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Caldicot Town are pleased to announce the signing of Tyrone Tucker-Dixon who has passed international clearance and is available for this Saturdays fixture away at Pontypridd. 

Tyrone, a former junior member of the club and son of former player Tyrone Tucker-Dixon Snr, has played for Bristol Rovers and more recently Paulton Rovers and will provide some fire power going forward.

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Oh, Whats Occurring!

Golden Boot....Table updated 4 December - Luke Evans was the big mover on the goal scorer chart as he pulled level with Mikaela Roberts on 14 goals. A hatrick from last years winner of the golden boot, Tyler Wilson has also put the youngster in contention as the table hots up.

Predictor........Don't forget to have a go at guessing the score for the three selected weekend fixtures available behind the bar. Prize money pot is growing fast so don't miss out on getting your hand on hundreds of £££ in time for Xmas shopping or spending it in the club on Beer!!! NOW AT £400

Congratulations.......To Caldicot Town first team who claimed the "Team of the Month" for October and also to Tony Wallis who claimed "Manager of the Month" also for October. Well done to you Tony and all the coaching team and also the squad.


Weekend Results

Friday 1 December 2017

Welsh League Reserve Division East

Caldicot Town Reserves 2 - 2 Bridgend Street Reserves

Caldicot came from behind under the lights at Jubilee Way to secure a draw with both goals coming from in form striker Luke Evans

Saturday 2 December 2017

Welsh League Division 2

STM Sports 4 - 2 Caldicot Town

Caldicot lost their second game on the bounce as STM completed a league double over Town. Richard Sharratt returned to the midfield where once again Tony Wallis's team started off brightly on the 3G surface of the Cardiff Sports fields in Llanrumney. 

The hosts came close and could have taken an early lead had it not been for a couple of smart saves from Ben Davidson who replaced the injured Gareth Wesson in the Caldicot goal. Town found their rhythm and forced several set pieces, mainly throw-ins which are as good as crosses when delivered well by Ashley Palmer. One such occasion gave Jacob Guy the opportunity to give Caldicot the lead when he headed powerfully after losing his marker to give Town the lead.

STM came back at Caldicot who were on top at this stage but on 25 minutes the home side equalised after a powerful header from their centre half gave Davidson no chance to make it 1-1. From this point, the home side started to get a strangle hold of the game although the scores remained level at the break.

The second half started off with both teams going full on, but it would be Caldicot who would regain the lead through skipper Matt James. Another delivery into the area saw James win his personal battle to head against the crossbar and back out but James reacted the fastest as he smashed the half volley into the back of the STM net to put Town 2-1 up.

Now back in control, Town looked to kill off the game although it was at this stage that took a turn for the worse for Tony Wallis's boys as like the week before a goal was disallowed for off side which seemed nigh on impossible as when Richard Sharratt scored the disallowed goal, two STM defenders were on the line? Still if Sharratt was adjudged to have been offside then Ok. The free-kick however was taken completely from the wrong place and as Caldicot's players were still celebrating, STM were off and running and attacking the Caldicot goal with a numerical advantage which they capitalised on to equalise. 

The STM players, officials and fans would have been equally unpleased had this been the other way round however the noise levels increased dramatically as they could sense their visitors were somewhat rocked by that goal. More agony was to follow after as an STM drive forward saw an unopposed player smash a well struck shot passed Davidson who's view had been blocked. 

Now I explain it as unopposed as the referee unfortunately collided with Olly Smith in the centre of the field which sent both tumbling down. This is the area where the STM player surged through before scoring his well struck shot, but part of me thinks it may have been different had it not been for the unfortunate collision with the match official. The home bench and fans went wild and an unfortunate incident in which a home fan though it would be good to get in on the action by jumping the barrier to celebrate in front of the Caldicot dugout was maybe uncalled for but the game was exciting I suppose.

Now trailing 3-1, Town were struggling to find that inner belief that they could rescue a point as STM were in the ascendancy. Tucker-Dixon again showed promise and saw a good effort saved whilst Olly Smith was unluck for the second week in a row to have hit the woodwork with a free-kick. STM clinched the game with a fourth late on in what was an entertaining affair between two sides hoping to be top three contenders come the end of the campaign. 

Next week see's the visit of Garden Village to Jubilee Way. Village although beaten by us in the seasons opening game have been on a good run so once more, another tough game awaits the boys. 

East Gwent Division


Caldicot Town 3rds 3 - 2 Underwood 

Town's up and down season continued under new boss Christian McConnell on Saturday, as they recovered from last weekends heavy loss to Thornwell A, to beat Underwood at home in this tight affair. Two goals from Owen Joseph and a Luke Evans goal ensured Town took the points on offer. Caldicot now sit 7th out of the 15 strong league table.

Sunday 3 December 2017

Gwent County Youth Division  

Caldicot Town Youth 4 - 1 Caerleon Youth 

Last seasons winner of the Golden Boot, Tyler Wilson claimed a hatrick on Sunday to move him on to 12 goals for the season, just two behind joint leader Luke Evans, who added another goal to his weekend tally where he scored two on Friday night for the reserves, followed up by a goal on Saturday for the third team to make it a weekend total of 4 goals. Town sit 8th out of 16 in the league although they have a few games in hand that could see them elevated to third in the table should they win these games in hand.

Welsh Premier Womens League - League Cup

Caldicot Town Ladies 0 - 3 Cardiff Met Uni Ladies

South Wales Womens & Girls League Division Two  

Merthyr Town Ladies 2 - 3 Caldicot Ladies Development 

The Ladies Development side edged a close game away from home yesterday with goals coming from Carys Soper, Natalie Rostron and Taylor Fitzgerald

Caldicot Town AFC - Upcoming League & Cup Fixtures


 Caldicot Team



 Venue & KO


 Caldicot Town
 Garden Village

WL 2

Home 2.00pm
 09 Dec17
 Caldicot Reserves


Away 2.00pm
09 Dec 17
 Caldicot 3rds
Mathern A


 Home 2.15pm
 30 Dec 17
 Caldicot Youth

  GC Youth

Home 2.15pm
10 Dec 17
 Caldicot Ladies
     Caernarfon Town

 WP League

Away 2.00pm
 10 Dec 17
 Caldicot Ladies Dev
 Barry Town Dev
Home  2.00pm
26 Nov 17
 Cil-y-coed Celts
Away 10.30am
12 Nov 17

Caldicot Town AFC - New Kit Supplier


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New Stand Build & Dugouts Completed

Well done to all involved in getting the 140 seat stand built in 6 days. See the below slide show showing the construction through those days. A side gate for disability access has also now been completed. New also for season 2017 are two new dugouts situated back over near the old stand. A big thanks to Mark Watkins for the block work and for all those others who helped in painting and fitting them out.

  • Day 6 - Finished Article
    Day 6 - Finished Article
  • Day 1 - Before we start
    Day 1 - Before we start
  • Day 1
    Day 1
  • Day 3 - Clearing and digging out
    Day 3 - Clearing and digging out
  • Day 4
    Day 4
  • Day 4 - Foundations in
    Day 4 - Foundations in
  • Day 5 - Concrete base laid
    Day 5 - Concrete base laid
  • Day 6 - Part 1 of pre built stand is lowered into place
    Day 6 - Part 1 of pre built stand is lowered into place
  • Day 6 - Pre Built Stand part 2 lowered into place
    Day 6 - Pre Built Stand part 2 lowered into place
  • Day 6 - Two parts bolted together
    Day 6 - Two parts bolted together
  • Day 6 - Inside out view with security cages on show. Can be removed on match days
    Day 6 - Inside out view with security cages on show. Can be removed on match days
  • Block work completed by Mark Watkins
    Block work completed by Mark Watkins
  • Painted with Roof frame fitted
    Painted with Roof frame fitted
  • Bench seats painted and fixed in place and Blue coated Aluminium roofs fitted
    Bench seats painted and fixed in place and Blue coated Aluminium roofs fitted
  • Coat pegs fitted
    Coat pegs fitted
Day 6 - Finished Article
Day 6 - Finished Article