Bideford

Founded in 1949, Bedeford A.F.C. first league match against the Lillywhites was on February 26th, 2013. Nichnamed the Robins, their home ground is on the Sports Ground in Kingsley Road, Bideford, North Devon.

Southern Premier (NL 3)

26.2.2013                      Bideford 2 - 1 Cambridge City                         Crowd 87                                                            Cambridge City's team was Zac Barrett, Tom Pepper, Danny Blanchett, Dave Theobald, Lee Chaffey, Adie Cambridge, Ieun Lewis, Ollie Cleaver, Hammond, Bryant and Craig Calver. Sub used for City was George Darling, who scored the Lilywhites only goal of the match.

13.4.2013                      Cambridge City 1 - 0 Bideford                         Crowd 295                                                          Cambridge City team: Barrett, Pepper, Blanchett, Theobald, Chaffey, Robbie Nightingale, Luke Allen, David Prada, Calver, Adam Marriott and Ashley Fuller. Subs used were Neil Midgeley and Hurst. Scorer for City was Marriott. It was Bideford's only visit to Milton Road.

7.12.2013                      Bideford 1 - 4 Cambridge City                                                                                                       Cambridge City team: Barrett, Pepper, Brighton, Beasant, Chaffey, Beech, Burns, Martin, Marriett, Bossman and Dawkin. No Subs used. Scorers for City were Beasant (11 minutes), Martin (25), Burns (55) and Bighton (60). Bidesford scored in the 75th minute. This match was an important top of the table clash as before the start of the match Bideford was 3rd and the Lilywhites were 4th. The victory moved us above them into 3rd place behind Hemel Hempstead and Chesham United.

19.3.2014                      Cambridge City 1 - 1 Bideford                                                                                                               Cambridge City team: Barrett, Pepper, Brighton, Beasant, Chaffey, Beech, Burns, Louis Lee, Bossman, Marriott and Dawkin. Subs used were Phillips for Bossman and Lewis for Dawkin. On a Histon pitch that was very hard and uneven, the Lilywhites struggled to play their fast flowing style. Best of this chances were few and far, despite this they hit they post in the first-half from a free kick by Robbie Burns. They were to go in front in the 57 minute with a goal from Josh Beech but the lead did not last long as Bideford soon pull all square. This was how the game finished.