried the major threat to their defence. By the time they had got themselves organised, Connor Thompson and Shannon Pocock had pinched two first half goals …

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Oct 04

FGR youth boss resigns

Mark Walker

Mark Walker, Chairman of the youth section at Forest Green Rovers has announced his resignation as of the end of December 2010 due to work commitments. Mr Walker said, “I would like to say that I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at FGR youth and I have made many new friends. I would like to …

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Sep 12

Hartpury College U19s 2 – 1 West Suffolk College U19s

Hartpury begin title defence with a win The Hartpury Junior Academy U19s began the defence of their ECFA Colleges title with a hard fought win against West Suffolk on Wednesday. The Hartpury team selected for the season opener showed no fewer than 10 changes from the side that were victorious in last years final, with …

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