Sat 15th December
Evo-Stik South Div 1 South
Yate Town
3:00 PM
Sun 16th December
County Youth Cup
Rodborough Hawkes U18
Slimbridge (U18)
2:00 PM
Sat 22nd December
Evo-Stik South Div 1 South
Mangotsfield United
3:00 PM
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Slimbridge 5-1 Merthyr Town
Thursday 11th October
Slimbridge progress in league cup with five star performance.

Slimbridge progressed through to the second round of the City Security Services Ltd League Challenge Cup against a strong Merthyr Town side.  A brace from Jamie Martin and Yeshaya Lomotey along with a solo effort from Max Harper-Emerson settled the tie with Ryan Prosserís 30 yard strike a consolation for the visitors.  The Swans also gave debuts to Under 18ís full back Jaden Maddock and new signing Josh Beadle in an entertaining game where the score line didnít really reflect the balance of the game.

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Southern Premier side Merthyr Town started the game at a fast pace with full back Joe Hunt firing at Swans 17 year old keeper Lewis Adams after a good run down the left.  Slimbridge responded with some intricate passing play resulting in Will Hawes cross from the left being cut out in the box.

With just less than ten minutes gone Jamie Martin broke through the visitorís defence squaring to Joe Wilton whose initial shot was blocked and blocked again from Hawes follow up.  Almost immediately at the other end Ian Traylors shot sailed wide under pressure from Swans centre half Christien Turner.

Hunt then managed to get on the end of another good ball his shot was initially blocked by Turner and Prossers follow up forcing a save from Adams.  Traylor then broke the offside trap with 15 minutes gone but Adams did well to save with his feet.  Three minutes later a short corner from Merthyr to Cole Jarvis caught the home side off guard, Jarvis shot turned round the post by Adams in the home goal.

The hosts opened the scoring on 25 minutes, Josh Beadle making his debut for the Swans fed the ball through to Lomotey his initial shot was blocked by the Merthyr defence but he managed to recover the ball from the rebound laying it off to Martin who slotted the ball past two defenders and home keeper Lewis Webb to score his second of the week.

From the kick off, Traylor miss-hit shot went wide and soon after Jay Bowen fired over from 15 yards as the game now flowed back and forth with a number of neat passing moves from both sides.  With ten minutes of the half remaining Huntís cross from the left found Traylor in space but his shot was too high to trouble the home goal.

With five minutes of the first half remaining Harper-Emerson threaded the ball from the heart of the defence to Hawes, whose pass found Lomotey with his back to goal turned a defender and shot past the stranded Webb to double the home sides lead. 

Jayden Maddock having a great first game at full back did well to block Hunts cross who had made a number of chances for the visitors down the left.  As the half drew to a close, Lomotey headed wide from 2 yards and Joe Wilton managed to hit his shot wide from 20 yards as the Swans continued to press for more goals.

Early in the second half a mistake from Harper-Emerson was pounced on by the visiting full back Lee Price whose shot forced a decent save from Adams who look assured in the Swans goal.  Traylorís shot from a 20 yard free kick fell inches wide of the Slimbridge goal after a foul from Wilton.

A ball over the top from Wilton found Harper-Emerson on the left, where he went on a 20 yard solo run passing two defenders and squeezed the ball inside the near post putting Slimbridge into a three goal lead after 57 minutes.

Two minutes later Adams pulled off another save to deny Traylor yet again, before captain for the evening Korey Pring was called into action blocking a dangerous cross into the box to concede the corner.  Adams was on hand to pluck the ball out of the air safely from the resultant corner.

With an hour of play gone, Slimbridge introduced substitutes Ewen Dunbar and Finlay Byrnes into the game.  After some good work by Dunbar on the right Martin blasted an effort wide from 10 yards.

The fourth goal of the game came on 72 minutes, Lomotey having his best game in the Swans colours played a pinpoint through ball to Dunbar on the left from the halfway line.  Dunbar beat a defender and then keeper Webb at the near post before squaring across the goal line for Martin to tap home.

Merthyr got the consolation goal that their efforts deserved, Prosser collecting the ball just outside the left hand corner of the Slimbridge box launching a delicate chip over the advancing Adams.  

Dunbar then hit the post with two minutes left of normal time before he played a delicate through ball to Lomotey who tucked the ball away under the advancing Webb to round off a great night for the Swans.

Cup action continues this weekend as Slimbridge host fellow Evo-Stick League South Division One South rivals Melksham Town in the Buildbase FA Trophy Preliminary Round with a 3pm kick off.

Slimbridge: Adams, Maddock, Harper-Emerson, Pring ©, C Turner, Beadle (68 Byrnes), Smith, Hawes, Martin (72 Hands), Lomotey, Wilton (60 Dunbar)

Attendance: 72

Supporters man of the match: Yeshaya Lomotey

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Monday 8th October
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Paulton Rovers 2-1 Slimbridge
Sunday 7th October
Swans downed in Somerset despite late onslaught and heroics from debutante keeper.

With regular goalkeeper Eric Edge not fit, the Swans handed a senior debut to Under 18ís keeper Lewis Adams who had an outstanding game between the sticks.

The visitors started the game brightly kicking down the slope, Dan King getting a clear run on goal but Paulton keeper Rob Brown got to the ball first and cleared the danger.  Captain Dean Turner tried his luck from 30yards but his effort sailed wide.  With 15 minutes gone Ewen Dubarís close range shot was blocked by the home defence conceding a corner to the Swans.  Christien Turner got his head to the corner kick but his effort was just wide of the far post.

A move from the back starting from Adams throw out, found Dunbar in space but his shot was straight at Brown who gathered easily.  Edji Mbunga won a free kick on the edge of the box after a mazy run across field; his kick unfortunately was too high to trouble the home side.

The home side having soaked up the Swans early pressure took the lead on 25 minutes, Ryan Gay tucking the ball away into the bottom right hand corner from 15 yards out after the visiting defence failed to clear.

On the half hour Joe Noakes fired a dangerous cross into the box towards the on rushing Dunbar but he was just not fast enough to get his head to the ball and it sailed out for a home throw in.  At the other end Adams was called into action punching clear a Paulton corner and then scrambling the ball off the goal line from Treyvond Andersons header.  A few moments later Korey Pring miss-kicked a clearance from a home free kick and to his relief only conceded a corner.

The home side at this point were camped in the Swans half not allowing them to get control of the ball.  Anderson was again unlucky not to double the lead firing wide from 5 yards out in a crowded box after a long throw-in from the right.

With 5 minutes of the half remaining Adams was on hand to save Aysa Corricks shot and a few moments later called into action again Gay on the right squared the ball to Joe Hilliard whos hesitation and weak shot allowed Adams to scramble back and make the save.

Just as the half was ending Christien Turner got his head to the ball from a corner again going wide after Mbunga had forced the corner from a fierce shot blocked by the home defence.

The second half started well with Yeshya Lomotey getting a shot on goal but Brown was on hand to stop the effort.  At the other end the Swans conceded a soft second goal on 50 minutes, after failing to clear the ball from the box Gayís shot on the left squeezed just inside the near post with Adams view blocked by Noakes as he tried to charge down the the shot.

Eight minutes later it could have been three, Pring pulled off a last gasp tackle just inside the box on lively substitute Ben Withey as he was through on goal.  A double substitution on the hour by manager Lee Driver-Dickerson aimed to spark Slimbridge back into life introducing Jamie Martin up from and Ben Hands into the middle.

Initially Paulton still remained on top with Jay Malpas firing over from 25 yards and a few moments later Gay in search of his hatrick forced Adams into a great save tipping the ball past his left hand post.  

However on 65 minutes the substitution paid dividends, Hands cross field ball from right to left found Martin on the edge of the box.  Martin jinxed past the keeper and a home defender who appeared to get in each otherís way firing into an empty net from a narrow angle.

Now the Swans pushed forward in search of the equaliser, Max Harper-Emerson cross into the box just evaded Dunbar.  With 10 minutes remaining Noakes was forced into a clearance over his own bar from Witheyís throw in.

A couple of minutes later Mbunga headed wide from another Harper-Emerson teasing cross, as the visitors pushed forward they looked vulnerable at the back Noakes making a last gasp challenge on Withey.

As the game entered into injury time, Adams launched a cross into the box from the halfway line but Brown was there to take the catch under pressure from the visiting players camped in the box.  With the Swans pushed high up the field Malpas stuck the post from distance with Adams beaten soon followed by Corrickís shot from close range forcing Adams into a save.

At the death Slimbridge still didnít give up, Pring hitting the side netting from Adams long kick and then Pring again with a chance getting on the end of a throw in from the right but his shot went wide from 10yards out just before the final whistle ended the game.  Unfortunately this time the Swans failing to gain a last gasp goal as they have done several times already this season.

Another busy week beckons with Merthyr Town the visitors to Thornhill Park on Wednesday evening at 7:45pm in a rearrange City Security Services Limited League Challenge Cup tie followed by the Buildbase FA Trophy Preliminary Round game at home to Melksham Town on Saturday with a 3pm kick-off.

Slimbridge: Adams, Noakes, Harper-Emerson, Pring, C Turner, Smith (Hands 60), D Turner, Lomotey (Hawes 77), Dunbar, King (Martin 60) , Mbunga

Atendance: 145

Supporters man of the match: Lewis Adams

Winchester City 3-3 Slimbridge AET - Slimbridge win 6-5 on penalties
Wednesday 3rd October
In what can only be described as a pulsating night of football in Hampshire, Slimbridge edged through to the next round of the FA Trophy by beating Winchester City on penalties after coming from behind on three occasions to force extra time and a penalty shoot out.

Travelling without defensive duo Luke Payne and Korey Pring, manager Lee Driver-Dickerson brought in Nick Pulman and the returning Christien Turner to the starting line up.

The home side went in front on 5 minutes, Jamie Baron firing home from 15 yards but ten minutes later the Swans were level when Yeshaya Lomotey did well to beat two defenders and fire low past the home keeper.

Tyrell Mitford put Winchester back in front on the half hour and that's how it stayed until seven minutes from full time when Ewen Dunbar rifled home a terrific curling shot from 25 yards which went into the top corner to force extra time.

With both sides committed to full out attacking football it made for a great spectacle for both sets of supporters and when Joe Noakes was adjudged to have felled Barron in the box it looked as if the home side would go through as Mitford fired home the spot kick.

The Swans, to their credit never gave up and with just 3 minutes left on the referees watch, Liam Smith drove a delightful 20 yard cross into the box and Ewen Dunbar dived at full stretch to head in a spectacular equaliser once again to send the delirious Swans supporters wild.

The penalty shoot out was a very tense affair and after both sides had taken 6 each it went into sudden death.

Eric Edge made a great save to deny the home side's taker so it was all up to Noakes to send the Swans through and he held his nerve well to fire confidently home and earn Slimbridge the £2000 prize pot and a home tie versus Melksham Town on Sat 13th Oct, 3pm k.o.

Slimbridge now travel to Paulton Rovers for a re arranged league match on Saturday, 3pm and then they entertain Merthyr Town at Thornhill Park on Wednesday evening in the Southern League Cup.

Supporters man of the match :Ewen Dunbar.

Winchester City- Coach Travel
Sunday 30th September
We will be running a coach to the Winchester City game on Tuesday night for the Buildbase FA Trophy replay, it will leave Thornhill Park at 4pm at a cost of £10 per seat.  All supporters are welcome, contact Colin Gay for details.

Slimbridge 2-2 Winchester City
Sunday 30th September
Harper-Emersonís habit of injury time goals secures last gasp replay for the Swans against a hard working Winchester side.

A fast start from the home side allowed young Adam Bloomfield to get a strike away from 15 yards after cutting in from the right but was too high to trouble the visitors goal. Winchester soon had their first chance a long throw from Joe Hayward on the left was narrowly fired wide by Tyrell Mitford.

A good team move from the back saw the Swans striker Edji Mbunga beat two visiting defenders but his shot sailed high a wide. However a few minutes later Slimbridge opened the scoring, on 13 minutes Dan King threading a ball from the right to Yeshaya Lomotey whose first time shot from 20 yards flew into the bottom right corner of the net with the Winchester keeper Ryan Pryce left watching.

A minute later visiting keeper Pryce went down with an injury and after a spell of treatment was able to continue.  Swans captain Dean Turner tried to capitalise on Pryceís immobility a few minutes later but his chip shot went wide.

Winchester equaliser came on 27 minutes Reece Rusher cross finding the head of Tyrell Mitford who tucked the ball away unopposed.  As the momentum switched to the visitors they took the lead seven minutes later Jamie Barronís shot was tipped onto the post by Swans keeper Eric Edge and crossed the line despite an attempted clearance from the home defence.  

As the half came to a close a neat passing move involving Lomotey, Mbunga, Ben Hands and Luke Payne resulted in a poor cross shot from Payne going high and wide.

Slimbridge dominated most of the second half, Dean Turner putting the ball in the net on 57 minutes after a good spell of play from Mbunga and Hands but was adjudged to be offside.  A few moments later Turner this time sprung the offside trap and in a one on one showdown with Pryce forced the keeper into a point blank save.  Pryce the busier of the two keepers confidently stopped Max Harper-Emersonís close range shot as Slimbridge started to pile pressure on the visitors in search of an equalising goal.

That goal almost came on 70 minutes, Turnerís chip to the far post towards substitute Liam Smith was just too high for the midfielder to get his head to.  Smith then tried a shot of his own from 20yards but this was way too high.

Ewen Dunbar was introduced into the game with just over 10 minutes remaining and his link up play with Hands resulting in Harper-Emerson now playing upfront blazing over.   A last throw of the dice substitution from Swans manager Lee Driver-Dickersen sending on Christien Turner upfront for Payne with two minutes of normal time remaining was a master stroke.

With seconds left of the game Edge launched the ball up field to sub Christien Turner his header fell to Max Harper-Emerson whose deflected shot evaded the diving Pryce sailing into the net of the right hand post to earn the Swans a replay on Tuesday night.

Both sides do battle again down at Winchester on Tuesday evening in a replay with a 7:45pm kick off, a coach will be running to this game leaving Thornhill Park at 4pm, costing £10 per person contact secretary Colin Gay for details.  Also on Tuesday evening the Under 18 squad travel to Torquay United in the FA Youth Cup as they continue to preserve their 100% start to the season.

Slimbridge: Edge, Payne (88 C Turner), Harper-Emerson, Pring, Noakes, Hands, D Turner, Lomotey (78í Dunbar), Bloomfield (62í Smith), King, Mbunga
Attendance: 85
Supporters Man of the match: Joe Noakes

Re-arranged Fixture
Saturday 29th September
Our fixture away to Cirencester Town that was originally scheduled for Saturday 6th October has been rearranged to take place on Tue 6th Novemeber with a 7:45pm kick off.

Fixture Change
Tuesday 25th September
Due to Cirencester making progress in the FA Cup, our game on October 6th has been cancelled.  Instead we will travel to Paulton Rovers in a re-arranged fixture.