This week saw the return of the Larks very own Josh Jones after a long recovery from a nasty collar bone injury sustained at Bradford at the start of the season. From the Larks supporters. Its nice to have you back.
It’s been a great couple of weeks for the Larks with a home win against Cirencester Town, followed by a decent 2-2 draw at home to Melksham who had gained a 2-0 lead in the first half, and culminating in a hard-won 1-0 victory away at Slimbridge midweek. The Larks’... Read More
Since we beat Didcot Town in the Preliminary Round of the FA Trophy our progress has been impeded by a number of obstacles. Originally scheduled to play Willand Rovers in the 1st Qualifying Round, our tie was switched to Paulton Rovers on Tuesday, who were reinstated in the competition after... Read More
The Securitas Stadium was abuzz with a 250+ strong crowd murmuring in anticipation of the game ahead and I have to say they were not let down with what was to follow. In the first ten minutes a thwarted Frome attack saw the ball spill out of the Larks area... Read More
The Larks shook off their recent disappointing results to mark their first ever Southern League encounter with old Western League rivals Willand Rovers with a win. The Larks started brightly, playing some attractive possession football, and swiftly won a corner, which was taken as usual by Dale Evans. Centre-half and... Read More
A volatile night on and off the pitch made this a tense game for the Larks players and fans alike. Shaun Semmens made a spectacular penalty save very early into the first half. Alex Lambert scored the opener and the Larks were looking comfortable despite the constant barrage of protests... Read More
Lewis Powell scored twice in the first half to make it 2 – 0 at the interval. The second half was evenly contested, but two lapses of concentration by the Larks’ defence allowed the Robins to level the score and cost us the win. Man of the match: Lewis Powell