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COACH FULLY BOOKED

 

UPDATE. 

Remember to be at your pick up point on time. The coach will not be waiting. Boathouse at 5pm and the Ray Mac at 5.15.

We still have people on the reserve list so please let us know if you're not able to go.

Everyone listed to be on the coach has received confirmation either via email, message or verbally. The coach is fully booked so you won't be able to get on unless you're on the list.


Steve Claridge has kindly donated a coach for fans wishing to travel to Imber Court for the play-off semi-final against Metropolitan Police FC on Wednesday evening. The coach will leave the Boat House in Salisbury at 5.00 and the Ray Mac at 5.15 and will be FREE of charge.  It's available on a first come first served basis. If you would like to take up this offer, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 01722 77 66 55 (Office closed until 9am. Email is the best option).

Salisbury Hospital Cup Final – An apology.

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The Club would like to make it clear that the postponement of the Final tie was not in any way due to the passing of BHHFC member Bryn West and we apologise for any upset any inferred connection may have caused.

SFC would also like to make it clear that because of delays in playing earlier games in the competition and the club's play off situation, BHHFC were more than accommodating in trying to get this fixture played, and agreed to date changes on at least four occasions for various reasons  We are grateful for their co-operation. The postponement of the Final has been caused by an administrative miss-communication, and no date has yet been agreed to play the game.

To conclude, it is necessary to point out that no information was provided to the Salisbury Journal directly for the reference made in their newspaper article and to the knowledge of both BHHFC and ourselves there has been no approach from them to confirm the detail.

Alec Hayter

Press Officer

Five Selected By Wilts FA For Cup Final

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Congratulations to five local players on being called up for the Wilts FA squad for the Mick Parry Cup Final squad versus Gloucestershire FA on the 11th of May.

Owen Davis and Jack Stevens are both current U16’s playing in our development squad and have been in the county under 16 and 18’ squads this season already.

Laverstock & Fords Tommy Cambell-Smith and Barney Duffy have also played for Chris Burden’s squad during the season. Making the five is Owen Taylor whom has come through SFC youth and has appeared in this seasons under 18’s for both the Whites and Laverstock & Ford.  

Well done to all and good luck in the final.

Mark Winter

 

Salisbury Hospitals Cup Final

 
Salisbury FC are sorry to learn of the recent passing of Bemerton Heath Harlequins' member Bryn West. A minute's silence was to have been held prior to the Salisbury Hospitals Cup Final against Harlequins at Laverstock tomorrow evening.
 
The game has now been postponed and a new date will be advised as soon as possible.
 
Alec Hayter
Press Officer

2018-2019 Play-offs, as applicable to Salisbury FC

The Football Association have confirmed the arrangements for the 2018-2019 Promotion Play-offs and should their document need clarification, the following is specific to us:

Playoff Semi-final

     Match A.    Second placed club at home to Fifth placed club.

     Match B.    Third placed club home to Fourth placed club.

Both matches to be played on Wednesday 1 May KO 7-45pm with the winners of matches A & B competing in the Divisional Play-off Final.

 

Divisional Play-off Final

Home advantage in the Divisional Playoff Final (Monday 6 May KO 3pm) will be determined by the Regular Playing Season record of each competing club – the club with the superior points per match record playing at home.

 

“Super” Play-off Final

The winner of the Divisional Play-off Final will play the equivalent winners from the Isthmian League on Saturday 11 May KO 3 pm, with home advantage again being determined by the superior points per match record, as in the Divisional Play-off Final.

 

Alec Hayter

Press Officer

Salisbury Hospitals Cup - Final

The Whites will play Bemerton Heath Harlequins in the Final, the match to take place on Wednesday 24 April at Laverstock & Ford, kick off 7-45pm

 

Alec Hayter

Press Officer

Salisbury FC Dev V Hamble Club Res

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The development squad is at home at the Ray Mac on Wed 10th April in the Wyvern Premier league versus Hamble Club FC reserves.

The visitors sit top of the table having won 11 of their 15 games so far, so a seriously a tough test is expected for the Young Whites.  

Kick-off is 7:45pm.

Match Day Sponsor - Soldi

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A very warm welcome to our match day sponsor for today, Soldi.

Soldi was established in 2006 and it grew to become a limited company in 2011.

Soldi operates predominantly in the south of England, with a head office in Radstock, Bath. Soldi undertakes new build construction projects, extensions and refurbishments, largely working in the commercial, retail and leisure sectors.

We are proud to work with both blue chip companies and local businesses alike.

We have simple business values that are driven by people and long term relationships. 

http://www.soldi.co.uk/

 

If you fancy having a flutter on us for this match, BetVictor have given us odds of 2/5* to win against Gosport Borough. Check out the promotion below. 

Please gamble responsibly. Club officials and players are not permitted to bet on any football matches.

*At the time of posting. 

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Rene Regis

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The club is sad to announce that former Salisbury City player Rene Regis has passed away after a long battle with illness. The Saint Lucia international was team player of the year for the Whites in the 2005/06 season. Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this sad time. 

 

Development Cup Final

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Wyvern Challenge Cup Final

Chris Burden and Mike Easterbrook’s Development side are set to take on Baffins Milton Rovers in the league cup final of the Wyvern league tomorrow night (Friday 29th).

The Whites made it through to the final with a comfortable looking victory away to Petersfield town, whilst BMR Eased past Wimborne Town in a reversed fixture a week later.

Baffins will no doubt prove to be a real challenge for the Whites having won the East division with 16 wins from their 19 games played so far and find themselves 15 points ahead of 2nd placed Folland with a game to go.

Come along and support the lads in what should be a highly competitive game. Your support is very much needed.

The match is being played at Romsey Town FC. 7:45 K.O.

Bypass Ground
South Front
Romsey
Hampshire
SO51 8GJ

Admission prices: Including program: £5 adults/£3 concessions

Match Day Sponsor - Floodlit Dreams

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A very warm welcome to our match day sponsor for today, Floodlit Dreams. 

Floodlit Dreams is an independent publishing house specialising in sports literature. Founded in 2013 by journalist Ian Ridley (and one one of the five founders of the new Salisbury FC), it provides an agile solution to publication that gives authors ownership over their books.

After launching with Mark Halsey’s Added Time, Floodlit Dreams then focused on helping young authors get a break in their career, a philosophy that continues to drive the company to date. The result was The Boy in Brazil by Seth Burkett, who is now a partner in the company.

Since then, Floodlit Dreams has published a range of diverse books that have been nominated for a number of major literary awards. 

www.floodlitdreams.com

 


If you fancy having a flutter on us for this match, BetVictor have given us odds of 7/10* to win against Chesham. Check out the promotion below. 

Please gamble responsibly. Club officials and players are not permitted to bet on any football matches.

*At the time of posting. 

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Wiltshire Senior Cup

The final of the competition, against fellow Evo-Stik Premier South side Swindon Supermarine, will be played on Wednesday 17 April at the Oakfield Stadium Melksham - Melksham Town's ground. 

Kick off will be  7-45pm.

 

Alec Hayter

Press Officer SFC

DEVELOPMENT SQUAD - Oh So Close

Salisbury FC Development 2 v 3 Christchurch Reserves 

This young Whites side featured 7 players that went down 11 v 1 to Poole Town last weekend. Those 7 showed they are learning and learning dam fast just 7 days later. 

The conditions at the Ray Mac yesterday were not conducive to the ball leaving the ground and for most of this game both sides tried to play football on the floor so they knew where the ball would land. For the first 15 minutes or so the game was fairly even with the visitors possibly edging it, but Will Betts (U18) in the Salisbury goal hadn't had too much on target to worry him.

Shortly after Christchurch did find a way past Betts to take the lead and on 30 minutes they got a second. However, a one goal lead at this point the visitors probably just about deserved, but a 2 goal lead not in my opinion. The fact is though that 2nd seemed to spur the home side to up their level and some consistent pressure on the visitors goal was rewarded when a perfectly placed free kick from just in front of the home stands from Reece McSorley found Liam Smith at the far post who caught it on the volley to give the keeper no chance of preventing it from finding the net.

At half time changes were made and the home team changed to a 4-4-2 formation with 32 year experience (between then) up front with Sam Butt and Frazer Hicks now leading the line. The Whites were then creating a lot more chances and roughly on the hour good interplay between the two strikers created a one on one for Hicks, however the visiting keeper did well to smother the chance.

On 85 minutes, another set piece this time delivered by Louie James caused chaos in the opposition box and eventually the ball was stabbed home by Smith to level the match.

The vastly older Church team all be it most of them were only 19 visibly didn't want to drop points against a bunch of even younger players than them and pushed for a winner. For most of the remaining 5 plus 2 minutes injury time the game was characterised by good defending by the home side and a determination to get something from the game.

Then on 92 minutes, literally with the last kick of the game Church managed to scramble the ball past Betts and into the net. The resulting 10 man bundle on the floor showed how much it meant to them.

Even the visiting manager said we didn't deserve to lose the game, however it is for us 'development' football and just how much this side has developed in just 7 days is the only points we need.

Many thanks must go to Christchurch reserves for an excellent game between two sides trying to play good football in testing conditions.
With a couple of 19 year olds, an 17, 18 and 21 year old and nine 16 year olds this really was a young side. Where could they be though when some of them are the same ages as their counter parts today? 

 

Salisbury FC Development V Christchurch FC Reserves

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With the backlog of Wyvern fixtures meaning the club have both midweek and Saturday fixtures, a young Whites team with the addition of a couple of 21-year-olds will entertain Christchurch Saturday 3pm kick off at the Ray Mac. First priority is to get a strong Whites following down to Tiverton to get behind the 1st team in this vital away game. However, if you're not travelling down to Devon then why not come along and give your support to these young players. 

⚽️ Salisbury FC Development v Christchurch FC Reserves
🗓️ Saturday 16th March 2019
🕒 3pm ko
🏟️ The Ray Mac Stadium - SP4 6PU
🎫 Adults £4, Concessions £2, u16 FREE
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