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Here we go, New Badwell St Peter were known as Stantonbury St Peters back in the day prior to becoming New Bradwell St Peter in 1946 after Stantonbury St Peters merged with another local Club New Bradwell Corinthians who were experiencing financial difficulties at the time. The photograph was taken the season prior to Stantonbury St Peters winning the North Bucks & District League Championship in 1938/39 just before WWII broke out and the League was suspended until 1946/47 when it resumed:

New Bradwell St Peter F.C - History (archive.org)

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An old photograph of New Bradwell St Peter from around the mid 60's:  

Back row: John Chown, Roger Blow, Bruce Parker, Dave Tooley, Mick Millard, John Haynes, Joe Camozi, Dave Booden, Keith Harding, Reg Pateman (suited). Middle row: Snowy Henson senior (suited), Charlie Huckel (suited), Dave Berridge, Ray Felce, Brian Bottomley, Rod Holloway, Mick Bains, Alan Philips, Keith Levitt, Snowy Henson junior (suited), John Booden (suited). Front row: Chris Hallet, Richard Goodman, Peter Mumford, Phil Wyatt, Sam Sambrook, Kia Dydek. Child: Kevin Felce

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Photographs, courtesy of Mike Snell Photography, from Aylesbury United Reserves v New Bradwell St Peter in a 2015/16 Berks & Bucks FA Intermediate Cup First Round tie, at the Bierton Village Sports Centre on Saturday 12 September 2015. Then SSML Division One New Bradwell St Peter won 4-2 with goals from Ricardo Archer and a hat trick from Charlie Flanagan, they progressed in the competition to meet SSML Division Two Hale Leys United however lost 6-0 at their Fairford Leys headquarters, the Club were also relegated that season to Division Two for ground grading reasons:

Aylesbury United Reserves v NBSP FC 2015

 

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I'm a little surprised nobody, such as Karen, beat me to the punch as at a meeting last night the North Bucks & District League announced that their Club's had overwhelmingly voted to conclude the 2020/21 season by continuing during April and May until each team had played each other the once. The decision hasn't proved popular however surely that is far better than a 'meaningless' supplementary cup competition, the North Bucks & District League hierarchy must feel that they can't win as the main thing is that 'real football' is returning. New Bradwell St Peter Reserves can now look forward to 'completing' their Intermediate Division campaign having last seen action on Saturday 12 December when winning 2-1 at Mursley United Development, Ricci Wigg and substitute Sean Chinakidzwa scored the goals with Jamie 'Jammers' Green no doubt cursing his luck that the First team were at Berkhamsted Comrades that afternoon preventing him from returning to his spiritual home with the Reserves. The week prior to that the Reserve side entertained Great Linford and won impressively 5-1 with goals from Ryan Ramswell, Nathan Skelton and a hat trick from Conor Webb, watch this space for further details on the conclusion of New Bradwell St Peter Reserves North Bucks & District League Intermediate Division campaign:

POS   P W D L GD PTS
1 Milton Keynes Irish Athletic 9 7 0 2 25 21
2 Grendon Rangers 8 6 1 1 13 19
3 Willen First 8 6 0 2 20 18
4 Mursley United Development 9 6 0 3 2 18
5 Twyford United First 8 4 1 3 6 13
6 AFC Santander Saturday First 8 4 0 4 -6 12
7 Deanshanger Athletic First 8 3 0 5 -11 9
8 Great Linford FC Mens 8 2 2 4 -10 8
9 Tattenhoe First 8 2 2 4 -11 8
10 New Bradwell St Peter FC Reserves 8 2 1 5 -7 7
11 Buckingham United Reserves 9 2 1 6 -12 7
12 Hanslope Reserves 7 0 2 5 -9 2
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On 09/03/2021 at 22:04, Rhodes said:

watch this space for further details on the conclusion of New Bradwell St Peter Reserves North Bucks & District League Intermediate Division campaign

New Bradwell St Peter Reserves travel to basement Club Hanslope Reserves on Saturday 10 April when they resume their North Bucks & District League Intermediate Division campaign, almost four months to the day since winning 2-1 against Mursley United Development in their last outing on Saturday 12 December with Ricci Wigg and Sean Chinakidzwa on target at Station Road. The following Saturday, 17 April, Willen are pencilled in to visit the Recreation Ground having won six of their eight League matches prior to the lengthy halt to the season. The First team meanwhile have arranged to host Newport Pagnell Town Reserves in a friendly fixture on Saturday 3 April, kick off 3.00pm, unfortunately spectators are not allowed to attend, as is sadly also the case with the North Bucks & District League Intermediate Division fixtures, however presumably it is possible to inconspicuously watch all the games from some vantage point.

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A nice New Bradwell St Peter programme cover from the 2000/01 campaign, the Club had lifted the Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy the previous season, under the Management of Andy Milne and Paul Bevis, beating Milton Keynes City 3–1 on penalties at Holloways Park after a 1–1 draw after extra time:

Image 1 - NEW-BRADWELL-ST-PETER-v-ST-MARGARETSBURY-2000-2001-South-Midlands-League-Cup

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On 09/03/2021 at 02:32, Rhodes said:

An old photograph of New Bradwell St Peter from around the mid 60's:  

Back row: John Chown, Roger Blow, Bruce Parker, Dave Tooley, Mick Millard, John Haynes, Joe Camozi, Dave Booden, Keith Harding, Reg Pateman (suited). Middle row: Snowy Henson senior (suited), Charlie Huckel (suited), Dave Berridge, Ray Felce, Brian Bottomley, Rod Holloway, Mick Bains, Alan Philips, Keith Levitt, Snowy Henson junior (suited), John Booden (suited). Front row: Chris Hallet, Richard Goodman, Peter Mumford, Phil Wyatt, Sam Sambrook, Kia Dydek. Child: Kevin Felce

A young 'Mr New Bradwell St Peter' John Haynes is in the team photograph above and here is an interesting article about his life and involvement with the Club he loved:

John Haynes-MY LIFE THROUGH THE YEARS | New Bradwell, Teenage Life, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, 2010s, Creative IT Course | Living Archive

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On 24/03/2021 at 21:53, Rhodes said:

New Bradwell St Peter Reserves travel to basement Club Hanslope Reserves on Saturday 10 April when they resume their North Bucks & District League Intermediate Division campaign

New Bradwell St Peter Reserves very disappointingly went down 4-2 at Hanslope Reserves yesterday on the resumption of their North Bucks & District League Intermediate Division campaign. There was a better outcome for the First Team who beat Buckingham United 2-1 at the Recreation Ground in the first of their SSML Division Two Spring Cup Group B fixtures, it was an eventful affair with the visitors leading 1-0 at the break before all hell broke loose during the second period with cards being brandished like confetti by pernickety Referee Trevor Gregory who came in for a lot of criticism afterwards, see match highlights below courtesy of Groundhopping FC:

 

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On 09/03/2021 at 02:32, Rhodes said:

An old photograph of New Bradwell St Peter from around the mid 60's:  

Back row: John Chown, Roger Blow, Bruce Parker, Dave Tooley, Mick Millard, John Haynes, Joe Camozi, Dave Booden, Keith Harding, Reg Pateman (suited). Middle row: Snowy Henson senior (suited), Charlie Huckel (suited), Dave Berridge, Ray Felce, Brian Bottomley, Rod Holloway, Mick Bains, Alan Philips, Keith Levitt, Snowy Henson junior (suited), John Booden (suited). Front row: Chris Hallet, Richard Goodman, Peter Mumford, Phil Wyatt, Sam Sambrook, Kia Dydek. Child: Kevin Felce

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The photograph again from back in the day, great to see a young 'Mr New BradweII St Peter', aka John Haynes: 

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