Poole Town v Dorchester Town

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Official match day programme of Poole Town v Dorchester Town

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Tuesday, 22nd sepTemberThe evo-sTik League souThern premier divisionv dorchesTer TownofficiaL maTchday programme 2issue 6pooLe Town fc125Th anniversary speciaLmaTch sponsormeridian Leisure services direcT LTdbaLL sponsorpeTer and oLive reevesWELCOME 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 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)3Evening all, so we come into tonights local derby vs Dorchester on the back of two solid 1-0 victories, we base our success on cleans sheets and we know with our attacking players well always score goals. To get two back to back will now hopefully kick us on after a slow but not bad start to the season.Barnstaple Town came to Tatnam in the FA cup and it proved a tough encounter, low-er league sides always cause upsets in the FA Cup but we did well in this fixture and were very professional with our per-formance, it wasnt fantastic by any means but it was a clean sheet and a 1-0 win, we were in the hat and we move on, but we know we can do better.Up next we faced a tough away test against Biggleswade Town, a team who have made some good signings and look strong this season. We man-aged to come away with a fantastic 0-1 win, the lads were brilliant and I was happy that young Luke Holmes got his goal, hes such a bright young player with a good attitude and is a top lad and if he keeps working hard Im sure can really kick on. The team defended brilliantly through-out and thoroughly deserved our clean sheet. Ill be very surprised if many sides come away from there with 3 points this season.Tonight is an exciting fixture, both us and Dorchester are up there in the league and they have started the season well. They have players that have been with us previously and vice versa so that can only add to the rivalry. So enjoy the game and get behind the lads, we need a good atmosphere at Tatnam and its time to make it a fortress again.Up the Dolphins SkipTelephone: 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 NOTESChris ReevesVice ChairmanTonight sees one of the fixtures that are always looked out for as soon as they are published - home to Dorchester. Always a big game with so much more than league points or cup progress at stake! The history and rivalry between the Clubs goes back decades and the links between the two clubs go on and on. We have a saying here at Poole: once a Dolphin always a Dolphin. It is always strange to see ex Poole players in the opposition ranks - play-ing tonights opponents that is always likely to happen and the familiar faces in black and white this evening are Charlie Davis, Jake Smeeton and of course their player-manager Mark Jermyn who graced our side all too briefly at the start of last season. The players officials and supporters of the Magpies are most welcome to Tatnam and we look forward to a cracking nights entertain-ment. The postscript to this introduction to this Southern League Premier Division clash is that if we think it strange to see ex Poole players in black and white,h ow much stranger must it be for Dorches-ter supporters to get used to seeing Dorchester legend Jamie Gleeson playing for us!Both teams should come into this fixture full of confidence. Our lads sent the impressive travelling support home very happy from Biggleswade after a clinical first strike for the Club from Luke Holmes gave us the first three points that any visiting side has taken from Biggleswade this season. It was a real proper competent away performance and given that we were without the sick Steve Devlin and the not quite fit Richard Gillespie all the more creditable.Dorchester meanwhile were dispatching in form Stratford by 3-1 helped by a goal from Charlie Davis.Plenty happening off the field at pres-ent.Friday sees our annual golf day at Canford Magna ably organised by Sam Bumford.Not too late to get involved- see Sam or any director for details.Also- we are 125 this year! A great cause for celebration so do look out for all the different things we will look to or-ganise to mark this impressive achieve-ment (against a fair few odds I might say!). If you would like to be involved with the organisation of this do please shout! You will be made very welcome.Finally the Club is looking for a clutch of new faces to form a Vice Presidents Board to help take the Club forward - look out on the website, social media and the local press for more information on that.As ever, enjoy the game and dont forget the 50:50 tickets.ChrisOfficial website: www.pooletownfc.co.uk 6MATCH REPORT MATCH REPORT0 1L HolmesPoole returned to winning ways in the league, as they won for the third consecutive time at the Carls-berg Stadium, also hitting the woodwork on three occa-sions. Poole also debuted their new Fans Kit, a lovely light blue number.Waders stopper, Ian Brown, put in another superb shift against the Dolphins, as he prevented the scoreline from looking embarrassing.Marvin Brooks aerial prow-ess meant he was a handful all afternoon for the home sides defence, as he rose above his markers on multi-ple occasions, while the three Lukes pace and close control caused many headaches for the hosts, stretching and pull-ing the back four constantly with dangerous attacks.Luke Holmes did well to beat two men with some quick feet, after latching onto a superb ball from Brooks, and his shot may have taken a slight deflection as it whizzed through a defenders legs, past a stranded Brown in the Biggleswade goal.It wasnt a completely dom-inating performance from the Dolphins,as Walker and Lind-say had to make some last ditch challenges to prevent the hosts getting in on the goalscoring action.Some brave defending from the Biggleswade boys meant the visitors went in at the Twitter: @PooleTownFCFacebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)7COMP League DATE 19/09/15 REPORT Jack TannerMATCH REPORT MATCH REPORTbreak with just the one goal lead, after some real bodies on the line performance from the defenders in green,Lewis Tallack replaced Will Spetch, and thus the two Lewis switched sides of the pitch, with Lindsay slotting back in on his preferred posi-tion of left back, and ditto for Tallack, at right back.Surprisingly, Tallack, more adored by the Poole faithul for his astute defensive perfor-mances, made a swashbuck-ling run into the penalty area, getting behind the ball to fire a powefrul shot on goal, which was well met by Brown, again.Biggleswade gave the visit-ing defence a scare as a well struck shot bounced down, off the underside of the bar, bouncing clear much to the dismay of the home crowd.Browns best saves of the day came in quick succes-sion, after having tipped Lewis Lindsays bullet header over, made a fantastic save to his bottom right, only to flick the ball in Walkers path, who could only fire into the keeper, who stood tall to save again.Poole held on to record a fifth win in six over the Wad-ers, and their 3rd successive win at the Carlsberg Stadium. Poole will look to take some form into a tasty clash with at Tatnam, when they face Dor-set Rivals, Dorchester, in a 3rd v 4th battle, with both teams looking to gain lost ground on league leaders Chippenham.Booked Poole: Brooks 49, Davidson 65Booked Biggleswade: Mark Coulson 67GOAL: Luke Holmes, Assist-ed by Marvin BrooksTwitter: @PooleTownFC 8Facebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)The Fans ViewJack Tanner gives his view on the match:Poole had a barrage of shots on the Biggleswade goal, but due to some heroic goalkeeping, could only score once, but that was good enough to earn another three points and move up to third. Massive game tonight, in a key battle at the top, to put pressure on Chippenham.TOM TALKSFacebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)9Tom KillickFirst Team ManagerToday we welcome local rivals Dorchester to the Tatnam for another league encounter. Its somewhat disappointing from my point of view to play a local derby like this on a Tuesday night in September . Having said that although the league table is somewhat embryonic it certainly adds some significance to play the match with us lying third in the table and them immediately below us. I always felt Mark Jermyn would do a good job when he returned as manager and thats proved to be the case. He is a tenacious competitor as a player with an immense enthusiasm and will to win. It would appear these qualities are rubbing off on his players and they have gained some impressive results so far including from their point of view a cherished win against Weymouth. Dorchester have seemingly operated under tight finan-cial constraints in recent seasons but looking at the squad they have assem-bled things must be improving off the field and I have no doubt they will be challenging at the very top end of the season come April .There are many players involved in the match who have played on both sides including Steve Devlin, Michael Walker Jamie, Gleeson, Jem, Charlie Davis Jake Smeeton and Neil Martin. This always adds a bit of spice and I expect to see a full blooded encounter tonight with plenty of aggression and passion.We had a great result on Saturday away from home against a strong Biggleswade side. Luke Roberts was immense and is really maturing into a top player. I have always had complete faith in Luke and Im so pleased he is starting to get some recog-nition. Apart from being a talented player he is a lovely lad who has never been a moments trou-ble. He has to keep working and stay focused and he has a great footballing future ahead of him.Luke Holmes, at only 18, has also im-pressed since his arrival from Wimborne and is another player I have high hopes for.It was a concern to lose Will Spetch at half time through injury but I am hop-ing its nothing too serious and he will be back tonight.In the FA cup we have a really tough draw away at Hayes and Yeading. The draw doesnt ever seemed to have been particularly kind to us in recent years but its certainly a game we be-lieve we can win if we play to our best. It would be great if you could travel in big numbers to that game as a strong vocal presence at an away match always helps.The league shows all the signs of be-ing very open this year. I am sure there are 13 or 14 teams that genuinely think they can challenge for the play offs or better. We have to make sure we stay strong , stay consistent and learn from the experiences of last season . That, combined with you the supporters staying fully behind the players will give us every chance of the success we all crave.TOM KILLICKOfficial website: www.pooletownfc.co.uk 12IN THE PASTON THIS DAY(Home score first)2001Locks Heath V Poole Town1-3Elmes, Rowley, Culliford2007Poole Town V Alton Town3-0Smith, Lammali, Cann2009Brockenhurst V Poole Town2-4Smith (3), Cook2012Poole Town V Bridgwater Town2-1Kelly, LammaliV Dorchester Town(Poole Town score first)2014/15H 0-0, A 1-2 - League2011/12A 2-3 - Dorset Senior Cup2002/03H 2-0 - Dorset Senior Cup1993/930-1 - Dorset Senior Cup finalSeason Pos Division2014/15 17 Southern Football League Premier Division2013/14 22 Conference South2012/13 8 Conference South2011/12 11 Conference South2010/11 17 Conference SouthSECRETARYS NOTESWELCOME BACK:Welcome back to Tatnam this evening for our latest Evo-Stik League Southern Premier game tonight we welcome our local rivals Dorchester Town who have made the short trip up the A35. Welcome to all from Dorchester and our refereeing team who are all from the Oxfordshire area and we wish all a safe journey home. EVO-STIK SOUTHERN LEAGUE NEWS:Manager Mark Tallentire has left Division One South & West club Burnham. Tallen-tire a former Burnham player took over at The Gore in May following their relega-tion from the Premier Division.Manager Adrian Foster is back at Western Premier, Gillingham Town he left there to take charge at Southern Premier Frome Town he was recently sacked by the Somerset outfit. He replaces Kevan Davis who was sacked three weeks ago.F.A. Cup Southern League sides saw mixed fortunes in FA Cup on the 12/9 - twenty-one through, ten out, and sixteen got a second chance. After the replays thirty were through and eighteen were out and the St Neots v Tilbury replay was postponed due to an investigation into a possible ineligible player incident in the 1st game.F.A. YOUTH CUP NEWS:A young Poole side went down at Bour-nemouth Poppies by a 5 1 score line on Thursday 10th September in the Prelimi-nary Round. EVO-STIK SOUTHERN LEAGUE PRE-MIER FIXTURE NEWS:+ FA CUP DRAW NEWS:Next up is on Saturday 26th Septem-ber when we are in Emirates F.A. Cup 2nd Qualifying Rd action away at Hayes & Yeading Utd from National League South who ground share with Maidenhead Utd.If the game requires a replay it will be on Tuesday 29th September which would see the trip to Bideford due that night re-arranged. Opening the month of October is a home game on Saturday 3rd when the visitors are Redditch Utd this is followed by another home game on Tuesday 6th October when Paulton Rovers visit Tatnam. We are due at Histon in Cambridgeshire on Saturday 10th October but Histon went out of the FA Cup at the first hurdle so it all depends on our FA Cup progress as to whether we make the Histon trip.WITH THE CUP COMPETI-TIONS GETTING UNDERWAY PLEASE KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR FIXTURE CHANGES. CUP NEWS:Emirates F.A. Cup 2nd Qualifying Rd Away v Hayes & Yeading Utd on Saturday 26th September 3.00 pm. **At Maiden-head Utd. F.A. Trophy 1st Qualifying Rd Away v Merthyr Tn Sat 31/10/15 Dorset Senior Cup - 1st Rd draw Home to Shaftesbury Town on Tuesday 3rd November 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: The coach for Hayes & Yeading (Maiden-head Utd) will leave at10.00 am. If a coach runs to Bideford it will leave at 3.00 pm.Main pick up point is by the Tatnam Co-op at the end of Tatnam Rd. As before bookings at the club office (behind the main dressing room block) see Bill or Daphne. Facebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)13PLAYER PROFILES PLAYER PROFILESUnofficial forum: samspud.proboards.com15Nick HutchingsGoalkeeperSponsored byBarrie CorbinOfficial website: www.pooletownfc.co.ukLewis TallackDefenderSponsored byRobTheShirt and DomMichael WalkerDefenderSponsored bySylvia PalmerJamie WhiskenDefenderSponsored byMichael and Marilyn 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.ukGoalkeepersAlan Walker HarrisExperienced goalkeeper initially signed from Wim-borne Town prior to the 2011/12 season, having pre-viously played for Lymington & New Milton, Bashley, Winchester City, Eastleigh and Brockenhurst. Alan made his debut for the club in September 2011, and has been the regular custodian throughout the ensuing seasons, with the exception of the 2012/13 season but has subsequently excelled as the last line of defence, which resulted in him winning The Dorset Echo Player of the Year, On Line Player of the Year and the coveted Player of the Year Award at the end of season 2013/14. Born London. Aged 33.Shane MurphyPromising young keeper who will provide cover for Alan Walker-Harris. Shane made his first team de-but when he replaced AWH for the final phase of the final game of season 2013/14 at Ebbsfleet United, and has subsequently made a handful of first team appearances. Shane has previously played for AFC Bournemouth, Hamworthy United and New Milton Town. Born Bournemouth. Age 22.DefendersChris DillonChris is a central defender, who joined The Magpies in September 2014, having previously played for Christchurch when former Magpies manager Gra-ham Kemp was in charge there. Chris then took up a scholarship to play in the USA at The Mobile Uni-versity, and has also played in Australia for Doveton SC. The season before last Chris was a member of the Eastleigh squad who won the Conference South Championship. Chris made his debut in the home game against Hungerford Town, and established himself as a key player, so much so that he won a host of awards at the end of the season, including The Supporters Player of the Year, Online Player of the Year and The Dorset Echo Player of the Year. Born Bournemouth. Age 25.Oakley HangerOakley is another of the clubs young players who has progressed from the reserve side in to the first team squad, and although his first team opportuni-ties with The Magpies were somewhat limited last season, Oakley gained useful experience whilst on loan at Bashley. Oakley can play either at full back or in central defence, and has previously played at schoolboy and youth level with Yeovil Town. Born Dorchester. Age 19.Neil MartinInitially joined The Magpies in August 2009, and made 178 first team appearances and scored 7 goals, and was a consistent performer, before leav-ing the club to join Poole Town in November 2013. He subsequently joined neighbours Weymouth before deciding to re-join The Magpies during the close season. Neil is a skilful and versatile player who can play either at left back or left wing. Previously with Exeter City and Salisbury City, he played twenty games for Hayes & Yeading in their promotion season, 2008/09, from The Conference South. Born Yeovil. Age 26.Matt OldringSigned for The Magpies from Bashley in the early part of last season, Matt is a solid, versatile per-former, who is especially comfortable on the ball, and can play in any position across the back line or central midfield. Has previously appeared for AFC Bournemouth, Weymouth, AFC Totton, Guildford City, Verwood and Whit Sunday Miners (Australia). Born Poole. Age 23.Jake SmeetonJake is a hard tackling player, who has played main-ly in the left back position, but is equally at home in the middle of the back line. Formerly with Yeovil Town, he made his debut for The Magpies in August 2007, and is now one of the longest serving players currently at the club, with whom he had made 240 first team appearances at the end of last season, having completed eight seasons with the club. He has also had loan spells with Poole Town. Testimony to his consistent performances was recognised by his teammates as Jake has won the Players Player of the Year award for the last two seasons, and in addition won The Jack Lambert Award for Good Sportsmanship for season 2013/14 and The Dinky Curtis Memorial Cup for last season. Born Yeovil. Age 27.Nathan WalkerNathan has now resigned on a dual registration basis, having decided to leave The Magpies to join Gosport Borough prior to the start of the new season. Nathan initially joined Dorchester Town from Wimborne Town early in 2010, having previously played for Hamworthy United, as well as having a short spell with Dorchester as a teenager. Nathan has matured into a commanding and reliable defender who will add some stability to our defence. Born Dorchester. Age 28. MidfieldMEET THE OPPOSITION MEET THE OPPOSITIONUnofficial forum: samspud.proboards.com Official website: www.pooletownfc.co.uk 18Jason BrookesJason joined the club prior to last season and made twenty-seven first team appearances during the course of the season, nineteen of which were as a substitute. Jason is a very versatile player who came on in a variety of positions when called upon, and he also scored The Magpies final goal of last season in the home game against Slough Town. Was previously a scholar at the Southampton Acad-emy, but was released and signed for Eastleigh, before moving to Bashley. Born Southampton. Age 27.Charlie DavisSigned during the close season having been with Poole Town last season, and also spent a short loan spell with The Magpies in October 2014, when he made a total of six appearances. Charlie is an attacking midfield player who likes to get forward whenever the opportunity arises. Charlie has also previously played for AFC Bournemouth and Span-ish side Cadiz. Born Poole. Age 20. Lewis MorganRe-joined the club midway through last season, having been playing for Sherborne Town. Lewis previously played for The Magpies in the 2012/13 season, before moving to Tiverton Town in October 2013, and subsequently to Sherborne Town. Lewis began his career with Yeovil Town, and has also played for Westland Sports, helping them to The Dorset Premier League title in season 2011/12. Lewis is a central midfield player who likes to get forward whenever the opportunity presents. Born Yeovil. Age 21.Sam OldSam is a local lad who has progressed through the reserve side to earn a place in the first team squad. Made his first team debut in a Dorset Senior Cup tie in December 2013, when he came on a substitute, and then featured as a substitute in the final two league games of last season. Born Dorchester. Age 19.ForwardsJonah AyungaRecently signed a one-year contract with the club, having impressed in pre-season. Born Beaminster. Age 18.Mark Irvine,Mark spent a short period on loan with The Magpies from his parent club Southampton last season, and has now joined the club as a contract player. Mark is a fast attacking player, who initially joined The Saints at the age of twelve. He has also played at the Advanced Development Centre at Bournemouth. Born Fareham. Age 18.Tony LeeTony has just joined the club on loan from his parent club Eastleigh. Tony is a strong physical player who joined The Spitfires first team squad in 2014 having previously impressed in Eastleighs academy. Born Southampton. Age 18.Bradley TarbuckBradley has just resigned for the club, having spent a spell on loan with The Magpies last season from his then parent club Portsmouth, making eighteen appearances and scoring three goals. Bradley made his professional debut for Portsmouth in August 2012 when he came on as a substitute in a League Cup tie defeat against Plymouth Argyle. He was awarded a professional contract in May 2014, and made his league debut on the 1st November, coming on as a substitute in a home win against Carlisle United. Bradley has also spent a period on loan with Dartford, where he made three appearanc-es. Born Emsworth. Age 19.Ben WatsonRe-joined the club midway through last season having initially signed for The Magpies from Truro City prior to the start of the 2012/13 season, and made 56 appearances and scored 19 goals before he left the club to rejoin Truro City at the end of September 2013, and he then moved again to join Bideford AFC. Ben started his career with Brighton & Hove Albion as a trainee, before he had spells with Bognor Regis Town and Grays Athletic. He was then signed by Exeter City, with whom he spent three seasons before joining Forest Green Rovers and Bath City, both on loan, and he then moved on to play for Eastbourne Borough. Ben is a hard work-ing front man, often in a lone role, but still scores a good quota of goals, and was a key component in the teams improved performances in the latter half of last season. Born Shoreham. Age 29.Luke WoodlandLuke is another young player who has progressed into the first team squad this season, and there are high hopes that he will continue to progress further. Luke has previously played for Sherborne Town.Born Yeovil. Age 19.TODAYS TEAMS TODAYS TEAMSFacebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)19 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 RobertsToby HolmesRichard GillespieLuke HolmesAlan ConnellKeith EmmersonNoJamie DavidsonDeclan McCarthyTODAYS TEAMS TODAYS TEAMSFacebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official) Twitter: @PooleTownFC 20Alan Walker-Harris Oakley HangerJake Smeeton (c) Mark JerymnMatt OldringNathan WalkerCharlie DavisLewis MorganJonah AyungaBen WatsonBradley TarbuckNeil MartinChris DilllonNick CrittendenJason Brookes Tony LeeNoREFEREE Benjamin James (Carterton)ASSISTANT REFEREESJonathan Livingstone (Bicester)Grzegorz Kornasiewicz (Oxford)NEXT HOME MATCHPOOLE TOWN V REDDITCH UNITEDSATURDAY, OCTOBER 3RD(3PM)MANAGER Mark JermynASSISTANT MANAGER Nick CrittendenKIT Yellow shirts, yellow shorts, yellow socksShane MurphyFIXTURES & RESULTSFacebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)21FIXTURES & 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 18 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 L 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 L 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 L 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 L 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 L 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 L 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 L 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 L Holmes 1Sat 12 Barnstaple Town H 1-0 306 FAC1Q - Hutchings Tallack Spetch Lindsay Whisken Pettefer Burbidge Devlin 1 Connell L Holmes Roberts Gleeson Collins Walker Davidson Dickson T Holmes BrooksSat 19 Biggleswade Town A 1-0 202 SLP 3 Hutchings Lindsay Spetch Walker Whisken Pettefer Burbidge Gleeson Roberts Brooks L Holmes 1 Connell Tallack Davidson GillespieTues 22 Dorchester Town H SLPSat 26 Hayes & Yeading A FAC2Q -Tues 29 Bideford A SLP FAC2QR dateSat 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 22Date 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 18 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 L 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 L 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 L 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 L 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 L 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 L 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 L 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 L Holmes 1Sat 12 Barnstaple Town H 1-0 306 FAC1Q - Hutchings Tallack Spetch Lindsay Whisken Pettefer Burbidge Devlin 1 Connell L Holmes Roberts Gleeson Collins Walker Davidson Dickson T Holmes BrooksSat 19 Biggleswade Town A 1-0 202 SLP 3 Hutchings Lindsay Spetch Walker Whisken Pettefer Burbidge Gleeson Roberts Brooks L Holmes 1 Connell Tallack Davidson GillespieTues 22 Dorchester Town H SLPSat 26 Hayes & Yeading A FAC2Q -Tues 29 Bideford A SLP FAC2QR dateSat 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 SubstitutesOctoberNovemberOfficial website: www.pooletownfc.co.ukUnofficial forunm: samspud.proboards.com23LEAGUE TABLEPos Team P W D L F A GD PTS1 Chippenham Town 9 6 2 1 17 5 +12 202 Cirencester Town 9 6 1 2 15 7 +8 193 Poole Town 9 5 2 2 18 11 +7 174 Dorchester Town 9 5 2 2 17 10 +7 175 Leamington 9 5 2 2 13 7 +6 176 Hungerford Town 9 4 4 1 14 9 +5 167 Redditch United 9 4 4 1 12 8 +4 168 Weymouth 9 4 3 2 8 4 +4 159 St Neots Town 9 3 5 1 22 14 +8 1410 Hitchin Town 9 4 2 3 18 16 +2 1411 Cambridge City 9 4 2 3 11 9 +3 1412 Biggleswade Town 9 4 1 4 18 14 +4 1313 Kettering Town 9 4 1 4 11 11 0 1314 Chesham United 9 3 3 3 12 11 +1 1215 Stratford Town 9 3 3 3 14 16 -2 1216 Merthyr Town 9 3 2 4 16 11 +5 1117 Histon 9 3 1 5 16 19 -3 1018 Kings Lynn Town 9 3 1 5 6 11 -5 1019 Slough Town 9 2 3 4 14 16 -2 920 Dunstable Town 9 2 2 5 9 16 -7 921 Bideford 9 1 3 5 8 17 -9 622 Bedworth United 9 1 2 6 5 22 -17 523 Paulton Rovers 9 0 4 5 4 15 -11 424 Frome Town 9 0 3 6 5 24 -19 3AROUND THE LEAGUEOfficial website: www.pooletownfc.co.uk 24Bedworth United 2 - 1 Slough TownBideford 1 - 1 Cambridge CityBiggleswade Town 0 - 1 Poole TownChippenham Town 1 - 0 Merthyr TownCirencester Town 3 - 0 Chesham UnitedDorchester Town 3 - 1 Stratford TownDunstable Town 3 - 2 Frome TownHiston 5 - 1 Hitchin TownHungerford Town 3 - 3 St Neots TownLeamington 0 - 0 WeymouthPaulton Rovers 0 - 1 Kettering TownRedditch United 2 - 0 Kings Lynn TownThe Evo-Stik League Southern Premier Division results - 19/09/15 Unofficial forunm: samspud.proboards.comLEAGUE TABLEHitchin Town V Bedworth UnitedChesham United V Hungerford TownKings Lynn Town V HistonMerthyr Town V Paulton RoversPoole Town V Dorchester TownSlough Town V Redditch UnitedStratford Town V Cirencester TownWeymouth V Chippenham TownCambridge City V LeamingtonFrome Town V BidefordThe Evo-Stik League Southern Premier Division fixtures - MidweekBUILDERSSWEARBY 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. 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Contact UsTel: 0845 6008288Email: sales@redinsureltd.comBUILDERSSWEARBY IT !Official website: www.pooletownfc.co.ukUnofficial forum: samspud.proboards.com27LEAGUE TABLE - SD1SWPos Team P W D L F A GD PTS1 North Leigh 8 7 0 1 19 7 +12 212 Cinderford Town 8 5 2 1 18 8 +10 173 Swindon Supermarine 8 5 1 2 14 7 +7 164 Taunton Town 8 5 1 2 14 10 +4 165 Winchester City 8 4 3 1 24 12 +12 156 Tiverton Town 8 4 2 2 9 8 +1 147 Banbury United 8 3 4 1 19 10 +9 138 Larkhall Athletic 8 3 4 1 17 12 +5 139 Evesham United 9 3 4 2 9 5 +4 1310 Shortwood United 7 4 0 3 13 9 +4 1211 Yate Town 9 3 3 3 12 10 +2 1212 Didcot Town 8 3 2 3 16 12 +4 1113 Bishops Cleeve 8 3 2 3 13 16 -3 1114 Mangotsfield United 8 3 2 3 16 20 -4 1115 Wantage Town 9 3 1 5 21 14 +7 1016 Burnham 8 3 1 4 11 11 0 1017 Marlow 8 2 2 4 13 19 -6 818 AFC Totton 8 2 1 5 13 16 -3 719 Wimborne Town 8 2 1 5 20 24 -4 720 Slimbridge 7 1 3 3 5 11 -6 621 Bridgwater Town 8 1 1 6 9 22 -13 422 Bashley 9 0 0 9 5 47 -42 0AROUND THE LEAGUE - SD1SWOfficial website: www.pooletownfc.co.uk 28Unofficial forum: samspud.proboards.comLEAGUE TABLE - SD1SWBanbury United 8 - 0 BashleyBishops Cleeve 1 - 1 Tiverton TownBridgwater Town 0 - 5 AFC TottonDidcot Town 1 - 1 Evesham UnitedMarlow 2 - 1 SlimbridgeShortwood United 4 - 1 Mangotsfield UnitedSwindon Supermarine 2 - 1 North LeighTaunton Town 2 - 2 BurnhamWimborne Town 3 - 3 Larkhall AthleticWinchester City 0 - 0 Cinderford TownYate Town 2 - 1 Wantage TownThe Evo-Stik League Southern D1SW results - 19/09/15Official website: www.pooletownfc.co.ukUnofficial forunm: samspud.proboards.com31LEAGUE TABLE - SD1CPos Team P W D L F A GD PTS1 Chalfont St Peter 8 6 0 2 19 11 +8 182 AFC Rushden & Diamonds 8 5 3 0 15 7 +8 183 St Ives Town 8 4 3 1 12 8 +4 154 Beaconsfield SYCOB 7 4 2 1 16 7 +9 145 Aylesbury 8 4 2 2 15 11 +4 146 Royston Town 8 4 1 3 15 10 +5 137 Kings Langley 8 4 1 3 13 11 +2 138 Northwood 8 4 1 3 14 13 +1 139 Potters Bar Town 8 4 1 3 12 14 -2 1310 Godalming Town 7 3 3 1 9 6 +3 1211 Uxbridge 8 3 2 3 15 13 +2 1112 Ware 8 3 2 3 11 12 -1 1113 Barton Rovers 8 2 4 2 12 9 +3 1014 Bedford Town 8 3 1 4 11 11 0 1015 Egham Town 7 3 0 4 8 7 +1 916 Leighton Town 8 2 2 4 10 15 -4 817 Aylesbury United 8 2 1 5 9 17 -8 718 Fleet Town 6 1 3 2 11 13 -2 619 Petersfield Town 7 1 3 3 9 14 -5 620 Hanwell Town 7 1 2 4 6 12 -6 521 Arlesey Town 8 1 1 6 6 19 -13 422 North Greenford United 7 0 2 5 5 13 -8 2AROUND THE LEAGUE - SD1COfficial website: www.pooletownfc.co.uk 32Unofficial forunm: samspud.proboards.comLEAGUE TABLE - SD1CAFC Rushden & Diamonds 1 - 0 AylesburyAylesbury United 0 - 4 Chalfont St PeterBarton Rovers 0 - 1 Egham TownBeaconsfield SYCOB 4 - 1 NorthwoodFleet Town 4 - 2 Leighton TownHanwell Town 2 - 1 Bedford TownKings Langley 1 - 2 Arlesey TownPetersfield Town 0 - 4 Royston TownPotters Bar Town 2 - 1 North Greenford UnitedSt Ives Town 1 - 1 Godalming TownWare 2 - 0 Uxbridge The Evo-Stik League Southern D1C results - 19/09/15100 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/TODAYS MASCOTTODAYS MASCOTNameBe-Be SmithAge11SchoolSt Edwards Favourite Team(s)Poole Town and ChelseaFavourite player(s)Eden Hazard and Jamie WhiskenPlays forDorset ACC u12 girls, Poole Town Wessex United u12 boys & Poole Town FC Wessex u13 girlsWould you like to lead the teams out at Tatnam? Does your child have a birthday coming up? Or a special anniversary that you would like to celebrate by leading the teams out at Tatnam? Then get in touch with Mark Bumford, commercial director, at mark.bumford@pooletownfc.co.uk to express your interest. Each mascot package gets admission to the match for the mascot and two others, a programme signed by the players, a mention on this page in the programme, a chance to lead the teams out before kick-off and a photo with Dylan the Dolphin, match officials and both captains.Official website: www.pooletownfc.co.uk 38Facebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)39MATCH 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 McGuireDorchester Town Meridian Leisure Services Direct Ltd Peter and Olive Reeves Be-Be SmithRedditch United AVAILABLE Mike Christopher ReservedPaulton Rovers County EPOS AVAILABLE AVAILABLECirencester Town Portman Stone AVAILABLE AVAILABLEHitchin Town Funky Peach AVAILABLE AVAILABLEShaftesbury Town AVAILABLE AVAILABLE AVAILABLECambridge City AVAILABLE www.city-investors-circle.com Mason WattsSt Neots Town Portman Stone Premier Sports Education Johnny and Jimmy FryHungerford Town AVAILABLE Mike Christopher AVAILABLELeamington Portman Stone Chillfrome Delicatessen 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: @PooleTownFCWe got the all important result last home game 1-0 in the FA Cup. The performance may not have been the best, but at least we remained in the hat and now have an away trip to Hayes and Yeading this coming Satur-day. On Saturday gone, we put in a fine per-formance away to Biggleswade and were only prevented from scoring more than the one goal by the heorics of Ian Browne in the Waders goal. Tonight we welcome Mark Jermyns 4th placed Dorchester for the first of our Dorset Derbies. Come on you Dolphins, bragging rights at stake!I would like to thank Portman Stone for Sponsoring the Barnstaple Match and choosing Jamie Whisken as their Man of the Match. Thanks also to Cliff and Kathy God-dard who sponsored the Ball and as Season Ticket Holders have guaranteed themselves reserved seats in the stand. I would also like to thank Amy Bayes, who was our mascot against Barnstaple.For tonights game, we welcome Meridian Leisure Services Direct Ltd as Match Spon-sor, who responded to a Twitter request whilst on holiday in Spain and the Ball has been sponsored by Peter and Olive Reeves who as season ticket holders, will receive reserved seats in the Stand for the rest of the season. Todays Mascot is Be Be Smith. Lets hope you all have a great evening and hopefully a Poole Town win. We are doing quite well for Match and Ball Sponsors plus Mascots this season, but still have some availability. 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. At the time of writing, Jack Dickson and Luke Roberts are still looking for Sponsors and we are looking for Match Sponsors for the home game against Redditch on Saturday 3rd October The cost is just 180+VAT.The club turned 125 years old on Sunday 20th Sept and to mark the occasion we are looking to form a new Vice-Presidents Board. Cost is 5,000 and in return you will receive free entry to Tatnam for 3 years, with boardroom hospitality, for two people plus seats at the Sportsmans Dinner and End of Season Presentation Dinner, as well as the chance to shape the future of the club. Interested parties are to contact any member of the board.We finally launched the new fans shirt and wore it away to Biggleswade for the first time on Saturday. If you do not already have yours, you will be able to collect pre-orders from Robtheshirt in the Clubshop. Rep-licas can be purchased in the Clubshop today and orders can be placed online for the home shirt. The fans shirt is a Limit-ed Edition, modelled here by Samantha, with only 100 made in total and only available from Tatnam 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 this Friday 25th September 2015 when we will be returning to Canford Magna once again. If you are interested, contact samantha@pooletownfc.co.uk for further information as soon as possible. The annual Sportsmans Dinner will be on Thursday November 12th with details to follow.Mark Bumford, Commercial Director, 07787 600392, mark.bumford@pooletownfc.co.ukFacebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)MATCH SPONSORS C0MMERCIAL MATTERSTwitter: @PooleTownFC 40CROWD INFORMATIONOfficial website: www.pooletownfc.co.uk 42IMPORTANT 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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