After a 118-day break from football, Town travelled to opponents Greyfriars Athletic and emerged with a 3-2 victory.

Town started the game well and deservedly took the lead. Cam Drew, who gave the Greyfriars defence problems all game, managed to get a pocket of space and dink a cross onto Harrison Young’s head to put Town 1-0 up.

Greyfriars responded strongly and managed to get themselves in front by half time with their only shots on target of the half.

Mike Stutt came on in centre midfield at half time and was unlucky to see his 25-yard volley saved by the keeper.

This was the start of a string of attacks for the visitors and the equaliser soon came. Henry Bennett nipped in to win the ball out wide before delivering a wicked cross into Harrison Young. Two touches later, the keeper was picking the ball out the net after a brilliant finish.

Victory was sealed for Town after James Cooke and Henry Bennett linked up out wide with Henry crossing into Jake Budd, like Harrison, he took a touch and drilled and effort into the bottom corner. 3-2 Town. A fantastic team effort with everyone putting in a solid shift.

Meanwhile, Thornbury’s first team lost 3-1 to Chipping Sodbury Town. Harry Brock scored Thornbury’s goal.