FA CUP 4th round draw features four #SWfootball sides

FA CupAFC Bournemouth will host Arsenal in the 2020 FA Cup fourth round.

Bristol City and Bristol Rovers have both been rewarded with attractive home ties if they overcomes away-day replays next Tuesday.


POST MATCH REACTION Swindon Argyle Wellens Lowe

EFL logo cropSwindon Town boss Richie Wellens praised Ryan Lowe’s Plymouth Argyle after ending the greens’ three-match winning streak 2-1 to stay top of League Two.

Wellens admitted: “Along with Crewe, they are the best team we have played. We played them earlier in the season and their movement causes teams a lot of problems.”


FA CUP Dunne praises Rovers resilience... and keeper

FA CupJoe Dunne praised Bristol Rovers for their resilience following a 1-0 FA Cup replay win at League Two Plymouth.

Dunne said: "It is a wonderful result against a really difficult team to play against. Once again the resilience of everybody has shone through.”


MATCH REACTION Ryan Lowe belief in subs rewarded

ryan loweRyan Lowe’s Plymouth Argyle soared to seventh in League Two with a last-gasp 2-1 home win over Stevenage ahead of Wednesday's game against table toppers Swindon Town at Home Park.

Lowe said: “I always believed the boys coming on as subs are going to get us one final chance and that’s what happened.”



bath-citybadgeBristol City Academy teenager striker Louis Britton has joined Jerry Gill's National League South side Bath City FC on loan for the remainder of the season.

Britton, 18, has just spent a successful goal-scoring loan spell at Southern League Premier South side Yate Town managed by Paul Britton.


WOMENS FOOTBALL shorts - December

Cornwall Football Association have made the quarter-final draw for the Cornwall Women's Senior Cup:

Callington Town vs Penryn
Saltash Borough vs Porthleven
Illogan vs St Agnes
St Austell vs Bude Town 

All quarter finals ties scheduled for Sunday February 2, 2020.

SWSN football shorts - Wednesday November 27

Corsham vs Calne Heads up! Image courtesy & copyright John CuthbertsonTargetman Ryan Brunt's 112th minute winner enabled Bath City to progress to the FA Trophy first round following a thrilling third qualifying round 3-2 extra time win at Gosport Borough.

City will now host the winner of Sholing FC's rain-delayed tie against Paulton Rovers due to be played next Tuesday. Boro fought back to force extra time after first half goals from Tom Smith (27 mins) and Andy Watkins (30) put City 2-0 up on the half hour.


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