Following on from a strong pre-season showing and with the addition of some excellent new players, Civil Service were disappointed to come away from the first game with a defeat. Having led 2-0 after 20 minutes, a lack of concentration was punished severely by the Kington Town Reserves Team. However, the reverse fixture at the end of the month saw CSFC come out 3-0 winners in a hard fought match. A splendid third goal from Jack Gough gave the side breathing space and a second clean sheet in 2 games was delivered.
In between, the side produced an impressive 10-0 win over Marden to get their first league points on the board and an even more impressive 4-2 win over First Division Bartestree Reserves in the HFA Junior Cup.
Overall a very good September that gives the team something to build on this season, with more players looking to be signed this is the strongest squad in recent seasons. Hopefully, October delivers similar results and performances.