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  • Main Sponsor

    Saturday, 19th December The Evo-Stik League Southern Premier Division

    Poole Town FC

    Match sponsorFunky Peach

    Ball SponsorDaniels/Wigmore Family

    V Slough Town

    Official matchday programme 2

    Issue 16

  • Official website: www.pooletownfc.co.uk

    WELCOME TO TATNAM

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    WELCOME TO TATNAM

    CLUB HONOURS

    Hampshire League Div 11999-00

    Wessex League Premier Division2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11

    Southern League Div 1 SW2012-13

    Western League1956-57

    Southern League Cup2014-15

    Western Football League Cup1956-57

    Trophyman Cup1997-98, 1998-99

    Dorset Senior Cup189495, 189697, 189899, 190102, 190304, 190607, 192526,

    192627, 193738, 194647, 197475, 198889, 199798, 200809,

    201213, 201314

    ChairmanClive Robbins

    Vice ChairmanChris Reeves

    Commercial DirectorMark Bumford

    Facilities DirectorRod Taylor

    DirectorPippa Daniels

    Secretary Bill Reid15 Addison CloseRomsey, HampshireSO51 7TL01794 517991

    First Team ManagerTom Killick

    Head CoachCallum Brooks

    PhysioMatt Fisher

    Kit ManPaul Ayley

    Assistant Kit ManShane Lanchbury

    Goalkeeping CoachRobbie Yates

    GroundsmanChris Kelly

    Safety OfficerRob Bayston

    Programme EditorJack Amey

    Programme ContributorSteve Park

    PASteve Park

    Club PhotographerAndy Orman

    HospitalityEllie Bumford

    Supporters Club ChairPippa Daniels

    Bar/Catering/SiteManagerDick Thomas

    Kitchen SupervisorLiz Gower

    CLUB OFFICIALS

    CLUB INFORMATIONClub offices: 153 High Street, Poole,

    Dorset. BH15 1AUTelephone: 01202 674425

    Fax: 01202 681187

    Ground address: Oakdale School, Tatnam Ground, School Lane, Poole, Dorset, BH15 3JR

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  • CAPTAINS NOTESJamie WhiskenClub Captain

    Facebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)

    Afternoon all, so since I last wrote my notes weve picked up 4 more points and kept 2 clean sheets, strengthening our league position. In one of our worst performances of the season we were held 0-0 at home to Hungerford, a result that seems to be a regular occurrence against them, but this was a game we were just not at the races. We were ok defensively and managed to keep another clean sheet and earn ourselves a point but that has to be the only real positive. Our attacking players have been excellent recently and all it was was an off day for them, they were straight back to their best Saturday away at Bedworth, we were just too much for them going forward. They still had their threats and we did well to keep yet another clean sheet. It was another great 3 points on the road for us and we just have to keep on picking up points, were not too interested

    in the league table at the moment, whats im-portant is our next game and thats today vs Slough. Weve had a good weeks training leading up to this and were fresh and ready to go, we know today will be tough, but we remain confident in doing what we do.

    Get behind the lads!!

    Whisk

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  • BOARDROOM NOTES

    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 available

    We 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 Lawyer

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    Poole153 High Street, Poole Telephone: 01202 674425

    Wimborne25 East Street, Wimborne BH21 1DUTelephone: 01202 880382

    S O L I C I TO R S

    Official website: www.pooletownfc.co.uk

  • BOARDROOM NOTESClive RobbinsChairman

    This afternoon I would like to extend a warm welcome to the Directors, Players and Supporters of Slough Town F.C. It is only recently that we have been matched in the same league as Slough but our few encounters have always been good natured, full blooded affairs and I am sure this will be no different. Our visitors have had a mixed season so far with some notable victories and some disappointing defeats and they sit mid table at the time of writing these notes, with a difficult home fixture against Merthyr Town on Tuesday. Poole Town ,on the other hand, have carried on from last year with some outstanding performances in the League and we deserve to be at the top of the pile this weekend. I know Tom is determined to suc-ceed this year and with all Cup commitments out of the way we are set fair to concentrate on winning this very competitive division. I, personally, believe we have the inner strength it takes to stay the course this time around and the fixture backlog which cost us so dear last time appears to have been completely turned around with points in the bag rather than games in hand.

    The performance at Bedworth has strengthened our position at the summit with all reports pointing to a clinical performance against resurgent opponents who had im-proved their performances in recent weeks. Toms comments on Lee Wort in the Echo were particularly effusive and, with Richard Gillespies continued absence, it is comforting that we will have Lee for at least a few more games. I would also like to congratulate Luke Roberts on some outstanding performanc-es up front and Marvin Brooks looks to be peaking at just the right time! Our defence has proved to be one of the best and mean-est in the Southern Premier and the midfield continues to dominate most matches with the talents of Carl Pettefer and Steve Devlin providing chance after chance for the tireless running of Luke Burbidge. All in all the omens look good but it is only by keeping up a

    relentless pressure in every match that we will reach the near pinnacle of Non league which is the Conference South. Whilst writing I wish a speedy recov-ery to those players who have suffered long term injuries playing for PTFC and the time is approaching when they will be demanding a place back in our side, giving Tom a real headache when preparing his Team Sheets.

    As Chris Reeves mentioned in his last notes, before jetting off to warmer climes, the Board would like to welcome Eddie Mitchell as our latest Director and we are for-tunate to have his expertise and new ideas to invigorate the Club in our relentless climb up the pyramid. With all the hype surrounding the success of AFC Bournemouth of late it is too easy to forget the one man who put all the pieces in place ready for ultimate success and, albeit on a lower level, we hope his stay with us will duplicate the process.

    Dont forget the Weymouth game on the 2nd January here at Tatnam. They will bring hundreds of fans and I would like to think that we can sing just as loudly and support the boys. League positions mean nothing in a local derby such as this and we will give everything to win El Jurassico as it has become known!

    Buy your usual 50/50 ticket and maybe one more this week!!

    Clive Robbins.Chairman.

    .

    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 available

    We 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 Lawyer

    Friendly, straightforward, efficient

    Expert legal advice and legal services for you and your family.

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    Poole153 High Street, Poole Telephone: 01202 674425

    Wimborne25 East Street, Wimborne BH21 1DUTelephone: 01202 880382

    S O L I C I TO R S

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  • LAST TIME OUT

    Official website: www.pooletownfc.co.uk

    LAST TIME OUT

    Poole put even more breathing space between themselves and their fellow title rivals as they saw off a side from the other end of the table 23rd place Bedworth United.

    With three other title rivals out of the picture (Leamington has their Trophy trip to Altrincham cancelled, whilst Chippenham didnt play and Hun-gerford were also on Trophy duty), Redditch and Hitchin drew 0-0.

    However, it wouldnt exactly be plain sailing for the Dolphins, as the first half saw an extremely open half, which Poole just about edged out, early on. It was topsy-turvy, but nei-ther side had the penetrative power to take the lead, at least until the 38th minute.

    As Jack Dickson floated in a corner, Denham Hinds in the Bedworth goal came to claim but dropped the ball, before blocking his own defenders clearance, the ball falling back to Poole, and eventually to Lee Wort,

    whose acrobatic overhead kick saw the ball turned in by the outstretched Marvin Brooks, who grabbed his sec-ond goal in three games.

    It wouldnt be the keepers sole mistake of the game, as moment later he spilled again, allowing Luke Burbidge to get a shot off on goal only for it to be well blocked by Craig Kelly on the line. There would be even more last-ditch heroics, as Luke Rowe was forced into making another goal-line clearance from the resultant corner.

    After a large spike of activity, the game died down again, and by the time the half time whistle went, the two sides were equal again. By now the wind had picked up just in time for Poole to kick against it. Bedworth seemed to sense they could perhaps grab an equaliser, but apart from the a few shots over the bar, the hosts never really threatened, even if they had the lion share of the possession in the second half.

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    0 2BrooksWort

    COMP League DATE 12/12/2015 WRITTEN BY Jack Tanner for South Coast Journalism

  • LAST TIME OUTPoole were resigned to hitting the

    home side on the counter, and it paid off. Luke Roberts picking up the ball, before driving into the Bedworth box his cutback left by Dickson, allowing Wort to slot home for his first goal in Poole colours.

    With 9 minutes to go, the hosts couldnt muster anything of any real note, meaning the Dolphins returned to Dolphins victorious, with their 4th clean-sheet in 5 games.

    Speaking with Killick after the game, the Poole manager stated: I didnt think we played particularly well, but we were resilient when we had to be.

    The second goal just came at a good time for us really, because at that point, it looked like they had momentum we were defending for long periods. So, the second goal was precious.

    With Poole now 12 points clear, Killick said that: I did look at some of the fixtures today and thought that if we looked after things here then there might be some dropped points elsewhere thats how its proved. Im just pleased to have a free week this week weve had a lot of games, its nice to have a free week where we can do a bit of training and get ourselves ready for Saturday.

    With 25 games played this year, Poole have amassed 53 points last year they had 44 points from 18. This is a stat Killick is aware of: [Last season] it was before the end of January that wed play the amount of games wed played this year you can almost say were over a month ahead of our fixtures, and that is a

    really positive thing from our point of view, to have a little bit more breath-ing space between games, time to recover from games, has to stand us in good stead.

    Poole were renowned for their defensive steel last term, and look to be back at their usual standard they have conceded just the one goal in their past 5 league games.

    We pride ourselves on working very hard when the opposition have the ball, we try and restrict teams in terms of space, possession, opportu-nities and I think we have been good lately people should bear in mind, although a couple are longer term, weve gone into this game without Richard Gillespie, Jamie Gleeson, Steve Devlin and Lewis Lindsay. Thats four very strong players to be without.

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    LAST TIME OUT

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    The Fans ViewJack Tanner

    A controlling win over a title rival - important in the grand scheme of things!However, its important not to get car-ried away, as Hungerford are a very strong, physical side, itll be a tough game. A win

    over one of the chasing pack would be vital! Come on you

    Dolphins!

  • TRAVEL PAGE

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    BOXING DAY - Sat 26th December v FROME TOWNDetails are still being discussed.

    If a coach runs it will leave at 11.30 am. Sat 9th January v STRATFORD TOWN - Time 9.30 am

    Coaches leave by (Co-op) end of Tatnam Rd. BOOKINGS AT THE CLUB OFFICE

    IN ADDITION JOHN CURTIS RUNS A MINIBUS TO SATURDAY

    AWAY GAMES. COST = 15.00. RING JOHN CURTIS ON 01305 257045

    ROAD DIRECTIONS TO FROME TOWN:

    Blindmans Brewery Stadium, Berkeley Road, Frome, Somerset, BA11 2EHFrom Bath, take A36 and then A361. At third roundabout, follow A361 and

    at fourth roundabout take A3098. Take first right and ground is one mile on left hand side. From South follow A36 (Warminster) and take A3098 to Frome. At T-Junction turn

    right and take second exit at roundabout. Ground is first right and follow road for one mile on left hand side. Nearest Railway Station: Frome - 1 mile.

    ROAD DIRECTIONS TO STRATFORD TOWN: The DSC Stadium, Knights Lane, Tiddington, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick-shire, CV37 7BZ From the Town centre - follow signs for Banbury (A422) and Oxford (A3400).

    Cross the Clopton bridge and turn immediately left onto the B4086 (sign-posted Wellesbourne). After approximately 1 mile you will enter the village of Tiddington. Turn first right into Knights Lane and the ground is 800 yards

    on the right hand side (100 yards after school).

    From M40 Junction 13 - take the B4086 via Wellesbourne to Stratford-up-on-Avon. Knights Lane is the last turning on the left after The Crown pub.

    Nearest Railway Station: Stratford-upon-Avon - 2.5 miles.

    INFORMATION

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    INFORMATION

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    Main car park will be open - BUT car park at Stadium car park in WimbO-rne road

    (free of charge) will also be open.

    Away supporters will be using the Fleetsbridge turnstile....