Extended highlights from the Vanarama National League fixture between Weymouth and Slough Town at the Bob Lucas Stadium on Saturday 14th March 2020.
Players just starting to arrive at the Bob Lucas ahead of @theterras v @sloughtownfc. Slough kept two players away from training on Thursday because they had ‘cold symptoms’. Here’s Weymouth director @jbartsofficial on how the last 24 hours unfolded @solentsport #bbcfootball
Highlights from a pulsating National League South encounter at Meadowbank, which Slough Town won 5-3. Dan Roberts scored a hat-trick as ten-man Slough ...
Andy Ballard defied a fire alarm to express his delight at his side's performance against Slough Town, as he spoke to Marie Indge from BBC Oxford Sport.
A game of two halves, as we should've had more than a 1-0 lead at half time, and this would cost us, going on to lose 2-1. Twitter: ...
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