Category Archive: Cheltenham Saracens

Sep 30

Highmoor Ibis 0 – 5 Cheltenham Saracens

What had the makings of a good game turned into an ugly show from the homeside of Highmoor Ibis. When they played Saracens in Cheltenham, earlier in the season they gave a good account of themselves as a football team, on Saturday they showed a truly nastiness of brutal extremes, resulting in three players & …

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Sep 18

Pershore u18s 1 – 4 Cheltenham Saracens u18s

On Friday evening, Cheltenham Saracens travelled to Pershore Town for their Midland floodlit league encounter and from an inspired performance by their Captain, Scott Gourley secured their first league win from three games played, in a game which they dominated for large parts throughout. Saracens with new signing ‘Hartpury College’ player Tom Weedon starting his …

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Sep 16

FA Vase: Shrivenham 0-4 Cheltenham Saracens

Gerry Oldham’s confident Saracens side returned to the ground they won 2-1 in the league just 10days ago and returned to Cheltenham afterwards with a firm message to the teams around them, We mean business!!! A performance that was one of 100% perfection, Saracens dominated this Cup round with shear ruthlessness. Oldham having to make …

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Sep 10

Reading Town 2 – 4 Cheltenham Saracens

With Confidence oozing through his team, a somewhat potential banana skin of a fixture was professionally dealt with by Gerry Oldham’s high flying Saracens side. On a hard bumpy pitch with not the best of playing surfaces, throw in hot sunny conditions & a Reading side scrapping for their first points at the bottom of …

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Sep 05

FA Youth Cup: Cheltenham Saracens u18s 1 – 2 Bath City u18s

Saracens count themselves very unlucky they didn’t win this encounter against the full-time students of Bath City. Saracens dominated for large parts of the game and were left to rue early conceded goals in the first half. Bath City scored in the first five minutes when a cross to the far post was headed down …

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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 25

Oxford City Nomads 0 – 0 Cheltenham Saracens

Saracens travelled to Oxford with having to contend with last minute cry off’s and no less than 8 players unavailable through Injury and suspension. Still with the added benefit of strength in depth it needed a big task from Saracens manager, Gerry Oldham’s players to go to last seasons league winners and get something from …

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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 16

Cheltenham Town u18s FC 2-2 Cheltenham Saracens u18s FC

On Monday Evening, in what was their first league game in the Midland Floodlight league, Cheltenham Saracens travelled to Hereford to play Cheltenham Town. The game was played on the superb Wellington Town’s FC Facilities for which the game matched the facilities. With key players ‘Capt’ Scott Gourley & Jack Isher still away on holiday, …

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Aug 05

Cheltenham Saracens u18s 3-3 Bitton AFC

Cheltenham Saracens welcomed Bristol side, Bitton AFC to Petersfield Park, in what turned out to be ‘as expected’ a tough pre-season encounter. Having played Bitton in their 2-1 win in last seasons FA Youth Cup, Coaches Darren Tunnicliff & Sean Bryan, wanted their new players to experience game time against tough physical opponents, and Bitton …

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