Brackley Town Saints 0 v 1 Longlevens

(Saturday 6th January 2018)

Saints welcomed Longlevens to a dry but bitterly cold St James Park for their first fixture of the new year. Manager Gordon Kille, once again forced to make changes due to injury, unavailability, and suspensions, brought Sam Hartley back in to the middle of his back four and gave youngster Keegan Giles a starting role in the middle of midfield in place of skipper Lewis Baldwin.

Windsor 4 v 2 Brackley Town Saints

(Saturday 23rd December 2017)

Another game another reshuffle at the back for Saints manager Gordon Kille with Sam Hartley dropping to the bench, Dan Middleton being moved back into the middle and Ryan Knight dropping deeper into the left back position.

Brackley Town Saints 3 v 4 Flackwell Heath

(Wednesday 20th December)

Once again Saints manager Gordon Kille was forced into changes for this Perpetua Press Floodlit Cup match with striker Tom Kalugin making his first start of the season in place of Josh Bowden and Sam Hartley returning to centre-back due to the continuing absence of the injured Joe Ward.

Brackley Town Saints 1 v 3 Wantage Town

(Saturday 9th December 2017)

With Joe Ward, Matt Johnson, James Hammond, Chris Jordan, Alex Stott, and Charlie Kille all unavailable Saints manager Gordon Kille once again had to reshuffle his squad for the visit of high-flying Wantage Town.

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.