Thornbury Town are offering discounted entry of just £3 for admission and a programme to Bristol City, Bristol Rovers and Forest Green season ticket holders to the match to celebrate Non-League Day.

Thornbury take on rock bottom New College Swindon this Saturday. New College have lost all six of their league games so far and Thornbury have the chance to climb to third as teams above them are involved in cup matches.

Leading up to this weekend's game, Thornbury made it four wins in five in all competitions after they put in one of their most dominant performances of the season against Malmesbury Victoria.

Luke Franklin opened the scoring on 35 minutes after he latched on to a ball threaded through the middle of the Vics defence.

Malmesbury were awarded a penalty a minute before half time when the ball adjudged to hit Pete Fowler on the arm despite Thornbury feeling it hit his chest. Shane Bumphrey finished from the spot to score his 14th of the season.

Thornbury got a penalty for themselves on the hour mark and Craig Lancastle sent the goalkeeper the wrong way to restore Thornbury’s lead.

Marcus Wormwell then wrapped up the game with five minutes to go after Asher Budd linked up with Aaron Clarke and pulled the ball back to Wormwell just outside the six yard mark who’s deflected shot looped over two of the Malmesbury defenders.

On Tuesday night, Thornbury lost 3-1 to Almondsbury last in the Subsidiary. Craig Lancastle scored another penalty to make it 1-1 just after the break, but Almondsbury came out deserved winners in the end.