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New players welcome for 2022/23 football season

Bourton and Frankton Football Club will begin preparations for the new football season next week and are inviting new players to join them for the forthcoming 2022/23 campaign.

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Pre-season football friendlies

Here are details of B & F FC’s current list of pre-season friendlies in place ahead of the start of the 2022/23 season.

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2022 Cricket Season

Next Sunday sees the start of Bourton and Frankton CC’s 2022 cricket season.

In keeping with our history dating back to at least 1881 if not before, we are one of the few village clubs which still only plays Sunday friendly fixtures (i.e. no league cricket) against other local village clubs and teams from the local surrounding area.

For 2022 we have another full season of friendly fixtures from May to September in the offering with some great fixtures against longstanding opponents.

DateOpponentsVenueStart time
Sun1st MayDunton BassettAway1:00 PM
Sun8th MayMartonAway1:00 PM
Sun15th MayNaptonAway1:00 PM
Sun22nd MayBishops TachbrookAway1:00 PM
Sun29th MayBirdingburyHome2:00 PM
Sun5th JuneTo be confirmed
Sun10th to 12th JuneBarrow CC, Suffolk (Tour)Away
Sun19th JuneMonks KirbyAway2:00 PM
Sun26th JuneOakfield & Rowlands UnitedHome1:00 PM
Sun3rd JulyEverdonHome1:00 PM
Sun10th JulyBishops TachbrookHome1:00 PM
Sun17th JulyBraunston PaddoxHome1:00 PM
Sun24th JulyMartonHome1:00 PM
Sun31st JulyRugbyHome2:00 PM
Sun7th AugustStoneleighHome1:00 PM
Sun14th AugustOakfield & Rowlands UnitedAway2:00 PM
Sun21st AugustWilloughbyAway1:30 PM
Sunday28th AugustBraunston PaddoxAway1:00 PM
Sun4th SeptemberMartonAway1:00 PM
Sun11th SeptemberEydonAway1:00 PM

Come and join us

If you are interested in joining us as a player, or off-the-field as a scorer or to help with pitch and ground preparation, please do get in touch. We would love to hear from you and will certainly make you feel welcome and part of our club.

We have regular outdoor net sessions during the season. Look out for details on this website and also the club’s Facebook page HERE and Twitter account here

Spectators are always welcome at all games so please do feel free to come along and watch.

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Review of March’s football results (or result!)

Similar to February, it has been a frustrating March with only the one football fixture played.

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Review of February’s football results (or result)

Not much in the way of football action to report on to sum up February.

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Review of January’s football results

A bit of a mixed bag of results for B & F FC in January.

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Long-awaited victory arrives with double completed over Crick

Bourton and Frankton returned to Coventry Alliance League Division 3 action after a two week lay-off by earning a well-deserved 4-2 home win over Crick Reserves.

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Review of November’s action and results

If Bourton were hoping for a change in fortunes going into November, we were sadly wrong with two heavy defeats and a narrow cup exit making it a disappointing month.

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Review of October’s results

Not the greatest of months for Bourton with three defeats out of the four games played.

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Crucial decisions mean third successive defeat

Bourton and Frankton FC’s recent downturn in form in the Coventry Alliance League continued on Saturday as they fell to defeat away at Craven Athletic.

Their 4-2 Division Three reversal was a third successive defeat but it was not without its controversial moments.

Having gone a goal behind, Bourton were level at the break after Kurt Mahoney converted a penalty to make it 1-1.

The visitors then fell behind for the second time early into the second half but again clawed their way back level with Stuart McQuillan on the mark to bring the score to 2-2.

Back came Craven again taking the lead for a third time at 3-2, but Bourton looked to have levelled once again only for a hotly-disputed offside decision and subsequent lengthy consultation to deny them their third goal of the afternoon.

To add salt into the wounds, Craven then broke late on to snatch a fourth goal which itself had more than a hint of offside and strong appeals turned down by the visitor’s defence, to end the afternoon’s scoring.

Latest Coventry Alliance League Table below and HERE

  • This Saturday Bourton and Frankton will be up against it once again when current Coventry Alliance League Division Three leaders Kenilworth Sporting are the visitors to The Field. Kick-off 2:15 pm.