.Photos: copyright Paul Paxford: HALLEN v BRISTOL MANOR FARM April 14th 2017.
In the final round of matches next Saturday, Bitton now require maximum points at Bridport, and also a Brislington win against Hallen if they are to reclaim 18th spot in the final table.
Saturday 22nd April 2017
Andy Cook approaching 500 milestone.....
Andy Cook returned to the club for a second spell in 2004, after the club had secured promotion to the Premier Division.
At the end of last season he had intended to continue his playing days in the Reserves, but having been recalled to the first team he has now extended his number of appearances to 488 over a period of thirteen seasons.
Click here to view the total appearances and goalscorers for all players since 2004-05 to 2015-16, The 2016-17 stats will be added at the end of the season.
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Manager Ben Willshire and captain Scott Thomas presented with the Premier Division 'Most Sporting Team' award for February by Fixtures Director Andy Radford.
It's a Good Friday for Farm
With Street winning 4-0 at Bridport in a match that kicked off two hours earlier, it meant that the Farm still needed two more points from their remaining four matches, to clinch the title and promotion to the Southern League.
The Hallen side battled hard against an impressive Farm, who led by a single goal at half time. A foul by Webb had given the opportunity for the visitors to extend their lead from the penalty spot, but Dean Stamp had his attempt saved by eighteen year old Mitchell Wooley,
The result was in little doubt, once Harley Purnell scored with an unstoppable shot on 51 minutes.
Hallen 0 Bristol Manor Farm 2
Six Year Old Groundhopper Liam supporting Hallen at Gillingham