Match Reports

 

Curzon Ashton  0-4  Brackley Town  14/9/19

Saints up to seventh

Goals from Armson, Audel, Byrne and Ndlovu overwhelmed a Curzon Ashton side still seeking a first ever win over Brackley in nine meetings as Saints recorded successive away wins and move into 7th place in the National League North table ahead of FA Cup action next weekend.

 

Brackley Town  1-1  AFC Telford United   7/9/19

Drawn result is a fair point

Brackley maintained their unbeaten home record but were unable to record back-to-back wins for the first time in the season while Telford are now unbeaten in three after a tight contest ended in stale-mate.

 

 

Kidderminster Harriers  1-3  Brackley Town    4/9/19

Master blaster Byrne sets Saints en route to first away win

A superbly struck goal on 20 minutes by Shane Byrne set Brackley on the path to a first away win of the season and three richly deserved points.  Goals from Thierry Audel and Jimmy Armson settled the result to move Saints into 7th place in the league table.

 

Gateshead  2-0  Brackley Town    31/8/19 

Away day blues for Saints 

Brackley will want to quickly forget the first ever visit to Gateshead’s International Stadium, the 470 mile round trip a fruitless endeavour on a frustrating afternoon. 

“We conceded a crucial early goal but there was not too much else between the sides in the first half,” Kevin Wilkin said.  “We had our own chances that we didn’t take but conceding a second made it difficult and we lost our way a bit towards the end of the game.  Gateshead made life difficult for us, kept it tight and worked very hard.” 

Michael Nelson took full advantage of a free header to put The Heed ahead on 9 minutes in the only real threat on Danny Lewis’ goal in the first half.  Saints were close to levelling as keeper James Bradley pushed Shane Byrne’s free-kick away and it was eventually cleared after a bagatelle in the box. 

Greg Olley nearly doubled the lead immediately on the re-start, cutting in and curling a fierce effort just wide before Lee Ndlovu forced a sharp save from Bradley at the other end.  Jimmy Armson’s shot squirmed just wide from close range on the hour mark but minutes later Gateshead were two goals to the good, a weak defensive clearance setting up Josh Kayode who finished neatly. 

Saints never really got going and the come-back did not materialise with the hosts enjoying an ultimately comfortable first home win of the season leaving Kevin Wilkin’s side with just one point from four away games.  

Brackley Town:   Lewis, Myles (Holman 86), Walker, Byrne, Audel, Dean, Lowe (Daire 69), Armson, Ndlovu, Baker (Fairlamb 69), Murombedzi.   Subs unused:  Franklin, Langmead. 

Gateshead:  Bradley, Nicholson, Barrow, Oliver (Forbes 18), Lees, Nelson, Deverdics, Agnew, Kayode (Blackett 89), Olley, O’Donnell (Tear 87).    Subs unused:  Guthrie, Greenfield. 

Referee:  Andy Sykes       Assistants:   Darren Williams and Connor Scott 

Attendance:  769