Category Archive: Sunday League

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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Feb 23

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GRIMSBY TOWN 1 FOREST GREEN ROVERS 1 Grimsby Town’s Blue Square Bet Premier Play Off hopes suffered another setback on Tuesday night as they were held to a 1-1 draw by struggling Forest Green Rovers at Blundell Park, writes Bernard Johnson It had looked good for Neil Woods’ much-changed side when Michael Coulson fired them …

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Dec 02

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

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

Sep 01

Countdown to Non League Day: what does non league mean to local footballers?

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In anticipation of Non League Day this Saturday, Sportglos is asking local footballers what non league means to them. First up are Cirencester Town’s Jamie Reid and Gloucester’s Mike Tambling: Name: Jamie Reid Age: 22 Club: Cirencester Town Position: Midfield Best non league moment? Winning promotion to the Southern Prem with Ciren Why is Non …

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Aug 05

Online Petition takes off for Webb and Myers

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An online petition has been started to see that Gloucester City Captain Tom Webb, and current record-appearance holder Stan Myers, are made Freemen of the City of Gloucester when Webb makes his 414th appearance and breaks the record. Webb, 26, is currently on 402 appearances and made his debut in 2001 as a 16 year …

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Aug 03

Samba Soccer Joma hoodie competition winner revealed

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Thanks for all you enteries to our July competition to win a Joma fleece hoodie, courtesy of Samba Soccer. We are pleased to announce that the winner is Harvey Ayres, who correctly answered that Gloucester’s Mike Green used to play for Bath City. The prize will be winging its way to Harvey very soon. In …

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Jul 30

Who is your Gloucestershire non-league hero?

With Non-League Day fast approaching we at SportGlos want to celebrate the county’s footballing heroes. In the week leading up to September 4 we will run a daily feature on a Gloucestershire non-league footballer – but with so many to chose from we need your help. Who do you think we should feature and why?

Jul 29

September 4th is Non League Day

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It’s official: September 4th 2010 is Non League Day, and Sportglos is throwing our full support behind the campaign to get people involved with their local non league football club. With no Premier League fixtures taking place on September 4th, it is an ideal opportunity for fans of the game to try something different from …

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Jul 28

Lydney Town prepare for Hellenic

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Lydney’s first league game of the new campaign in Hellenic Division 1 West will be away against Gloucestershire rivals Clanfield on Wednesday August 11. In last season’s clashes with them Lydney lost 1-0 at home and then were beaten 4-0 away. Up next will be the FA Cup Tie at Fairford Town on Saturday August …

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Jul 12

Johnstone’s Paint Trophy searching for best non-league Managers

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The Johnstone’s Paint Trophy has launched a competition to find the best non-league Managers in the country. Fan’s can nominate their Manager during July and every nomination will be displayed on the website during August for fans to log on and vote for their favourite. The winner will receive the first ever ‘Johnstone’s Marvellous Manager’ …

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