Stroud & District Football League
Stroud & District Football League


This Season's AGM is on Wednesday 23rd May, starting at 7:30pm, at Frampton Community Centre. Please aim to arrive by 7:15pm.

Attendance is mandatory, and all Clubs should be represented by an Officer of that Club. 
Trophy presentations to representatives of division winners and runners-up will be made prior to the start of the meeting, along with a number of other League awards.



Headlines & Highlights Update


Berkeley Town deteated Stroud Harriers in the Section A Final by 3-0. Berkeley took a 20th minute lead and never looked like allowing Harriers back into the game. A headed goal just before the break gave them the cushion they needed and added a third midway through the second half.



Frampton United finally lifted the highest section of the Charity Cup, the Harry Greening Trophy, with a 1-0 win over Cam Bulldogs, at Longlevens AFC. Appearing in the final for the sixth successive season, Frampton's single goal win ensures they add to their 2014-15 success over tonight's hosts Longlevens.

A small, but entertained crowd watched as Frampton dominated the opening 60 minutes, but Cam then worked themselves into the game and threw the kitchen sink in the last 10, almost snatching an equaliser. In the end though, Frampton's strong defence held out.


Taverners Res picked up the Section B Charity Cup trophy after a excellent game vs Trident at Shortwood. A good crowd of over 100 saw both teams battle in the heat with Tavs scoring in the first half, and Trident finding an equaliser midway through the second. The match went to penalties and Tavs long serving player Mark Llewellyn was the hero between the sticks as he saved twice for Tavs to win 4-3 on pens. Another £295 was raised for local charities.


03-May - the last day of the season

The last day saw drama, with a capital 'D'. The League title was on the line, Barnwood, with a single goal advantage came sprinting out of the blocks and were awarded a 2nd minute penalty against Charfield, which they scored. Less than 5 mins later the lead was doubled and it seemed that they were on the inevitable road to title victory. News then came through of a goal for Frampton Res who were playing at Stonehouse Res, both sides winning, game on. A third for Barnwood just before the break seemed to tilt things all towards Barnwood again, but the game had kicked-off 5 mins before the Frampton game and so things were not so clear cut. HT came and went with Frampton still just one up and just like AS Roma, having a 3 goal margin to make up.
All quiet at Walls though, as Charfield start to play and make a game of it. No more Barnwood goals, despite tonnes of effort, and then Frampton get a second. There's 10 mins left for Barnwood to set the target, and suddenly they make it 4-0 and lead by three again. 
Then comes 10 minutes of madness, Frampton pour forward in search of more goals and score twice in the space of 2 mins, its squeaky bum time. Two mins to go in the Barnwood game and they also go all out attack. Suddenly a roar goes up at Stonehouse as Frampton make it an incredible 0-5 scoreline and now lead on the "As it stands" table. Literally within 10 seconds, Tom Rich dances through the Charfield defence and smashes the ball into the net to swing it back in favour of Barnwood. But they cant rest, as there's still 5 mins plus stoppage time in the other game. Barnwood gamble everything and it pays off as they score an injury time goal meaning Frampton now need two more. The final whistle and Barnwood players dont know if to celebrate or not. They're told that there's two mins of normal time at Stonehouse, and this comes and goes. Into stoppage time and the wait continues, the Barnwood players huddle around the Severn Sport reporter who is linked into Stonehouse. Eight minutes have passed and the final whistle goes, and Barnwood celebrate.
The League title is Barnwood's in the most dramatic end to a season since the 2012-13 season. Congratulations go to Barnwood, commiserations go to Frampton's Reserve team.


Elsewhere, Charfield Reserve team were in action vs Chalford 3rds with the Div-5 title being on the line. And despite going two goals down, Charfield came back and swept to a 6-2 victory to pinch the title out of the hands of Stonehouse 3rds.


The Taverners Res v Upton STL Res game ended with Tavs winning 3-1 and thereby finish up as Runners-Up in Div-3. The result sees a similar dispair for Upton as last season, when they lost out on automatic promotion on the last day of the season in Div-4, as Taverners pipped them to the Runner-Up spot and also saw Ramblers take the title, a case of deja vu. This time however, Chalford Res had also joined the party but needed Tavs and Upton to draw. In the end, the table doesn't lie and Taverners Res enjoy their third successive promotion after several seasons of lean pickings. Upton end up 4th, while Tuffley 3rds, who also ended their season tonight finished in a creditible 5th place.
The other game of the evening was at Shortwood Utd FC where Tredworth Tigers Res and Rodborough OB Res battled out to win the Dennis Mason Memorial Trophy in the Charity Cup. Tredworth came into the game as obvious favourites, but Rodborough were the better team in the first 20 mins. Tredworth kicked into gear as Seb Devlin scored on 25 mins and just before halft-time, Ellis Waugh struck a second. Two further Devlin goals in the second half saw a comfortable win and gave Tredworth a Div-4 winner and Charity Cup double. A superb crowd of around 180 roared both teams on, and the evening raised £350 to be donated to local charities.


30-April & 01-May
Div-1 - Kingswood Res pulled off the Great Escape as they beat Stonehouse Res by 1-0 to elevate themselves over big rivals Wotton Rovers, and send Wotton down for a second successive season (after their drop from the GNSL at the end of last season). Kingswood managed to win 4 of their last 5 games, including a vital win over Wotton in a replayed game. 
Charfield ended the season on a strong note as they won at Kings Stanley to go level with them on points. A win or draw in their last game at title-chasing Barnwood will lift them over Kings Stanley and see them finish in 5th position.
In Div-2, Minchinhampton and Quedgeley Res finished with strong away wins. Minch won at Bush, who will possibly have played their last Stroud League match as they look to link up with Shurdington in the Cheltenham League next season. Quedgeley won 0-5 at Longford who will no doubt be hungry to stabilise in Div-3 next season.
As it looked a couple of weeks ago, the Div-3 promotion race will go down to the final game of the season. McCadam managed to play tonights game at home to Chalford Res, thereby keeping the integrity of the race going. Chalford's mission was to win by at least 4 clear goals to give them a say in the final game between Taverners Res and Upton StL Res. Chalford won by 0-8 and thereby this now means that the Tavs v USL result will have three outcomes. A Tavs win sees them up, a USL win sees them up, and a draw now suits neither team as this will now see Chalford end Runners-Up and promoted. Meanwhile,  Ramblers watch on as Champions of Div-3.

In Div-4 Barnwood Res won at Old Richians Res and end the season in 4th position. Avonvale gave promoted Kingsway a tough game, with the Gloucester-based team coming away with a single goal victory.
In Div-5, Charfield Res took another step to overhauling Stonehouse 3rds as they thrashed Kings Stanley Res by 11-1. They now need to beat Chalford 3rds on Thursday to become Div-5 Champions. Stroud Harriers Res won their 5th game in a row and go 3rd after a 2-9 demolition of Painswick.
At the bottom, Leonard Stanley couldn't get the 3 points from their clash with fellow relegation threatened Randwick Res. In the end Randwick picked up the points with a 0-2 win to ensure they avoided the drop, while Leonard Stanley end a disappointing season, joining their First team in suffering relegation.
In Div-7, Cotwold Rangers Res had already sewn up the title but had to give up a run of 12 successive wins in losing 0-1 to Tetbury 3rds.


28-April - Drama in the top of the League title clash betweeen Frampton Res and Barnwood. A tight first half saw Barnwood largely on the front foot and they thought they had scored when a thunderous shot came down off the underside of the bar only to bounce off the line and out. Frampton could have taken the lead but a point blank header was saved brilliantly. Frampton were dominent in the second half and struck the woodwork twice. Barnwood were reduced to a few set pieces and on 75 mins took advantage of some poor defending to take the lead. A frantic last 10 saw some last ditch Barnwood defending, but they held out to win the 3 points. The result leaves both teams on 49 pts, each with one game to play. Barnwood have a single goal advantage on GD, so its simple, Frampton must better Barnwood's result on Thursday eve, when Barnwood host Charfield and Frampton visit Stonehouse Res. No doubt both teams will want to keep in touch with the other's ongoing score as it happens.
At the bottom, both Kingswood Res and Wotton both lost key games, which now leaves Kingswood with a home fixture vs Stonehouse Res on Monday. Only a win will keep Kingswood up and send Wotton down.


It was also a dramatic afternoon at the top of Div-2. Rodborough had been handed their 3 pts as Bush couldn't raise a team, which meant Longlevens 3rds knew that they had to beat Sharpness Res to win the Div-2 title. Both teams strengthened their sides with permissible players and served up a high quality game. Sharpness went in at HT 2-1 up and then went 3-1 up. Levens dragged themselves back into the game and levelled it up with a few mins to go. A golden chance to win it was missed and Levens had to settle for a point and the runner-up spot to the Rodborough OB lads who were cheering on Sharpness from the sidelines.


The Div-3 top of the table fixtures saw Ramblers walkover McCadam, Taverners Res turnover Chalford Res, and UptonStL Res slip up again, this time at Thornbury Res. It leaves Ramblers as champions, with Taverners in pole position to finish runners-up. They now host Upton on Weds knowing a win will see them up, a loss will see Upton up and a draw may even bring Chalford back into the equation (so long as McCadam can muster a team following their relegation today).


Tredworth Tigers Res finished their campaign with a 21st win to go the whole season undefeated. They now turn their attentions to Weds when they compete in the Charity Cup final vs Rodborough Res.

Wickwar finish in 3rd place after their point today. Barnwood Res and Old Richians Res will compete for 4th place on Tues eve.


Charfield Res were the 4th team today to benefit from their opposition unable to raise a team, and this handed them a guaranteed runners-up spot in Div-5. They now need to win their final two home games on Tues and Thurs to steal the title away from Stonehouse 3rds who have led all season.


 In Div-6, 3rd place was still up for grabs, and Kingsway Res, bouyed by their recent Charity Cup triumph thrashed Minch Res 6-1, to take 3rd, and finish just 2 pts behind runners-up Bridgeway.


After two recent cup final heartaches, Cotswold Rangers Res finally had something to celebrate as they took the Div-7 title following an 11-1 win vs Cam Everside. Meanwhile, Tuffley 5ths had to settle for the runners-up spot whilst losing for the second Saturday in a row, this time to Cashes Green, who end the season in a strong 3rd place and hopeful of an elevation to Div-6 next season to join Cotswold and Tuffley.


  • Rodborough Old Boys - Champions of Division Two
  • Ramblers - promoted from Division Three
  • McCadam - relegated from Division Three
  • Charfield Res - promoted from Division Five
  • Cotwold Rangers Res - Champions of Division Seven


27-April - Sharpness 3rds deservedly won the Bill Bick Charity Cup held at Tetbury Town FC. Dominent in the first half they went in 1-0 up, but could have been more. Woodchester stayed in the game but conceded a penalty on 55 mins and Sharks 3rds were 2 up. They looked to have gone 3 up, only to be rule out and Woodchester then hit back to make it 2-1. It then went 3-1, and 3-2 as Woodchester battled for the equaliser. Two late Sharpness goals though secured Sharpness 3rds first ever silverware.


26-April - Charfield suffered defeat in the GFA Junior County Cup for the second successive season. Against a team that at the start of last season were a County League side, they managed to keep it tight for 25 mins but conceded two goals to go in 0-2 down. An early CCS goal in the second half made it 3, but credit to Charfield, they battled all the way to the end, and despite conceding a 4th, they scored late on, and had two guilt-edged chances before the 90th min that if taken would have made it very interesting. No doubt that CCS, who wrapped up the Chelt League title virtually months ago, will go on and win next season's GNSL Div-2 and will be competetive higher up the ladder.



First of all a plug for tomorrow's big match for Charfield FC. They make the 25 miles trip to Corinium Stadium, home of Cirencester Town FC to play the Final of the GFA Junior County Cup against Cheltenham Civil Service. Runners-Up last season (to Tetbury Town), we wish them the best of luck and hope that they can halt the Cheltenham League's clean sweep of the GFA cups that our teams contest. Kick-off is 7:30pm, and altougth there will surely be a good turn out from the Charfield area, it would be great for more local support from the Stroud League. Hopefully see you there!


25-April - Frampton Res retake the top position with an impressive win at Kings Stanley who were on a four win streak. Frampton's win sets up the big match-up on Saturday as they host Barnwood.
The scenario is, sort of clear. A Frampton win and they are League Champions, a draw and Frampton will take a 3 point advantage into both team's final game on 03-May. A Barnwood win will put them in the box seat as the teams will be level on points and Barnwood will hold a slightly better goal difference record.
Also in Div-1, Stonehouse Res beat Tetbury, but are now mathematically out of the title race after Frampton's win.

In Div-2, Minch, Cam Res and Eastcombe all secured wins to finish 3rd, 4th and 5th respectively.

Taverners Res did what they needed to do tonight with a huge 1-6 away win over Whitminster. The result concetinas the top of Div-3 with four teams separated by 3 points, with Ramblers ahead but having played a game more. Taverners have to play both Upton StL Res AND Chalford Res, so technically, every team's fate is in their own hands, except Ramblers who could do with Taverners taking points off either of their rivals. Confused? First up, on Saturday, Chalford host Taverners.
McCadam's draw with Cotswold.R tonight means that it is going to be a titanic effort required to avoid the drop now, matches against three top-half-of-the-table teams suggest they are likely to be joining Cotswold in Div-4 next season.

Charfield Res took a massive step towards promotion with a single goal win at Painswick. Both teams also meet on Saturday, when a Charfield win will confirm promotion. Chalford 3rds keep their hopeful chase going with a comfortable 5-0 win over Berkeley Res.

A special mention for two Div-7 teams not playing for promotion issues, but serving up a goal feast on another cold and wet midweek evening here in the Stroud League. Cam Everside ended up beating Rodborough 3rds by 7-4.


24-April - Barnwood took all 3 points in their derby game with Old Richians and go back to the top of the League. Frampton Res play at Kings Stanley tomorrow.
Meanwhile, at the foot of Div-1, Kingswood Res continue their Houdini act as they close the gap on local rivals Wotton following this evening's 2-3 win at Hardwicke Res. Kingswood play Stonehouse Res twice in 3 days now to attempt to overtake Wotton, who still have Hardwicke to play on Saturday.
In Div-3, all the teams at the top who played managed to win, keeping it so tight. Taverners result was the most impressive as they won 1-4 at the recently in-form Tuffley 3rds. Tuffley will point to the fact that their First and Reserve teams also played on the night, but still could have forced a win, against a Tavs team that snatched goals against the run of play.
In Div-5, Stonehouse 3rds bounced back against Rodborough Res and hit them for 8 in their final game of the season, and thereby celebrate promotion with the win. They now sit and watch to see if Charfield Res can win all four of their remaining matches to deny them the Div-5 title. Charfield need to pick up at least 6 points from the four games to guarantee promotion themselves.


In the first of the Charity Cup finals, played at Stonehouse Town, Kingsway Res beat Cotswold Res in an entertaining game that was supported by a small but enthusiastic crowd. The horrible weather couldn't dampen the two teams enthusiasm for playing neat and tidy football and a goal in each half gave Kingsway their first ever cup competition trophy.


  • Stonehouse Town 3rds - promoted from Division Five


21-April - Frampton Res go three points clear of Barnwood after a 0-4 win at Randwick, leaving both teams with 3 games to go. Midweek, Frampton go to in-form Kings Stanley, and Barnwood face local rivals Old Richians who will no doubt try to improve on their recent form to deny Barnwood a shot at the title. Stonehouse Res are not mathematically out of the title equation and won the late game at Richians.

At the bottom, Kingswood Res won their second game in 3 days and keep their hopes alive of avoiding the drop.
In Div-2, both Longlevens 3rds and Rodborough Old Boys won again, this time to secure promotion to Div-1. The attention now focuses on next Saturday to see who will secure the Div-2 title. Levens remain in pole position but face a tough trip to Sharpness Res, while Rodborough must go to Bush FC.
In Div-3, normal service is finally restored as all 4 teams in with a chance of promotion managed convincing wins. Midweek sees 4 more games involving these teams, and the results should set up a tense last Saturday and following midweek.
Div-4 was all sown up last week, but all except Kingsway were due to be in action. Tredworth Res clung onto their unbeaten run with a 2-2 draw with Barnwood Res. Hardwicke 3rds changed placed in the table with Alkerton after a 4-0 win.

Div-5 has been one of the keenest fought divisons in the League, with virtually all teams able to beat each other on their day. Today, top dogs Stonehouse 3rds lost for the second game in a row, conceding 5 in each. Rodborough were the victors today, but the two meet again on Tuesday with Stonehouse still holding a 6 point lead. Charfield Res also continue to splutter to possible promotion after a 4-0 loss to Stroud Harriers Res, who themselves retain a slim chance of a promotion spot. Chalford 3rds took advantage of the slip ups with a 7-1 demolition of Longford Res to ease back into 2nd.
Randwick Res won the first of the head to head games with Leonard Stanley Res and moved 4 points clear. The two meet in their final game at Stanley, but Randwick will hope it doesnt have to come down to this one.
In Six, its congratulations to Bridgeway who have finally secured the runners-up spot. This didnt look in doubt for the majority of the season but the weather has held up their march to successive promotions.
Minch Res won again, but so did Kingsway Res who will secure 3rd place in the divison by avoiding defeat to Minch next Saturday, assuming that Minch win midweek in a local derby with Horsely Res.

The big game in Div-7 was won by Cotswold Res who dusted themselves off after midweek's County Cup dramas to replace Tuffely 5ths at the top and secure promotion. Cotswold's experience led them to a 3-1 over the young guns of Tuffley's 5th team (plus Baylo) who now need to beat Cashes and hope that Cotswold slip to Cam Everside or Tetbury 3rds.
Cotswold Res now turn their attention to Tuesday nights Charity Cup Final, where they will pit their wits against Kingsway Res. The final, to be played at Stonehouse Town, kicks off at 6:30pm - all welcome.


  • Longlevens 3rds - promoted from Division Two
  • Rodborough Old Boys - promoted from Division Two
  • Bridgeway - promoted from Division Six
  • Cotswold Rangers Res - promoted from Division Seven

19-April - Kingswood Res managed to sneak a must win result against local rivals Wotton. In a high octane game a second half Toop toe-poke has given Kingswood an outside chance of catching their neighbours in the battle to avoid relegation. 
In Div-5, Berkeley Res also hosted local rivals in Charfield Res, who came away with the points and go second in the table. Charfield now play Stroud Harriers Res on Saturday to make it 6 games in 15 days as they play fixture catch-up. 


Cotswold Rangers Res agonisingly lost out in their County Cup Final to Cheltenham-based Prestbury Res at Slimbridge AFC. Cotswold scored first, and last, and had a golden chance to win the game in the 87th minute. With the scores tied at 2-2 after 98 mins, both teams had chances to win the penalty shoot-out. Eventually, Prestbury won it with the 22nd penalty to take the Primary cup.
Cotswold have two more bites at glory over the next week starting with a virtual Div-7 decider vs Tuffley 5ths on Saturday and a Charity Cup final on Tuesday against Kingsway Res.

18-April - Frampton Res pulled level with Barnwood after a fine 1-4 win at Hardwicke Res. Frampton's game in hand will play out on Saturday when they travel to in-form Randwick, while Barnwood have no game. Charfield and Stonehouse Res played out a 0-0 draw. There's a big game tonight at the bottom as Kingswood Res host Wotton in a replayed fixture. A good crowd is expected for the local derby and a Wotton win would send their neighbours down.
Four tight games in Div-2 tonight, Rodborough prevailed 4-3 in a tricky looking fixture vs Quedgeley Res. The result takes them level again with Longlevens 3rds, behind on goal difference. Cam Res and Trident both had single goal away wins, whilst Tibberton and Bush shared the spoils in Newent.
 In Div-3 Chalford Res go top, but a 2-2 home draw with Tetbury Res means that things stay tight at the top. All four contenders are in action on Saturday, with Upton StL's fixture looking the trickiest of them all.
Tredworth Res remain undefeated after another comfortable win. Two local derbies and a Charity Cup Final to go for the Tigers. Wickwar cemented their 3rd place with a tight win over Alkerton, gaining revenge for a similar result earlier in the season at Eastington.
In Five, Stroud Harriers managed to get their pitch repaired in time to beat Longlevens 4ths. The result keeps them interested in a top 4 finish. Longford Res picked up a credible draw at home to in-form Kings Stanley Res.
Kingsway Res strolled past Stroud United Res whilst Eastcombe Res picked up a rare away win over Sharpness 3rds.

17-April - A return to the overcast weather again and more surprise results.
Kings Stanley continue their usual late run in Div-1 with a comprehensive win at Old Richians.

Longlevens 3rds won at local rivals Longford and are 2 points away from automatic promotion, with 2 games to go.
The eratic form of teams at the top of Div-3 continues as Upton StL Res were expected to take the points at struggling Whitminster, but Whit caused a shock winning 2-0. Taverners Res bounced back from the weekend with a vital 5-0 win at home to Uley. Four teams, two promotion spots, who knows who will prevail. At the bottom, Quedgeley 3rds opened up a big gap in the fight to avoid the drop with a win at McCadam. McCadam now look likely to join Cotswold Rangers who become the latest team to be relegated.

In Div-5, Stonehouse need a single point to be promoted, despite losing 5-3 to fellow title contenders Charfield Res. Chalford 3rds inability to beat Randwick Res now sees them as outsiders in the hunt for the top two places. Randwicks point, coupled with Leonard Stanley Res losing the night before means that the two games that these two teams have to play against each other will probably decide who stays up.
Minch Res won a tight affair at Gloster Rovers and now lie level on points with Kingsway Res. Both teams will be looking to cement the next place outside automatic promotion, just in case more than two go up.
Horsley Res' loss tonight confirms their relegation from Div-6 although must be applauded for getting through the season without pulling out of a single fixture, despite pre-seasons concerns of the future of the Club and their two teams.


  • Cotswold Rangers - relegated from Division Three
  • Horsley United Res - relegated from Division Six

14-April - The biggest highlight today was the sun ... welcome back!

The top two in Div-1 met with Barnwood winning the honours and making the League title surely a two-horse race now. Frampton Res had an impressive 1-7 win at bottom of the table Kingswood Res.

All eyes will now be looking forward to a potential title decider on 28-April as Frampton host Barnwood, although both teams have a few interesting fixtures over the next two weeks.

In Div-2, Rodborough won and drew level again with Longlevens 3rds. Three games left for both teams with Levens holding the advantage on goal difference.
Longford's loss at Minch today condemned them to Div-3 football next season, their 3rd successive relegation, but there are signs that they will be much more competetive next season.

Div-3 has become incredibly tight over the past month or so, 4 teams still appear to be in with a chance of promotion, but todays 5-0 win by Ramblers over Taveners Res may have made the Nailsworth outfit the outsiders in the equation. Chalford Res and USL Res both had comfortable away wins to keep the pressure up on Ramblers. At the other end, Cotswold are now just one result away from a relegation season, in stark contrast to their Div-7 Reserve team who are one result away from being promoted and two cup finals to look forward to over the next 10 days.

Div-4 is already done and dusted, Tredworth Res secured the title win today while Kingsway have already secured the other promotion spot. At the other end, Dursley Res have joined Abbeymead Res in dropping out of the division. Tuffley 4ths battled for their second 0-0 draw in successive games, quite an unusual feat at this level of football.

Settling Div-5 may only occur in the last few days of the season. Stonehouse 3rds didnt have a game, but had a good day as Chalford 3rds and Charfield Res failed to win three points, with Charfield losing to relegation threatened Randwick Res.

Bridgeway inched to the second promotion spot in Div-6 with a walkover win due to Eastcombe Res not being able to field a team. Kingsway Res won a 10-goal thriller at Sharpness 3rds who have improved significantly over the past few months. Minch Res continue to hang onto Kingsway's coat-tails after cruising to a big win at Horsley Res.

In Div-7 Cotswold Res racked up another bumper win as they hunt down Tuffley 5ths. Two big wins in a row suddenly see them 3 points behind Tuffley with a game in hand, but now only 2 goals behind on goal difference. It's going to be a crucial 7 days for Cotswold as they play two cup finals in the next two midweeks and next Saturday they host Tuffley in a probale winner takes all for the Div-7 title.

Cashes Green still lie in wait just in case Cotswold blow up, and had a hard fought win over Cam Everside today.

  • Longford - relegated from Division Two
  • Tredworth Tigers Reserves - Champions of Division Four
  • Dursley Town Reserves - relegated from Division Four



11-April - Another big result at the top of Div-1 as Frampton Res lose at home to Charfield. 

Stonehouse 3rds open the gap at the top of Div-5

Stroud Harriers Res v Berkeley Res is abandoned due to pitch issue.

Tuffley 5ths win local derby and promotion, with Harry Kane claiming a brace.

  • Tuffley Rovers 5ths - promoted from Division Seven


10-April - Cotswold Rangers Res County Cup Final is postponed due to, yes you guessed it, a waterlogged pitch at Slimbridge. Two other League fixtures fall to waterlogged pitches.

Another impressive win in Div-1 for Randwick at Old Richians, probably ensuring their Div-1 future.
Rodborough sneak a 1-0 win over lowly Horsley, who are confirmed as relegated.

Chalford Res go second in Div-3 after a tight win over top-of-the-table Ramblers. Meanwhile, Chalford 3rds win a big game in Div-5 over title contenders Charfield Res.

Minch Res march on in Div-6 with 9th win in last 12 games to go fourth.

  • Horsley United - relegated from Division Two


Four of the Charity Cup Final dates set as below:

Tues 24-April - Kingsway Rovers Res v Cotswold Rangers Res - to be played at Stonehouse Town FC

Fri 27-April - Sharpness 3rds v Woodchester - to be played at Tetbury Town FC

Weds 2-May - Rodborough OB Res v Tredworth Tigers Res - to be played at Shortwood United FC
Sat 5-May - Taverners Res v Trident - to be played at Shortwood United FC


07-April - Big wins in Div-1 for Barnwood, Tredworth and Randwick.
Div-2 down to a 3-horse race as Minch gain some revenge for County Cup Q/F defeat.
Div-3 leadership changes hands as USL Res suffer heavy defeat. 
Kingsway Rovers clinch third successive promotion with rampant display at Abbeymead, who suffer relegation from Div-4

Stonehouse 3rds back on track with tight win at Berkeley Res, whilst Charfield Res suffer defeat at lowly Leonard Stanley Res.
North Nibley win Div-6 title following surprise loss by Bridgeway. Kingsway Res and Minch Res keep up the pressure for promotion spots.
Cotswold Res warm up for County Cup Final with win at Rodborough.
Remaining 5 Charity Cup semi-finals end up with wins for Trident, Taverners Res, Tredworth Res, Rodborough Res and Sharpness 3rds. Final dates and venues to be confirmed shortly.

  • Kingsway Rovers - promoted from Division Four
  • Abbeymead Rovers Reserves - relegated from Division Four
  • Longford Reserves - relegated from Division Five
  • North Nibley - Champions of Division Six


04-April - midweek fixtures underway with Charfield and Cam Res picking up wins

03-April - Currently, and this is always subject to further ratification, these are the automatically promoted and relegated teams:

  • Stroud United - relegated from Division One
  • Tredworth Tigers Reserves - promoted from Division Four
  • North Nibley - promoted from Division Six
  • Stroud United Reserves - relegated from Division Six















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