Willand Rovers V Bishop Sutton : 1-0 Steele (46)

Rovers collected three valuable points after showing nerves of Steele from 12 yards against last’s year’s champions. Sutton arrived with a much changed line from when we met a few weeks ago. Rovers changed Bradley Stamp and Scott Rogers in came Craig Veal and Dean Stamp. On a heavy surface the game became turgid midfield […]

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Willand Rovers v Bridport: 3-2 Hopkinson (55,64) Alden (89)

Rovers travelled to Dorset and lit up the sky with a silky performance of flowing football which earned them 3 valuable points. Dan Western was unable to travel as he recovers from the horror tackle which he subjected to on Saturday. Craig Veale cried off late after suffering from a sickness bug. As Rovers took […]

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Willand Rovers v Saltash: 1-2 B Stamp (30)

Rovers crashed out of the FA Vase after another disappointing performance away to Saltash. New signings Josh Waddham and Craig Veale both get introduction to the Rovers set up. Ex pro Bradley Stamp starts his first game for Rovers. Rovers travelled across the Tamar without James Clampin and Bobby Hopkinson who were both suspended for […]

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Willand Rovers v Radstock Town; 1-3 Stamp 84

Rovers travelled to the Somerset mining town of Radstock in buoyant mood after their victory against Cadbury Heath. Owen Howe and Darren Gibbons came into the starting XI and new signing Bradley Stamp occupied one of the subs berths. Rovers started the game as a side full of confidence, as early as the 1st minute […]

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Willand Rovers v Cadbury Heath: 2-1 Stamp 20, Steele 57

Many good sides rely on an SAS strike force, from Blackburn in the 90’s, England in the 00’s and Liverpool today. Willand have found a pair of SAS goal scorers. Dean Stamp scored his 10th of the season and David Steele his 4th of the season to give Rovers three points against 4th place Cadbury and banish the […]

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Willand Rovers v Gillingham Town: 0-1

Willand succumbed to a classic defeat to a visiting team conceding an 87 minute goal to 2nd place Gillingham. The game started in torrents of rain which would have had Noah rubbing his hands. As the heavens opened the Willand faithful packed the stand and the covered area to keep out of the way of the […]

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Willand Rovers v Bishop Sutton: 2-0 .. Baily 21, Stamp 85

Rovers travelled to the picturesque venue of last year’s champions and secured three valuable points in what can be described as a workman like performance which at times lacked some of the fluidity of Saturday. Scott was able to shuffle his pack with work commitments depriving him of Dan Western and James Clampin. He also […]

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Rovers reward for beating Sherborne

Rovers reward for beating Sherborne in that classic on Saturday is an away trip across the Tamar to play Saltash, the match is to be played on Saturday 19th October. Although disappointed that we were not at home a local trip to SWPL side Saltash gives Rovers an excellent chance to progress. Saying that The Ashes […]

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Having caught up..

Having caught up with Scott after the players night out he was really pleased the way the team stuck together and secured that all important result. Momentum and confidence are key to any side from our league to the Premiership. But all successes are built on solid foundations. Three clean sheets in four games shows […]

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