Cinderford U-14’s keep Stowe on the back foot.

On a Glorious Mother’s Day morning Cinderford made the longish trip to Stow on the Wold, a picturesque little town not unlike Cinderford in many respects, as many of the supporters commented. The pitch looked firm, however closer inspection showed it to be far from that. Cinderford kicked off with the stiff breeze on their […]

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Cinderford U-14’s ring the changes

With their home fixture against Chepstow having been cancelled, Cinderford were grateful to Worcester for stepping into the breach and making the trip down the M5 to play Cinderford U14’s at the bridge. Recent rain had made the pitch soft underfoot in places and a cold wind didn’t make for ideal playing conditions. Cinderford used […]

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Cinderford U-14’s get a welcome in the valleys

Having had both Matson and Monmouth cry off, Cinderford left home early to make the long and often dangerous trip to Ebbw Vale. With many players unavailable, Cinderford could muster only 16 to play against an opposition who were a complete unknown to them. The bright sun made for good playing conditions, although the pitch […]

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Cinderford U-14’s battle to the end.

Cinderford could be forgiven for thinking that there is some sort of conspiracy against them, as no matter what the competition they always end up getting drawn against Clifton, and usually away. This year’s county cup was no exception. Cinderford travelled to Clifton hoping to put their two previous defeats behind them and show Clifton […]

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Cinderford U-14’s adapt to conditions.

Having had the previous week’s away game to Croesyceiliog snowed off, Cinderford welcomed them to a home game at Heywood School. Croesyceiliog had been the only team to beat Cinderford at home last season, and Cinderford were keen to set the record straight, though they knew that they would be in for a tough game. […]

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Cinderford U-14’s get back in the saddle

Following two weeks without being able to find any suitable opposition, Cinderford were keen to get back on the horse after their controversial 95th minute defeat in the previous round of the county cup. Cinderford welcomed Cleve in the final first round pool game, a team who had given them a tough match in the […]

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Fun night of fundraising this Saturday

After the match against Barnstaple this coming Saturday (November 11th), the Club are holding a fund raising Autumn sale.  The evening starts at 7pm and there will be fun and entertainment for all the family, so come along and support the Club, whilst having a great time.  

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Cinderford U-14’s keep up the momentum

Ever looking for stronger opposition, CInderford U14’s welcomed the unknown quantity of Luctonians to the bridge.  The morning did not start well with team medic Doc Thomas suffering a serious facial injury whilst retrieving the water bottles from his car.  Luctonians arrived with a large squad of around thirty players, compared to Cinderford’s eighteen. In […]

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Cinderford Under 14s latest news

Cinderford U-14’s survive Caerleon fight back Having had two relatively easy games in their first two matches, Cinderford were hoping for more of a challenge from the visitors Caerleon, they were not to be disappointed. Cinderford welcomed back Ollie to the front row to replace the unavailable Tom. However with only three subs the Cinderford […]

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