FLEET TOWN v SLIMBRIDGE
FLEET TOWN v SLIMBRIDGE
FLEET TOWN v SLIMBRIDGE Saturday February 16th 2019 – 3.00 P.M Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South Today’s Fleet Town ‘Man of the Match’ is Sponsored by Easi–Leaflets http://easi-leaflets.com SPONSORED BY
Dear Fleet Town supporters, Good afternoon and a warm welcome to Calthorpe Park the home of Fleet Town F.C. for today’s Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South fixture. In particular of course to the Committee, Players, Management and supporters of our visitors Slimbridge who have travelled up from Gloucestershire where their area is best known for Sir Peter Scott’s Wildlife and Wetlands Reserve not football.
Like us Slimbridge are not having a great season and currently lie one place above ourselves having gained 21 points from their 27 games. However back in October we did manage to win 3-1 at their place which we sincerely hope is a good omen for this afternoon’s match. It would really help our cause if we could record our first double of the season. It was good to win our Aldershot Senior Cup Quarter Final Match on Tuesday against Woodley United with a resounding 4-1 win over our Hellenic League opponents. We are really hoping that this win will give our lads the confidence to carry it in to our League form.
Although our last two away league games have been very entertaining, they have both resulted in us losing by the same score line namely 5-3. It is very frustrating to everyone connected with our club to score 3 goals away from home in successive fixtures yet in both cases come away with zero points. We know where are problems lie and I can assure you that our Management and Coaching staff are working very hard to put these right. It was interesting to read of the F.A.’s new policy in dealing with the problem of when Clubs withdraw from Leagues in steps 3 & 4 after the make up of the Divisions has already been allocated.
This was of course was what happened to us at the beginning of this season when we were suddenly moved laterally because of the withdrawal of a Club hundreds of miles away from us. It caused us immeasurable problems which we are still suffering from. Apparently the F.A. were bound by certain regulations which they have now changed. In future this will not happen. What a pity this was not the policy a year earlier !
We hope you all enjoy the game today and as always thank our home fans for their amazing support which is really appreciated. ‘Come on you Blues’ Martin Griffiths WELCOME TO CALTHORPE PARK _ _ Fleet Town is an unincorporated association, managed by a committee, currently comprising of the following individuals: Sam Waters, Martin Waters ,Alec Grant, Richard Whittington, Harry Cannon, Darren Edwards and Nathan Cookson. 01252 623804 www.fleettownfc.co.uk Fleet Town F.C. Crookham Road, Fleet, Hants, GU51 5FA CHAIRMAN: Sam Waters VICE CHAIRMAN : Martin Waters COMMITTEE MEMBERS: Alec Grant, Richard Whittington, Harry Cannon, Darren Edwards Nathan Cookson, Martin & Sam Waters CLUB SECRETARY : Richard Whittington CLUB TREASURER : Sandy Riordan FIRST TEAM MANAGER : David Kelly ASSISTANT MANAGER : Tommy Taylor FIRST TEAM COACH : Chris Neate SPORTS THERAPIST : Edward Hensby YOUTH TEAM MANAGER: Neil Selby WEBSITE MANAGERS : Harry Cannon & Matt Thorne CLUB WELFARE OFFICER : Chris Arnold CLUB HEALTH & SAFETY OFFICER : David Kelly PROGRAMME EDITOR : Martin Griffiths CLUB SHOP MANAGER : Claire Whittington HOSPITALITY : Carol Black TEA BAR : Maria Horsenail GROUNDSMAN ; Bryan Smith
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FIXTURES AND RESULTS 2018/19 Date Opponents H/A Competition Score Result Att. Sat Aug 18 Street A Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South 3-0 L 193 Tue Aug 21 Blackfield & Langley H Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South 0-2 L 120 Sat Aug 25 Petersfield Town H Emirates F.A. Cup Preliminary Round 3-1 W 141 Mon Aug 27 Thatcham Town A Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South 6-0 L 212 Sat Sep 1 Bristol Manor Farm H Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South 2-2 D 83 Tue Sep 4 Farnborough H Southern League Challenge Cup Preliminary Round 1-3 L 143 Sat Sep 8 East Grinstead H Emirates F.A.
Cup 1st Qualifying Round 1-2 L 159 Sat Sep 15 Bideford A Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South 2-1 L 195 Tue Sep 18 Hamble Club H Hampshire Senior Cup Round 2 2-0 W 46 Sat Sep 22 A.F.C. Totton H Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South 2-5 L 148 Sat Sep 29 Yate Town A Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South 4-2 L 214 Sat Oct 6 Mangotsfield United H Evo-Stik League South Division1 South 1-2 L 73 Sat Oct 13 Barnstaple Town H Buildbase F.A. Trophy Preliminary Round 2-1 W 104 Tue Oct 16 Badshot Lea H Aldershot Senior Cup Round 1 2-1 W 67 Sat Oct 20 Slimbridge A Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South 1-3 W 75 Sat Oct 27 Salisbury H Buildbase F.A.
Trophy 1st Qualifying Round 0-3 L 267 Sat Nov 3 Paulton Rovers H Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South 2-3 L 110 Tue Nov 13 Romsey H Russell Cotes Cup Round 2 1-0 W 55 Sat Nov 17 Cinderford Town A Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South 1-2 W 110 Sat Nov 24 Barnstaple Town H Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South 4-3 W 95 Tue Nov 27 Winchester City H Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South 1-2 L 101 Sat Dec 1 Cirencester Town A Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South 4-0 L 126 Mon Dec 3 Southampton F.C. A Hampshire Senior Cup Round 3 at AFC Totton’s Ground 1-0 L 101 Sat Dec 8 Evesham United H Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South 1-4 L 123 Sat Dec 15 Larkhall Athletic A Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South 3-1 L 70 Sat Dec 22 Melksham Town A Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South 2-1 L 382 Wed Dec 26 Thatcham Town H Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South 1-2 L 217 Sat Dec 29 Street H Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South 1-3 L 177 Tue Jan 1st Moneyfields A Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South 4-1 L 75 Sat Jan 5 Highworth Town H Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South 3-4 L 116 Tue Jan 8 Lymington Town A Russell Cotes Cup Round 3 2-1 W 35 Sat Jan 12 Blackfield & Langley A Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South 4-1 L 89 Sat Jan 19 Bideford H Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South 3-2 W 99 Sat Jan 26 A.F.C.
Totton A Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South 5-3 L 333 Sat Feb 9 Mangotsfield United A Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South 5-3 L 107 Tue Feb 12 Woodley United A Aldershot Senior Cup Quarter Final 1-4 W 40 Sat Feb 16 Slimbridge H Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South Sat Feb 23 Paulton Rovers A Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South Tue Feb 26 Yate Town H Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South Sat Mar 2 Larkhall Athletic H Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South Tue Mar 5 Sholing F.C. H Russell Cotes Cup – Quarter Final Sat Mar 9 Evesham United A Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South Sat Mar 16 Barnstaple Town A Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South Sat Mar 23 Cirencester Town H Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South Sat Mar 30 Winchester City A Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South Sat Apr 6 Cinderford Town H Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South Sat Apr 13 Melksham Town H Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South Sat Apr 20 Bristol Manor Farm A Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South Mon Apr 22 Moneyfields H Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South Sat Apr 27 Highworth Town A Evo-Stik League South Division 1 South
THE HISTORY OF SLIMBRIDGE F.C. . The Gloucestershire village of Slimbridge is world renowned for Peter Scott’s Wildfowl Trust Bird Sanctuary, but in recent years much hard work has gone into making Slimbridge better known in football circles. The Club’s history can be traced back to the 1899/1900 season playing in local football at various venues in and around the village. A gap in the records suggests there may have been a couple of seasons when no games were played, and thus, officially, the Club’s centenary was celebrated in 2002/03. It was not until 1951 that the current ground at Wisloe Road was acquired, after a former Chairman, Evi Thornhill, bequeathed it to the Club in his Will.
For the next forty-odd years the Club were predominantly members of the Stroud and District League with varying degrees of success and failure, except for a period between 1960 and 1968 when they were in the Gloucester Northern Senior League. By 1988, a point of collapse approached, but fortunately, a handful of committee members led by Gordon King and Gordon Tudor kept the Club afloat. The following season local businessman Paul Chappell arrived. The Club was stabilised and construction of new changing facilities, to County League standard, were completed.
As playing standards improved, the building of a long awaited Social Club commenced in the 1998/99 season.
The following year saw the introduction of John Mack, a successful local entrepreneur, as Chairman. In 2001 saw Doug Gray appointed Manager. After achieving the Runners-up spot in their first season in the Gloucester County League, the club were accepted into the Hellenic League. Hellenic Division One West was won by an eleven point margin in 2002/03 and with it, promotion to the Hellenic Premier Division, where a creditable fourth place finish was achieved in 2003/04. In a marvelous season the club also claimed the Hellenic ‘Norman Matthews’ Floodlit Cup and the G.F.A. Challenge Trophy.
The summer of 2003 saw the floodlights installed. A pre-season visit from Conference side Forest Green Rovers on 22nd July, produced a then ground record attendance of 427 to witness the inaugural floodlit game at Wisloe Road. A few weeks later the ground record was beaten at a Bank Holiday Hellenic Premier Division fixture that was part of the 2003/04 annual ‘Ground Hop’ weekend. Local rivals Shortwood United provided the opposition in front of a crowd of 525. Season 2004/05 again saw a fourth place finish in the Hellenic Premier Division, along with a first entry into the F.A. Vase competition which resulted in a useful run to the third round proper before a 2-1 extra time defeat at ‘Screwfix’ Western League side Backwell United concluded an enjoyable campaign.
Sadly, in the February, Gray stood down after nearly four seasons at the helm of the club. The club started season 2005/06 under newly appointed Manager Doug Foxwell. A first entry into the F.A. cup saw a visit from Wessex League side Wimborne Town. A 1-0 defeat did not dampen the sense of occasion on the first day of the season. A second successful run in the F.A. Vase again came to an end in the Third Round Proper, with a 3-1 defeat at South Midland Premier, Welwyn Garden City. After a record-breaking 64 game season, the team managed a fifth place finish in the Hellenic Premier Division.
The club also won the Hellenic ‘Norman Matthews’ Floodlit Cup and the GFA Challenge Trophy, both for the second time in three seasons. After two successive third place finishes in the Stroud and District League First Division, season 2005/06 saw the Reserve side finally win the title and with it, promotion to the Gloucester Northern Senior League Division Two. This was the same League title that the first team won in season 1998/99 which proved the springboard for five successive first team promotions. Season 2006/07 proved the most successful in the Club’s history to date, with both the First Team and Reserve side recording League and Cup doubles, with the added bonus of record-breaking F.
A. Cup and Vase runs for the senior side as well. In the F.A. Cup, a five match run from the Extra-Preliminary Round finished at Merthyr Tydfil in the Third Qualifying Round. In the run there were memorable wins against two other Southern Premier sides, 2-1 at Yate Town and 3-1 at home to Chippenham. It was six matches in the F.A. Vase before defeat was tasted, the run ending in the Fifth Round Proper at home to the eventual winners, Truro City.
In the Hellenic Premier Division, a solid start was established. Due to the Cup runs, and then bad weather, which led to a record number of postponements during the subsequently extended season, half a seasons fixtures had to be played in the final two months. A tremendous effort saw the Club bring the Championship Shield to Wisloe Road, the winning margin being three points over second placed North Leigh. There was a rousing performance in the G.F.A. Trophy Final against Almondsbury Town. A 3-1 victory not only retained the Trophy, but recorded a third success in four seasons in that competition.
Alongside the playing success, progress in the improvement of facilities allowed the First Team to be accepted into the BGB Southern League Division One Midlands for Season 2007/08. On July 10th 2007 the club decided not to take up the opportunity of playing in the BGB Southern League Division One Midlands for Season 2007/08, instead the club reverted back to the Gloucester Northern Senior League. This meant a big upheaval in the club both on and off the field with the manager Doug Foxwell and several senior players moving on the pastures new. However a loyal band of players stayed on, including James Cole taking over as player manager with assistance from long term club captain Leon Sterling.
Four promotions followed as the club regained their previous status. The reins were handed over to Leon Sterling, who moved into the Manager's role, joined by Assistant and long time Slimbridge stalwart Freddy Ward.
After three top six finishes in the Hellenic Premier League, The Swans applied for a transfer to the Toolstation Western Premier League, a move approved by the FA in the Summer of 2013. After a period of adjustment, a good second half of the season saw the side comfortably avoid the dogfight at the bottom half of the table. The Swans’ second season in the Western League saw the side build on the back end of the previous campaign, and ended up with the club clinching third spot. With neither of the two sides above them applying to go up, Slimbridge were promoted to to the Southern League Division One South and West.
, Now at the start of their third season at Southern League level, Freddy Ward moved into the Manager’s hot set halfway through last season, and has recruited Lee Driver-Dickerson as his Assistant, as the Swans look to consolidate their position. At the start of the 2016-7 Season, the Wilsoe Road Ground was renamed ‘Thornhill Park’ in recognition of the donation to the club of the land we currently occupy by Evi Thornhill,. The opening ceremony was attended by Evi’s son Tony, and his wife Margaret. The Club have since smashed their ground attendance record, when just under a thousand fans saw them take on Hereford FC last season, and the club have also played Cheltenham Town and Bristol Rovers in the GFA Senior Challenge Cup.
At the start of the 2017-8 Lee Driver-Dickerson took over as Manager following Freddy Ward’s retirement. The following Summer saw the arrival of Dave Strain as Assistant Manager and Rebecca Cox as Physiotherapist.
SLIMBRIDGE F.C. PLAYER PROFILES Lewis Adams – Goalkeeper – An excellent young keeper who has forced himself in to the 1st team via our under 18’s. He has a bright future ahead of him. Christien Turner -Defender – Christien is a 24 year old who could be the ‘find’ of the season. He signed from Brimscombe and Thrupp in the summer. Joe Noakes - Joe is a 21 year old signing from Bishops Cleeve last summer. He is looking to establish a regular first team place in his first season.
Dean Turner – Known as ‘Deano’ to everyone at Thornhill Park.
Dean is our captain and is in his 9th season with The Swans. He is a true clubman who will never lie down. Sam Mendes – Midfielder – Sam is another excellent signing by our Manager Lee Driver-Dickerson. Sam is well respected locally and is a strong tackler who passes the ball well. Yeshaya Lomotey – Midfielder/Forward – Yeshaya is a 23 year old who was previously at Shortwood United. He is very tricky with plenty of pace.
Will Hawes- Forward- Will was a great pre-season signing for the Swans who previously played for Shortwood United. He is a strong bustling player who looks to get on the scoresheet regularly. Jamie Martin – Long serving Club stalwart who is now classed as a senior Swan. Jamie is a popular player at Thornhill Park who is capable of making and scoring goals. Ewen Dunbar – Forward – Ewan came from Evesham United last August. He is very quick and this is a big season for him. Liam Smith – Midfielder – Liam is a young, strong player who is in his second spell with the club. He has played at Hartpury College.
Mark Magee – Forward - Mark is a mid-season signing from Westfields. He has a proven goalscoring record at this level and brings much needed experience to our side. Jaden Maddock – Another exciting youngster who also plays for our under 18’s. He is working very hard this season to cement a regular first team spot.
SLIMBRIDGE F.C. MANAGEMENT PROFILES Lee Driver-Dickerson – Manager - Lee was assistant to Manager Freddy Ward last season. He was then was then appointed to the hot seat when Freddy stood down during pre-season. Amongst his many strengths are his man management and motivating skills.
Dave Strain – Assistant Manager – Dave comes to our club with great experience behind him. He was assistant manager to John Brough at North Leigh last season and previous to this he spent 16 years coaching at Cheltenham Town Academy. Rebecca Cox- Sports Therapist – This is Rebecca’s first season with us and she has settled in very well. She also doubles as physio for our under 18’s development team.
FLEET TOWN YOUTH Our Youth team are having a pretty successful season and currently lie 3rd in The Allied Counties Youth League South Division. With a strong finish they have a real chance of finishing in the top 2. They play their home games at Calthorpe Park and if you are free the £4 entry fee is well worth it to see them play good passing football. You never know you may see a future star of the Fleet Town 1st team. Fixtures and Results DATE OPPONENTS H/A COMPETITION SCORE RESULT 27/08/18 Fleet Spurs H Allied Counties Youth League 2-2 D 03/09/18 Thatcham Town H F.A. Youth Cup 4-1 W 10/09/18 Westfield H Allied Counties Youth League 6-0 W 19/09/18 Hungerford T.
A F.A. Youth Cup 2-1 L 24/09/18 Knaphill H Allied Counties Youth League 4-4 D 01/10/18 Sholing H Hampshire Floodlit Cup 2-0 W 08/10/18 Ash United H Allied Counties Youth League 5-0 W 18/10/18 Camberley Town A Allied Counties Youth League 1-3 W 29/10/18 Cove H Allied Counties Youth League 8-1 W 08/11/18 Winchester City A Hampshire Floodlit Cup 3-1 L 19/11/18 Fleet Spurs A Allied Counties Youth League 1-1 D 17/12/18 Guildford City H Allied Counties Youth League 0-4 L 07/01/19 Alton Town H Allied Counties Youth League 1-0 W 17/01/19 Fleet Spurs A Allied Counties Lge Cup Round 2 1-0 L 31/01/19 Cove A Allied Counties Youth League 0-3 W 05/02/19 Alton Town A Allied Counties Youth League 1-1 D 13/02/19 Westfield A Allied Counties Youth League 20/02/19 Guildford City A Allied Counties Youth League 04/03/19 Camberley Town H Allied Counties Youth League 12/03/19 Ash United A Allied Counties Youth League 26/03/19 Knaphill A Allied Counties Youth League Allied Counties Youth League P W D L GD PTS 1 Fleet Spurs 12 8 3 1 26 27 2 Camberley 9 8 0 1 20 24 3 Fleet Town 11 6 4 1 20 22 4 Ash United 9 6 0 3 0 18 5 Knaphill 10 5 1 4 3 16 6 Cove 15 5 0 10 -17 15 7 Alton Town 11 3 2 6 -3 11 8 Guildford City 11 2 0 9 -17 6 9 Westfield 10 1 0 9 -32 3 If you want more up to date information on our Youth Team please visit their excellent website : http;//fulltime-league.thefa.com/Index.do? league=3625959
Fleet Town Ladies are having a good season in The Hampshire County Women’s League where they currently lie 4th. They play their home games here at Calthorpe Park with a 3 p.m. kick off and would really appreciate your support. 2/09/18 Gosport Falcons (H) HCW2 L 0-6 09/09/18 Widbrook Utd R (A) HCW2 A-W 16/09/18 Portsmouth Uni 3 (H) HCW2 D 2-2 23/09/18 United Services (A) HCW2 H-W 30/09/18 Win City Flyers (H) HCW2 W 2-1 07/10/18 AFC Bedhampton (H) HCW2 L 0-2 21/10/18 AFC Stoneham (h) HCW2 W 1-0 28/10/18 Cowes (A) HCW2 W 2-0 11//11/18 Fordingbridge (A) HCW2 L 2-3 18/11/18 Hawley Ladies (A) Hants Int.
Cup L 6-2 25/11/18 Portsmouth Uni 3 (H) Hants Junior Cup L 2-5 09/12/18 Gosport Falcons (A) HCW2 L 7-0 16/12/18 Fordingbridge Turks (H) HCW2 W 2-1 6/1/19 13/1/19 27/1/19 03/2/19 10/2/19 17/2/19 24/2/19 03/03/19 10/03/19 Widbrook United R (H) Win City Flyers (A) AFC Petersfield Ladies (H) Portsmouth University Stoneham Ladies United Services Portsmouth Gosport Falcons Rushmoor Community East Cowes Vics HCW 2 HCW 2 HCW 2 HCW 2 HCW 2 HCW 2 Cup HCW 2 HCW 2 W 6-1 W 0-1 L 0-5 A A H H H - Double Header A – Double Header LEAGUE TABLE P W D L GD PTS 1 United Services Portsmouth 17 12 0 5 45 36 2 Gosport Falcons Women 13 10 1 2 32 31 3 AFC Bedhampton Ladies 11 10 0 1 59 30 4 Fleet Town Ladies 13 7 0 6 -5 21 5 AFC Petersfield Ladies 10 6 1 3 10 19 6 AFC Stoneham Ladies 11 6 0 5 15 18 7 Rushmoor Community Reserves 13 5 1 7 -47 16 8 Winchester City Flyers 11 4 0 7 -10 12 9 Widbrook United Reserves 12 4 0 8 -13 12 10 East Cowes Vics Ladies 8 3 0 5 -3 9 11 Cowes Ladies 1st XI 10 1 2 7 -20 5 12 Fordingbridge Turks Ladies 15 1 1 13 -55 4 13 Portsmouth Uni Womens 3rd – Now Withdrawn from League 0 0 0 0 0 0 For more details or to read full match reports http://www.fleettowng irlsandladiesfc.co.uk FLEET TOWN LADIES
OTHER MATCHES IN THE EVO-STIK LEAGUE SOUTH DIVISION 1 SOUTH TODAY A.F.C. Totton v Larkhall Athletic Barnstaple Town v Paulton Rovers Bristol Manor Farm v Cinderford Town Cirencester Town v Bideford Evesham United v Winchester City Highworth Town v Yate Town Melksham Town v Blackfield & Langley Moneyfields v Mangotsfield United Street v Thatcham Town Fleet Town’s next away game is at Paulton Rovers next Saturday February 23rd at 3 p.m. They play at The Athletic Ground, Winterfield Road, Paulton, Somerset BS39 7RF Driving Distance – 88.1 miles Sat/Nav. Driving Time – 1 hour 51 minutes ‘Come on you Blues’ .
Referee: Sunny Gill of Slough, Berkshire Assistant Referees: Catalin Tanase of Portsmouth Andrew Dunn of Portsmouth SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16th 2019 – 3.00 P.M THE EVO–STIK LEAGUE SOUTH DIVISION 1 SOUTH FLEET TOWN MANAGER : David Kelly ASST. : Tommy Taylor Colours ; Blue/Navy/Blue 1 Harvey White 2 Joe Wilson 3 Callum Abraham-Barlow 4 Sam Williams 5 Edwin Plackett 6 Jordan Stepney 7 Danilo Cadete 8 Ronan Silva 9 Meshach Williams 10 Billy Oram ( C ) 11 Bradley Wilson SUBS 12 Enow Ojong 14 Abdul Rajab 15 Harryson Wickens 16 Stuart Derry 17 Daniel Framp SLIMBRIDGE MANAGER : Lee Driver Dickerson ASST : Dave Strain Colours : Green/Green/Green 1 Lewis Adams 2 Danny King 3 Archie Brennan 4 Joe Noakes 5 Steve Jackson 6 Dean Turner ( C ) 7 Christien Turner 8 Myron Turner 9 Mark Magee 10 Will Hawes 11 Ewan Dunbar SUBS 12 Finleigh Brown 14 Sam Mendes 15 Jaden Maddock 16 Jamie Martin 17 Liam Smith