The first meeting between the Lilywhites and the current Weston Super Mare Club, who were founded in 1948, took played in 2003. They originally played at the Great Ground, which was on the corner of Locking Road and Hutton Manor Road, before in 1955 moving to Langford Road. They remained at Langford Road until moving to Woodspring Park, in 1983. This was to remain their home until they moved to the Woodspring Stadium in August 2004. The Great Ground had been the home of the original Weston Super Mare Club, who had disbanded at the out break of the Second World War.
Southern Premier (NL 2)
8.2003 Weston Super Mare 1 - 0 Cambridge City This was the only time the Lilywhites played at the old Weston Super Mare Ground, Woodspring Park,
4.2004 Cambridge City 1 - 1 Weston Super Mare Lewis Ballie scored for the Lilywhites.
Conference South (NL 2)
21.8.2004 Cambridge City 1 - 2 Weston-Super- Mare Cambridge City team: Roberts, Pope, Chaffey, Fuff, Langston, Scott, Miller, Swonnell, Sadler, Gash and Williams. Subs used were Stevenson for Gash and Binns for Pope. The scorer for the Lilywhites was Sadler in the 63rd minute.
9.4.2005 Weston Super Mare 2 - 1 Cambridge City Cambridge City team: Roberts, Pope, Spinks, Fuff, Summerscales, Scott, Miller, Fiskin, Robinson, Sadler and Binns. Subs used were B Smith for Spinks, Gash for Sadler and Williams for Scott. Gash scored for the Lilywhites. Spinks was making his debut for the Lilywhites. The first time that the Lilywhites visited Weston Super Mare's new ground, Westspring Stadium.
13.8.2005 Cambridge City 3 - 0 Weston Super Mare Cambridge City team: Millard, Pope, Jarrett, Fuff, Langston, Southon, Dobson, Molesley, Sadler, Booth and Binns. Subs used were Parmenter for Jarrett, Scott for Dobson and Robbie Simpson for Sadler. This opening day of the season saw the Lilywhites win through goals by Molesley, Booth and Simpson. It was also the first time that the Lilywhites had beaten Weston Super Mare.
7.1.2006 Weston Super Mare 1 - 3 Cambridge City Cambridge City team: Naisbitt, Pope, Chaffey, Fuff, Langston, Josh Simpson, Molesley, Lincoln, Robbie Simpson, Booth and Binns. Subs used were Dobson for Molesley, Gash for Booth and Kennedy for Lincoln. The Lilywhites do the double over Weston Super Mare thanks to goals by Robbie Simpson, Josh Simpson and Michael Gash.
4.11.2006 Cambridge City 2 - 3 Weston Super Mare Cambridge City team: Naisbitt, Pope, Chaffey, Coe, Fuff, Bowditch, Sinclair, Baillie, Lincoln, Midgley and Radcliffe. Subs used were Roache for Lincoln, Mooniaruck for Sinclair and Henry for Chaffey. The goalscorers for the Lilywhites were Midgley and Bowditch from the penalty spot.
10.3.2007 Weston Super Mare 0 - 1 Cambridge City Cambridge City team: Naisbitt, Pope, Blanchett, Chaffey, Fuff, Bowditch, Baillie, Lincoln, Midgley, Gash and Henry. Subs used were Roache for Midgley and Staff for Henry. Lincoln scored the only goal of the match for the Lilywhites.
3.11.2007 Weston Super Mare 0 - 1 Cambridge City Cambridge City team: Herbert, Bruce, Radcliffe, Chaffey, Theobald, Bowditch, Midgley, Josh Simpson, Gash, Thomas and Fuller. No subs were used, while Michael Gash scored the only goal of the match for the Lilywhites.
12.4.2008 Cambridge City 5 - 1 Weston Super Mare Cambridge City team: Shaun Herbert, Joe Bruce, Craig Radcliffe, Lee Chaffey, Dave Theobald, Stephen Smith, Scott Neilson, Josh Simpson, Michael Gash, Sherringham and Ashley Fuller. Subs used were Mark E'Beyer for Smith, Drew Roberts for Neilson and Nick Mountford for Bruce. Charlie Sherringham scored a hat-trick for the Lilywhites, with the only two goals being scored by Josh Simpson. Nineteen year old Charlie Sherringham was the son of former Tottenham and England star, Teddy Sherringam. This was the last time that Weston Super Mare visited the Lilywhites at Milton Road.
Cambridge City v Weston Super Mare, 2008