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The official match day programme for Poole Town v Barnstaple Town

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Main SponsorSaturday, 12th September The Emirates FA Cup First Qualifying RoundPoole Town FCMatch sponsorPortman StoneBall SponsorCliff and Kathy GoddardV Barnstaple Town Official matchday programme 2Issue 5WELCOME TO TATNAMTHE STRONGESTADHESIVEYOU CAN BUY!Official website: www.pooletownfc.co.uk 2WELCOME TO TATNAMCLUB HONOURSHampshire League Div 11999-00Wessex League Premier Division2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11Southern League Div 1 SW2012-13Western League1956-57Southern League Cup2014-15Western Football League Cup1956-57Trophyman Cup1997-98, 1998-99Dorset Senior Cup189495, 189697, 189899, 190102, 190304, 190607, 192526, 192627, 193738, 194647, 197475, 198889, 199798, 200809, 201213, 201314ChairmanClive RobbinsVice ChairmanChris ReevesCommercial DirectorMark BumfordFacilities DirectorRod TaylorDirectorPippa DanielsSecretary Bill ReidFirst Team ManagerTom KillickHead CoachCallum BrooksAssistant ManagerJames WoodPhysioBen HayesKit ManPaul AyleyAssistant Kit ManShane LanchburyGoalkeeping CoachRobbie YatesGroundsmanChris KellySafety OfficerAndrew Ballington-JamesProgramme EditorJack AmeyProgramme ContributorMichael LingbergProgramme ContributorSteve ParkPASteve ParkClub PhotographerAndy OrmanHospitalityEllie BumfordPRJane JonesSupporters Club ChairPippa DanielsBar/Catering/Site ManagerDick ThomasKitchen SupervisorLiz GowerCLUB OFFICIALSCLUB INFORMATIONClub offices: 153 High Street, Poole, Dorset. BH15 1AUTelephone: 01202 674425Fax: 01202 681187Ground address: Oakdale School, Tatnam Ground, School Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH15 3JRCAPTAINS NOTESJamie WhiskenClub CaptainFacebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)3Afternoon all. So its FA cup day, days every player looks forward to each season, its the unknown of whats ahead, could this be the year we make history for the club?! You ask yourself the same question each year, but once again 1st round proper is our aim. Im desperate to lead the club there, somewhere it hasnt been, but its a long way off right now and in our way today in Barnstable Town, a lower league club but as we all know, that means nothing in this competition and Im sure it will be a tough tie!We had a successful bank holiday weekend, picking up six points and finishing it in style smashing a poor Frome side here on the Monday. Unfortunately since then we failed to pick up points in a long trip up to Kings Lynn. The club were great and put us all up there on the Friday night, preparation was per-fect, unfortunately myself and Walker were suspended for that game, not ideal at all but thats football. Lewis [Lindsay] and Spetch came in for us and I thought they both did very well. We lost the game 3-2 but did so well after going 2-0 and showed great character to come back to 2-2, to then concede late on was a hard pill to swallow but we have to learn from it and move on. Weve improved massive-ly in recent weeks and as a team are gaining confidence game by game, lets hope thats continues today! Get behind the lads!Up the DolphinsTelephone: 01202 292907www.swr.uk.netJob of the week:Electro/Mechanical Assembler 8-9 P/H, Bmth.South WestRECRUITMENT Residential, commercial and development conveyancing / property matters Divorce and other family and children issues. Fixed fee divorces Wills, Probate and Trusts, Lasting Powers of Attorney, the Law and the Elderly Personal Injury/Accident claims (No Win No Fee available) Construction and Contractual disputes Crime/Police Station Advice/ Motoring offences Employment issues/claims & Business/Company/Commercial/Partnership matters Legal aid availableWe are an approved Member of Accident LineAccident Line is the only personal injury referral scheme endorsed by The Law SocietyA Criminal Defence Service Lawyer A Community Legal Aid LawyerFriendly, straightforward, efficient Expert legal advice and legal services for you and your family.www.jacobsreeves.co.ukPoole153 High Street, Poole Telephone: 01202 674425Wimborne25 East Street, Wimborne BH21 1DUTelephone: 01202 880382S O L I C I TO R SBOARDROOM NOTESClive RobbinsChairmanThis afternoon I would like to extend a warm welcome to the Directors, Players and Supporters of Barnstaple Town FC. who have not, to the best of my knowledge, been to Tatnam Farm before. I know some of our more clued up supporters may tell me Im wrong but welcome to our Devon visitors anyway and a hope for a competitive match in the true spirit of Non League.The start of this 2015/16 Season has been a bit like the curates egg - good in parts. I have worried since last April that it would take a long time for our lads to get over the title being snatched away by Corby in such nerve tingling fashion and our subsequent play off defeat at the hands of St.Neots. However, the squad, virtually intact from the previous sea-son started off in impressive fashion against Kettering one of the fancied new boys in our Premier League. This was followed by a hard fought draw away at Hungerford and a scintillating away win at St.Neots which went some way towards avenging our play off result. Against a rejuvenated Chippenham side we were distinctly second best and did not perform to our usual standards on the night losing 1-3. I did not attend the Merthyr game but under-stand it was a fair result given the strength of our visitors. I did however, go to Slough and was im-pressed by our performance against a dour but uninventive opposition which resulted in a good and convincing win. We then had the goal feast against Frome who are among my favourites for relegation this term. It was therefore, with confidence, that we faced the long trip to Kings Lynn and our preparation was as good as it could be with an overnight stay to avoid playing immediately after a 250 mile trip. Unfortunately, and despite our best efforts, we lost a close contest by the odd goal and it must have been a dejected atmosphere on the way home. Such atmospheres are thank-fully rare on the Poole Town coach and only a fool or a sublime optimist would expect us not to have the odd blip along the way to our Championship. I say this not in vain hope but in a genuine ex-pectancy that we will get better as the year goes on and that we probably have the best squad of players in the league. It is vital that we win today as both the excitement of the competition and the prize money it brings are pivotal in sustaining our growth as a club. I am not being disrespectful to Barnstaple when I say we are favourites to win being the senior club but as we all know this is the F.A.Cup and anything can happen! Lets make sure it is a clinical performance from the boys this afternoon and I can go to a friends 70th birthday tonight with a smile on my face. One caveat to the above optimism is that we cannot go forward without increasing crowd support and I would urge all those of you who are committed to The Cherries to come on down to us when it is impossible for you to attend a Home match because of ticket limitations. Obviously you have your first preferences in AFCB but we would love to see you more regularly here in Poole to enjoy our own brand of hospitality and entertainment.Buy your usual 50/50 ticket and maybe one more this week!Clive Robbins.Chairman. PS. Litter is still a problem so please use the bins provided.. Official website: www.pooletownfc.co.uk 6MATCH REPORT MATCH REPORT3 2FryattClumanMulreadyOGRobertsPooles five game unbeaten streak on the road spanning four months finally came to an end after a spirited performance ended in a 3-2 loss to Kings Lynn.Pooles first ever fixture against the newly formed Kings Lynn town ended in defeat, after coming back from 2-0 to 2-2, before the Linnets snatched all three points with 13 minutes to go.Poole were obviously without the suspended defensive duo of Jamie Whisken and Michael Walker, mean-ing that Steve Devlin was Captain. However, Killicks matchday squad was strengthened with the returns of Lewis Lindsay and Keith Emmerson, from injury and illness respectively, and attacking jewel Luke Burbidge, coming back into the side after being on holiday.Neither side got a real grip on the game in the early stages, as both sides had multiple attacks, with the hosts content with shooting from range in the opening exchanges. Will Spetch, playing at centre back for the first time this season, was involved in some very good defending, with some well timed blocks and tackles.After about ten minutes, Poole slow-ly grew into the games, as good link up play between the attackers caused a few problems for the Linnets defence. However, the first goal of the game came from a corner Ryan Fryatt getting on the end of a cross to poke the ball home in the 22nd minute to give the hosts a goal advantage.Like last week out at Slough, Poole almost made an immediate response, as Burbidge broke free, with Gillespie running in support. Burbidge laid it off to Gillespie, who fired high over the bar as the ball cruelly bounced up at the wrong moment, a golden opportu-nity wasted.Poole slowly turned up the heat, Gillespie fashioning a good chance for himself, before missing the target again. Sadly, Gillespie picked up an injury, which brought an abrupt end to his afternoon, being replaced with Connell in the 40th minute. The last Twitter: @PooleTownFCFacebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)7COMP League DATE 05/09/15 REPORT Jack TannerMATCH REPORT MATCH REPORTchance of the half came to the home side, as Hutchings did well to get down to a low shot to his right.There were no changes at the break, and two minutes into the second half, Roberts went on a mazy run, beating two defenders before succumbing to a foul. The resultant free kick was cleared, but only to Lewis Tallack, who whipped it back onto the head of Roberts, who placed it high and wide.In the 55th minute, Cluman spotted Nick Hutchings off his line, and quickly placed the ball over the keeper into the back of the net. Killick obviously saw the need for a tactical switch up, as activity on the bench saw Luke Holmes come on for Pettefer in the 58th minute.As Poole were looking for a way back into the game, they won a foul on the halfway line, which was whipped in by Devlin, only to find the head of Kern Miller, who promptly flicked the ball past the despairing arms of his own keeper, into the bottom right of the net. 20 minutes left, and one goal for the Dolphins needed to bring a point back from the East coast. That goal arrived in the form of Luke Roberts, as a minute after Jamie Gleeson came on for Marvin Brooks, managed to fire the ball into the net after a goal-line scramble, much to the delight of the Poole fans behind the goal.Their joy was short lived, as Linnet substitute Sam Mulready did very well to fire an unstoppable shot past Hutchings to wrap up all three points in the 77th minute.Pooles long balls into the box were for naught as they were quite easily dealt with the physical presence of the Kings Lynn defenders, one of which, No.4, was booked for going in late on Steve Devlin, who clearly didnt appreciate the foul, receiving a yellow card for his reaction.Sadly, Pooles pressure failed to pay off, meaning the Dolphins 440 mile trip was in vain. A season is not won or lost in a game at this stage, so onwards to our next challenge, where we begin our FA Cup game at home to Barnstaple Town of North Devon. They currently reside in the Western Premier League, after winning the Western Division One last year.Twitter: @PooleTownFC 8Facebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)The Fans ViewJack Tanner gives his view on the match:Pooles spirited comeback was all for naught as we fell at the last hur-dle. With the odds stacked against us, (missing key players in defence and the long trip) a performance that did the travelling fans proud, with some good spells playing some nice football. Onwards to the FA Cup!TOM TALKSFacebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)9Tom KillickFirst Team ManagerToday we welcome Barnstaple for this FA Cup tie. I have had favour-able reports about Barnstaple and they will provide a big test. The FA cup creates so much excitement at this level of football and I am desperate for us to have a good run. Having said that if you look beyond your first game you normally come unstuck. We just need to make sure we are as good as we can be today and hope thats enough to progress.Last weekend was a big set back for us. The club were brilliant in funding the cost of the team staying overnight on the Friday so we could have the best preparation possible. We stayed in a really good Hotel and did everything as professionally as possible. Unfortunately, we conceded three terrible goals from a defensive point of view albeit the second was brilliantly executed. That was too much for us to get anything from the game, although at 2-2 we looked by far the most likely winners only to concede two minutes after getting on level terms. Although it was a long journey it was a great ground and a really good atmo-sphere. Personally, I dont mind doing the miles if you play in a decent atmosphere with a reasonable crowd. Our supporters who travelled deserve great credit for turning up in such good numbers it really does demonstrate a huge passion and commitment for the team and is hugely appreciated.I was really pleased to see both Will Spetch and Lewis Lindsay back in our starting XI last weekend. They are both brilliantly talented players and if they can both stay fit I have no doubt they will greatly enhance our chances of being successful . Will needs 3 or 4 more games to be back to his very best but he will get there.I am due to watch the u21s in action tonight (Wednes-day) and then the U18s tomorrow and it gives me great pleasure to see the quality young players we have associated with or club and if you get the opportunity to watch either the u18s and or the u21s please do so . Not only do they deserve our full support but the standard is very high.The League table makes slightly dis-appointing viewing for us at the moment but things are very congested and all the signs are that it will be a very open title race this year. We need to stay consis-tent and focused and make sure we are in the mix come February/March. If we are then I think we will be difficult to stop as I firmly believe we will learn from the mistakes we made during last seasons run in. Its the old clich about not getting too carried away with victories or demor-alised by defeats that is the key. If you lose you need the strength of character to bounce back quickly and if you are winning games you mustnt allow any complacency to creep in.Anyway, today is a nice distraction from our league campaign and I hope everyone enjoys the occasion and we can put on a top performance that will get us through to the next round. I urge you to encourage the players as much as possible today it really does help. Tom Unit 16, 12 Aireld Road, Christchurch, Dorset, BH23 3TGwww.portmanstone.com | duncan@portmanstone.com01202 484340Opening: Monday Friday 9am 5pm and Saturdays 9am 1pmHandcrafted in Christchurch, DorsetWe always deliver more than expectedFree Sink and TapTerms and Conditions applyOfficial website: www.pooletownfc.co.uk 12IN THE PASTON THIS DAY(Home score first)2000Mayflower West Wight V Poole TownP-PDue to fuel crisis2007Verwood Town V Poole Town0-3Lammali, S Smith, T Smith2009Willand Rovers V Poole Town1-02011Taunton Town v Poole TownJoyce, PrestonV Barnstaple Town(Poole Town score first)2009/10H 7-2 - FA Cup1956/57H 2-1, A 3-0 - League1955/56H 2-1, A 4-0 - League1954/55H 0-0, A 3-2 - LeagueH 2-1 - Cup1953/54H 3-1, A 0-3Season Pos Division2014/15 1 Western Football League Division 12013/14 2 Western Football League Division 12012/13 20 Western Football League Premier Division2011/12 15 Western Football League Premier Division2010/11 11 Western Football League Premier DivisionSECRETARYS NOTESWELCOME BACK:Welcome back to Tatnam this afternoon for our first Cup game of the new season, today we are in Emirates F.A. Cup 1st Quali-fying Rd action and our visitors are Barnsta-ple Town who have made the trip up from Devon. Welcome to all from Barnstaple and our refereeing team and we wish all a safe journey home. TODAYS CUP FORMAT:Todays game is over 90 minutes there will be no extra time or penalties. Should a replay be required it will be this Tuesday 15th September at Barnstaple Town FC, Mill Road, Barnstaple, Devon, EX31 1JQ with a 7.45 pm kick off. The game format for a replay will be over 90 minutes + 30 minutes extra time and penalties if required. The draw for the 2nd Qualifying Rd it will take place on Monday 14th September the draw details are usually out by around lunch-time visit TheFA.com. BARNSTAPLE TOWN FA CUP RECORD IN 2015/16:Barnstaple started out on the 15th August in the Extra Preliminary Rd with a 2 0 home win over fellow Western Premier side - Wil-land Rovers. Then in the Preliminary Rd on Saturday 29th August they won 2 0 again at home v Bridgwater Town from the EvoStik Division 1 South & West. EVO-STIK SOUTHERN LEAGUE PREMIER FIXTURE NEWS:Next up on Saturday 19th September is an-other long trip this time to Biggleswade Town which is on the Bedfordshire/Cambridgeshire border, usual 3.00 pm kick off. Then on Tuesday 22nd it is a local derby at Tatnam v Dorchester Town, the following Saturday the 26th is Emirates F.A. Cup 2nd Qualifying Rd day so it all depends on today or Tuesday as to what we will be doing on that particular day. A midweek trip to Bideford in Devon to finishes off the month on Tuesday 29th Sep-tember 7.45 pm.WITH THE CUP COMPETITIONS GETTING UNDERWAY PLEASE KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR FIXTURE CHANGES. EVO-STIK SOUTHERN LEAGUE NEWS: The latest managerial change is at Frome Town who have terminated the contract of Adrian Foster ex Gillingham Town and replaced him with Nick Bunyard.CUP NEWS:Emirates F.A. Cup 1st Qualifying Rd Home v Barnstaple TownSaturday 12th September 3.00 pm. F.A. Trophy 1st Qualifying Rd Away v Merthyr Tn Sat 31/10/15 F.A. Youth Cup Preliminary Rd Away v Bournemouth Poppies Thursday 10th Sep-tember 7.00 pm Dorset Senior Cup - 1st Rd draw Home to Shaftesbury Town on Tuesday 3rd Novem-ber 7.45 pm. The Womens F.A. Cup 2nd Qualifying Rd Away v New Forest LFC Sunday 20th September at Lyndhurst FC 2.00 pm.AWAY COACH TRAVEL NEWS: If a coach runs for Barnstaple it will leave at 3.00 pm.The coach for Biggleswade Town on Sat-urday 19th will leave from Tatnam Co-op at 9.00 am. Bideford coach also 3.00 pm. Awaiting information as to whether coach-es will run to Barnstaple or Bideford or if other arrangements will be made regarding travel. As before bookings at the club office (behind the main dressing room block) see Bill or Daphne. YOURS IN SPORT BILL REID. Facebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)13PLAYER PROFILES PLAYER PROFILESUnofficial forum: samspud.proboards.com15Nick HutchingsGoalkeeperSponsored byAvailable to sponsorOfficial website: www.pooletownfc.co.ukLewis TallackDefenderSponsored byRobTheShirt and DomMichael WalkerDefenderSponsored bySylvia PalmerJamie WhiskenDefenderSponsored byMichael and Mari-yln GowerWill SpetchDefenderSponsored bySynergy Hair Salon, PooleJack DicksonDefenderSponsored byAvailable to sponsorLewis LindsayDefenderSponsored byEddie MitchellChad CollinsGoalkeeperSponsored byAvailable tosponsorTom KillickManagerSponsored byPippa Daniels in memory of Richard WigmoreCallum BrooksHead CoachSponsored byAvailable to sponsorRobbie YatesGoalkeeping CoachSponsored byMike ChristopherJames WoodAssistant ManagerSponsored byAvailable tosponsorPLAYER PROFILES PLAYER PROFILESUnofficial forum: samspud.proboards.com Official website: www.pooletownfc.co.ukJamie GleesonMidfielderSponsored byEddie MitchellKeith EmmersonMidfielderSponsored byPippa DanielsCarl PetteferMidfielderSponsored byThe Dorset YellowsCarl PrestonMidfielderSponsored byLiving Interiors by Contour Home DesignSteve Devlin MidfielderSponsored bySylvia PalmerLuke BurbidgeMidfielderSponsored byMarilyn and Michael GowerMarvin BrooksMidfielderSponsored byPippa DanielsJamie DavidsonMidfielderSponsored byPippa DanielsLuke RobertsForwardSponsored byAvailable to sponsorRichard GillespieForwardSponsored bywww.city-inves-tors-circle.com16Luke HolmesMidfielderSponsored byEddie MitchellAlan ConnellForwardSponsored byPTFC Commercial DepartmentMEET THE OPPOSITION MEET THE OPPOSITIONUnofficial forum: samspud.proboards.com17 Official website: www.pooletownfc.co.ukSTEVEN OLIVER GOALKEEPERJOINED THIS SEASON FROM CLOSE NEIGH-BOURS BIDEFORD AFC . A VERY EXPERI-ENCED AND QUALITY GOALKEEPER WHOSE PREVIOUS CLUBS ALSO INCLUDE TOR-RINGTON AND ILFRACOMBE . OLLY IS A BIG PERSONALITY BOTH ON AND OFF THE PITCH ALTHOUGH HE MIGHT BE A BIT SLOW ON THE UPTAKE , HE WILL PROVE TO BE A QUALITY ACQUISITION TO THE SQUAD.JIMMY THORNE GOALKEEPERJIM IS ANOTHER BARNSTAPLE LAD AND A KEEPER WHO HAS SPENT THE LAST 2 SEA-SONS AT THE CLUB AND IS EVER IMPROVING. JIM HAS A FANTASTIC ATTITUDE AND HAS BECOME A VERY GOOD KEEPER WHO IS AL-WAYS WILLING TO LEARN A GREAT LAD AND PLAYER WHO HAS BEEN A VITAL PART OF THE TEAMS SUCCESS IN THE PAST COUPLE OF YEARS.NIALL HEENEY MIDFIELDNIALL IS A PLAYER WHO HAS AN ABUN-DANCE OF TALENT AND IS CONFIDENT ON THE BALL , AND SOMEONE WHO CAN CON-TROL THE PACE OF A GAME. LIKES A GOAL AND WILL BE ANOTHER GREAT SIGNING FOR THE CLUB.AARON HARPER PENMAN ( CAPTAIN) CEN-TRE BACKAARON RE- JOINED HIS HOMETOWN CLUB AS CAPTAIN IN THE SUMMER OF 2013 FROM BIDEFORD AFC. THE CAPTURE OF AARON SHOWED NOT ONLY THE INTENT OF THE CLUB TO BUILD A GOOD LOCAL TEAM, BUT ALSO SHOWED THE FAITH AARON HAS IN THE CLUB AND HIS TEAMMATES. A QUALITY CENTRE HALF WHO WEARS HIS HEART ON HIS SLEEVE.LEE FRANCIS -( VICE CAPTAIN ) - CENTRE/ RIGHT MIDFIELDTHE FORMER ILFRACOMBE TOWN PLAYER SIGNED FOR HIS HOME TOWN SIDE IN THE SUMMER OF 2013 AND BRINGS SOLIDITY TO THE MIDFIELD THIS SEASON. A PLAYER WHO IS COMFORTABLE ON THE BALL, HAS GREAT ATHLETICISM, STRONG IN THE TACKLE AND HAS AN EYE FOR GOAL. LEE IS DELIGHTED TO BE BACK AT BARNSTAPLE TOWN FC , THE CLUB HE PLAYED FOR THROUGHOUT HIS YOUTH AND ITS NICE TO SEE LEE BACK AT THE CLUB.JACK JENKINS CENTRE MIDFIELDJACK SIGNED IN THE SUMMER OF 2013 FROM BOCA SENIORS AND CAME HERE WITH A REPUTATION AS ONE OF THE MOST GIFTED PLAYERS IN THE AREA. A HARD WORKING PLAYER WHO IS ALWAYS LOOKING TO GET ON THE BALL AND PLAY ONE OF HIS KILLER PASSES. A PLAYER WITH GREAT TECHNICAL ABILITY , AWARENESS AND A LOVELY FIRST TOUCH. ANOTHER LOCAL PLAYER.KYLE PAINE RIGHT MIDFIELDA TALENTED YOUNG WIDE PLAYER PLUCKED FROM NORTH DEVON PREMIER DIVISION WINNERS TORRIDGESIDE IN THE SUMMER OF 2013. KYLE WAS THEIR STAR PERFORMER. AN ATTACKING WIDE PLAYER WITH A GOOD FIRST TOUCH, GREAT CROSSER AND AN EYE FOR GOAL.RYAN TURNER- STRIKERRYAN RE-JOINED US IN THE SUMMER OF 2013 FROM ILFRACOMBE TOWN. RYAN IS AN ACCOMPLISHED STRIKER WITH GREAT PACE, GOOD FEET AND A TOP FINISHER.ROSS JONES DEF/MIDFIELDHAS BEEN WITH THE CLUB FOR A FEW SEASONS NOW, CAN PLAY NEARLY ANY-WHERE AND DOES A GREAT JOB WHEREVER HE PLAYS. TOUGH IN THE TACKLE AND CAN GET ABOUT THE PARK, ALWAYS WORKS HIS SOCKS OFF AND HAS QUALITY AS WELL.MEET THE OPPOSITION MEET THE OPPOSITIONUnofficial forum: samspud.proboards.com Official website: www.pooletownfc.co.uk 18LIAM GREGORY- LEFT BACK / MIDFIELDA VERY TALENTED PLAYER WHO HAS REP-RESENTED DEVON AT U18 LEVEL. WITH A LOVELY LEFT FOOT AND GREAT BALANCE LIAM LOVES TO GET FORWARD FROM THE BACK TO PUT IN SOME OF HIS LEGENDARY CROSSES. EQUALLY AT HOME AT LEFT BACK OF LEFT MIDFIELD THIS YOUNG PLAYER HAS A BIG FUTURE AND WILL BE LOOKING TO PLAY A BIG PART THIS SEASON.JOSH PHILLIPS- CENTRE BACKJOSH JOINED BARNSTAPLE TOWN IN NOVEM-BER 2013 FROM LOCAL SIDE FREMINGTON AND MADE HIS DEBUT AGAINST BRADFORD TOWN AND WAS ONE OF THE BEST PLAYERS ON THE PITCH. A NATURAL CENTRE BACK WHO IS GOOD IN THE AIR, STRONG IN THE TACKLE AND READS THE GAME WELL. JOSH HAS A BIG FUTURE AHEAD OF HIM.WILL NICHOLLS - FORWARDGOAL MACHINE, GIVE HIM A CHANCE AND HE WILL SCORE YOU A GOAL. 2014/15 WAS WILLS FIRST SEASON PLAYING IN THE WEST-ERN LEAGUE AND HAS BEEN BRILLIANT , AL-WAYS WILLING AND HAS A GREAT FUTURE .SCOTT HUXTABLE ( RUDGEY ) - DEFENDERYOUNG LOCAL LAD WHO HAS PREVIOUSLY PLAYED FOR ILFRACOMBE AND BRISTOL MANOR FARM. RIGHT FULL BACK BUT CAN PLAY CENTRE HALF OR LEFT BACK . CAME TO THE CLUB IN THE SUMMER AND HAS HAD A GRAT SEASON. STRONG QUICK AND GOOD IN THE TACKLE.JAMES MAYNE - CENTRE HALFJOINED FROM ILFRACOMBE AT THE START 2014/15 SEASON , EXACTLY WHAT WE NEEDED BRINGS GREAT EXPERIENCE AND A WINNING MENTALITY , GREAT FOOTBALL BRAIN AND LIKES TO PLAY.DAVE PEARSE - FORWARDCENTRE FORWARD WITH A WEALTH OF EXPERIENC,E , PLAYED FORBRIDGWATER, STREET AND BIDEFORD TO NAME BUT A FEW. SETTLED IN EXTREMELY WELL AND SCORES GOALS AND IMPORTANT ONES AT THAT.STEVE HOLLAND - MIDFIELDSIGNED FROM BRIDGWATER LAST SEASON PREVIOUSLY WITH ILFRACOMBE. WIDE MAN WHO CAN PLAY EITHER SIDE AND IS FULL OF ENERGY.JED HARPER-PENMAN- WINGEREX PRO WITH PLYMOUTH ARGYLE. A LOCAL LAD , JED IS A YOUNG EXCITING TALENTED WINGER WITH PACE AND LOVES A TRICK. HARD WORKING AND IS ALWAYS WILLING TO LEARN . NOT THE BRIGHTEST OF LADS AND HAS AWFUL BANTER BUT A GREAT LAD ON AND OFF THE PITCH..FIXTURES & RESULTSFacebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)19FIXTURES & RESULTSTwitter: @PooleTownFCDate Opposition H/A F-A Att Comp Pos Notes OG Goalscorers 1August 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Sub 1Sat 8 Kettering Town H 1-0 399 SLP 9 Hutchings Tallack Lindsay Walker Whisken Pettefer Burbidge Devlin Roberts Brooks Gillespie 1 Connell Spetch Holmes Emmerson Davidson Sub 2Mon 10 Hungerford Town A 0-0 246 SLP 7 Hutchings Tallack Lindsay Walker Whisken Petterfer Burbidge Devlin Roberts Brooks Gillespie Connell Holmes Emmerson Davidson McCarthy Sub 3Sat 15 St Neots Town A 3-2 366 SLP 5 Hutchings Tallack Emmerson 1 Walker Whisken Pettefer Burbidge 1 Devlin Holmes Brooks Gillespie Roberts 1 Davidson Gleeson Sent offTues 18 Chippenham Town H 1-3 473 SLP 11 Hutchings Tallack Emmerson Walker Whisken Gleeson Burbidge Devlin 1 Holmes Brooks Gillespie Roberts Collins Connell Davidson SpetchSat 22 Merthyr Town H 2-2 355 SLP 11 Hutchings Tallack Emmerson Walker Whisken Pettefer Gleeson Devlin Holmes Brooks 1 Gillespie Connell Collins Lindsay Roberts 1 DavidsonSat 29 Slough Town A 3-1 304 SLP 6 Hutchings Tallack Emmerson Walker Whisken Pettefer Roberts Devlin 1 Connell Brooks 1 Davidson Gleeson Gillespie 1 Holmes Dickson SpetchMon 31 Frome Town H 5-0 425 SLP 3 Hutchings Tallack Spetch Walker Whisken Pettefer Roberts Devlin 1 Gillespie 2 Brooks 1 Holmes Connell Collins Gleeson Davidson Dickson 1Sat 5 King's Lynn Town A 2-3 525 SLP 6 Hutchings Tallack Spetch Emmerson Lindsay Pettefer Burbidge Devlin Gillespie Brooks Roberts 1 Connell Gleeson Holmes 1Sat 12 Barnstaple Town H FAC1Q -Sat 19 Biggleswade Town A SLPTues 22 Dorchester Town H SLPSat 26 - FAC2Q dateTues 29 Bideford A SLPSat 3 Redditch United H SLPTues 6 Paulton Rovers H SLPSat 10 Histon A SLP FAC3Q dateTues 13 Dorchester Town A RIC1 -Sat 17 Cirencester Town H SLPTues 20 Dorchester Town A SLPSat 24 Hitchin Town H SLP FAC4Q dateTues 27 Chesham United A SLPSat 31 Merthyr Town A FAT1Q -Sat 7 Dunstable Town A SLPTues 10 - RIC2 dateSat 14 Cambridge City H SLP FAT2Q dateTues 17 Chippenham Town A SLPSat 21 St Neots Town H SLPSat 28 Kettering Town A SLP FAT3Q dateTues 1 Hungerford Town H SLPSat 5 Leamington H SLPSat 12 Bedworth United A SLPSat 19 Slough Town H SLPSat 26 Frome Town A SLPSat 2 Weymouth H SLPSat 9 Stratford Town A SLPSat 16 King's Lynn Town H SLPSat 23 Merthyr Town A SLPSat 30 Redditch United A SLPFebruarySat 6 Biggleswade Town H SLPSat 13 Paulton Rovers A SLPSat 20 Bideford H SLPSat 27 Cirencester Town A SLPMarchSat 5 Histon H SLPSat 12 Leamington A SLPSat 19 Bedworth United H SLPSat 26 Stratford Town H SLPMon 28 Weymouth A SLPAprilSat 2 Chesham United H SLPSat 9 Hitchin Town A SLPSat 16 Dunstable Town H SLPSat 23 Cambridge City A SLPDecemberJanuarySeptemberStarting XI SubstitutesOctoberNovemberFIXTURES & RESULTSFacebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)FIXTURES & RESULTSTwitter: @PooleTownFC 20Date Opposition H/A F-A Att Comp Pos Notes OG Goalscorers 1August 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Sub 1Sat 8 Kettering Town H 1-0 399 SLP 9 Hutchings Tallack Lindsay Walker Whisken Pettefer Burbidge Devlin Roberts Brooks Gillespie 1 Connell Spetch Holmes Emmerson Davidson Sub 2Mon 10 Hungerford Town A 0-0 246 SLP 7 Hutchings Tallack Lindsay Walker Whisken Petterfer Burbidge Devlin Roberts Brooks Gillespie Connell Holmes Emmerson Davidson McCarthy Sub 3Sat 15 St Neots Town A 3-2 366 SLP 5 Hutchings Tallack Emmerson 1 Walker Whisken Pettefer Burbidge 1 Devlin Holmes Brooks Gillespie Roberts 1 Davidson Gleeson Sent offTues 18 Chippenham Town H 1-3 473 SLP 11 Hutchings Tallack Emmerson Walker Whisken Gleeson Burbidge Devlin 1 Holmes Brooks Gillespie Roberts Collins Connell Davidson SpetchSat 22 Merthyr Town H 2-2 355 SLP 11 Hutchings Tallack Emmerson Walker Whisken Pettefer Gleeson Devlin Holmes Brooks 1 Gillespie Connell Collins Lindsay Roberts 1 DavidsonSat 29 Slough Town A 3-1 304 SLP 6 Hutchings Tallack Emmerson Walker Whisken Pettefer Roberts Devlin 1 Connell Brooks 1 Davidson Gleeson Gillespie 1 Holmes Dickson SpetchMon 31 Frome Town H 5-0 425 SLP 3 Hutchings Tallack Spetch Walker Whisken Pettefer Roberts Devlin 1 Gillespie 2 Brooks 1 Holmes Connell Collins Gleeson Davidson Dickson 1Sat 5 King's Lynn Town A 2-3 525 SLP 6 Hutchings Tallack Spetch Emmerson Lindsay Pettefer Burbidge Devlin Gillespie Brooks Roberts 1 Connell Gleeson Holmes 1Sat 12 Barnstaple Town H FAC1Q -Sat 19 Biggleswade Town A SLPTues 22 Dorchester Town H SLPSat 26 - FAC2Q dateTues 29 Bideford A SLPSat 3 Redditch United H SLPTues 6 Paulton Rovers H SLPSat 10 Histon A SLP FAC3Q dateTues 13 Dorchester Town A RIC1 -Sat 17 Cirencester Town H SLPTues 20 Dorchester Town A SLPSat 24 Hitchin Town H SLP FAC4Q dateTues 27 Chesham United A SLPSat 31 Merthyr Town A FAT1Q -Sat 7 Dunstable Town A SLPTues 10 - RIC2 dateSat 14 Cambridge City H SLP FAT2Q dateTues 17 Chippenham Town A SLPSat 21 St Neots Town H SLPSat 28 Kettering Town A SLP FAT3Q dateTues 1 Hungerford Town H SLPSat 5 Leamington H SLPSat 12 Bedworth United A SLPSat 19 Slough Town H SLPSat 26 Frome Town A SLPSat 2 Weymouth H SLPSat 9 Stratford Town A SLPSat 16 King's Lynn Town H SLPSat 23 Merthyr Town A SLPSat 30 Redditch United A SLPFebruarySat 6 Biggleswade Town H SLPSat 13 Paulton Rovers A SLPSat 20 Bideford H SLPSat 27 Cirencester Town A SLPMarchSat 5 Histon H SLPSat 12 Leamington A SLPSat 19 Bedworth United H SLPSat 26 Stratford Town H SLPMon 28 Weymouth A SLPAprilSat 2 Chesham United H SLPSat 9 Hitchin Town A SLPSat 16 Dunstable Town H SLPSat 23 Cambridge City A SLPDecemberJanuarySeptemberStarting XI SubstitutesOctoberNovemberTODAYS TEAMS TODAYS TEAMSFacebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)21 Twitter: @PooleTownFCMANAGER Tom KillickASSISTANT MANAGER James WoodKIT Red and white shirts, red shorts, white socksNick HutchingsChad CollinsLewis TallackMichael WalkerJamie WhiskenWill SpetchLewis LindsayCarl PetteferSteve DevlinMarvin BrooksLuke BurbidgeJamie GleesonLuke RobertsTom WhelanRichard GillespieLuke HolmesAlan ConnellKeith EmmersonNoJamie DavidsonDeclan McCarthyJack DicksonTODAYS TEAMS TODAYS TEAMSFacebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official) Twitter: @PooleTownFC 22Steven Oliver (GK) Jimmy Thorne (GK)Niall HeeneyAaron Harper-Penman (c)Lee FrancisJack JenkinsKyle PaineRyan TurnerRoss JonesLiam GregoryJosh PhillipsWill NichollsScott HuxtableJames MayneDave Pearson Steve HollandNoREFEREE Paul Lister (Chertsey, Surrey)ASSISTANT REFEREES Thomas Seymour (Mangotsfield, Bristol) Jack Hubbard (Staple Hill, Bristol)NEXT HOME MATCHPOOLE TOWN V DORCHESTER TOWN SOUTHERN PREMIER LEAGUESATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22ND (7.45PM)MANAGER Barry Yeo ASSISTANT MANAGER Kyle BaggaleyKIT Blue shirts, blue shorts, blue socksJed Harper-PenmanBUILDERSSWEARBY IT !Insurance Broker to The Southern LeagueOur Tailored Insurance Products Include:StadiumBuildings, Floodlights, Damage to Pitches, Contents, Stock, Business Interruption, Wines & Spirits, Money, Frozen Food, Loss of Liquor Licence, Goods in TransitPlayer to Player LiabilityWidest Cover in the Market including Cover for Legal Defense Costs AND Injury AwardsLiabilityEmployers, Public & Products Liability. Includes Community & Social Activities of the Club.Other ProductsPersonal AccidentDirectors & OfficersMotorDavid Howell, Bedford Town said Red Insure are specialists in their field. They provided us with excellent service and cover whilst saving us money, which is critical to a club of our size. Contact UsTel: 0845 6008288Email: sales@redinsureltd.comBUILDERSSWEARBY IT !POOLE TOWN LADIESFacebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)25Finance is important in football, right down to the far-reaches of non-league.And nothing is different in the ladies game. Poole Town ladies gained promotion to the South West Premier League last season but had to decline promotion due to the finances.Unlike the mens game, the players pay to play. And promotion, natural-ly, would increase travelling costs, something a self-sufficient team cannot do.Stella Ayling hopes this season can boost awareness of the ladies team: To raise more awareness of the ladies teams amongst the Poole Town supporters and community. I dont think many know there are two ladies teams or that we play at the highest level for any club in Dorset. Many probably dont realise that we pay to play, dont receive any finan-cial assistance or that the players have to drive themselves to match-es, regardless of the venue.But on the field, the club has seen some changes both in terms of management and players: After a slow start, the teams are starting to pull together, Stella says. We have recruited new players for the season after losing a number to University.On top of this, we have a new management team for the new season.While some players have left due to university, some have left to join AFC Bournemouth, while others have left to focus on careers away from football.This mostly happened from the under-16s team, and, as always, the club are looking for new players to join the ranks.Stella also talks about how im-portant it is that Poole Town fans support the ladies team and for the club to help support the ladies team: Very important - we need to raise awareness which will help with recruitment.She continues: We have lost players to AFC Bournemouth due to their promotion to the Premiership. We need to shout about successes together and work more together as a club - at the moment it feels very disjointed.This is not necessarily rare: some ladies clubs are barely supported compared to their male counter-parts.Hopefully, then, the ladies can continue their success on the field with added support on the touch-lines.The Poole Town ladies kick off their new season at home to Ilmin-ster Town on Sunday, September 13th.Jack Amey looks at the Poole Town ladies team ahead of their season-opener on SundaySTEVE MOOREFacebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)POOLE TOWN LADIESFacebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)STEVE MOOREFacebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official) 26Steve Moore was a player with AFC Bournemouth be-fore playing for Verwood and Wimborne Town and you will no doubt recall his tubby figure in midfield as I know he played against Poole Town during the last three years, albeit as a sub-stitute? He was a regular with Wimborne Town reserves and was never any trouble, just a per-fect player who was prepared to sit on the bench for the first team or help out the reserves.Well the shattering news has come through that he has cancer of the Pancreas and the Liver, has already lost four stone in weight and has been given a life expectancy of only another four months, although he is on Chemotheraphy now.His father approached the club to say that Steve would like to play a match with all his old pals from AFCB and WT against a WT team and this has been ar-ranged for Sunday 20th Septem-ber with a K.O at 1.00pm. In order to make the proceeds tax free, the BOD of WT can not arrange a benefit match but his friends can, hence I have been hauled in. Steve Fletcher I understand will play and Harry Redknapp will put his usual supporting role in.We shall be holding a Barbe-cue/Tea Room/Raffle and Auc-tion on the day and I feel sure that some of the supporters of PT, even in their red shirts, might wish to take part if they know about the event please?Players like Gareth Barnes/Stewart Kearns/Mark Smith/Scott Joyce/Taffy Richardson have already agreed to take part and there will be news of this event in the Echo as they want to support it.The match takes place on Sunday, September 20th with kick-off at 1pm.A host of former players are set to play in the match, including Joe Parkinson, Matty Holmes, Brian Stock, Dave Moore, Russell Beardsmore and former Poole Town player and coach Shaun Brooks.TODAYS MASCOTFacebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)TODAYS MASCOTFacebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official) 30NameAmy BayesAge10SchoolWinton Primary SchoolFavourite teamPoole TownFavourite playerNick HutchingsWould you like to be a mascot for a Poole Town match? We have different packages available!Maybe you have a child who wants to lead the teams out at Tatnam? Just get in touch with Mark Bumford.Alongside this, you can also choose to sponsor Poole Town players. To find out more, visit the official website (www.pooletownfc.co.uk) or contact Mark Bumford, commercial director, at mark.bumford@pooletownfc.co.uK100 Club PlusMonthly prizes of 2x100, 2x50 or 2x25. Just 1 per week or standing order for 4.33 per month for each number.Talk to the PTFSC committee for a form and/or setting up a standing order.Not yet a member of the Poole Town Football Supporters Club? Join today, membership 10 (5 for Juniors)Membership benefits include discounts off events and travelFor further details, see http://www.pooletownfc.co.uk/supporters-club/Facebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)35MATCH SPONSORSOpponent Match sponsor Ball sponsor Mascot(s)Gosport Borough Rockley Park Bowmill Engineering Katie BrownFolland Sports Rockley Park Bowmill Engineering Katie BrownKettering Town Colin MacDonalds Stag Party Colin MacDonalds Stag Party Sam MorganChippenham Town Rockley Park In memory of Mike Allen Jack JonesMerthyr Town Portman Stone Peter and Oliver Reeves Bryn VaughanFrome Town Rockley Park www.city-investors-circle.com McGuireBarnstaple Town Portman Stone Cliff and Kathy Goddard Amy BayesDorchester Town Portman Stone AVAILABLE AVAILABLERedditch United AVAILABLE AVAILABLE ReservedPaulton Rovers County EPOS AVAILABLE AVAILABLECirencester Town Portman Stone AVAILABLE AVAILABLEHitchin Town AVAILABLE AVAILABLE AVAILABLECambridge City AVAILABLE www.city-investors-circle.com AVAILABLESt Neots Town Portman Stone AVAILABLE AVAILABLEHungerford Town AVAILABLE AVAILABLE AVAILABLEWould you like to be a match or ball sponsor for a Poole Town match? We have different packages available!The exclusive match day sponsorship and match ball sponsorship are both available to be purchased.Alongside this, you can also choose to sponsor Poole Town players. To find out more, visit the official website (www.pooletownfc.co.uk) or contact Mark Bumford, commercial director, at mark.bumford@pooletownfc.co.uKC0MMERCIAL MATTERSTwitter: @PooleTownFCFacebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)MATCH SPONSORSWeve had a mixed time since our last home game against Frome on Bank Holiday Monday. We had the great 5-0 home win, but then went away to Kings Lynn and lost by the odd goal in five, with a few enforced changes to the lineup. Today we get a break from League action as we welcome Barnstaple to Tatnam for our first cup game of the season. Naturally we are both hoping to progress as far as possible in what is a fi-nancially lucrative cup competition. Come on you Dolphins, lets have a cup run!I would like to thank Rockley Park for Sponsoring the Frome Match and CityIr who sponsored the Ball and chose Steve Devlin as their Man of the Match. I would also like to thank Tommy and James Stannard, nephews of Matt McGuire who were mascots against Frome.For todays game, Portman Stone return to Tatnam and have Sponsored the Match and the Ball has been sponsored by Cliff and Kathy Goddard in return for reserved seats in the Stand for the rest of the sea-son. Todays Mascot is Amy Bayes, who has already lead the team out a number of times and want-ed to return today. We hope you all enjoy the afternoon and hopefully see a Poole Town win.If you or your company would like to sponsor a Match, Ball, Player, or know someone who would like to be a Mascot please get in contact. We have plenty of availability. At the time of writing, Hutch, JD and Luke Roberts are all looking for Spon-sors and we are look-ing for Spon-sors for the home game against Dorchester on Tuesday 22nd September.We finally launched the new fans shirt (second strip) on Bank Holiday Monday. If you do not already have yours, you will be able to collect your pre-orders from Robtheshirt in the Clubshop today. If you have not placed a pre-order, replicas of both the new first strip and the fans shirt can be ordered at the Clubshop today and orders can be placed online for the home shirt. The fans shirt is a Limited Edi-tion shirt with only 100 made in total and only availablke from Tatnam. There are very limited numbers in sizes 10/12, S, M, L, XL and XXL only, so get yours before they sell out. There are all kinds of other bargains to be had in the Clubshop, so give Robs Pod a visit before you leave today.The annual golf day is on Friday 25th September 2015 when we will be return-ing to Canford Magna once again. We are almost at our full quota of teams, so if you are interested, contact samantha@pooletownfc.co.uk for further information as soon as possible. The annual Sports-mans Dinner will be on Thursday Novem-ber 12th with details to follow.Mark Bumford, Commercial Director, 07787 600392, mark.bumford@poole-townfc.co.ukC0MMERCIAL MATTERSTwitter: @PooleTownFC 36CROWD INFORMATIONOfficial website: www.pooletownfc.co.uk 38IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR SPECTATORS IN CON-JUNCTION WITH THE SOUTHERN FOOTBALL LEAGUEAnyone using improper, violent, threatening, abu-sive, indecent, insulting or provocative words or behaviour (including without limitation where any such conduct words or behaviour includes a ref-erence, whether express or implied to any one or more of ethnic origin, colour, race, nationality, religion or belief, gender, gender reassignment, sexual orientation or disability) whilst attending or taking part in a match in which Poole Town FC is involved whether on its own ground or elsewhere. No spectators or unauthorised persons are permit-ted to encroach onto the pitch area, save for rea-sons of crowd safety, or to throw missiles, bottles or other potentially harmful or dangerous objects at or on to the pitch. NO alcohol, glasses, bottles or cans should be brought into the ground at any time. Please note that NO DOGS (except guide dogs) are allowed inside the ground at any time.Were all aboutthe perfect escape at Rockley ParkTerms and conditions: Please note Rockley Park cannot be used as a permanent residence. For full terms and conditions for Rockley Boat Park please visit the Marina centre. Pictures are shown for representational purposes only. *Facilities, activities and entertainment are subject to availability and may incur a moderate extra charge. Call costs may vary depending on network provider. Please refer to our brochure and website for full terms and conditions. Haven Holidays is a trading name of Bourne Leisure, registered in England and Wales, no 04011660. 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