Hello and welcome back to the site. Apologies that we have not been keeping it up to date but we’ve had our hands full busying ourselves to make sure that the Club is ready to celebrate its 125 Anniversary this evening, when we welcome Saltash United to Langsford Park for a 7.30 kick-off
We’re hoping to welcome as many fans as possible through the gates this evening.
At time of writing, we’re still putting the finishing touches to the revamped Red & Black Club, which opens across its footprint this evening for the first time since February 2011. And we’ll be showing off our new players / members bar to those who didn’t get to see it on the weekend.
With a bit of luck we’ll be as prepared off the pitch as we will need to be on it when we hope to turn our fortunes around against a team twelve places above us in the league.
A lot to get done over the coming weeks, but please bear with us. And to our generous sponsors, we’ll be in touch soon about programme, ground board and matchball advertising opportunities. For those of you who have already committed to support us this season, many thanks from all at Tavistock AFC!
Next update – “What is the 125 Club and how do I join it?”
See you tonight!!!
Hello Lambs Lovers,
Whilst it might feel as though the curtain dropped on the 2012/13 season just a few weeks ago, we’re less than a day away from the start of a new campaign.
Langsford Park has been a hive of activity during the close season, with the Red & Black Club just a few weeks away from a grand re-opening – more on that soon. As ever, having had just a few weeks to overcome the hammering it took last year, the pitch has been worked on tirelessly by Richard, Derek, Rob and John to prepare it for the season ahead (please let us have a mild winter!).
A good size crowd witnessed this evenly contested game last Friday night against Elburton Villa. The scores were level after until the 84th minute at one a piece, but it was the visitors who sealed victory with two late goals. This was rough justice on the Lambs who had worked their socks off during the game, and were beaten by two goals, both having an element of luck about them.
The Lambs put in a great performance at Mount Wise to take all three points from a team that had not lost in four matches. They fully deserved their victory to bounce back after losing their last fixture at home to Camelford. This win keeps them in the top six in the league.
Camelford came from behind to deservedly take all three points at Langsford Park, ending a run of three defeats in league and cup. matches