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    Longlevens 0
    Manor Farm 3

    Home side Longlevens style of play better suited the less than ideal playing conditions of a bobbly pitch and high wind. With the strong wind at their backs in the first half they played long balls over the defence into the channels which time and again caught out the Manor Farm defence. But it was the visitors who took the lead on 23 minutes. Will Hailston hesitated and checked for offside as he was put through and then raced forward and coolly slotted the ball past the diving Ollie Hall. Longlevens nearly equalised two minutes later. Shaun O'Connor's shot was just cleared off the line and from the resulting corner Dave Merrick rattled the crossbar from the edge of the box. At half time the game was far from over. The second half bore all the hallmarks of the first even so far as Manor Farm’s second goal. Just after the hour mark and Hailston was again put clear beating the offside trap. As he raced into the box keeper Hall brought him down. The referee pointed to the spot and showed Hall a red card. Jack Durrant converted the spot kick to double the visitors lead. Having lost their keeper and reduced to ten men, Longlevens continued to battle to stay in this match but with two minutes to go Ryan Radford wrapped it up when he scored the goal of the match as he lobbed the ball over the keeper from an impossible angle on the right.
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    Charity
    Match

    A special young man will be welcomed to Bristol Manor Farm on Sunday 8th February when we are pleased to host a charity match for OSKAR PYCROFT. His family are trying to raise £50,000 to take him to the USA for treatment to enable him to walk. He will be attending as he was at the Bristol Rovers game on New Year’s Day when they did a bucket collection for him even though he is a Bristol City supporter! The Gas took him to their hearts and were very generous and we hope we can raise a good sum towards what's needed for his treatment. We believe Scott Murray, Louis Carey and Steve Phillips will play for one of the two teams in involved in this game so please come along and support this cause. Admission on the day is £3 and £1.

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    Free
    Admission

    The current men and women of Her Majesty’s Armed Forces are doing such an exceptional job both at home and abroad during these difficult times.

    The Toolstation Western Football League is proud to offer all current serving members of HM Forces FREE ADMISSION to all League matches. Proof of ID will be all that is required at the pay box.

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    250 Club
    January Winners

    The draw was made on Saturday 31st January and the winners were:
    • 1st Prize - 141 - Dan Sarkozi
    • 2nd Prize - 109 - Angela Barnes
    • 3rd Prize - 145 - Dickie Armour
    • 4th Prize - 17 - Wayne Locke
    The next draw will be made on Saturday 28th February 2015. Good luck!
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    Junior
    Football

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    Manor Farm 1
    Winterbourne 1

    A fast improving Winterbourne United under new manager Andy Mathias were the visitors at Manor Farm. The home side made the most of their home advantage from the start but found the route to goal a tough one. Winterbourne were pegged back in the opening spell breaking out of defence to mount few challenges. But just before half time Winterbourne's Rob Sivers hit a curling shot into the top corner of the net to take the lead. The second half saw open and expansive play from both sides. The end to end football a treat for the spectators. Manor Farm kept up the pressure and when Pete Sheppard was brought down inside the penalty area on 65 minutes the referee pointed straight to the spot. Jack Durrant slotted the ball home past Matt Plant to bring the scores level. With ten minutes to go Winterbourne nearly secured a winner but keeper Ashley Clark tipped the ball over. Five minutes later and Pete Sheppard sliced the ball through to Jordan Metters but his shot just went out past the post. On 90 minutes Sheppard fired a ball goal bound but Plant managed to get his fingers to it and just tipped it over the bar. The draw took Manor Farm back to the top of the table and those watching would no doubt consider the result a fair one.
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    Junior Match

    Our juniors played a friendly match against Chew Valley on Sunday 28th September.

    Click here to view pictures of the match

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    Photo's from the past
    fifty years

    During our Fifty Year's celebration, there was a slide show of some of the old photos. Since then we have received several requests for copies of these. You can now download all the photos by clicking the link below.

    This is a zip file and you will need a small programme to extract them, but most computers come with this.

    Click here to download >> Old Photos

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February Matches

Sat 07 Feb 15:00 Les Phillips Cup Cadbury Heath Bristol Manor Farm
Tue 10 Feb 19:30 League Slimbridge Bristol Manor Farm
Sat 14 Feb 15:00 League Bristol Manor Farm Longwell Green Sports
Sat 21 Feb 12:00 League Gillingham Town Bristol Manor Farm
Sat 28 Feb 15:00 League Bristol Manor Farm Odd Down (Bath)

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