Frome Town Biggleswade Officials L Sandoe R Burton J Dolbear Match Sponsor Frome Town Directors Ball Sponsor Laura, Sumo & Zippy Saturday 10th September 2016 Evo-Stik Southern Premier League Frome Town 2  Biggleswade 0 Frome Scorers: Jefferies (26), Davis (90) Biggleswade Scorers: None Crowd: 215 Star Man: Chris Gregan Entertainment Value: 3/5 It was a sad day for the Club following the death during the week of Tom Clark, a young man  who had been a lifelong supporter and had been instrumental in arranging the sponsorship of the Special Effects stadium ( a charity which seeks to provide video gaming facilities for severely disabled people). As a special tribute, the players warmed up in in specially printed tee shirts and prior to the match kicking off there was a minutes applause in recognition of Tom’s life and the positive effects that his cheerful persona had had on everyone involved with the Club. In the emotion of the occasion, there was no way that Frome were going to lose this one and so it proved as first half goal from Darren Jefferies gave them the lead, and a resolute defending display against a good Biggleswade side was capped right at the end with a sweetly taken goal from Jon Davis.   With Sam Teale still suffering from the knock picked up against Salisbury, Jordan Walker recovering from the hamstring strain in the same match, Mitchell Page still suspended and Marcus Mapstone just fit enough to take his place on the bench, Frome were still a long way short of a full strength squad. However, they started on a bright note and attacked the Waders goal right from the start, forcing three corners in the opening minutes but failing to make a dent on the visitors defence. However, the pressure soon told and they took the lead in the 26th as Jon Davies produced some of his customary skills on the edge of the box to  produce a lovely through ball that  Darren Jefferies ran  onto to score with a delightful drive into corner of the net. Frome were grateful to Darren Chitty in the 33rd as he pulled off a great save to deny  Biggleswade’s Daniel when he was clean through with only the keeper to beat. The second half saw the Waders come at the hosts, but Frome’s back four were up to the task and as the storm abated, the match became a midfield battle with few chances, that is until the 75th minute when Perry for the visitors shot wide with only Chitty to beat. As the final minutes ticked away, Biggleswade very nearly equalised in the 88th as a flying header hit the bar and went over for a goal kick, but then two minutes later, Frome sealed the game when Davis scored a delightful goal, hitting the ball with the outside of his boot from just inside the area and curling the ball into the corner of the net past the despairing Brown. The goal and the victory was a fitting tribute from the players and the management to a much loved supporter who will be sadly missed.  Defender Chris Gregan was awarded the H&B Tyres Man of the Match award for an excellent perfomance at left back.