Goalless turn of year signals Millbrook improvement

Millbrook AFC LogoTwo goalless games don’t sound very festive or much fun – but Millbrook manager Macca Brown was relatively happy with 0-0 Western League Premier draws at home to Torpoint and away to Wellington over the holiday period.

Brown recognises the value in being able to keep a clean sheet or two. After all, all successful teams are built from the back and if you don’t concede, you’ll find you don’t lose many games.


FA VASE Super South West six through to last 32

Isuzu FaVaselogoSix South West football teams are through to the last 32 of the FA Vase.

Western League premier sides Bridgwater Town, Buckland Athletic and Clevedon Town are joined in today’s fourth round draw by Corsham Town, Hartpury University and Brixham AFC. 


NON LEAGUE MATTERS Regional FA Vase first round 2022


Jersey Bulls vs Bearsted

Kennington vs Blackfield & Langley

Rayners Lane vs Cowes Sports


IVYBRIDGE TOWN Stewart excited by testing pre-season

Ivys 600x600IVYBRIDGE Town have lined up a series of interesting pre-season friendlies next month in preparation for the new season in the East Division of the South West Peninsula League which is scheduled to start on Saturday, August 6.

The fixtures include matches against Western League Premier clubs Millbrook, Saltash United and Torpoint Athletic in addition to the annual clashes with Wendron from the West Division of the SW Peninsula League for the Leon Sargent Challenge Cup.


TOUCHLINE TUESDAY Only 4 non-league games beat rain

Cheltenham Saracens FC waterlogged
The storms haven’t even started and yet tonight’s touchline Tuesday regional non-League football fixtures list was decimated by torrential downpours.

Of a possible 24 south west non-league fixtures only four survived the pre-storm wet and windy weather… which doesn’t bode well for weekend football fans.


FA VASE Joy for Hammers! Badgers & Bucks so close...

buildbase fa vase logoWessex Premier high fliers Hamworthy United will have home advantage in FA Vase quarter finals following a 3-1 home fifth round win over Tunbridge Wells.

Tim Sills' Poole-based Hammers won through to the last eight thanks to a Bailey Rowe hat-trick and a Shane Murphy penalty save in front of 661 at the County Ground.


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