A stroke of genius at half time by Marc Richards showed just why he is one of the most talented up-and-coming managers in non-league football, as his tactical reshuffle saw his side brush Hungerford Town aside in the second half.
With his side in search of their sixth win in eight
Now that the Cheltenham Festival has come and gone our focus is fully on local football once again. With a return to league action for a lot of sides (weather permitting) there are plenty of games for you to sink your teeth into.
As mentioned, with this supposed second wave of
Longlevens are looking to the future this weekend in both the first team's trip to Bracknell Town and the U17's potential title winning fixture against Charlton Rovers.
After a complete overhaul in management through their four most senior sides Longlevens find themselves in a very healthy position as a club. Their
The big day is here. The Gold Cup day at Cheltenham. It also sees the conclusion to my betting on a budget diary. After a great day yesterday I was eager to capitalise on a week that has seen me have one bad day out of three. Can I continue
And now the end is near and so I face the final curtain. My friend, I'll say it clear. I'll state my case, of which I'm certain....today marks the fourth and final day of the Cheltenham Gold Cup Festival. For our tipsters it is one final test, one final gamble
The big day is finally upon us. It is Gold Cup day at the Cheltenham Festival. This is the climax of the week and the end to a slog of a week for our tipsters.
Yesterday was Davy Russell's day on the track but in the tipster league it was the