• Bristol Manor Farm FC

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  • Bristol Manor Farm FC

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  • Bristol Manor Farm FC

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  • Bristol Manor Farm FC

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  • Bristol Manor Farm FC

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Welcome to the official Bristol Manor Farm Website

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    Thank You!

    It's been a great season and we've had fantastic support. As a thank you our final match of the season on Saturday 26th April against Odd Down is FREE ENTRY TO ALL!

    And you are all welcome to join us after the match when we will be holding our Race Night in the function room.

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    Easter
    Matches

    The Farm sealed runners spot in the league with two 3-0 wins. On Good Friday it was the short trip to Hallen with all three goals coming in the first half. Ben Willshire opened the scoring with an impressive curling shot to beat keeper Lee Ballard. The second goal came after a six pass move ended with Pete Sheppard slotting home. The third goal was a spectacular 25 yard shot by Sheppard.

    Easter Monday and our final away match of the season took us to Hengrove Athletic. Battling against relegation, Hengrove were never going to be easy to beat. Two goals in the first half from Lloyd Mills and Jordan Metters were added to on 90 minutes with a well struck free kick by Kye Holly to wrap up the game and take all three points.

    The season comes to a close on Saturday 26th April when we host Odd Down (Bath).

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    Our Day in the Sun

    The Farm hit the national press when Justin Allen from The Sun contacted them to appear in Saturday's edition of Britain's biggest newspaper. You can read the full story by clicking here >>> Day in the Sun
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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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    Junior
    Football

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    Manor Farm 1
    Larkhall Athletic 1

    The top two teams in the league produced an exciting game of football in front of the day’s largest crowd. The game ebbed and flowed from end to end with both sides coming close to opening the scoring. The best chance falling to the home side but Jack Durrant’s second attempt went just wide. By half time neither side could break the deadlock.

    Seven minutes into the second half and the visitors were awarded a penalty after a challenge just inside the box. Nat Auckland stepped up to the take the spot kick and although keeper Ashley Clark got his fingers to it, he was unable to keep it out. The Farm threw everything forward looking for an equaliser and the pressure finally paid off in the 64th minute when from a corner Sam Payne headed home to bring the scores level. Substitutions were made on both sides but once again the match was at deadlock although The Farm had the best of the last 10 minutes. The few chances made on either side were squandered and the match ended all square.

    Click here to read Larkhall's review of the match.

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    Golf Day

    The Manor Farm Golf Day took place on Sunday 16th March at Woodspring Golf Club.

    Photos from the day can be seen by CLICKING HERE

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    Manor Farm 10
    Radstock Town 2

    A young Radstock Town side and their manager crashed headlong into a Manor Farm side in top form. But the first half hour showed none of the signs of what was to come. The Farm opened the scoring on 8 minutes through Pete Sheppard but 4 minutes later Radstock equalised, the visitors showing determination to take the game to Manor Farm. On 39 minutes Liam Farmer once again put Manor Farm in front and three minutes before half time Sheppard grabbed his second to make it 3-0 at the interval.

    Jordan Metters came on as sub at the start of the second half and got his name on the score sheet after just 3 minutes. Farmer then grabbed another on 56 minutes and completed his hat-trick on the hour mark. There seemed to be no stopping The Farm as the went looking for more goals. And on 63 minutes Metters netted his second with a spectular effort to bring the score to 7-1. Will Hailston then got his name on the scoresheet on 69 minutes to make it 8-1. Radstock got their second on 75 minutes but Manor Farm wrapped up proceedings with two further strikes. On 86 minutes Darren Hawkins finishing a goal in which most of the team played their part and on 89 minutes Metters completed his hat-trick to bring the final score to 10-2.

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April Matches

Tue 08 Apr 19:30 League Bristol Manor Farm 1 1 Bishop Sutton
Fri 18 Apr 12:00 League Hallen 0 3 Bristol Manor Farm
Mon 21 Apr 15:00 League Hengrove Athletic 0 3 Bristol Manor Farm
Sat 26 Apr 15:00 League Bristol Manor Farm Odd Down (Bath)

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