NON-LEAGUE PREVIEW Keep an eye on Bath and Torquay

Vanarama National League logoIt’s that time of the week again when we select six stand-out non-League games featuring teams from the region, home or away.

The first games to catch our collective eye are top of the table National League South matches and pretty easily identified as two games to lookout for as they feature sides in the promotion mix.


FA CUP Weston vs Bath ensures South West progress

FA Cup logoSix of today’s 32 FA Cup fourth qualifying round ties feature teams from the South West.

The standout all-South West tie pits National League South basement side Weston-super-Mare AFC against fifth placed Bath City FC at the Woodspring Stadium ensuring one side from the region will be in the first round draw on Monday (1900).


SOUTHERN PREMIER Weymouth to fore, Taunton soar

Evo-Stik Southern League logoWeymouth’s 2-1 turnaround Tuesday win at Tiverton sent Mark Molesley’s Terras four points clear at the Southern Premier South summit.

Brandon Goodship’s last minute goal secured Weymouth’s seventh league win of the season and sealed their second half comeback at Ladysmead, after Michael Landricombe (22’) had headed Tivvy ahead.


FA VASE 2R draw featuring #SWfootball sides

Buildbase FA Vase logo courtesy & copyright the Football AssociationNext month's FA Vase second round proper features 128 top non-League clubs in 64 ties across the country.

That number includes 23 clubs entering the Vase after being exempt from the first two rounds.



Non-League Day 13.10.18 logo Non-League Day was an initiative launched by Queens Park Rangers fan James Doe after watching his side play at Tavistock AFC in a pre-season friendly in 2010.

Now in its ninth season Non-League Day aims to promote all that is great about “real football” and real football fans at the grassroots level of the game, where volunteers play as big a part as a team’s top scorers.



vanarama national league logo Gloucester City have appointed popular former Exeter City and Torquay United central defender Chris Todd as their new manager.

Swansea-born Todd, 37, will officially take charge of the Tigers on an 18-month contract following Saturday’s game at National League South leaders Billericay Town.


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