Tiverton 1-0 Sholing

Boatmen were narrowly defeated on the last game of the season by a heavily deflected shot, but finished a creditable 15th place in our first ever season at this level.  A huge effort in the last month saw us get the results we needed in an incredibly tight relegation battle that went down to the wire.  However, we were only in the relegation places for 3 days this season and deserved to keep our place in this tough division.  Onwards and upwards for the Sholing, on and off the pitch !


Sholing 3-0 Swindon Supermarine

Boatmen took a massive step towards safety with a fantastic win over Supermarine. An outstanding performance saw Sholing comfortably take the 3 points to move up to 14th.  We were set on our way with a worldly of 25 yard freekick by Charlie Davis and went on to dominate the entire first half.  We continued to play great football after the break and after Hesketh got fouled in the box, Dan Mason stroked home the penalty.  His goalscoring partner Lee Wort then won the ball off a defender before drilling into the far corner for a classic Worty finish.  The maths mean we are not safe yet, but will know better our situation after midweek games by others below us before our final game at Tiverton on Saturday - Match Report


Summer Ball

To help raise funds towards Ground grading requirements & parking improvements, we are holding a "Summer Ball" on Saturday 29th June at the Leonardo Royal Hotel Southampton Grand Harbour.  Tables are £750 for 10 people and are selling very fast!  Already 75% are reserved, so act now to book yours by emailing :   Full Details on the Summer Ball Here