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    FA Cup
    Extra Preliminary Round

    The long trip to Petersfield Town for this FA Cup tie was well worth it after The Farm ran out 3-2 winners and booked a place in the next round away to Sholing on Saturday 30th August.

    The Farm started the game slowly and paid the price on four minutes when they lost the ball on the right and Ed Dryden pounced to fire the home side into an early lead. Petersfield tried to press home their advantage as Manor Farm struggled to have an impact. But as the half progressed The Farm began to take control. On 37 minutes Jordan Metters broke right. He timed his pass perfectly into the path of Harley Purnell who slotted home to bring the scores level. Four minutes later and it was the combination of Metters and Purnell again which saw Manor Farm take the lead and for Purnell to hit his second.

    The second half began with both sides challenging for every ball which led to a spate of yellow cards. Just after the hour mark the calls for a penalty from Manor Farm were turned down. On 72 minutes the home side levelled the match with a well taken strike by Jason Silver. Into the final quarter of an hour of the match and it looked to be heading towards a replay. On 83 minutes Manor Farm once again claimed a penalty which was once again rejected. As the game went into time added on it was a superb solo effort which finally won the game for The Farm. Ryan Radford skipped over a defender on the edge of the box, he stumbled, regained his balance and fired past the stranded keeper into the far right of the net.

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    Manor Farm 3
    Gillingham 1

    A well contested match between these two teams who finished second and third last season. It took only four minutes for the home side to take the lead. Will Hailston knocked the ball across the box for a tap-in by George Brimson. Manor Farm had several chances to increase their lead but it was the visitors who scored on 26 minutes. With two defenders caught square Taufik Ben-Salem rounded them and fired past the diving keeper to bring the game level. The goal inspired Gillingham and the home side found themselves on the back foot for most of the remainder of the first half. Manor Farm began the second half much better but once again their chances went begging. On 76 minutes Hailston crossed the ball to Kane Ingram who knocked it into the path of Jordan Metters for him to double the home side’s lead. A minute later and Brimson scored only for him to see it ruled offside. With just under ten minutes to go Lloyd Mills scored Manor Farm’s third to wrap up the game.
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    250 Club
    August Winners

    The draw was made on Saturday 30th August and the winners were:
    • 1st Prize - 223 - Terry Mains
    • 2nd Prize - 240 - Joe Hayward
    • 3rd Prize - 174 - Jason Tarr
    • 4th Prize - 198 - Karen Watson
    The next draw will take place on Saturday 27th September. Good luck!
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    Junior
    Football

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    Manor Farm 1
    Bitton 0

    It was an exceptional goal by George Brimson that was the difference between the two teams. Just after the quarter of an hour mark and Brimson lobbed a packed penalty box. As everyone including the keeper looked skywards, the ball floated over and ended up in the back of the net.

    Bitton had more than enough chances not only to level the match but to take the lead before half time. But their shooting let them down as they blasted over the bar and either side of the posts.

    The Farm began the second half much better and nearly increased their lead when Jordan Metters shot hit the underside of the bar but bounced down on the wrong side of the goal line. Bitton once again had their chances but were unable to convert their good build up play into goals.

    Many no doubt would agree that a draw would have been a fair result. But converting chances into goals was the difference in this 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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September Matches

Sat 06 Sep 15:00 League Bristol Manor Farm 3 1 Gillingham Town
Tue 09 Sep 19:30 League Street 2 2 Bristol Manor Farm
Sat 20 Sep 15:00 League Bristol Manor Farm Slimbridge
Wed 24 Sep 19:30 League Sherborne Town Bristol Manor Farm
Sat 27 Sep 15:00 League Bristol Manor Farm Bradford Town

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