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Ramsbury U17s lose 3-0 at home to league leaders Bradford Town FC U18s

A tough match against the league leaders saw Ramsbury FC U17s put in a spirited performance against a quality Bradford Town FC U18s side. Bradford dominated the first 20 minutes and deserved their 1-0 lead, but a late conceded goal in the first half from a corner resulted in a 2-0 deficit at half...

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Ramsbury U16s win 6-0 away to Durrington FC U16s

Another superb win by a strong Ramsbury FC U16s who bounced back well after a heavy defeat against Swindon Supermarine FC U16s last week. The win sees Ramsbury FC U16s 2nd in the Division and in a good place to fight for the top spot and promotion. Well done the U16s!

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Ramsbury FC win 2-1 against stubborn Moredon FC

Ramsbury FC senior team continued their good form with a hard fought 2-1 win against a stubborn Moredon FC side who they had beaten 3-1 the weekend before in the away fixture. It was 0-0 at half time after a scrappy 45 minutes where neither side could seize the advantage, but Ramsbury FC playing...

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Ramsbury FC U13s start 2022 with a Bang!

The new year has started wonderfully for the Under 13s. With our pitch unplayable, the boys headed to Devizes to play our Cup Quarter Final against St Andrews under lights on the 3G, and it proved perfect for the passing football that they have been working so hard on in training. They moved the...

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Club Management

  • Club Chair: Andy Knowles
  • Club Vice Chair: Chris Roberts
  • Club Treasurer: Bryony Beck
  • Club Secretary: Jon Symon
  • Club Welfare Officer & Covid19 Response Officer: Jon Symon

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Division 2 league leaders PewseyVale FootballClub Dev are chasing their 8th win from 8 games as they entertain Ramsbury Football Club. Ramsbury will head in to the game with some confidence after picking up their first league win last weekend with a 6-0 victory.2nd placed Shield & Dagger will be looking to keep the pressure on the leaders and visit 2nd bottom Moredon. Moredon find themselves towards the bottom of the table and will be keen to get the win to put some distance between themselves and bottom spot. Elsewhere in the division, Cricklade welcome Siddington whilst bottom side Swindon Centurians have a difficult home fixture against an inform KO Plastering.#SDFL #Swindon #Football ... See MoreSee Less
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