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Tuesday 17th September

FA Vase

Petersfield Town19:45Sherborne Town

Les Phillips Cup

Almondsbury19:30Exmouth Town
Brislington19:30Bishop Sutton
Odd Down (BATH)19:45Lebeq United
Wincanton Town19:30Street

Premier Division

First Division

Episode 5
Tuesday 10th September 2019

On this weeks podcast Brislington manager, Lee Perks, reflects on the strong start his side has made to this seasons Premier Division campaign and Devizes Town manager, Rob Broadbank, tells us about his journey to the Devizes dugout.

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Issue #07
15th September 2019

You can read the latest copy of THE BULLETIN by following this link or you can download a copy by clicking on the link below.


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If you're interested in a few 'stats' about your team, you can check them out by CLICKING HERE


Brett CotterillWincanton Town to Wells City
Andrew HeadPortishead Town to Wells City
Liam DaviesWells City to Shepton Mallet
Emmanuel BenjaminCorsham Town to Chipping Sodbury Town
Liam JacquesBishop Sutton to Odd Down (Bath)
Josh DempseyRoman Glass St George to Oldland Abbotonians
Callum BallCadbury Heath to Bitton
Alexander HillierCorsham Town to Calne Town


The Bulletin

Issue# 07
Sunday 15th September 2019

On Tuesday evening, two goals from Jack Crago proved to be enough for Tavistock who held off a late fightback from Shepton Mallet to book their spot in the second qualifying round of the FA Cup. After the sides battling out an entertaining 3-3 draw three days previously, it was the Lambs who made a fast start against the previously unbeaten Mallet, with Jack Crago heading home after just 12 minutes. Crago had scored twice in the original tie, and he repeated that trick in the replay, doubling Tavistock’s lead ten minutes into the second half. The home side continued to battle, and when Asa White scored for the third consecutive FA Cup game there was hope, but the Devon side held out to set up a clash with Exmouth’s conquerors Highworth Town in the next round.

Latest News

Team of the Month

Team of the Month.

Director Sue Merrill presents the Premier Division Team of the Month Award for August to the Manager of Bradford Town, Wayne Thorne.

Photo courtesy of Kelvin Merrill.

Team of the Month

Team of the Month.

Director Colin Goodland presents the First Division Team of the Month Award for August to the Captain of Sherborne Town, George Mapeltoft.



President of Wells City Paul Randall presents an award to son Mark Randall to mark the achievement of 600 matches played for the club.

NLS Regulations


The FA have issued the regulations for the operation of the National League System.

You can read the regulations and download a copy BY CLICKING HERE

Les Phillips Cup

Les Phillips Cup.

The draw for the preliminary round of the Les Phillips Cup was made during the AGM last night and was as follows:
Hengrove Athletic v Bristol Telephones
Brislington v Bishop Sutton
Cadbury Heath v Tavistock
Wellington v Roman Glass St George
Oldland Abbotonians v Portishead Town
Wincanton Town v Street
Odd Down (Bath) v Lebeq United
Almondsbury v Exmouth Town
Sherborne Town v Radstock Town

Matches to be played on 17th & 18th September.

Law Changes

Law Changes.

The 133rd AGM of The International FA Board (The IFAB) in Aberdeen, Scotland on 2 March 2019 approved a number of amendments to, and clarifications of, the Laws of the Game for 2019/20. Three changes were approved following 2 years of worldwide experiments:
• The introduction of yellow and red cards for misconduct by team officials
• A player being substituted leaving the field at the nearest point on the boundary line
• At a goal kick and a free kick for the defending team in their own penalty area, the ball is in play as soon as the kick is taken (it can be played before it leaves the penalty area).

Other changes include: clearer wording for 'handball', attacking team players must be at least 1m away from a defensive ‘wall’, the goalkeeper only has to have one foot on the goal line at a penalty kick, and a new dropped ball procedure (including a dropped being awarded if the ball hits a match official and goes into the goal, team possession changes or a promising attack starts).

You can download the full document of changes BY CLICKING HERE

Grant Application Service

The Grant Application Service has been in place for three years now and in that time it has helped a number of clubs in the Western League to achieve successful grant awards totalling £500k

The Service provides advice and guidance to clubs who are looking to update their infrastructure as well as hands on management where required.

The Service can provide advice on all aspeces of grant funding, including planning, finding suppliers and completion of all necessary documents to run your project or prepare documents for the Football Association or other lottery funds.

There is no cost at the initial stage and where a more hands on approach is required in general the costs are low, as costs can be claimed back from the grant received.

Clubs we have assisted so far include Barnstaple, Gillingham, Oldland Abbotonians, Keynsham, Street, Cheddar, Plymouth Parkway.

If you would like to discuss your club's infrastructure needs and funding, please call Steve Nicholls on 07454320934 or Martin on 07754543719


Toolstation League App Now Available

The new Toolstation Legaue App for iPhone and iPad is now available to download.

Keep up to date with all the latest fixtures and results for the Toolstation Western Football League. Follow your favourite Western League club with the 'CLUB HOUSE' giving you their last result and their next fixture. Get directions to the match at the touch of a button using your devices maps app. Find information about all the Western League clubs including admission prices, kick off times and contact details and more...

Click on the image to download the our new App now!

Concussion Guidelines

Information is available on how to recognise concussion and on how concussion should be managed from the time of injury through to safe return to football. At all levels in football, if a player is suspected of having a concussion, they must be immediately removed from the pitch, whether in training or match play.

You can dowload a copy of the FA's Booklet by following this link

Armed Forces

Armed Forces.The current men and women of Her Majesty's Armed Forces are doing such an exceptional job both at home and abroad during these difficult times.

The Toolstation Western Football League is proud to offer all current serving members of HM Forces FREE ADMISSION to all League matches.

Proof of ID will be all that is required at the turnstile.


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Saturday 14 September 2019

Corsham Town vs
Romsey Town

Saturday 14 September 2019

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Tuesday 10 September 2019

Brislington vs
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