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Monday 22nd April 2019


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First Team Sub

Apr 25, 2019, 8:58 PM

Posts: 1017
Location: Ipswich.The Capital Town of Suffolk.
Team(s): Ipswich Town FC since April 11th 1966.Groundhopping since January 28th 1989

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Season ticket duty at Portman Rd. KO 3.00pm.

Sky Bet Championship.



Home. ~~~~~~~~~~~

Away. W Routledge (57)

Admission by season ticket. Programme 3. Attendance 17,247. Away Fans 557.

GAMES THIS SEASON 2019/20. (13)
GAMES SINCE LAST 0-0. Three Bridges v Ramsgate. 12/10/19. (2) BEST RUN OF NOT SEEING A 0-0. (61)
LEAGUES COMPLETED. Championship. League 1. Isthmian League North. ECL Premier Division. SCEFL Premier Division.
FOOTBALL SEEN IN:Bulgaria,Czech Republic,England,France,Greece,Guensey,Holland,Scotland,Switzerland,Turkey & Wales.

First Team Star

Apr 26, 2019, 10:06 AM

Posts: 2551
Location: Kent

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Monday 22nd April 2019 @3pm
National League South
Princes Park
Admission: 14
Programme: 2.50
Attendance: 1,325

Junior Team Regular

Apr 26, 2019, 10:25 AM

Posts: 43
Location: Barking, London
Team(s): Thornbury Town, Bristol City

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15:00 ~ Western League Premier Division {step 5}
Chipping Sodbury Town 2 Hengrove Athletic 0
Admission: 6, programmes online only, Att: 92 (official)

A comfortable victory for the mid table home side against their second from bottom visitors, who battled gamely, but lacked any real quality. Both goals were headers from set pieces, a free kick in the first half, and a corner in the second. The ground is part of a large sports complex which also hosts the town's rugby and cricket pitches. All the spectator facilities are on the side by the entrance - two small seated stands, a covered standing area, clubhouse, burger van and the dressing rooms. The side opposite and the goal away to the right have hard standing, while the goal to the left is inaccessible. With only a wire mesh fence surrounding the ground, several spectators chose to save the admission fee and watch from outside the perimeter.

18:00 ~ Hellenic League Division One West {step 6}
Thornbury Town 2 Newent Town 2
Admission: 5, including programme, Att: 295 (official)

The last game of the Hellenic hop. A good welcome from the home officials, plenty of programmes and plenty of refreshment options for the hungry hoppers. I suspect some of the later arrivals may have struggled with parking, but there is probably sufficient space for the crowds Thornbury normally attract.
2nd v 9th (of 12) at the start of play, but the visitors scored twice in the first half, though these were pretty much their only two attacks. Thornbury dominated possession, but failed to trouble the keeper. 0-2 at half time. An early goal in the second half gave the hosts a lift, but despite dominating possession again, a mixture of poor finishing, and desperate defending kept the visitor's slender lead until pretty much the final kick. Quite where the referee found 8 minutes of stoppage time from, I have no idea, but after a goalmouth scramble following a corner, number 11 scrambled in an equaliser. The final whistle blew almost immediately after.
Similar set up to Chipping Sodbury's ground, in that the area behind one goal is out of bounds to paying spectators, but non-paying spectators can watch from behind the wire mesh fence should they wish. The stand is in a slightly odd location in the corner of the ground, so standing spectators need to vacate a larger than usual area to maintain sightlines.

Also at these two games, along with 'Yorkshire Dales'. We took the advice of Thornbury's twitter account and parked in the Rock Street (free) car park - which was only a five minute walk away.

Thank you for heeding our advice! Luckily most did, so we didn't have too many cars blocking the country lanes on the approach to the ground.

It is one of the many small problems with our ground now playing at a higher level. We wanted to let cars park on the grass next to the car park, but the council wouldn't let us.

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