This Saturday, Bristol Manor Farm will be looking to climb back into the play-off positions with a victory over Cinderford Town. Kicking-off at 3pm, here is all the match preview, ticket and travel information ahead of #Matchday 20.
Speaking to Official BMF TV after the Sholing defeat, Manager Lee Lashenko stated that “he couldn’t have been more proud of his player’s performance” despite leaving Hampshire empty handed. This weekend’s action sees Manor Farm face an entirely different animal in the form of Cinderford. In contrast to Sholing, the Foresters currently sit in 18th position with just two victories to their name. Our visitors endured a managerial departure in October, with the club mutually parting ways with Steve Cleal – paving the way for Alex Sykes to take the helm.
As for the Farm, a victory on Saturday could see Lashenko’s side nudge further up the table and into the play-offs which ‘must be the goal this season’.
“I couldn’t have been more impressed with the performance levels on Saturday. We left last week feeling disappointed, but we’re showing teams that we’re a good side. Teams will share the points this season, but there’s plenty of matches left for us to be in contention with the play-off positions which is where we want to be,” Lashenko said.
We are pleased to announce that spectators can purchase tickets by cash or debit/credit card on the turnstiles. Ticket prices for Saturday’s match are as follows:
- Adults: £8
- Concessions: £5 (students, OAP’s, public transport ticket, NHS & Armed Forces)
- Under-16s: £2
- Under-12s: FREE
For supporters looking to make the fixture at the Creek on Saturday afternoon, visitors should remind themselves using our contact page HERE.
There are no COVID-19 restrictions for Saturday’s match, however we urge that any supporters that have tested positive, or have symptoms, for COVID must refrain from attending. You can familiarise yourself with our BMF Risk Assessment.
Cinderford Town Association Football Club is a football club based in Cinderford in Gloucestershire, England and play at the Causeway Ground.
The 1995–96 season saw Cinderford reach the first round of the FA Cup for the first time. After beating Bromsgrove Rovers 2–1, they lost 3–0 at Gravesend & Northfleet in a second round replay.
The club were transferred to the Division One Midlands in 1998, and back to the renamed Division One Western in 1999. In 2000–01 the club won the Gloucestershire Senior Cup, beating Bristol City 1–0 in the final. They were moved back to the Division One Midlands in 2006, before returning to Division One South & West in two years later. In 2015–16 they won the division and were promoted to the Premier Division. The club initially tried to refuse promotion due to concerns about increased costs, but this was rejected by the Football Association.
In 2016–17 Cinderford finished bottom of the Premier Division and were relegated to Division One West. In 2018–19 the club finished fifth in Division One South, qualifying for the promotion play-offs. After beating Cirencester Town 2–1 in the semi-finals, they lost 3–1 to Yate Town in the final.
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