Brackley Town  1-1  Blyth Spartans    10/11/18

“Not as our best” - Wilkin

A poor first half in which neither side could muster any cohesion to their play at least ended with some excitement for the spectators.  In added time Sean Reid’s cross flashed across goal in a warning to Saints and Blyth keeper Peter Jameson had to save well from Glenn Walker’s fine free-kick.


Corby Town  0-4  Brackley Town     Hillier Cup QF     7/11/18

Safe passage into County Cup semi-finals

Saints took on Corby Town in the quarter final of the Northants Hillier Senior Cup at Steel Park and went through to set up a potentially intriguing semi-final pairing next month.


Brackley Town  2-2  Chester       3/11/18

Added time strike stuns Saints

Chester got out of jail with Daniel Mooney’s wonder strike deep in added time to leave St James Park with a point few would argue the performance had warranted.  But Brackley will know that they have only themselves to blame having passed up chances to have won the game well before the added time denouement.


Boston United   1-3   Brackley Town    30/10/18

Saints up to 5th after midweek win at Boston

A dominant first half performance followed by a battling second half earned a vital away win for Kevin Wilkin’s side against close rivals Boston United.  Brackley’s three-man midfield proved too much for the home side as Saints took a two goal lead into the break before two half-time substitutions by Boston made for a more even second period.


FC United of Manchester   1-1   Brackley Town   27/10/18

Saints rue missed chances

Brackley fell behind for the fourth successive game before Jimmy Armson’s fine equaliser set up an exciting final half hour for the large home crowd getting behind new FC United manager Neil Reynolds.


Brackley Town  4-1  Spennymoor Town  20/10/18

Saints up to fifth with fine win

Brackley overcame an early set-back to win comfortably against Spennymoor who were reduced to ten men with the sending off of captain James Curtis just after the half hour, the three points lifting Saints into 5th place as Spennymoor slipped to 4th.


Guiseley  2-1  Brackley Town      13/10/18

Late Lions strike denies Saints

The high winds howling around Nether Moor was likely to be a big factor in the game and so it proved as Brackley visited Guiseley for the first time since 2015.