Brackley Town Saints 8 v 0 Burnham

(Saturday 18th November 2017)

Fresh from their excellent midweek performance against a strong Wantage Town side Saints welcomed struggling Burnham to St James Park on a cool, dry, and perfect for football November afternoon.

Brackley Town Saints 5 v 3 Wantage Town

(Wednesday 15th November 2017)

Having gone out of all other cup competitions at the first hurdle Saints, hoping for a change in fortunes, welcomed high flying Wantage Town to a pristine St James Park in the Perpetua Press Floodlit Cup.

Highworth Town 1 v 0 Brackley Town Saints

(Saturday 11th November 2017)

This was the second meeting of the season for Highworth Town and Brackley Town Saints and this game proved to be a carbon-copy of the first one played at St James Park back in August with Highworth Town again winning thanks to a Callum Mcghee-Parsons first half goal.

Brackley Town Saints 2 v 0 Highmoor Ibis

(Saturday 4th November 2017)

After 7 away games in a row Saints staff, players, and fans will have been relieved to get back to the superb facilities and pitch at St James Park. Saints manager Gordon Kille opted to give striker Khristopher Oti his debut as his only change from last week's game, dropping Josh Bowden to the bench despite his 2 goal salvo at Binfield.

Binfield 1 v 4 Brackley Town Saints (Away view)

(Saturday 28th October 2017)

With last Saturday's game at Lydney postponed due to a waterlogged pitch, Saints youngsters returned to league action with a visit to Binfield, their 12th away game out of 16 played this season.

Ascot United 1 v 2 Brackley Town Saints

(Saturday 14th October 2017)

The Hellenic Premier leagues two youngest sides met for the first time this season at Ascot's impressive Racecourse Ground and served up an enthralling encounter which could have been wrapped up by Saints well before the late second half revival by the home side following James Goodey's wonderful strike that game them a lifeline.

Shrivenham 2 v 1 Brackley Town Saints

(Saturday 7th October 2017)

For the fourth time this season Saints were knocked out of a cup competition in their first game.

Missing influential skipper Lewis Baldwin, keeper Ali Worby, experienced attacking midfielder Matt Johnson, and the Hellenic Premier league's top scorer Josh Bowden, Saints manager Gordon Kille would still have hoped that his young side would have too much for their Division 1 opponents.