Swindon Supermarine sailed to the top of Division One South & West with a 4-1 win against Fleet at the Webbswood Stadium. Ashley Edenborough started the rampage on 16 minutes and Josh Morse flicked home Edenborough’s cross for the second just before the break. Aaron Ferris made it 3-0 just after the break. Simba Mlambo […]
SWINDON V SOUTHAMPTON 8th October 1986 Copy from Paul Plowman from the Swindon Town programme of 8th October 2016. Facing a three-goal first leg deficit against top flight Saints, Town started off like a train. They forced four corners in the first six minutes – on their way to an impressive tally of 16 on […]
Swindon Town Ladies bagged their first win in the league with a 4-3 win over Portsmouth Ladies. The winner came in the last minute much to the delight of the ladies in red. Gallery:
A quiet first half ended 0-0 but a quick goal in the second half by Brad Barry on 47 minutes stirred the mix and livened the game up. This was The Valiants first defeat in the league, and also the first league goal they have conceded. Gallery:
Swindon Town Ladies took the league title with an emphatic 8-0 win against Shanklin. Let celebrations commence!! Full Gallery:
St. Nicholas proved to be a tough nut to crack, but the Swindon Town Ladies kept their place six points clear on top of the league with a 3-1 win over the Yate – Chipping Sodbury club with only one more game to play. Goals from Alice Smith, Meg Vella and Chyna Collings secured the […]
Swindon Town kept a clean sheet and produced a win against former Town manager Danny Wilson’s Chesterfield. The deadlock was broken by Yaser Kasim’s second half goal; his first this season. Full gallery.
Fleetwood’s Cod Army came to town and almost hooked a win against a very hesitant Town. An Ajose goal in the second half restored the balance after another typical Town start with a goal in the opening few minutes. The talking points however will be the referee, some of who’s decisions were slightly controversial and […]
Talk about leaving it late. Swindon Town were 2-0 DOWN and out at half time but somehow recovered to draw with a feisty Millwall, the second coming with in seconds of the final whistle. Nick Ajose (63 Pen),Michael Doughty (90 +3:33) were the Swindon hero’s. Trouble flared outside the ground after the game. Gallery:
Swindon Town Ladies eventually played their FA Cup tie with the Spurs Ladies after the fixture was moved to Royal Wootton Bassett’s new football complex at Ballards Ash to avoid a third postponement. The match finished 4-1 to the London side after a battling show by the home side and two rather flukish goals.