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Weston make a midweek trip to Bristol as they take on Brislington in the semi-final of the Somerset Premier Cup this Wednesday, 3rd April. The match kicks off at 7:30pm.

Following Easter Monday’s thrilling 3-3 draw at Torquay United, attention now turns to a competition that The Seagulls have won four times in the last fourteen seasons, a good achievement considering the calibre of some of the other Somerset clubs participating. The last final success came in July 2019, after beating Taunton Town 2-1 in the final at the Optima Stadium.

To get to this stage of the competition, Rex Mannings worked his magic both off and on the pitch before and during the 9-0 victory over Hengrove Athletic, before a battling performance at Twerton Park saw The Seagulls oust Bath City 6-5 on penalties after a 0-0 draw after 90 minutes.

The Foxes’ journey to the semi-final has seen them overcome Welton Rovers (2-1) and Bishop Sutton (4-0), before a fine 2-0 victory at Clevedon Town in the previous round.

Brislington were in Toolstation Western League Division One action on Easter Monday. They travelled to the other side of Bristol in an away fixture at Hallen, but were on the receiving end of a 2-0 defeat. However, Brislington are well-placed in the table as they hope to make the promotion play-offs.

There will be some familiar faces in the ‘Bris’ line-up as Jordan Williams, Ben Withey, Joe McClennan and Ash Kington have all played in the white shirts of Weston with some distinction in recent seasons.

Wednesday’s game will be Weston’s first visit to Ironmould Lane since a 2-1 victory in March 2017, also at the semi-final stage of the Somerset Premier Cup. Goals from Jake Reid and Jamie Laird saw The Seagulls into the final.

With both teams now so close to the final of the competition, an intriguing encounter at Ironmould Lane awaits.


Brislington FC, Ironmould Lane, Brislington, Bristol, BS4 4TZ


Is available for supporters at the back of the ground.


From Bristol Temple Meads, there are several buses (in the direction of Bath/Keynsham) that stop at Brislington House, a short walk to and from the ground.


Adults £6, Under 14s FREE. Brislington accept card payments.


Available in Brislington’s clubhouse.

We would like to wish all of our travelling supporters a safe journey to Brislington and back, and we hope that you enjoy the match.

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