FC United 1-1 Brackley Town 

Sat 9/12/17

Late penalty denies Saints away win

One of only two National League North games to survive the wintry weather, the teams served up an open and well contested match but created surprisingly few scoring chances.

Brackley Town 3-2 Stockport County    Sat 2/12/17

Hats off for Saints

Brackley won a fine match with a strong second half performance having trailed at half-time. Two second half goals by Aaron Williams secured the points to move Saints into second place above Harrogate Town.

Brackley Town 4-0 Salford City   FAT 3Q   25 Nov 2017

Wilkin pleased with manner of win

Brackley’s win over the National League North leaders was as comprehensive as the score-line suggests, two goals in each half securing Saints’ place in the next round.

Bradford PA  2-0  Brackley Town    18/11/17

Brackley’s five game winning run ended with a third away defeat of the season against a strong Bradford Park Avenue side who won well with a goal in each half. Saints lined up without Adam Walker for the first time for 16 months while Jimmy Armson returned to the side.

Brackley Town 4-0 Southport   14/11/17

Moment from captain Dean sets Saints on their way

Brackley ran out comfortable winners in this first ever meeting with former league club Southport but it could have been a different game had the visitors capitalised on early chances. As it was two goals in each half and another clean sheet secured a fifth successive league win to move Saints into second place in the table.

Brackley Town 2-0 Gainsborough Trinity   11/11/17

Crucial moments

Two goals of high quality won the game for Brackley when it appeared this well contested game might edge to a goal-less conclusion. The result extended Saints’ winning run to four games and narrowed the gap to second-placed Harrogate to two points.

Brackley Town 3-1 Peterborough Northern Star   7/11/17

Brackley reach semis

Brackley moved into the semi-final of the Hillier Cup on a wretched night of weather at SJP. Kevin Wilkin selected a strong side including players returning from injury and suspension and used this cup game to provide competitive minutes for key players. It saw a first outing for 18 year old, former Luton Town midfielder Jack Snelus.