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THE RE-ARRANGED MATCH.
Chipping Sodbury Town v Cadbury Heath
Match Day Football Programme
Toolstation Western League Premier Division
26th November 2019

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CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN v CADBURY HEATH

THE RE-ARRANGED MATCH.
Chipping Sodbury Town v Cadbury Heath
Match Day Football Programme
Toolstation Western League Premier Division
26th November 2019

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CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN FC

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CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN
V

CADBURY HEATH

A TOOLSTATION WESTERN LEAGUE
PREMIER DIVISION MATCH
26th NOVEMBER 2019
THANK YOU TO

TOOL DESIGN & MANUFACTURE LTD
OUR MAIN CLUB SPONSOR

Cover Photograph Courtesy Alex James.

FROM FTroHm EtheBBOoaArdrRooDmROOM

Firstly I’d like to extend a warm welcome to all the players, officials and supporters from Cadbury
Heath to The Ridings this evening for this Premier Division local derby.
When we played at the Heath a few weeks ago we were unlucky not to come away without a
point as missed chances cost us dearly and instead of being clear winners we were on the end of
a 2 – 1 defeat. Since then we have suffered further defeats against Plymouth Parkway and
Tavistock FC and currently we occupy the bottom of the table position.
We knew that this season would be difficult and that building a new team that can compete at
this level would take time however again we have not been helped by loss of several players and
injuries to players who would normally been playing. We hope that this evening’s game will
provide us with a platform to move forward.
Following last seasons FA fiasco with regard to Lateral Movement the Leagues Committee have
been issuing regular newsletters, the latest of which clearly indicates a change of rule to address
the mistakes made by the FA last season as well as suggesting further boundary changes which
may well affect more clubs. The relevant information is set out below:
“The prospect of lateral movement is an annual one for all Clubs participating at Steps 2 to 7 of
the National League System. However, on completion of the 2019-20 season this prospect will
increase for Clubs operating at Steps 4, 5 and 6 owing to the NLS restructure.
The Regulation that covers lateral movement was amended over the summer and so we take the
opportunity to highlight this to Clubs:
‘‘It may be necessary from time to time to move Clubs laterally at the same Step. Each year the
Committee will consider whether any lateral movements may be necessary at each Step and the
final decision shall rest with a sub-committee of the Committee. A Club may appeal the decision
of the Committee to an Appeal Board and such appeal shall be conducted in accordance with the
Appeal Regulations.
In coming to its decision the Committee will have regard to any representations made by any
party, the distance to be travelled by any Club to be moved compared to the distance travelled in
the Playing Season prior to movement; the financial impact on the Club to be moved, the
frequency with which the Club has been moved in the past; the number of Clubs both in the
division to which the Club is to be moved and in the division from which the Club is moved, and
any other matter that it considers to be relevant.’’
It’s time therefore for the clubs Management Committee to start preparing the case why we
should not be laterally moved. Watch this space!!!
Upcoming fixtures are:
Sat 30th Nov – Hallen (H)
Tue 3rd Dec – Odd Down (A)
Sat 7th Dec - Street (H)
Tue 10th Dec – Tytherington Rocks (H) GFA Challenge Trophy
Sat 14th Dec - Tavistock (A)
Tue 17th Dec – Shepton Mallet (H)
Sat 28th Dec – Roman Glass St George (H)

Come on you Sods - Geoff Endicott - Secretary CSTFC

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’S HISTORIAN
DIGS DEEP. THE SODS JOIN THE G.F.A.
EXCERPTS FROM THAT SEASON

GFA MEETING 8th AUGUST 1898

THE SODS 1st CUP GAME 5th NOVEMBER 1898

BECAUSE THE CUP TIE ON THE 5th NOVEMBER FINISHED
17 MINUTES SHORT DUE TO BAD LIGHT, THE REMAINING
17 MINUTES WERE PLAYED 2 WEEKS LATER ON THE 19TH

NORTH BRISTOL & DISTRICT LEAGUE DIVISION 1
FINAL TABLE—SEASON 1898/99

CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN ‘A’
BRISTOL & DISTRICT LEAGUE DIVISION 1

SATURDAY 23rd NOVEMBER 2019
CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN ‘A’ 2 TOTTERDOWN RES 1

It's amazing to think that after our last league game, on the 21st Septem-
ber, we would have to wait until the 30th November for our next. To say it
was a tough game, is certainly an understatement. Following our 9-1 vic-
tory in our second game of the season against Totterdown, they came to
our place with a point to prove. From the outset it was obvious that this
wasn't a game for the faint hearted! A physical first half saw Luke Gaskins
taken to hospital, a Totterdown player sin binned and Sodbury struggling
to get into our stride and so ended 0 – 0.
The second half saw a vastly improved performance from us and despite
the continuing battles on the pitch, we raced into a 2-0 lead, with goals
from Jack Derrick and Dalton (Daltz) Hoskins. In the last few minutes,
Totterdown scored a consolation goal but we ended up with a 2-1 victory
and four wins in four games. In this league, you can't afford any slip ups
and we go to Highridge this Saturday, needing to continue our good form.
Ricky Gray Manager.

07.09.2019 - Longwell Green Sports Res 9 Chipping Sodbury Town Res 1

28.09.2019 - GFA Senior Amateur Cup Round 1 3
3
Chipping Sodbury Town Res 5 Rockleaze Rangers Reserves 0
2
05.10.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town Res 1 Seymour United
3
12.10.2019 - Shaftesbury Crusade 2 Chipping Sodbury Town Res 3

19.10.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town Res 1 Olveston United

09.11.2019 - GFA Senior Amateur Cup Round 2

Greyfriars Athletic 6 Chipping Sodbury Town Res

23.11.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town Res 4 Totterdown United

30.11.2019 - Bristol Premier League Cup Round 2

Greyfriars Athletic Chipping Sodbury Town Res

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

OUR NEXT ‘A’ MATCH
30th NOVEMBER 2019—2.00 ko.

HIGHRIDGE UTD RESERVES
V

CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN ‘A’

CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN
TOOLSTATION WESTERN LEAGUE

PREMIER DIVISION

OUR NEXT 1st TEAM MATCH
30th NOVEMBER 2019

CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN
V

HALLEN

03.08.2019 - Cribbs FC 1 Chipping Sodbury Town 2
2
06.08.2019 - Bitton 6 Chipping Sodbury Town
2
10.08.2019 - F.A.Cup Extra Preliminary Round 8
2
Dunstable Town 3 Chipping Sodbury Town 0

17.08.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town 1 Bridgwater Town 1
2
20.08.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town 0 Bradford Town 2
0
24.08.2019 - Buckland Athletic 4 Chipping Sodbury Town 4
4
01.09.2019 - F.A.Vase 1st Round Qualifying 1
1
Wokingham & Emmbrook 2 Chipping Sodbury Town 2

07.09.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town 2 Westbury United 2
2
14.09.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town 0 Cribbs 3

21.09.2019 - Hallen 2 Chipping Sodbury Town

28.09.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town 0 Bridport

05.10.2019 - Brislington 3 Chipping Sodbury Town

12.10.2019 - Cadbury Heath 2 Chipping Sodbury Town

19.10.2019 - Roman Glass St.George 6 Chipping Sodbury Town

22.10.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town 0 Keynsham Town

30.10.2019 - League Cup Round 1

Clevedon Town 4 Chipping Sodbury Town

09.11.2019 - Plymouth Parkway 5 Chipping Sodbury Town

12.11.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town 0 Tavistock

26.11.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town Cadbury Heath

30.11.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town Hallen

03.12.2019 - Odd Down (Bath) Chipping Sodbury Town

07.12.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town Street

10.12.2019 - GFA Challenge Trophy Round 2

Chipping Sodbury Town Tytherington Rocks

14.12.2019 - Tavistock Chipping Sodbury Town

17.12.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town Shepton Mallet

28.12.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town Roman Glass St.George

04.01.2020 - Shepton Mallet Chipping Sodbury Town

11.01.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town Wellington

18.01.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town Exmouth Town

25.01.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town Plymouth Parkway

01.02.2020 - Bradford Town Chipping Sodbury Town

08.02.2020 - Westbury United Chipping Sodbury Town

22.02.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town Clevedon Town

29.02.2020 - Bridgwater Town Chipping Sodbury Town

07.03.2020 - Exmouth Town Chipping Sodbury Town

10.03.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town Bitton

21.03.2020 - Street Chipping Sodbury Town

24.03.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town Brislington

04.04.2020 - Wellington Chipping Sodbury Town

10.04.2020 - Clevedon Town Chipping Sodbury Town

13.04.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town Odd Down (Bath)

18.04.2020 - Bridport Chipping Sodbury Town

21.04.2020 - Keynsham Town Chipping Sodbury Town

25.04.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town Buckland Athletic

CADBURY HEATH FOOTBALL CLUB (THE HEATHENS)

The Club was first established in 1894 by Cadbury Heath Adult School (later to be
known as Cadbury Heath Primary School) when Cadbury Heath was just a little
narrow, one-street village, way outside the boundaries of Bristol.

Our first pitch was situated at Mill Lane, changing in the Social Club and heating up
water for tin baths. With a break for the War years, and the transferring to what is
now Coronation Park, we progressed from the Bristol & District League to Division
Two of the Bristol Premier Combination, and then to Division One in 1961, after
winning the GFA Junior Cup in 1950. In the 60’s the team (only a first team then)
built their own baths at the Social Club. This period of success coincided with the
renting of our present ground – Springfield – for £10 per annum from a local
farmer and President Jim Warner. This was then an open pasture land with cows,
a rope had to be put around the playing area. It had no Electricity Water or
Drainage. The tea bar was a garden shed. The offer to purchase for £250 was
short-sighted declined, as the field was later sold as part of major development
land and only intense lobbying led by the then Chairman, Mike Packer persuaded
the Council to allocate Springfield as part of Public Open Space leased to the
Football Club for dual use. This has meant that we have not been entirely masters
of our own destiny. Even so, Gloucestershire county League championship in 1971-
72, 1972-73, 73 74 and runners up 74/75 at the same time winning the GFA Senior
Amateur Cup in 1972/73 73/74 and 1974-75, under Ralph Miller’s Management.
The success pushed the club into joining the Midland Combination after being
turned down by the Western League due to the dressing rooms being situated too
far from the pitch (what is now the Social Club bottle store). A stand was built for
the requirement of the Midland Combination (with tea bar). After finishing fifth
and reaching the quarter finals of the FA Vase with a crowd of 2,000 at Springfield,
and more listening live on local Radio Bristol for the tie against Billericay Town
from Essex, the Manager left after a disagreement with the committee, and took
most of the players, to Cinderford Town. This shook the club to the core, we were
relegated and had to drop two divisions to the Avon Premier Combination (we
were founder members) there was no `Pyramid System’ in force. A slow recovery
took place, half time rooms being built, then a terrapin to provide on-pitch
dressing rooms, taking advantage of newly laid drains for the new houses, a water
supply, and electricity for training floodlights. Elected back into the
Gloucestershire County League in 1984 a reserve team was started in 1988 ran by
John Clarke formed from CHYMCA the first team finished as runners-up in the
County League in 1990. The Managers in this period were Bob Williams, Dave
Pitman, Les Allan, John Harris, Andy Stone, Keith Cottrell, Brian Knighton, Mike
Ratcliffe, and Chris Stone. We celebrated our Centenary by winning the League
Championship for the fifth time in 1994, under the consistent managership of

Brian Knighton, and we continued to dominate the league once again. Continued a
improvement on and off the field saw new dressing rooms built on the ground in
1997, a youth scademy started under Malcolm Knowlson and a new terrapin
replaced the one for the youth section formed from an amalgamation with local
youth football club, Grimsbury Rangers. After winning the Gloucestershire County
League for a record sixth time, under the management of Andy Black, an
application to join the Western League was again turned down due to the lack of a
fence. Andy then left the club to join Bitton and Steve Plenty was appointed
Manager along with Lee Knighton. After a public open meeting and a long battle
with the Council, the fence was finally erected at a cost of £15,000 funded by
Cadbury Heath Football Club. Steve and Lee’s first season in charge got runners up
spot, of which consequently secured our election to the Toolstation Western
League at long last! After 2 seasons in charge, Steve Plenty stood down due to
family commitments and Lee Knighton took over the hot seat for a season and
then the reigns were handed over to his assistant, Glen Smart, who consolidated
our position for four seasons. Lee Knighton took over as First Team Manager for
his second spell and appointed Andy Weeks as his assistant in season 2005/6, also
that year Steve Plenty became Chairman when Dave Smart stood down. After five
years of planning tribulations Floodlights were successfully installed at the end of
season 2008/2009 this being Phase one of Heaths redevelopment plan, being
largely due to the efforts of Chairman Steve Plenty. The Heath and The Social Club
went their separate ways in season 2011/12. Andy Black joined the club for his
third spell in season 2010/11 appointing Glenn Smart as his assistant culminating
in the first division championship and promotion to the Premier Div. in season
2011/12. Then followed two good seasons in the premier division with the last
two seasons being a period of trying to rebuild the side after most of the original
players either retiring or moving on to higher level football. Phase two, is in the
planning stage which is for a new dressing room facility incorporating a new
clubhouse & new 100 seat stand with a covered area for a further 100. During
season 2015-2016 Roger Coke joined the club as coach. Season 2016-2017 starts
with a new first team coach Phillip Bater Ex Bristol Rovers and the introduction of
a U18 side who will be playing in the Bristol & Glos U18 league. Mid season Rob
Mallett joined the coaching staff to assist Andy Black. First team won the GFA
Challenge Trophy beating Fairfield Town 4-3 0n penalties. End of season Andy
Black resigned as manager and became director of football. Season 2017-2018,
Rob Mallett was appointed first team manager. Season 2018-2019 Andy Black was
appointed first team manager. 2019-2020 John Black has joined the management
team.

CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN
SQUAD

SAM NAYLOR

KEIREN PROVIS

COLIN MUGOYA-TABINGWA

LUKE JOHNSON

HARLEY WARREN

EWAN McMILLAN

LIAM BARRETT

MANAGEMENT TEAM LUKE BURMAN PHYSIO

SCOTT GIBSON MILES GIBSON KEN PURNELL
JUSTIN BISHOP LEWIS BEZER

BEN CHICK

CODY VILE

DAN BROWN

HARVEY BAKER

JACK MOORE

JACK PARKER

DAN DEMPSEY

JUSTIN BISHOP

NATHAN BROWN

ZAYD MUHAMMED

REFEREE
ROB COCKLE

CADBURY HEATH
SQUAD

MANAGEMENT TEAM OLIVER JONES COACH
ANDREW BLACK DAN WINSTONE TIM COTTER
JOHN BLACK HARRY GOIDSPINK
GABRIEL NICHOLS PHYSIO
NATHAN HEWITT SHANNON SPICER
ROSS MOORHEAD

ELI NICHOLS
ASHLEY KENDALL

ENIS AKGUN
MATT HUXLEY
GEORGE BOON
JOSH WILLIAMS

BEN ALLEN
MATT BINDING
LEWIS HEDGES
CHARLES KNIGHT
ETHAN TUCKER

REFEREE ASSISTANTS
GREG WENTLAND & OLLIE TAYLOR

CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN LADIES
SOUTH WEST REGIONAL W.F.L.
NORTHERN DIVISION

PUCKLECHURCH SPORTS LFC 2 CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN LFC 1
This season’s cup activity came to a shock exit in the G.F.A.
Women’s Trophy, when they lost at Pucklechurch on the 17th of this
month. The Sods scorer on the day Becky Storer.

OUR NEXT LADIES MATCH
1st DECEMBER 2019

WESTON MENDIP LFC
V

CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN LADIES

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 0 Chipping Sodbury Town LFC 0

22.09.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town LFC 3 Weston Mendip LFC 2

29.09.2019 - AEK Boco LFC 0 Chipping Sodbury Town LFC 2

06.10.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town LFC 1 Almondsbury WFC 4

20.10.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town LFC 0 Cheltenham Town LFC 2

27.10.2019 - Bristol Soccerworld Cup Round 1

Bristol Ladies Union 7 Chipping Sodbury Town LFC 0

10.11.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town LFC 4 Weston Super Mare LFC 2

17.11.2019 - G.F.A Womens Trophy Round 2

Pucklechurch Sports Ladies 2 Chipping Sodbury Town LFC 1

01.12.2019 - Frampton Rangers 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

26.01.2020 - Almondsbury WFC Chipping Sodbury Town LFC

02.02.2020 - Weston Super Mare LFC Chipping Sodbury Town LFC

16.02.2020 - Bristol Ladies Union Chipping Sodbury Town LFC

01.03.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town LFC Oldland Abbotonians LFC

08.03.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town LFC Downend Flyers WFC

15.03.2020 - Weston Mendip LFC Chipping Sodbury Town LFC

LIAM
BARRETT

Tonight LIAM BARRETT is making his
180th League Appearance for the
Sods.
Signed from Winterbourne he made
his debut on 2nd September 2006
and scored 2 goals. Liam has cored
26 League goals during his Sodbury
Career.
Congratulations from everyone at
the club on reaching this milestone.
(Photograph from his Debut) UTS.

JACK

Was Our First

Mascot

For The Day

For MoRe iNfo CoNtaCT

[email protected]

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 RUNDLE & TERRY VOISEY

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

CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN RESERVES
BRISTOL PREMIER COMBINATION

CHIPPING SODBURY 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 Combi-
nation Division 1 they finished runners-up and were promoted to The Premier Combi-
nation. 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 Sea-
son saw the team finish in 11th place and remain in the Premier Combination, the high-
est league standing in the Reserves History.

07.09.2019 - Longwell Green Sports Res 9 Chipping Sodbury Town Res 1

28.09.2019 - GFA Senior Amateur Cup Round 1 3
3
Chipping Sodbury Town Res 5 Rockleaze Rangers Reserves 0
2
05.10.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town Res 1 Seymour United
3
12.10.2019 - Shaftesbury Crusade 2 Chipping Sodbury Town Res 3

19.10.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town Res 1 Olveston United

09.11.2019 - GFA Senior Amateur Cup Round 2

Greyfriars Athletic 6 Chipping Sodbury Town Res

23.11.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town Res 4 Totterdown United

30.11.2019 - Bristol Premier League Cup Round 2

Greyfriars Athletic Chipping Sodbury Town Res

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

CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN 4 TOTTERDOWN UNITED 3

Totterdown played their part in a great game of football. We Played some great football
at the start, keeping the ball well but just like in previous games, our opponents scored
first. Before we knew it we are 2-0 down. We got back into the game with a Dan Brown
left foot shot from just outside the area. Deservedly so we then equalised from Dan’s
towering header from a corner. Just before half time a lack of concentration cost us a third
goal and we went in 3-2 down at half time.
A few words of encouragement at half time seemed to do the trick. Midway through the
second half Totterdown had a player sent off. We took advantage and scored again, Dan
Browns hat trick completed. The winning goal ten minutes from time was from the penalty
spot converted by Luke Henderson. The ten men of Totterdown played brilliantly for the
last part of the game, with only our keeper Jak Murray (normally the third teams centre
half) pulling off a magnificent save to secure all three points. I cannot praise the players
enough for the way they played. Hopefully we can now kick on.
Les Theobald Manager.

A Superb hat-trick by Dan Brown orchestrated the Re-
serves 1st win of the season against Totterdown on Satur-
day 4—3.

OUR NEXT RESERVES MATCH
30th NOVEMBER 2019

GREYFRIARS ATHLETIC
V

CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN RESERVES

CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN
FOOTBALL CLUB

WE CURRENTLY R​ UN 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

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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.

NOVEMBER HOME GAMES AT THE RIDINGS
2nd – Chipping Sodbury Town v Cadbury Heath - 3.00pm k.o.
9th – Chipping Sodbury Town Res v Lebeq (Saturday) – 2.00pm k.o.
10th – Chipping Sodbury Ladies v Downend Flyers – 2.00pm k.o.
11th – Chipping Sodbury U18 v Slimbridge Development – 7.30pm k.o.
12th – Chipping Sodbury Town v Tavistock – 7.45pm k.o.
19th – Chipping Sodbury U18 v Longlevens U18 – 7.30pm k.o.
23rd – Chipping Sodbury Res v Totterdown Utd – 2.00pm k.o.
23rd – Chipping Sodbury ‘A’ v Totterdown Utd Res – 2.00pm k.o.
24th – Chipping Sodbury Ladies v Oldland Abbotonians – 2.00pm k.o.
30th – Chipping Sodbury Town v Hallen – 3.00pm k.o.

OUR GAMES AT THE RIDINGS. WICKWAR RD. IN CHIPPING SODBURY BS37 6GA.
[email protected] - Support Local Football

CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN U18
GLOUCESTERSHIRE YOUTH

MID-WEEK FLOODLIT DIVISION

The Under 18s came up against strong opposition in their most recent
fixtures narrowly losing both games after hard-fought encounters in which
they can count themselves unlucky.

An away fixture against Mangotsfield played on 3G at Yate Academy in the
FA Shield proved to be a difficult encounter but having trailed 3-0 the Sods
dominated the second half and pulled two goals back, only to lose out to a
last minute strike. Keane Ashwood netted twice, once from the penalty spot
and again with a fierce 25 yard free kick.

Longlevens visited Sodbury in a Monday night Gloucestershire Floodlit
League match. A toe to toe battle in a high quality first half resulted in a
goalless half time scoreline but within a minute of the restart Longlevens
broke the deadlock and took a 1-0 lead. Sodbury had narrowly missed a
golden opportunity to open the scoring before their visitors struck, but
within 2 minutes the scores were level when Callum Ball drove home from
close range following some exciting build up play. Longlevens restored their
lead adding a second and a third in the opening quarter and despite creating
numerous chances the Sods lost the game 3-1.

Mark Lloyd Assistant Manager.

OUR NEXT U18 MATCH
4th DECEMBER 2019

LYDNEY TOWN U18
V

CHIPPING SODBURY TOWN U18

12.09.2019 - Slimbridge Development U18 6 Chipping Sodbury Town U18 0

18.09.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town U18 6 Cheltenham Town U18 5

26.09.2019 - Longlevens U18 1 Chipping Sodbury Town U18 2

02.10.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town U18 2 Bishops Cleeve U18 9

10.10.2019 - Cinderford Town U18 12 Chipping Sodbury Town U18 0

20.10.2019 - Gloucestershire F.A Under 18 Shield Round 1

Chipping Sodbury Town U18 3 Bradley Stoke U17 2

23.10.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town U18 1 Evesham United U18 6

17.11.2020 - Gloucestershire F.A Under 18 Shield Round 2

Mangotsfield United U18 4 Chipping Sodbury Town U18 2

19.11.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town U18 1 Longlevens U18 3

25.11.2019 - S.Turier & Son Cup Quarter Final

Chipping Sodbury Town U18 Slimbridge Development U18

04.12.2019 - Lydney Town U18 Chipping Sodbury Town U18

09.12.2019 - Evesham United U18 Chipping Sodbury Town U18

16.12.2019 - Chipping Sodbury Town U18 Westfields Youth U18

08.01.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town U18 Cinderford Town U18

16.01.2020 - Tuffley Rovers U18 Chipping Sodbury Town U18

22.01.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town U18 Lydney Town U18

29.01.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town U18 Tuffley Rovers U18

06.02.2020 - Cheltenham Town U18 Chipping Sodbury Town U18

19.02.2020 - Chipping Sodbury Town U18 Slimbridge Development U18

26.02.2020 - Westfields Youth U18 Chipping Sodbury Town U18

05.03.2020 - Bishops Cleeve U18 Chipping Sodbury Town U18





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