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18 March 2024

Stay updated on the latest match developments of Bottesford Town FC throughout March.
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Tuesday 5th March - Hallam FC 1-2 Bottesford Town

The opening half saw Bottesford Town get off to a great start with an early goal from Matthew Broadley in the 1st minute. Another goal on the 16th minute from Joshua Fraiwald put Bottesford in control of the game. Their clinical finishing left Hallam reeling, and as the teams headed into the break, the scoreline remained unchanged.

The second half Hallam created a couple of chances twice Hitting the woodwork, Hallam’s Number 15 saw red on the 83rd minute in the 90th minute Jordan made a great save. The time added on Hallam made it 1-2, but it was Bottesford that managed to hold on to take a precious 3 points back home.

Saturday 9th March - Bottesford Town 4-0 Maltby Main. Matchday Program Link -

The first 25 mins saw a fairly even game, Maltby had the ball in the net in the 3rd min, but it was ruled out for offside. On 27th Minute Bottesford scored the opening goal with Fin Pullford losing his man and slotting the ball home. This seemed to settle Bottesford as they created a couple more chances and starting to control the game. In the 34th min Josh was fouled, and the Centre half was booked for the challenge. Captain Jack Griffin set the free kick up and scored from it making it 2-0. On the 41st minute Bottesford extended the lead with Charlie Dunkerley scoring Bottesford third goal. At half time the score was 3-0 great first half performance from Bottesford.

The second half was a quiet with all the hard work done in the first 45 minutes, Bottesford created a few half chances with Maltby not really causing any problems. In the 90th minutes Danny Walker scored Bottesford fourth goal to round up an excellent week the team.

This weekend the First team travel to Thackley be another tough game as they are sitting 6th in the table pushing for a position in the play-offs.

The work off the pitch continues with the enhancement of the Kitchen in the Sports and Social Club, this has been made possible from funding via the FA Howdens Games Changer Programme in addition to the use of Club funds.

Following completion of the kitchen is now in operation producing excellent food for the Club membership and visiting guests.

There is also a lot of work ongoing behind the scenes for updating the Sports Hall, with both of the facilities helping to improve the experience of all who visit the Barrett Steel Stadium, the home of Bottesford Town Football Club.
Two of our under 7s teams went ahead in a thriller at the Barrett Steel Stadium. It was a dramatic game in which the young players, 6 and 7 years of age, ran their socks for 40 minutes. The boys shared 10 goals between them and seemed to really enjoy an end-to-end game. It was a windy and bitter morning but as you can see this did not put off the players who after the match cheered each other on through a penalty shootout.

Sunday 10th March

Sunday saw just the one game at the Barrett Steel Stadium as our Under 14s welcomed App Frod Saints for a cup semifinal. Bottesford got off to a great start when Corey White scored after 2 minutes to settle Bottesford nerves. App Frod never gave in, but Bottesford struck twice more in the first half through Ethan Walters & Archie Piccoli-RIdley. The second half started evenly contested but Bottesford had more of the ball in App Frods defensive third. Bottesford sealed the win when Freddie Lee rose to head home from a corner and Ethan Walters drove a 5th home to see Bottesford reach the under 14 divisional cup final.
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