Poole Town v Frome Town

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The official match day programme for Poole Town v Frome Town

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Main SponsorMonday, 31st August The Evo-Stik League Southern Premier DivisionPoole Town FCMatch sponsorRockley ParkBall SponsorCityIRV Frome Town Official matchday programme 2Issue 4WELCOME 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 Im writing this just be-fore the start of a busy bank holiday weekend of football in which we visit Slough and then host Frome at home (today). We know in this league theres no such thing as an easy game, we see upsets week in, week out and know well be in for two tough games. Slough away last season was up there with our best performances of the year so to go there and do the same will take some doing but obviously thats what well set out to do. Frome always offer a stern test and we need to keep improving on our last two home fixtures especially so please get behind the lads as much as possible and drive us on!Last Saturday we were dis-appointed in our performance against Merthyr, we are yet to be at our best this season but we know its not far off before we start fully clicking. Theyre a good side and again I think they will be up there come April.Looking back at the result well take the point and move on from a day we were a long way off our best. On a personal note is was a shame to get two yellow cards but thats foot-ball, I reacted to a horrendous tackle on Pettefer which could have easily broken his leg, luckily he was fine, but obvi-ously with previous against Merthyr immediately you suspect the worse. Fingers crossed hell be okay for us come Saturday but well see.Enjoy your weekend of foot-ball and get behind the lads! Cmon you 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. 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I trust that their players officials and supporters had a good journey and that whatever the outcome of the tussle on the pitch that they enjoy their visit here and go away impressed by their reception and the hospitality extended,something we take great pride in as a Club.Frome arrive today with a new manager in the hot seat. The Frome Board of Directors responding to a start of three draws and two defeats in the first five games of the season have terminated the position of previous manager Adrian Foster and appointed ex Paulton boss Nick Bunyard. Nick is a former Frome player who was in the side that won the Western League Div 1 Championship in 2002. He went on to play for Chippenham and Paulton. He took Paulton into the Premier Division the season before last and had an encouraging first campaign before resigning in April. He has already appointed a new first team coach in ex Chippenham, Bath, Paulton and Larkhall player Josh Jeffries.Teams always seem to have a new spring in their step under a new boss so our lads will have to be ready for that this afternoon. Bunyard has been away on business so it was intended that goalkeeping coach Lloyd Chanberlain would take the team in their game v Kettering on Saturday-no mention can be made of Fromes fate in that game or our own at Slough for that matter as these notes had to be written before the weekend for obvious reasons.The home draw with Merthyr was not without its good points-Marvins superb opening goal and the brilliant finish by Luke Roberts to salvage a point from the game and also the bright performances from all three substitutes-Luke took the eye for his goal but the cameo displays from Jamie Davidson and Alan Connell promised great things from both those players in the games to come. There were of course disappointing fea-tures-not least our second successive red card and rest assured that disci-pline and the other areas to learn from arising out of this game have been identified and worked on this week with the players during two good training sessions and also within the confines of the dressing room.The coaching side of the club has seen a change this week with the departure of Shaun Brooks and the appointment in his stead as new first team coach of his son Callum. Shaun was honest enough to tell us that he was desperate to get back into the pro game and in the interests of continuity and certainty it was felt by both sides right to make a change. We part on the best of terms with our very grateful thanks to Shaun for the work that he did while he was with us and for the coaching legacy he has left behind. Cal-lum was a compelling candidate to replace Shaun. We have known him for a while now as a result of the work he has done with our u21s. He will fill both the role of first team coach and u21 manager. We are delighted to have him involved and look forward to a long and successful association with him. Next week we travel to Kings Lynn for the longest trip of the season and are making it an overnight stop to try and ensure the play-ers are in the best possible condition to get a result from the game.I gather that Pippa is starting another Last Man Standing competition-great fun and a chance to earn yourself some money whilst helping the Club at the same time-see Pippa or any Club Director for further details. Enjoy the game and dont forget the 50:50 tickets. ChrisOfficial website: www.pooletownfc.co.uk 6MATCH REPORT MATCH REPORT2 2BrooksRobertsBauzaScotcherThe visitors from South Wales return with a hard earned point at Tatnam Farm.Merthyr came to Tatnam as the 7th placed team in the league, with an identical record of two wins, one draw, and one defeat. Only Goal Dif-ference separated the two sides.The Dolphins sped out the blocks, with former Poole favourite, Rhys Bag-gridge, conceding a corner. Poole got off to another brilliant start as Brooks used his aerial prowess to head home from a well whipped in Devlin cor-ner in the third minute. Shortly after, Richard Gillespie was brought down just outside the box, earning Merthyrs No.5, Jarrad Wright, the first booking of the game. However, the resultant free kick was wasted by Poole, failing to capitalise on a good chance.Gillespie proved to be a thorn in Merthyrs side, as he caused multi-ple problems by making good runs into the box, but unfortunately, they bore no fruit. Slowly Pooles grip on the early stages of the game waiv-ered Merthyr were now attacking in numbers, as well as having numerous attacks. One of these attacks resulted in a corner, which was wasted.However, the Martyrs first spell of domination in the game finally resulted in a goal, as Poole failed to clear, and the only non-Welsh player in the Merthyr side, ex-Swansea City player Guillem Bauz (of Spain) struck a half-volley into the back of Nick Hutchings net in the 19th minute of the game. With the scores level, Merthyr slowly became the better team, but only slightly. Hutchings did well to close down an unmarked Merthyr player before making another block shortly after.Around the 27th minute mark, Mer-thyr had a strong appeal for a penalty, but this was waved away by the ref-eree Louis Marks of Denmead. In the following minute, a well struck cross found the head of Kayne McLaggen, who was unmarked, but only manage to horribly miss the goal with a looping header over. After half an hour, it was Twitter: @PooleTownFCFacebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)7COMP League DATE 22/08/15 REPORT Jack TannerMATCH REPORT MATCH REPORTclear who the better team was, but in the last 15 minutes of the first half the best chance came from a Devlin free kick, which was flicked just wide by Jamie Whisken. In the 42nd minute, Merthyr had the strongest penalty claim of the half, as even the Lines-man flagged for a foul, but again the Referee let play continue, dismissing the claim.One a piece at the half time break, and Poole were lucky to go in all level. There was only one switch at half time, Luke Roberts coming off for Richard Gillespie. It seemed whatever the Poole manager had said to his troops in the interval clearly had some affect, as Poole quickly won a corner, but it came to nothing. Another attack resulted in an ambitious overhead kick by Marvin Brooks, who fired just wide.Slowly Merthyr took control of the game again, with two corners having to be punched away by Hutchings. Luke Holmes and Jamie Gleeson came off for Alan Connell and Jamie Davidson in the 61st minute.The game became slightly more even as Poole had a couple of count-er attacks, before Merthyr broke and scored almost a carbon copy of their first goal , with an even better strike by Elliot Scotcher. It looked like Mer-thyrs efforts had guaranteed them 3 points to take back home to Penydar-ren Park, but substitute Luke Roberts had other ideas Jamie Davidson drew a foul from the Merthyr defence, with the free kick taken by Devlin, who returned the ball to Davidson, who set up Roberts to beat three defenders with some quick feet, before cooly slotting home into the bottom right of the goal, leaving Tom Bradley hapless and hopeless.This set up an interesting ending to the game only for a recklessly mistimed tackle by Merthyr substitute Kyle Patten, lunging into Carl Pettefer, earning him a straight red card. Jamie Whisken was also dismissed for a second bookable offence, meaning Michael Walker finished the game as Captain, and both teams with only ten men. After the fracas between the two teams over the poor challenge, the game ended in an anti-climax,with Lewis Tallack with a rare foray into the oppositions box heading wide. Poole perhaps lucky to get a point, but it was a tight affair that could have seen a winner from either team grab all three. Twitter: @PooleTownFC 8Facebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)The Fans ViewJack Tanner gives his view on the match:Poole laboured to a point against Merthyr Town, which may turn out to be a good point at the end of the season. Two well struck goals from Merthyr came after a well worked Poole corner, before Davidson did well with some quick feet to set up Roberts to equalise.TOM TALKSFacebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)9Tom KillickFirst Team ManagerToday we welcome Frome Town to the Tatnam. They are always difficult opponents but we have get back to winning our home games after dropping points against both Chippenham and Merthyr.The players know they were be-low par against Merthyr. I take a sig-nificant degree of the blame for that as the shape of the side wasnt right and we never really looked comfort-able with or without the ball. We had a fairly long discussion about that and some other issues and tried to improve things this week in training. Without going into detail we feel we have been guilty of being too slow in our build up play and not being quick or positive in our passing. I am hop-ing that you will some improvement today and we can be more penetra-tive and create more chances whilst retaining a real resilience which has been our forte over the years.Shaun Brooks has left the club as he wants to take up a role with a professional team. That is disap-pointing after being with us for such a short time but I respect his deci-sion and wish him well for the future.It was important that we moved swiftly to replace Shaun and we have done that by already ap-pointing Callum Brooks as Head of Coaching. Callum is someone I have known for a number of years and is a well respected and highly qualified coach who has done very good things over at New Milton. I am pleased and excited to have him with us. The squad of players has already been tested with some niggling inju-ries we have picked up and will be particularly stretched next Saturday at Kings Lynn when Michael Walker and Jamie Whisken miss out due to suspension. Thankfully we have real quality that can step in and that is always the key to being successful in trying to win a league.The directors have once again done the players proud by allowing them to travel to Kings Lynn on the Friday night as I do feel its simply to far to go up and back in the same day . An overnight stay gives us the best possible preparation for the game and we need to be sure we take advantage of that. I see that in the FA cup we have been drawn at home to either Barn-staple or Bridgewater. It is great to get a home draw in a competition that offers so much both in prestige and financial rewards. We would all love a run in the competition but we all know that nothing in football come easily and must not get car-ried away.Official website: www.pooletownfc.co.uk 12IN THE PASTON THIS DAY(Home score first)1992Havant Town V Poole Town1-3Dang1998Poole Town V Mayflower West Wight4-0McDonnell (2), Rowley, Krunic2002Poole Town V AFC Aldermaston5-1Holland (3), G Morris, Neville2009Poole Town V Christchurch FC3-0Cook (2), Austin (p)2013Poole Town V Biggleswade Town2-1Preston, GillespieV Frome Town(Poole Town score first)2014/15H 7-0 A 1-0 - League2013/14H 4-2, A 3-1 - LeagueH 3-1 aet, A 1-1 - FA Trophy2008/09 H 1-3 - FA Cup2006/07H 1-3 - FA Vase1989/90H 4-0, A 0-0 - FA Cup1987/88A 0-1 - FA CupSeason Pos Division2014/15 20 Southern Football League Premier Division2013/14 14 Southern Football League Premier Division2012/13 18 Southern Football League Premier Division2011/12 12 Southern Football League Premier Division2010/11 4 Southern Football League Division 1 SWSECRETARYS NOTESWELCOME BACK:Welcome back to Tatnam this afternoon for our Bank Holiday game in the Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division. Our visitors today are Frome Town who have made the trip over the county bound-ary from Somerset welcome to all from Frome and our refereeing team also from Somerset and Hampshire a safe journey home for all.SHOREHAM AIR DISASTER:Together with the whole of the Foot-ball Family, everyone connected with the Southern League was shocked and saddened to learn of the tragic death of Matt Grimstone and Jacob Schilt in the Shoreham air disaster on Saturday. Matt and Jacob were travelling to play for Worthing United in a Southern Combination League match against Loxwood when their car was among those on the A27 struck by a Hawker Hunter jet Saturday 29th saw the Southern League as a whole holding a silence in memory of the whole tragic episode. EVO-STIK SOUTHERN LEAGUE PRE-MIER FIXTURE NEWS:Next up is the longest road trip we have made to a league game in many a long year, as we move into September on Sat-urday 5th we travel to Kings Lynn Town in Norfolk a round trip of 440 miles!!The following Saturday the 12th we have a home tie in the Emirates F.A. Cup 1st Qualifying Rd our opponents will be either Barnstaple Town (Western Premier League) or Bridgwater Town (Southern League Div 1 S & W) If the game requires a replay it will be on Tuesday 15th Septem-ber. The draw for the 2nd Qualifying Rd it will take place on Monday 14th September the draw details are usually out by around lunchtime visit TheFA.com. It is another long trek to Biggleswade Town in Bedfordshire on Saturday 19th then Tuesday 22nd is a derby at Tatnam v Dorchester Town with a midweek trip to Bideford in Devon to finish off the month on Tuesday 29th September.WITH THE CUP COMPETITIONS GETTING UNDERWAY PLEASE KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR FIXTURE CHANG-ES. CUP NEWS:Emirates F.A. Cup 1st Qualifying Rd Home v Barnstaple Town or Bridgwater Town - Sat 12/9/15 F.A. Trophy 1st Qualifying Rd Away v Merthyr Tn Sat 31/10/15 F.A. Youth Cup Preliminary Rd Away v Bournemouth Poppies The date has been set for Thursday 10th September 7.00 pm 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: We are travelling with Excelsior Coach-es again this season. Same prices as last season see poster boards for details. In regard to the Kings Lynn trip apol-ogies for the wrong information in the Chippenham programme no team coach will now be running to this game. I was totally unaware of the changes but some other travel possibilities may be available see Fred or Pippa.The coach for Biggleswade on Satur-day 19th will leave from Tatnam Co-op at 9.00 am details on the Bideford game asap. As before book-ings 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 byAvailable to sponsorJamie DavidsonMidfielderSponsored byAvailable to sponsorLuke 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.ukDarren Chitty (Goalkeeper) Experienced goalkeeper who has played for Melksham Town and Team Bath and now in his sixth season with the Club. Lee Sweet (Defender) Joined the Robins in pre-season and is currently studying at Bath University. Previously played for Bishop Sutton & Larkhall. Alex Stafei (Defender) A new signing having moved to the Country earlier this year from his native Romania. Im-pressed during pre-season at full back. Jack Vallis (Defender) Former England U18s school-boys and also played for Eas-tleigh and now into his second full season with the Club after impressing again last year at the heart of the Robins defence. Ryan Lowton (Defender) Impressed during pre-season & has previously played for Heybridge Swifts in the Ryman League before relocating South. Chris McGrath (Defender) Was with Liverpool, Burnley & Walsall as well as representing Republic of Ireland at Under 18 level. Signed from Bideford in March 2015 and formerly with Bridgwater Town and Taunton Town. Steve Hulbert (Defender) A summer signing from Brad-ford Town where he was cap-tain. A versatile player who always gives 100%. Ricky Hulbert (Midfielder) One of the longest serving play-ers at the Club and always gives 110% every time he pulls on a Frome shirt. Has played in just about every position including goalkeeper during his time with the Robins. Jon Vance (Midfielder) Adrian Fosters first signing at the Club and previously played for Taunton, Tiverton Town, Bridgwater Town and Gillingham Town. MEET THE OPPOSITION MEET THE OPPOSITIONUnofficial forum: samspud.proboards.com Official website: www.pooletownfc.co.uk 18Rob Hobbs (Midfielder)Returned to the Club in the closed season from Larkhall Athletic. Has previously played for Swindon Supermarine and Odd Down as well as a brief spell with Frome before suffer-ing a serious injury. Joe Tumelty (Midfielder) Formerly with Cinderford Town and joined from Larkhall Athlet-ic in the summer. An attacking midfielder with plenty of prom-ise. Ben Worlock (Midfielder) Formerly with Bristol Rovers and impressed in the second half of the previous campaign. Joe Stradling (Midfielder) The only Frome based player in the squad & joins the Rob-ins from Bradford Town. Has previously played for Larkhall Athletic. Ben Thomson (Striker) Joined from Gillingham Town where he was a prolific scorer & has shown he can play at South-ern Premier level. Ollie Taylor (Striker) Joined the Club on dual-reg-istration from Conference side Woking in August 2014 and went on to become a regular in the Frome side scoring some crucial goals. Matt Minnis (Striker) Now in his second spell with the Club having re-joined from Devizes Town. Well known for his freestyle football ability. Tyler Sibbick (Striker) Returned to the Club in the closed season from Larkhall Athletic where he scored 35 goals in their debut season in the Southern League and pre-viously netted 50 goals in their Western League title win. 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 RobertsTom WhelanRichard GillespieLuke HolmesAlan ConnellKeith EmmersonNoJamie DavidsonDeclan McCarthyTODAYS TEAMS TODAYS TEAMSFacebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official) Twitter: @PooleTownFC 20Darren Chitty (GK) Kris MillerLee SweetSteve HulbertChris McGrath (c)Jon VanceJom TumeltyRob HobbsBen ThomsonTyler SibbickBen WorlockAlex StafeiOllie TaylorCallum ThompsonJosh Ferguson Ricky HulbertNoREFEREE Ronald Ganfield (Weston-super-Mare)ASSISTANT REFEREES Colin Hopkins (Over Wallop, Stockbridge) Sean Jenkins (Eastleigh)NEXT HOME MATCHPOOLE TOWN V TBA - FA CUPSATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12TH (3PM)MANAGER Nick Bunyard ASSISTANT MANAGER Paul MilsomKIT Blue shirts, blue shorts, blue socksBrad MilesFIXTURES & RESULTSFacebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)21FIXTURES & RESULTSTwitter: @PooleTownFCDate Opposition H/A F-A Att Comp Pos Notes 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 Pettefer 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 SLPMon 31 Frome Town H SLPSat 5 King's Lynn Town A SLPSat 12 Barnstaple or Bridgwater 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 -Tues 3 Shaftesbury Town H DSC1 -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 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 Pettefer 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 SLPMon 31 Frome Town H SLPSat 5 King's Lynn Town A SLPSat 12 Barnstaple or Bridgwater 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 -Tues 3 Shaftesbury Town H DSC1 -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 5 4 1 0 12 2 +10 132 Leamington 5 4 0 1 9 4 +5 123 Cambridge City 5 3 1 1 6 1 +5 104 Cirencester Town 5 3 1 1 9 5 +4 105 Weymouth 5 3 1 1 6 2 +4 106 St Neots Town 5 2 2 1 15 9 +6 87 Merthyr Town 5 2 2 1 10 6 +4 88 Dorchester Town 5 2 2 1 9 6 +3 89 Hitchin Town 5 2 2 1 8 5 +3 810 Stratford Town 5 2 2 1 8 8 0 811 Poole Town 5 2 2 1 7 7 0 812 Biggleswade Town 5 2 1 2 11 8 +3 713 Chesham United 5 2 1 2 8 5 +3 714 Hungerford Town 5 1 3 1 6 5 -1 615 Kings Lynn Town 5 2 0 3 2 5 -3 616 Slough Town 5 1 2 2 10 10 0 517 Dunstable Town 5 1 2 2 4 6 -2 518 Redditch United 5 0 4 1 3 4 -1 419 Kettering Town 5 1 1 3 5 7 -2 420 Bideford 5 1 1 3 6 9 -3 421 Histon 5 1 1 3 4 14 -10 422 Frome Town 5 0 3 2 2 10 -8 323 Paulton Rovers 5 0 2 3 3 10 -7 224 Bedworth United 5 0 1 4 2 17 -15 1Correct as of 27/08/15AROUND THE LEAGUEOfficial website: www.pooletownfc.co.uk 24Chesham United 5 - 1 Frome TownCirencester Town 0 - 1 Kings Lynn TownDorchester Town 0 - 0 Dunstable TownHiston 0 - 0 Chippenham TownHitchin Town 3 - 1 Slough TownHungerford Town 2 - 0 Biggleswade TownKettering Town 0 - 1 WeymouthLeamington 2 - 1 BidefordPaulton Rovers 0 - 0 Bedworth UnitedPoole Town 2 - 2 Merthyr TownRedditch United 0 - 0 Cambridge CitySt Neots Town 2 - 2 Stratford TownThe Evo-Stik League Southern Premier Division results - 22/08/15Unofficial forunm: samspud.proboards.comLEAGUE TABLEChesham United V Slough TownCirencester Town V Merthyr TownDorchester Town V WeymouthHiston V Cambridge CityHitchin Town V Dunstable TownHungerford Town V Chippenham TownKettering Town V Kings Lynn TownLeamington V Bedworth UnitedPaulton Rovers V BidefordPoole Town V Frome TownRedditch United V Stratford TownSt Neots Town V Biggleswade TownThe Evo-Stik League Southern Premier Division fixtures - MondayCorrect as of 27/08/15BUILDERSSWEARBY 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 5 5 0 0 12 2 +10 152 Taunton Town 5 4 0 1 9 5 +4 123 Winchester City 5 3 1 1 19 9 +10 104 Cinderford Town 5 3 1 1 12 5 +7 105 Swindon Supermarine 5 3 1 1 8 3 +5 106 Didcot Town 5 3 0 2 13 8 +5 97 Tiverton Town 5 3 0 2 6 6 0 98 Mangotsfield Town 5 3 0 2 10 11 -1 99 Larkhall Athletic 5 2 2 1 10 6 +4 810 Banbury United 5 2 2 1 9 8 +1 811 Wantage Town 5 2 1 2 15 6 +9 712 Yate Town 5 2 1 2 6 4 +2 713 Evesham United 5 2 1 2 5 3 +2 714 Bishops Cleeve 5 2 1 2 10 12 -2 715 Shortwood United 5 2 0 3 7 7 0 616 Burnham 5 2 0 3 6 6 0 617 Marlow 5 1 2 2 7 12 -5 518 Slimbridge 5 1 2 2 4 9 -5 519 Bridgwater Town 5 1 0 4 8 14 -6 320 Wimborne Town 5 1 0 4 10 17 -7 321 AFC Totton 5 0 1 4 5 12 -7 122 Bashley 5 0 0 5 2 28 -26 0Correct as of 27/08/15AROUND THE LEAGUE - SD1SWOfficial website: www.pooletownfc.co.uk 28Unofficial forum: samspud.proboards.comLEAGUE TABLE - SD1SWAFC Totton 1 - 3 Didcot TownBashley 0 - 4 Bridgwater TownBurnham 1 - 3 Wimborne TownCinderford Town 3 - 3 Banbury UnitedEvesham United 1 - 0 Winchester CityLarkhall Athletic 1 - 1 Swindon SupermarineMangotsfield United 3 - 2 Bishops CleeveNorth Leigh 1 - 0 Taunton TownSlimbridge 0 - 4 Yate TownTiverton Town 2 - 0 MarlowWantage Town 3 - 1 Shortwood UnitedThe Evo-Stik League Southern D1SW results - 22/08/15Banbury United V Evesham UnitedBishops Cleeve V Cinderford TownBridgwater Town V Tiverton TownDidcot Town V North LeighMarlow V BurnhamShortwood United V SlimbridgeSwindon Supermarine V Wantage TownTaunton Town V Larkhall AthleticWimborne Town V BashleyWinchester City V AFC TottonYate Town V Mangotsfield UnitedThe Evo-Stik League Southern D1SW fixtures - MondayCorrect as of 27/08/15Official website: www.pooletownfc.co.ukUnofficial forunm: samspud.proboards.com31LEAGUE TABLE - SD1CPos Team P W D L F A GD PTS1 Northwood 5 4 0 1 11 5 +6 122 Beaconsfield SYCOB 5 3 2 0 12 4 +8 113 St Ives Town 6 3 2 1 10 7 +3 114 Bedford Town 5 3 1 1 9 4 +5 105 Aylesbury 5 3 1 1 11 7 +4 106 AFC Rushden & Diamonds 5 2 3 0 9 6 +3 97 Chalfont St Peter 5 3 0 2 10 9 +1 98 Potters Bar Town 5 3 0 2 7 7 0 99 Uxbridge 5 2 2 1 10 8 +2 810 Godalming Town 5 2 2 1 6 5 +1 811 Leighton Town 5 2 2 1 7 7 0 812 Royston Town 6 2 1 3 9 10 -1 713 Kings Langley 5 2 1 2 7 8 -1 714 Aylesbury United 5 2 1 2 8 10 -2 715 Barton Rovers 5 1 3 1 8 6 +2 616 Ware 5 1 2 2 6 8 -2 517 Petersfield Town 4 0 3 1 6 7 +1 318 Egham Town 5 1 0 4 5 6 -1 319 Fleet Town 4 0 2 2 4 8 -4 220 Hanwell Town 5 0 2 3 4 9 -5 221 North Greenford United 5 0 2 3 3 8 -4 222 Arlesey Town 5 0 0 5 2 15 -13 0Correct as of 27/08/15AROUND THE LEAGUE - SD1COfficial website: www.pooletownfc.co.uk 32Unofficial forunm: samspud.proboards.comLEAGUE TABLE - SD1CAFC Rushden & Diamonds 3 - 1 Chalfont St PeterArlesey Town 2 - 5 Beaconsfield SYCOBAylesbury 2 - 2 Hanwell TownBedford Town 1 - 0 Barton RoversEgham Town 0 - 1 St Ives TownGodalming Town 0 - 1 Potters Bar TownLeighton Town 2 - 2 Petersfield TownNorth Greenford United 0 - 2 WareNorthwood 1 - 3 Aylesbury UnitedRoyston Town 2 - 1 Kings LangleyUxbridge 4 - 2 Fleet TownThe Evo-Stik League Southern D1C results - 22/08/15AFC Rushden & Diamonds V Bedford TownAylesbury United V AylesburyBarton Rovers V Leighton TownFleet Town V Godalming TownHanwell Town V North Greenford UnitedKings Langley V NorthwoodPetersfield Town V UxbridgePotters Bar Town V Arlesey TownWare V Chalfont St PeterBeaconsfield SYCOB V Egham TownThe Evo-Stik League Southern Premier D1C fixtures - Mon/TuesCorrect as of 27/08/15100 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 MASCOTSTODAYS MASCOTSNamesTommy Stannard, James StannardAgesTommy: 12James: 8SchoolTommy: St Edwards James: St MarysFavourite Team(s)Poole Town and Manchester United:Favourite player(s)Tommy: Luke Burbidge, Steve Devlin, Ronaldo and Memphis DepayJames: Luke Burbidge, Ronaldo, Robin Van Persie and anyone who scores for his favourite clubs!Plays forTommy: Poole Town Wessex RoversJames: Not playing for anyone yet!Would 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 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 AVAILABLELeamington Portman Stone 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: @PooleTownFCWell we managed a draw against one of the fancied sides in Merthyr, but today we need to go one better. These notes were written before the Slough game so do not have the benefit of that result. Hopefully we got another important away win under our belt and we can continue that way today. Come on you Dolphins, we believe!I would like to thank Portman Stone for Sponsoring the Merthyr Match and picking Marvin Brooks as their Man of the Match. Unfortunately we did not get a photo as Marvin took too long doing his hair. Peter and Olive Reeves sponsored the Ball and in return have secured themselves a reserved seat in the stand for the rest of the season. A couple of others have since followed suit. If you would like to do likewise, then please get in touch. Also, a big thank you goes to Brynn Vaughan for being our Mascot on Saturday, who asked to have his photo taken with Goal Keeper Nick Hutchings. For todays game, Rockley Park return to Tatnam and have Sponsored the Match and the Ball has been sponsored by City-IR who have agreed to sponsor the ball for a package of games. Todays Mascots are the nephews of Matt McGuire, who recently walked from Tatnam to Old Traf-ford, Manchester, fundraising for Bobby, son of Martin Smith (Cheeso). 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 plen-ty of availability. At the time of writing, Hutch, JD, Marvin and Luke Roberts are all looking for Sponsors and we are looking for Sponsors and Mascot for the FA Cup game on Saturday 12st September.We will finally launch the new fans shirt (second strip) today. As its a home game, we will not be wearing it, but you will be able to collect your pre-orders from Robtheshirt in the Supporters Club Club-shop. 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 shortly. There are all kinds of other bar-gains 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 saman-tha@pooletownfc.co.uk for further infor-mation 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@poole-townfc.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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