THERE is no football at Zembard Lane tomorrow, as Chard Town's first team travel to Warminster Town (ko 3pm).

The Robins go into the match off the back of a fine win in the Somerset Premier Cup, having dispatched Keynsham Town 2-0 on Wednesday night.

The hosts took the lead on the half-hour, as Steve Friend was fouled just outside the penalty box and Max Westlake stepped up to float a delicate but deadly accurate free-kick into the top corner.

The win was secured in the 64th minute, when James Boyland showed fine skill to control the ball, turn his defender and find Friend, who finished with aplomb. 

Chard manager Jamie Manley is likely to be without Ryan Parris for the Warminster match, as he is due a one-match ban for his red card against Wells City last weekend.

The Robins are currently fourth in the Toolstation Western League First Division table, with Warminster 14th.

Chard's Reserves, meanwhile, go to Hatherleigh Town tomorrow, looking to do the ‘double’ over their opponents in Division 1 of the Macron Devon & Exeter League (ko 3pm).


FOR Ilminster Town, tomorrow brings a Somerset County League Premier & Division 1 Cup tie, with Bath-based Odd Down the visitors to the Archie Gooch Pavilion.

The match kicks off at 3pm and will go straight to penalties in the event of a draw.

Combe St Nicholas host Street Reserves in the Division 2 & 3 Cup tomorrow (ko 3pm).

On Sunday, Ilminster Town Ladies entertain Callington Town Ladies, Ilminster Reserves host Ash Rangers Ladies, Combe Ladies go to Pen Mill Reserves, and Crewkerne Rangers are away to Hutton Ladies (all ko 2pm).