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Published by andywildgoose, 2019-09-21 02:05:58

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WELCOME TO THE RIDINGS
HOME OF

CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN FC

TODAYS GAME

CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN
V

CRIBB FC

A TOOLSTATION WESTERN LEAGUE
PREMIER DIVISION MATCH
14th September 2019

THANK YOU TO
TOOL DESIGN & MANUFACTURE LTD

OUR MAIN CLUB SPONSOR


Cover Photograph Courtesy Alex James.


Firstly, I extend a warm welcome to all the players, officials and supporters from Cribbs
Football Club to The Ridings this afternoon. I hope that the short journey around Bristol was
trouble free and that you all enjoy our hospitality before, during and after the match today.

Last Saturday saw us host Westbury United at The Ridings, the game seeing The Sods come
from behind twice in an entertaining 2-2 draw. You will find a full match report later in the
programme.

Last weekend also saw our Reserve and A teams in league action for the first time this season,
along with our Ladies starting their first ever season in the South West Regional Women's
Football League.

Sadly, the results did not all go our way, the Reserves losing heavily away at Longwell Green
and the Ladies losing a close fought game at home to Frampton Rangers Ladies.

The only win of the weekend came from the A team, winning their opening game at Seymour
United after last year’s promotion ton to Bristol & District Division 1 – a great result.

As we go to press our Under 18 team are poised to make their debut in the Cheltenham Youth
Football League, playing away at Slimbridge on Thursday 12th September. A new squad of
players and a new challenge for the management, updates to follow next time.

This week sees everyone in action again apart from the Reserves, here’s to more good
performances and positive results all round – Up The Sods!

Gary Walters - Treasurer, CSTFC

Upcoming first team fixtures: Sat 28th Sep – Bridport (H)
Sat 21st Sep – Hallen (A) Sat 5th Oct – Brislington (A)
Tue 1st Oct – Odd Down (Bath) (A)


Toolstation Western League 7th September 2019

Chipping Sodbury Town 2 Westbury Utd 2

Having suffered a string of poor results in August the Sods went into this
home league match determined to return to the form that led to a fine 2-1
away win over Cribbs in the first match of the season.
Their visitors by contrast had a promising start with two wins, a draw and a
loss.
Both teams struggled initially to gain a foothold with Westbury relying on
the long ball and Sodbury winning possession only to lose it again.
Westbury gradually took control and were unlucky on 27 minutes when
Ryan Bole flashed a free across the six-yard box.
The visitors began to exert pressure going forward and nearly scored the
opener only for a spectacular overhead kick from close range to be ruled
out for offside on 34 minutes. Just three minutes later Westbury took the
lead when Jordan Pinder struck a 20-yard shot in off the post after Sodbury
had failed to clear their lines.


Whatever was said in the home dressing room at half time appeared to
have paid off when Nathan Brown levelled the game within three minutes
of the restart following some great work down the right by Makepeace. The
parity lasted just 60 seconds when Ricky Hulbert restored Westbury’s lead.
A through ball left the home defence claiming offside and Sam Naylor only
managed to parry the shot across the face of his goal. Hulbert was on hand
to cut the ball back into an empty net. Just 2 minutes later the visitors
could have increased their lead but they squandered the opportunity.
Just as their heads were dropping the introduction of Tom Bidder sparked
new life into the Sods and they began to create more chances. Westbury
began to tire as the half progressed and relied more heavily on punting the
ball forward in hope rather than expectation. As Sodbury pushed forward
with more frequency they looked open to the counter and were fortunate
not to concede a penalty when it appeared the home defender had handled
Sodbury introduced Harley Warren and then Jon Morgan from the subs
bench and they began to build pressure on the visitors creating several
good opportunities to draw level. Time was running out but with just 4
minutes left on the clock Sam Makepeace curled a right footed shot into
the top right corner of the Westbury goal to win a much-deserved point for
the home side. The goal followed a blistering run down the left by
Makepeace whose cross into a crowded penalty area was half cleared
before he calmly picked out the top corner having found himself in space
just inside the box.
With time running out Sodbury sensed that their opponents were there for
the taking but they were unable to find the finish that would have claimed
all three points. Overall a 2-2 draw was a fair result.

Star Player – Sam Makepeace CSTFC

Report by Mark Lloyd – Chipping Sodbury Town FC


CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN HISTORY

In the summer of 1959 Cliff Phelps decided it was time football association was brought back to
the town. It had been six long years since the boys of the town had donned the Blue & White of
Sodbury in the Western League. After several meetings at The Bell Inn (Now Brooks Bar & Kitchen)
the new club was formed. Major L.M.Harris was President, Mr. E Purbrick Chairman, Mr. C Phelps
Vice Chairman, Club Captain Dennis Greenaway and Youth Captain Michael Boulton. In the initial
1959/60 season they entered a senior team into The Dursley & Wotton League and a team into the
Youth Section. The following season Sodbury joined the Bristol and District League and throughout
the 60's remained in Division 3.
The 1970's began with relegation, when we finished bottom of Division 3 and the slump continued
in 1971/72 Season when finishing bottom of Division 4. The Mid 70's saw a few changes and the
ground work of the team today. Mike Fox became player Manager and 'The Sods' began a Sunday
Side. In the 1976/77 Season Sodbury finished third in Division 5 and gained promotion. The
1978/79 Season saw us go one better and finished runners-up of Division 4. To finish the decade
off and celebrate twenty years of the club's rebirth, we won the Championship of Division 3 in
1979/80.
The 1980's began were the 70's left off and a fourth place finish gave Sodbury promotion to Bristol
and District Division 1. 1981/82 saw the rebirth of our Reserve side and by the end of the season,
the 1st's had gained promotion to the Senior Division. From Division 5 to the Senior League in six
seasons. The first season in the Senior division was mid-table finish and the end of the season saw
Mike Fox's testimonial and an Ashton Gate appearance against Mangotsfield united. The following
season we finished third. After finishing 15th in 1985/86 we were relegated to Division 1, where
we remained until finishing runners up in 1988/89.


The 1990's kicked off with a third place finish and promotion to the Bristol Premier Combination
Div 1. in 1990/91. The early 90's saw a new clubhouse and changing rooms built with Players and
Committee members contributing their trades. A forth place finish and the winning of the Premier
cup in 1992/93 was the clubs best season so far. The Sods remained in Division 1 until the end of
the ninties, when they were promoted to the Premier Division for the 1999/00 Season.

The 2000's and after 3 seasons in the Premier, the Sods were relegated at the end of 2001/02
season. A new manager and new era began in 2002/03. Les Underdown and his Assisstant Jeff
Clark both ex-players with the club took over the reigns. A mid table finish in their first season,
saw Les leave and left Jeff in the hot seat. The following season saw another mid-table finish and
the Reserves become Champions with the exciting players now in the squad. 2004/05 ended in a
disappointing third place but the club now had a third team as well. The following season, the
previous year was forgotten when the club won the Championship and promoted back to the
Premier division. A mid table finish in the Premier division and the other 2 teams both winning
promotion was a good season in 2006/07. 2007/08 became the clubs most successful season,
when the first's won the Championship of the Premier and the reserves Champions of Bristol &
District division 1. The first season and a change of manager in the Gloucestershire county league
and the team finished bottom of the league, only winning 5 games. Even though the club finished
bottom, they were not relegated. Mark Stenner was appointed manager and he started the steady
march up the County league.

The 2010's has produced the club's most successful time in their history. Mark Stenner had taken
the team to a third place finish in the County league in 2010/11. After his departure early the
following season, Scott Gibson took over. A disappointing bottom place finish was followed by
two seasons of rebuilding and climbing the league. Karl Reese was appointed new manager at the
beginning of 2014/15 season and in his first season had promoted the club from the County league
to the dizzy heights of Western League football with a third place finish. Not a bad start for the
new gaffer but with some new faces and playing great football, we went 1 better the following
season and won the Western League Division 1 Championship. 2016/17 and the Western League
Premier division was tough but a very creditable 13th position and competing in the F.A.Vase was
our most successful season so far. 2017/18 was going to be a massive mountain to climb. Karl had
left the club and also half the first team had departed to pastures new. Enter Neil Simons our new
gaffer, a season in the Western league to take on with half a team and to make things a little more
difficult, your first game is the clubs first ever game in the F.A.Cup. The season ended with a 13th
place finish, an FA Cup victory and a quarter final place in the GFA Challenge trophy. Early in the
2018/19 Season Neil decided to leave the club and shortly afterwards we appointed our present
manager Joe White and his assistant Steve. At the end of the season under his leadership, the club
had finished 10th in the Western League and had the best run in the FA cup in the clubs history.
The club were successful in their appeal against the Hellenic League, sideways move by the F.A. So
2019/20 season we will remain in the Western League Premier. This uncertainty of which League
we would be playing in, unsettled the players and so several departed the Club before a ball was
kicked this Season. Three weeks before the season started we also lost our Manager and his
Assistant. Scott Gibson & Justin Bishop are our Caretaker 1st team management team.

UP THE SODS.


CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN OFFICERS

➢ PRESIDENT – JEFF HARPER
➢ CHAIRMAN – MIKE FOX
➢ VICE CHAIRMAN – RICH BISP
➢ TREASURER – GARY WALTERS
➢ DEPUTY TREASURER
➢ CLUB SECRETARY – LES THEOBALD
➢ FIXTURE SECRETARY – GEOFF ENDICOTT (TOOLSTATION WESTERN LEAGUE)
➢ FIXTURE SECRETARY – MIKE FOX (PREMIER COMBINATION & DISTRICT LEAGUES)
➢ WEBMASTER – ANDREW WILDGOOSE
➢ CLUB MANAGER – SCOTT GIBSON
➢ BAR MANAGERS – SCOTT GIBSON & MIKE FOX
➢ 1St TEAM MANAGER – SCOTT GIBSON (CARETAKER)
➢ RESERVES MANAGER – LES THEOBALD
➢ ‘A’ TEAM MANAGER – RICKY GRAY
➢ U18 MANAGER – DAMIEN FRODSHAM
➢ LADIES MANAGER – JUSTIN BISHOP

COMMITTEE MEMBERS
KEITH HATHERALL, SANDRA KING, JASON KING, JASON RUNDLE & TERRY VOISEY

PAST HONOURABLE MEMBERS WHO WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN
JOHNNY BEER, MIKE (JUMBO) BOULTON, ALAN GREEN & PADDY O’CONNELL


JACK

Was Our
Mascot
For The Day

Have a
Great Day
Just Like

Jack

For MoRe iNfo
CoNtaCT

[email protected]


CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN UNDER 18’s
GLOUCESTERSHIRE YOUTH MID-WEEK

FLOODLIT DIVISION

12th September 2019
Slimbridge Development Youth U18 6
Chipping Sodbury Development U18 0

The under 18s kicked off their campaign in the Gloucestershire Midweek
Floodlit League with a tough away fixture at league
favourites Slimbridge. Coach Damian Frodsham commented, ‘As 6-0 defeats
go this was a really promising start with some superb performances
throughout the team. It would however be remiss of me not to mention Joe
Stott for his outstanding display in goal.’
For a team that has only just come together the performance was more than
encouraging. 2-0 down at the break Sodbury regrouped and for the first twenty
minutes of the second half were more than a match for their
illustrious opponents. The introduction from the bench of four key players for
the home side was enough to turn the game.
Report by Mark Lloyd – U18 Assistant Manager
The u18s now look forward with relish to their first home fixture next
Wednesday 18th September against Cheltenham Town, KO 7.30pm.


CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN
FOOTBALL CLUB

WE CURRENTLY ​RUN 5 TEAMS
​1st TEAM - WESTERN LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION
RESERVE TEAM - BRISTOL COMBINATION PREMIER DIVISION
'A' TEAM - BRISTOL AND DISTRICT LEAGUE DIVISION 1
THE LADIES - SOUTH WEST WOMENS FOOTBALL LEAGUE
U18's TEAM - CHELTENHAM YOUTH MID-WEEK FLOODLIT DIVISION

We’d ToSeeYou There

You don’t have to play...Come along and support,
get involved, volunteer to help. We are a family
Friendly Club and welcome all ages.

OUR GAMES AT THE RIDINGS. WICKWAR RD. IN CHIPPING SODBURY BS37 6GA.
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CHIPPING SODBURY SEASON 1959/60


Match Report
10th September 1969
Chipping Sodbury 2
Mangotsfield Utd Res 2

Report
Chipping Sodbury Gazette
20th September 1969

Bristol & District
Division 3 Table
27th September 1969


CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN
SQUAD

MANAGER SAM NAYLOR PHYSIO
SCOTT GIBSON COLIN MUGOYA-TABINGWA KEN PURNELL

ASSISTANT JONATHAN INVERNIZZI
JUSTIN BISHOP RUBEN NUEVO-DRAPER

HARLEY WARREN
EWAN McMILLAN

LIAM BARRETT
LUKE BURMAN
LEWIS BEZER

BEN CHICK
CODY VILE
DAN BROWN
JON MORGAN
JACK PARKER
MAHAD AHMED
JACK DEMPSEY
NATHAN BROWN
SAM MAKEPEACE
ZAYD MUHAMMED
LUKE HENDERSON

TODAYS REFEREE

ROGER SMITH


CRIBBS FOOTBALL CLUB
SQUAD

MANAGER CAMERON TARR (GK) PHYSIO
TONY BEECHAM ANDRE FRECKLETON SIMON HARTLEY

ASSISTANT GEORGE KELLOW 1st TEAM COACH
JIM WILLIAMS CHARLIE ALDOM AARON STILL
TOM ANTHONY
ARCHIE WATTS

MATT SPILLER
KOFI MARTIN
JORDAN YEO

DAN DYKE
SAM ILES
JOE WHITE
AKI AKIWUMI
SAM HOLDEN
GEORGE NEILL
RYAN CROUCH
GEORGE LOUD
LEWIS HEDGES
JAKE HODGSON
JASON VINCENT
NATHAN LEGGE
GREG ANDREWS
JACK GUTHRIE
HARRY SIMONS
JACK McKENNA

REFEREE ASSISTANTS

IAN HAWKINS
KEVIN RODD


CRIBBS COUNTY LEAGUE
WINNING SEASON 2011/12

10/12/2011 Chipping Sodbury Town 1 - 1 Cribbs Friends Life

Cribbs Friends Life were held to a 1 – 1 draw at Chipping Sodbury Town but they only
have themselves to blame for missing numerous chances that they created especially
in the first half. They should have opened the scoring after just 42 seconds when
Simon Bone crossed into the box but Nick Lloyd with a clear shot on goal blasted the
ball high over the bar. Sodbury’s first effort after 4 minutes saw the visitor’s keeper
Matt Turner fisting the ball away in a crowded goal-mouth. A few minutes later Turner
was again in action when he saved well from a Mike Chillcott 20 yard drive, but within
a minute Cribbs took the lead when Jack Kinnerly intercepted a pass, rounded a
defender and drove the ball past Ed Mullins giving the keeper no chance. Kinnerly
always looked dangerous down the left and the home defence did really well to clear
several good crosses into the box from the winger. A mistake out on the right by
Sodbury full-back Mike Hodge allowed Simon Bone a free run on goal and from an
acute angle beat Mullins with his shot but it went just the wrong side of the far post.
With the visitors pushing hard Mullins brought off a great save to deny Dominic
Graffagnio 25 yard shot. At the other end, a 30 yard drive from Chillcott was well
saved by Turner. In the 30th minute Jack Kinnerly broke clear and cut in from the left
and then saw his effort really well saved by Mullins. At this stage of the game the
visitors were creating numerous chances and that man Mullins was again called on to
prevent Nick Lloyds shot from going in. Five minutes before the break Nick Lloyd
again found space on the left but this time drove his shot into the side netting. With all
the chances created the visitors should have gone into the break with more than just
the 1-0 lead.

Six minutes into the second half the visitors were gifted another good chance when a
free-kick was hit straight to Simon Bone who rounded the defender and shot from 25
yards out which looked as though it was going in but Mullins flung himself across the
goal diverting the ball out for a corner. Sodbury drew level in the 56th minute when a
good build up down the right led to the ball being crossed to the far side of the six
yard box and Alex Cummings neatly chipped the ball over Turner. Sodbury were
having much more of the play as they pushed forward to try and grab a winner and
almost succeeded in the 71st minute when a thunderous shot from full-back Mike
Hodge was pushed away by Turner for a corner. The visitors had several more
chances to have grabbed the winner but every shot on goal was covered by the home
keeper Ed Mullins. Sodbury will be well pleased with the result.


Photograph’s from 10th December 2011. Chipping Sodbury Town v Cribbs Friends Life

CHIPPING SODBURY v CRIBBS FC
HOME LEAGUE HISTORY

TOOLSTATION WESTERN LEAGUE PREMIER
03/08/19 Cribbs 1 - 2 Chipping Sodbury Town
26/03/19 Cribbs 0 - 3 Chipping Sodbury Town
20/11/18 Chipping Sodbury Town 1 - 1 Cribbs
03/02/18 Cribbs 3 - 1 Chipping Sodbury Town
04/02/17 Cribbs 0 - 1 Chipping Sodbury Town
04/02/17 Cribbs 0 - 1 Chipping Sodbury Town
20/09/16 Chipping Sodbury Town 2 - 1 Cribbs

GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNTY LEAGUE
10/12/11 Chipping Sodbury Town 1 - 1 Cribbs Friends Life
17/08/11 Cribbs Friends Life 4 - 0 Chipping Sodbury Town
09/04/11 Chipping Sodbury Town 0 - 1 AXA
28/08/10 AXA 2 - 0 Chipping Sodbury Town
08/05/10 AXA 1 - 4 Chipping Sodbury Town
07/04/10 Chipping Sodbury Town 3 - 0 AXA
02/05/09 Chipping Sodbury Town 1 - 1 AXA
07/04/09 AXA 3 - 2 Chipping Sodbury Town


THE HISTORY OF CRIBBS FOOTBALL CLUB

Cribbs Football Club (Cribbs FC) are currently in their 59th season since they were founded back in
London in 1958 as ‘Sun Life Assurance’. The Bristol team was established in 1976 when Sun Life
first relocated to Bristol. Initially they ran two teams in the Bristol and Avon League, playing at
Dundridge Farm. However, when the Cribbs Causeway (now The Lawns) ground was opened in
1978, the 1st team were promoted straight to the Avon Premier Combination League where they
stayed for 20 years until they eventually won promotion to the Gloucestershire County League by
winning the re-named Bristol Premier Combination in the 1999/2000 season. In the 1998/1999
season the 1st team finished runners up to Roman Glass St George in both the Combination &
Premier Combination League Cup. In 1997/1998 the 1st team also finished runners up, after a
replay, to Ridings High in the GFA Senior Amateur Cup. The club adopted the name of AXA Sun Life
FC at the end of the nineties following the merger of the AXA Equity & Law and Sun Life Assurance
Society, and became AXA FC in 2002. At the end of the 2010-2011 season, following the acquisition
and merger of AXA Sun Life & Friends Provident, we became the Cribbs Friends Life Football Club.
At the end of June 2013, with the closure of the companies Cribbs Friends Life Sports & Social Club
and with the creation of the new volunteer run, Cribbs Sports & Social Club at “The Lawns”, we
renamed ourselves as Cribbs Football Club.

Today the Club runs four Saturday sides (until 2004/2005 season there were five Saturday sides),
spread across the Toolstation Western, Bristol Premier Combination and Bristol & District Leagues.
On a Sunday we have 1 side in the Regional League Premier Division (who won the Gilbert Pullin
Sunday Cup in 2003/2004 & 2013/2014 season and were runners up in 2006/2007 season) and 1
Vets side who play in the Casuals League. In addition, we have run one Under 18’s team for five
seasons in the Bristol North Division of the Bristol Premier Combination U18’s league. At the start
of the 2012/2013 season this was increased to two Under 18’s teams with the formation of the
Colts who play in the Bristol Central Division of the league. The clubs 3rd team won the GFA Minor
Cup in the 2004/2005 season when beating Winterbourne United’s 3rd team in a tight and tense
final where the “evergreen” John Hembrow was man of the match. The 1st team reached the semi
final stage of the Les James League Cup on three occasions since joining the county league in the
2000/2001 season. They unfortunately lost on all three occasions, against Ellwood on penalty kicks
in March 2005, 2-1 against Highridge United in March 2006 and against Hardwicke, 1-0 in 2008. At
the start of 2007/2008 season the football club embarked on an ambitious change of direction
that they hope would lead to their 1st team being a regular top 3 side in the Gloucestershire
County League, and possibly higher. At the end of the 2010/2011 season, under the tutelage of
Gavin Tufton (in his second spell in charge) and assisted by Matt Shaughnessy, the 1st team
finished runners up in the Gloucestershire County League. Unfortunately, promotion to the
Toolstation Western league wasn’t possible as the league champions, Brimscombe & Thrupp, had
applied and been granted promotion to the Hellenic League. With planning permission having
been granted for floodlights to be installed and stands to be built, the 1st team went one better in
the 2011/2012 season and completed the league championship & league cup double (never been
achieved before). This was obviously a fantastic achievement and meant the much anticipated
promotion to the next level of the pyramid system and entry into the Toolstation Western League
for the start of the 2012/2013 season.


The floodlights & stand were installed in August 2012 and the lights were first used for the 1st
team’s home league game against Hengrove Athletic on 16th October 2012. The 2011/2012 season
was probably the most successful year in the club’s history with not only the 1st team completing
the double and gaining promotion as in addition the 2nd team gained promotion to the Premier
Division of the Bristol Premier Combination and the 3rd team were also promoted to Division 3 of
the Bristol & District League. The 2012/2013 season continued in the same vain with the 1st team
finishing 8th in their first season in the Western League and the 2nd & 3rd team’s all being
promoted. In addition, the U18’s won their league and came runners up in the League Cup Final.
2013/2014 season was another good season for the club with the 1st team finishing 5th and
qualifying for the 2014/2015 season’s FA Cup together with being runners up in the Les Phillips
Cup Final. The 3rd team won promotion again and the Sunday team won the Gilbert Pullin League
Cup. 2014/2015 was yet another successful season for the club with the 1st team finishing in 3rd
place in Division One after a very hard fought & close battle with Barnstaple Town & Welton
Rovers for the major honours. This was enough to secure promotion for the first time to the
Premier Division of the Toolstation League for the 2015/2016 season. The 4th team also gained
promotion up the Bristol & District league. The progress of the club continued on an upward trend
during the 2015/2016 season with the first team finishing a respectable 15th in their first season in
the Premier Division of the Toolstation League. The reserves were runners up to Mendip
Broadwalk in a thrilling finale to the Premier Division of the Bristol Premier Combination. The 3rd
team also finished runners up in Division One of the Bristol & District league which as a result
meant promotion to the Senior Division for the 2016/2017 season. The Sunday team won the
Regional League Cup. The Under 18’s also won their league and were runners up in the league cup.
The outstanding progression of the club continued in the 2016/2017 season with the 1st team
finishing 8th (without a playing budget) in only their 2nd season in the Premier Division of the
Toolstation Western League and finishing runners up in the Les Phillips Cup. The “Double Winning”
reserve team won both the Bristol Premier Combination League and the League Cup. The 3rds &
4ths both had respectable mid table finishes in the Senior and 4th divisions of the Bristol & District
League. The Sunday team finished runners up in both the Premier Division of the Bristol Regional
League and the Gilbert Pullin Trophy. Finally, the U18’s (after a play off) finished runners up in the
Central Division of the Bristol Combination league and won the League Cup. In the 2017/2018
season the 1st team finished 11th, 2nds were runners up, 3rds mid table and the 4th team finished
4th place. The under 18s finished 3rd and the Sunday team once again finished in runners up in
the Bristol Regional League. The 2018/2019 season was the most successful in the club’s history
with the 1st team winning the GFA Challenge Trophy, the reserves winning the treble (league,
league cup & GFA Senior Amateur Cup) and the U18s also won their league. With our excellent
junior section (Shire Colts/Shire-Cribbs) also continuing to thrive then we are expecting the
progression of the football club to continue for many years to come. The club is well known for the
tremendous facilities. The England Under 21 side then managed by Peter Taylor trained at the
ground in 1997 and indeed played a Cribbs FC (then AXA) side prior to their game with Italy. There
have also been two games televised on Sky Sports Soccer AM programme between Cribbs FC (then
AXA) teams & celebrity sides. Our groundsman has won the national FA Groundsman of The Year
Award for Step 5 & 6 in 2014 & 2016 and he has also been nominated again for the 2017 awards.
Since the start of the 2012/2013 Bristol Rovers Football Club use the facilities as their permanent
private training base and this also included their Academy team for just the 2013/2014 season.


CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN

RESERVES

HISTORY

When Chipping Sodbury reformed in 1959/60 season, a Reserve team was
formed and entered the Dursley and Wotton League the following Season
in 1960/61. The Reserves then entered The Bristol & District League Division
6 the season after. The Reserves stayed in the Bristol & District League
through the 1960’s. The Present history of the Reserves began in the
1981/82 season under manager John Beer. The Reserves spent two seasons
in The Bristol & Avon League before joining The Bristol & District League in
1983/84 Season. After two promotions in 9 seasons, the Reserves became
Champions of Division 4 in 1992/93. Ten years later, in 2003/04, the
Championship of Division 3 was attained. A Great run in the GFA
Intermediate cup saw the side reach the final but come runners-up to
Soundwell Victoria the following Season. After finishing runners-up and
getting promoted in 2006/07 they go 1 better and become Champions of
the Bristol & District League Division 1 in 2007/08. The next seven seasons
were spent yo-yoing between the Senior Division and Division 1. Becoming
Champions for a fourth time in the Reserves history saw them win the
Senior Division in 2015/16. The following season was another success for
the Reserves, when in their first season in The Premier Combination
Division 1 they finished runners-up and were promoted to The Premier
Combination. The first season in The Premier Combination saw “The Sods”
leaving it late and winning 5 of their last 6 games in a 15 day period, to
finish in tenth place. 2018/19 Season saw the team finish in 11th place and
remain in the Premier Combination, the highest league standing in the
Reserves History.


CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN RESERVES
BRISTOL PREMIER COMBINATION

BRISTOL COMBINATION PREMIER DIVISION 2019/20 SEASON

12.09.2019 - Longwell Green Sports Res 9 Chipping Sodbury Town Res 1

05.10.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town Res Seymour United

12.10.2019 - Shaftesbury Crusade Chipping Sodbury Town Res

19.10.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town Res Olveston United

09.11.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town Res Lebeq (Saturday)

23.11.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town Res Totterdown United

14.12.2019 - Seymour United Chipping Sodbury Town Res

21.12.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town Res Pucklechurch Sports

04.01.2020 - Highridge United Chipping Sodbury Town Res

11.01.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town Res Shaftesbury Crusade

18.01.2020 - Pucklechurch Sports Chipping Sodbury Town Res

25.01.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town Res Cribbs Reserves

01.02.2020 - Olveston United Chipping Sodbury Town Res

08.02.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town Res Winterbourne United

15.02.2020 - Lebeq (Saturday) Chipping Sodbury Town Res

22.02.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town Res Highridge United

29.02.2020 - Totterdown United Chipping Sodbury Town Res

07.03.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town Res Sea Mills Park

14.03.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town Res Longwell Green Sports Res

28.03.2020 - Cribbs Reserves Chipping Sodbury Town Res

04.04.2020 - Winterbourne United Chipping Sodbury Town Res

11.04.2020 - Sea Mills Park Chipping Sodbury Town Res


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CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN ‘A’ TEAM
BRISTOL & DISTRICT LEAGUE - DIV1

BRISTOL & DISTRICT LEAGUE DIVISION 1 - 2019/20 SEASON

07.09.2019 - Seymour United Res 2 Chipping Sodbury Town 'A' 3

14.09.2019 - Totterdown United Res Chipping Sodbury Town 'A'

28.09.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town 'A' AFC Mangotsfield District

26.10.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town 'A' Hanham Athletic Res

02.11.2019 - Longwell Green Sports 'A' Chipping Sodbury Town 'A'

16.11.2019 - Real Thornbury Chipping Sodbury Town 'A'

23.11.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town 'A' Totterdown United Res

30.11.2019 - Highridge United Res Chipping Sodbury Town 'A'

14.12.2019 - AFC Mangotsfield District Chipping Sodbury Town 'A'

21.12.2019 - Greyfriars Athletic Res Chipping Sodbury Town 'A'

04.01.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town 'A' Lawrence Rovers

18.01.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town 'A' Greyfriars Athletic Res

Chipping Sodbury Town 'A' Stapleton AFC Res

Hanham Athletic Res Chipping Sodbury Town 'A'

01.02.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town 'A' Seymour United Res

15.02.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town 'A' Real Thornbury

22.02.2020 - Lawrence Rovers Chipping Sodbury Town 'A'

29.02.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town 'A' Highridge United Res

07.03.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town 'A' Longwell Green Sports 'A'

21.03.2020 - Stapleton AFC Res Chipping Sodbury Town 'A'


CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN LADIES
SOUTH WEST REGIONAL WFL
NORTHERN DIVISION

SOUTH WEST REGIONAL WFL. NORTHERN DIVISION 2019/20 SEASON

01.09.2019 - Women's F.A.Cup Preliminary Round

Royal Wooton Bassett Town 7 Chipping Sodbury Town LFC 0

08.09.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town LFC 1 Frampton Rangers LFC 3

15.09.2019 - Oldland Abbotonians LFC Chipping Sodbury Town LFC

22.09.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town LFC Weston Mendip LFC

29.09.2019 - AEK BOCO LFC Chipping Sodbury Town LFC

06.10.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town LFC Almondsbury WFC

13.10.2019 - Bristol Ladies Union Chipping Sodbury Town LFC

20.10.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town LFC Cheltenham Town LFC

27.10.2019 - Weston Super Mare LFC Chipping Sodbury Town LFC

03.11.2019 - Almondsbury WFC Chipping Sodbury Town LFC

10.11.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town LFC Downend Flyers WFC

17.11.2019 - Frampton Rangers LFC Chipping Sodbury Town LFC

24.11.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town LFC Oldland Abbotonians LFC

01.12.2019 - Weston Mendip LFC Chipping Sodbury Town LFC

08.12.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town LFC AEK BOCO LFC

15.12.2019 - Downend Flyers WFC Chipping Sodbury Town LFC

05.01.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town LFC Bristol Ladies Union

12.01.2020 - Cheltenham Town LFC Chipping Sodbury Town LFC

19.01.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town LFC Weston Super Mare LFC

Photographs from 8th September 2019
Chipping Sodbury Town LFC 1 Frampton Rangers LFC 3

Courtesy B.East Photography.


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