This weekend sees us pressing on towards March and the final 10 games or so of the Gloucestershire Northern Senior League and it is all systems go at both ends of the tables. After last week's fiasco at Sharpness, something which we are awaiting for the outcome of, we have new
Brimscombe & Thrupp manager Sam Prior has praised his side after their comeback victory against local rivals Tuffley Rovers on Tuesday night and in particular singled out match winner James Campbell. The striker, who arrived from fellow Hellenic Premier side Longlevens, scored twice at The Meadow as Brimscombe edged Tuffley 2-1.
Jacob Waddington broke the deadlock and put in a faultless performance to inspire his Slimbridge U18s side to a 4-0 win at rivals Tuffley Rovers, keeping the Young Swans' title bid in tact. The hosts began the game well, with midfielders Tom Connor and Jai Underwood having efforts saved by Slimbridge
This weekend saw the best and unfortunately saw the worst in the Gloucestershire Northern Senior League and unfortunately there is only one place to start in our round up. For the second week in a row Sharpness saw their fixture abandoned. Last week their game against Leonard Stanley was ended early