SWPL WEST Three teams now under new management

Sticker vs LiskeardSecond Half of KEVIN MARRIOTT's superb South West Peninsula Premier West season-so-far summary... 

The first burst of the season might have lasted only nine weeks but three of the 20 clubs in Premier West have already experienced managerial changes.

Bottom of the table Godolphin Atlantic had hoped the arrival of Andy Savage would turn the club’s fortunes around for the new campaign but after a challenging start, he felt he could not take the G forward.


WESTERN LEAGUE teams on twitter

Western Leaguelogo#WesternLeague @TSWesternLeague 


Bitton AFC @BittonAFC

Bridgwater Town FC @OfficialBTFC84

Buckland Athletic FC @OfficalBAFC


SWPL WEST Most exciting title race for seasons?

st blazey helston KJMAfter an enforced five-month break due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the South West Peninsula League burst back into action with what turned out to be nine weeks of goals and thrills. 

By the time the second lockdown came on November 5, there had been 120 games played in Premier West and 576 goals at an average of 4.8 goals per game.


SOUTHERN LEAGUE South teams on twitter

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Beaconsfield Town @BeaconsfieldFC

Blackfield & Langley @bandlfc

Chesham United @CheshamUtdFC

Dorchester Town @DorchTownFC


FA VASE 2R draw featuring regional teams

Buildbase VASE52 Plymouth Parkway vs Newton Abbot Spurs
53 Christchurch vs Cribbs
54 United Services Portsmouth vs Brockenhurst or Street
55 Millbrook or Sherborne Town vs Bashley
56 Bradford Town vs Brimscombe & Thrupp
57 Wells City vs Buckland Athletic
58 New Milton Town vs Longlevens
59 Helston Athletic vs Fareham Town or Roman Glass St George
60 Bridgwater Town vs Royal Wootton Bassett Town
61 Clapton vs Hamworthy United
62 Tavistock vs Cheddar or Ashton & Backwell United
63 Falmouth Town vs Bishop’s Cleeve
64 Clevedon Town vs Bitton

* round date & first round postponement dates still to TBC 

NON-LEAGUE National League season kicks off

Vanarama NL logoThe new National League season is finally set to kick off - three weeks after the Football League.

Like the leagues above it in the English football pyramid, the National League is not - yet - able to permit fans into grounds.


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