UP NEXT: Lymington Town F.C. (A)

This Saturday, Bristol Manor Farm travel to Hampshire for their second consecutive away fixture as they face Lymington Town. Here is all the information ahead of Matchday 25.

In recent news, Lucas Vowles returns to the Farm on a months loan deal from Weston-Super-Mare, and is available for selection on Saturday afternoon. Speaking about his new signing, Manager Lee Lashenko commented: “We’re delighted to welcome Lucas back to the club.

“He’s a player that gave us many memorable moments – despite only playing a handful of games for us,” Lashenko said.

You can read the full news story HERE.

The Portwaymen will be looking to continue their rich vein of form, having won their previous four matches in the Southern League. Speaking to the club, Lashenko believes that his side must remain professional in their approach when they travel to the Linnets.

“What we can’t do is get carried away,” Lashenko began. “We need to be ruthless to teams on the field, but be professional off the field when we do win matches.

“I think we’ve been due a run for a little while now, and it’s pleasing to see us get the results that our performances have warranted. The players have trained really well this week, and Saturday will be another big test for us. We’ve identified what we need to do in terms of achieving our goals, and hopefully with the addition of Lucas – we’ll be a step closer come Saturday evening,” Lashenko said.

As for our opponents, Lymington sit in 14th position with 25 points to their name. Results haven’t gone the Linnets way as of late, who are winless in their last seven matches, however have picked two points from their matches against Melksham and Larkhall most recently. Lymington Town favourite Nathan Hurst recently departed the club to join fellow Hampshire outfit AFC Totton.

Travel Information

We will be running a coach to Lymington, but spaces are very limited, so please contact Club Secretary Rachael on 07767 633549 to avoid missing out. Seats are priced at £10 per person.

For supporters looking to make their own way to the match, the stadium address is:


Phone:01590 671305

Ticket Information

Tickets prices for Saturday’s match are as follows:

  • Adults: £10
  • Concessions: £5
  • Under-16’s: £2
  • Under-12’s: FREE


Lymington Town Football Club, known as The Linnets, is a football club based in the coastal town of Lymington, Hampshire, England.

The club was established in 1876 as Lymington Football Club. They entered the Hampshire League in 1903, joining the West Division, but left at the end of the 1903–04 season.

The club rejoined the West Division in 1910, but left after finishing bottom of the division in their first season, losing all but one of their games.

In 1986 Lymington were founder members of the new Wessex League. After finishing bottom of the league in 1987–88 they merged with Wellworthy Athletic to form AFC Lymington. However, when AFC Lymington merged with New Milton Town in 1998 to form Lymington & New Milton with the new club based in New Milton, the Lymington club was re-established under the name Lymington Town. They were accepted into Division Three of the Hampshire League and went on to finished third in the 1998–99 season, earning promotion into the Premier Division.

In 2004 the Hampshire League merged into the Wessex League, with Lymington becoming members of the new Division Two. They won the division at the first attempt and were promoted to Division One, which was renamed the Premier Division the following season. In 2006–07 the club won the League Cup. Following the 2020–21 season, which was curtailed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, they were promoted to Division One South of the Southern League.