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THE EMIRATES FA CUP

EXTRA PRELIMINARY ROUND

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WELCOME TO ASHBY IVANHOE FC ASHBY IVANHOE vs QUORN AFC

Welcome to the NFU Sports Ground for this afternoon’s Emirates FA Cup Extra Preliminary Round tie against Quorn AFC

ASHBY IVANHOE FOOTBALL CLUB

NFU Sports Ground Lower Packington Road Ashby de la Zouch Leicestershire, LE65 1TS 01530 413140 ------------------------------------------------CLUB OFFICIALS Club Chairman: Stuart Bonser Club President: David Morris Vice President: Charlie Tissington Snr Senior Secretary: Martin Smith Matchday Secretary: Charlie Tissington Jnr Finance Manager: Neil Johnson Operations Manager: Ian Irving Facilities Manager: Dave Buckley Project Manager: Jon Emmerson Commercial Manager: Stuart Bonser Supporters Club Chairman: Mick Buckley Website & Programme Editor: Matthew Lester Matchday PA: Mick Buckley Matchday Photographer: Nigel Parker FIRST TEAM MANAGEMENT Miles Warriner & Andy Gray Head Coach: Tony Taylor Physio: RESERVE TEAM MANAGEMENT Manager: Russell White Assistant: UNDER 18S MANAGEMENT Manager: Alex Roome FOOTBALL DEVELOPMENT MANAGER Andy Topham GROUND STAFF Mark Pepper, Darren Wearmouth

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CHAIRMANS WELCOME Club Chairman Stuart Bonser gives his thoughts on a historic first FA Cup appearance for Ashby Ivanhoe

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FIRST TEAM UPDATE First Team manager Miles Warriner gives his thoughts ahead of the new season

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FIRST TEAM TABLE, FIXTURES & RESULTS View the final league table from 2015/2016 and look ahead to the new season with a full list of fixtures

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FA CUP CROSSWORD Try our FA Cup themed crossword

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MESSAGE BOARD Former Ivanhoe players share their messages of support for the team ahead of their FA Cup debut

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FA CUP WORDSEARCH Have a go at our FA Cup wordsearch

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SUPPORTERS CLUB Supporters Club Chairman Mick Buckley shares his thoughts of the game along with his score prediction

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IN OPPOSITION All the information of today’s opponents Quorn AFC

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SENIOR FIXTURES View an at a glance list of Senior team fixtures for the 1st Team, Reserves, Development and Youth teams

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NEXT AWAY MATCH Travelling to the next Ashby away match? Get all the details ahead of the midweek trip to Borrowash Victoria

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CLUB HISTORY A brief history of Ashby Ivanhoe Football Club

REPLAY DETAILS If this afternoon’s match is drawn after 90 minutes a replay will take place at Quorn on Tuesday 9th August, 7:45pm Kick Off

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CHAIRMANS WELCOME Good afternoon and welcome to the opening game of the new season at Ashby Ivanhoe FC and as you will be aware by now, it’s the FA CUP and our very first appearance in this world famous competition. I would like extend a warm welcome to Quorn FC and their players, officials and spectators and I hope we all enjoy a great game. Well it's took us 68 years to reach this landmark of playing in the FA CUP and I hope that we do the founders of the club in 1948 proud as it was them that started this journey by establishing the club and I am keen to understand who those individuals were so if any of you have any knowledge then please let me know. Today's game will be the first time many of our players have played in the FA CUP and it is a proud day for all of our loyal and growing spectators too along with just reward to the many loyal volunteers that have worked tirelessly over the last 4 years since moving to Lower Packington Road. As you will see as you enter the ground we have been working hard yet again to bring significant improvements to the ground and remember we only had a field and a derelict building to work with 4 years ago and to see the ground as it is today is testament to the hard and committed work that never ceases to amaze me from the guys who continue to put their hands up to help. The new entrance and patio area along with walkways and planters has been transformed since the end of last season. This work was required to eliminate loose bound material which was deemed close to the pitch and is not acceptable on current ground grading rules. As you can see we didn't just throw a bit of matting down to cover the stones, we created a magnificent patio area which lifts the whole effect of the area outside the clubhouse for you all to enjoy and I am very proud of the guys who have made this transformation happen. They have worked tirelessly since the beginning of June and have been working most days since then to finish the project. Their backs, shoulders, arms and literally whole body has ached but they have persevered and my huge gratitude and thanks goes to, yet again, Mark Pepper, who has pulled out all the stops again and never ceases to amaze me. However, Mark, has been greatly assisted by Jon Emmerson, Dave Morris, Ryan Morris, Charlie Tissington Jnr, Dave Adey, Dave Buckley, Neil Johnson, Graham Ward, Gaz Stone and my huge thanks goes to them and now onto the next job fellas.......... At the end of a season there is always maintenance jobs that need doing whether that be painting, repairing, replacing or renewing and that requires people to step up and make these things happen and one of the guys that has, again, worked tirelessly to achieve all this is Ian Irving and my huge thanks goes to him along with Andy Topham who has greatly assisted too. I would like to welcome Daniel Rennocks from Fisher-Dewes solicitors to the game today. Fisher-Dewes have become our new Club sponsor and 1st team shirt sponsor for 3 years and I would like to thank them for their support of the club and hope we have a fruitful relationship over the next 3 years. Remember to always support our sponsors where you can, so if you need a good solicitors then be sure to call Fisher-Dewes. I would to thank all of the sponsors who are here today for their continued support both around the ground and in today’s programme. As you will see today's programme is fantastic and yet again, Matthew Lester has excelled in pulling this together and it has to be one of the best programmes at any FA CUP game today. Well done Matthew you should be proud. Today's match ball sponsor is Mark Sladen from Sladen Commercials and Mark will be presenting the match ball to the referee as the teams walk out today. Thanks for your support Mark. I would like to thank Borleys for the their support with materials and sponsorship of the patio and also Breedon Aggregates for the stone to the car park entrance I would like to finish by welcoming Tony Taylor to the club as our new Head Coach. Tony joins us from Burton Albion and has already made an impact with his approach to the players and we wish him every success. We also have a new Reserve Team manager in Russell White who joins us from Thringstone and we wish Russell well too. All that remains is to wish our players good luck today and I hope you all enjoy a great experience in our first appearance in the FA CUP. Stuart Bonser Club Chairmam

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FIRST TEAM UPDATE Good afternoon and welcome to the home of Ashby Ivanhoe FC. May I extend a very warm welcome on behalf of the Club to everyone attending today’s match and in particular the players, officials and supporters of our opponents Quorn. Pre-season has seen us based up at Champneys and after 14 sessions and 4 friendlies the fitness levels of the majority of players should stand them in good stead for the coming months. As a club we would like to extend our thanks and appreciation to Michelle Randon and all the staff at Champneys for making us feel welcome up there. With the exception of Ali and Antonio we have retained all of last season’s squad and added a couple of new faces. Player recruitment and then more importantly development is a continuous “work in progress” and we have areas that need strengthening which we will address over the coming months. In terms of the backroom, Jose has taken a Head of Coaching role closer to home at Coventry United where they have big plans to swiftly progress through the pyramid. I am pleased to welcome Tony Taylor as our new Head Coach having joined us for the start of pre-season. I first met Tony several years ago on a FA Coaching course and he progressed into full time coaching at Burton Albion. A change in circumstances meant he became available and Burton’s loss is very much Ivanhoe’s gain. He has been offered another full time role at another professional club but has committed to Ivanhoe also. If the club and more importantly the players reciprocate the commitment and passion to the cause that Tony has the future looks bright for all concerned. Top coach, top lad. The friendly games have seen some encouraging signs notably against clubs who play at a higher standard. Our opener against Belper Town saw us perform to a level that belied the difference in league positions. With our strongest possible side out for the first half we moved the ball with purpose and a level of intensity that our opponents found hard to cope with which reflected in a two goal advantage. The second half proved a different proposition as we changed things around and their bench was always going to be stronger which eventually saw them run out 4-2 winners. However, Andy, Tony and myself were pleased with the overall performance given certain circumstances. Performance levels continued to improve against Coventry United and Clayton. Last Saturday we played a strong Walsall Wood side who had finished strongly in the Midland Premier League and progressed to the League Cup Final. Although score lines are irrelevant in friendlies the 3-1 victory reflects how the players performed to instruction and applied everything they have worked on in training virtually to the letter. It was the manner of the performance rather than the result that was very encouraging. However, these games, as we all know are “phoney wars” and we shall hopefully see over the coming months positive performances in competitive games which have developed as a result of the hard work put in by the players throughout pre-season. Our mantra as a Management Team is unchanged and set in stone, to work hard to develop individual and team dynamics on the training pitch that improve performance on a Saturday afternoon. Nine times out of ten if the performance is right and improving, results should take care of themselves. All we demand of the players is that they listen and trust the methodology/tactics we apply and reciprocate the hard work, commitment and transparency we demonstrate week in week out. As I said at the start of last season it sounds easy! Players who reciprocate will develop as footballer’s and succeed as the Club progresses, once again those who want to play the game out on twitter, text, facebook, FIFA and propping up the bar blaming everyone but themselves will undoubtedly struggle. Add Instagram and Snap Chat to that list, The Don and Shanks will be turning in their graves! Today is the club’s first venture into the FA Cup and the plan is to reward everyone who has worked tirelessly through the summer to improve the facilities with a victory. Let’s “hope” we can build on the efforts of the last few weeks and produce an entertaining performance with the desired outcome. Thank you for your support and enjoy the game. Miles Warriner First Team Management Team FIRST TEAM UPDATE SPONSORED BY

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FIRST TEAM LEAGUE TABLE & GOALSCORERS League Table 2015/2016 Season East Midlands Counties Football League

Goalscorers 2016/2017 Season

Correct to Saturday 30th April 2016 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

St Andrews Radford Ashby Ivanhoe South Normanton Athletic Aylestone Park Anstey Nomads Blaby & Whetstone Athletic Holbrook Sports Borrowash Victoria Radcliffe Olympic Graham Street Prims Stapenhill Barrow Town Gedling Miners Welfare Kimberley Miners Welfare Holwell Sports Ellistown & Ibstock United Arnold Town (-3 pts) Greenwood Meadows (-1 pt)

inc. Cup Games

PL

W

D

L

F

A

+/-

PTS

36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36

28 25 24 24 21 18 18 17 18 16 16 12 10 9 9 8 8 7 3

2 4 5 5 5 10 5 6 1 6 5 6 10 8 6 7 5 4 2

6 7 7 7 10 8 13 13 17 14 15 18 16 19 21 21 23 25 31

115 105 86 84 84 64 85 67 72 70 68 51 56 51 43 52 44 48 25

29 41 33 34 54 53 57 53 69 56 67 64 62 65 83 97 94 118 141

86 64 53 50 30 11 28 14 3 14 1 -13 -6 -14 -40 -45 -50 -70 -116

86 79 77 77 68 64 59 57 55 54 53 42 40 35 33 31 29 22 10

Today’s East Midlands Counties League Fixtures - Saturday 6th August 2016 Arnold Town

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Graham Street Prims

Borrowash Victoria

v

Belper United

Greenwood Meadows

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West Bridgford

Holbrook Sports

v

Barrow Town

Holwell Sports

v

Radcliffe Olympic

Kimberley Miners Welfare

v

Ellistown & Ibstock United

Stapenhill

v

Birstall United

Today’s Emirates FA Cup Extra Preliminary Round Fixtures (Involving EMCL Teams) Anstey Nomads

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Harborough Town

Ashby Ivanhoe

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Quorn

Blaby & Whetstone Athletic

v

St Andrews

Bottesford Town

v

Radford

Leicester Nirvana

v

Dunkirk

South Normanton Athletic

v

Aylestone Park

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FIRST TEAM 2016/2017 SEASON FIXTURES & RESULTS DATE

KO

H/A

OPPOSITION

COMPETITION

Sat 6th Aug

15:00

H

Quorn AFC

FA Cup Extra Preliminary Rd

Wed 10th Aug

19:45

A

Borrowash Victoria

League

Sat 13th Aug

15:00

H

West Bridgford

League

Sat 20th Aug

15:00

A

Greenwood Meadows

League

Tue 23rd Aug

19:45

H

Graham Street Prims

League

Sat 27th Aug

15:00

A

Dunkirk

League

Mon 29th Aug

15:00

H

Ellistown & Ibstock United

League

Sat 3rd Sep

15:00

A

Radcliffe Olympic

League

Sat 10th Sep

15:00

H

Pelsall Villa

FA Vase 1st Qualifying Round

Tue 13th Sep

19:45

H

Kimberley Miners Welfare

League

Sat 17th Sep

15:00

A

South Normanton Athletic

League

Tue 20th Sep

19:45

A

Gedling Miners Welfare

League

Sat 24th Sep

15:00

H

Gedling Miners Welfare

League

Sat 1st Oct

15:00

A

Barrow Town

League

Sat 8th Oct

15:00

H

Aylestone Park

League

Sat 15th Oct

15:00

A

Stapenhill

League

Wed 19th Oct

19:45

A

Holbrook Sports

League Cup 1st Round

Sat 22nd Oct

15:00

H

Radford

League

Sat 29th Oct

15:00

H

Anstey Nomads

League

Sat 5th Nov

15:00

A

Birstall United

League

Sat 12th Nov

15:00

H

Dunkirk

League

Sat 19th Nov

15:00

A

Belper United

League

Sat 26th Nov

15:00

H

Arnold Town

League

Sat 3rd Dec

15:00

A

Holwell Sports

League

Sat 10th Dec

15:00

H

Blaby & Whetstone Athletic

League

Sat 17th Dec

15:00

H

Borrowash Victoria

League

Mon 26th Dec

15:00

A

Holbrook Sports

League

Mon 2nd Jan

15:00

H

Holbrook Sports

League

Sat 7th Jan

15:00

A

West Bridgford

League

Sat 14th Jan

15:00

H

Greenwood Meadows

League

Sat 21st Jan

15:00

A

Arnold Town

League

Sat 28th Jan

15:00

H

Radcliffe Olympic

League

Sat 4th Feb

15:00

A

Graham Street Prims

League

Sat 11th Feb

15:00

H

South Normanton Athletic

League

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RESULT


FIRST TEAM 2016/2017 SEASON FIXTURES & RESULTS DATE

KO

H/A

OPPOSITION

COMPETITION

Sat 18th Feb

15:00

A

Aylestone Park

League

Sat 25th Feb

15:00

H

Barrow Town

League

Sat 4th Mar

15:00

H

Stapenhill

League

Sat 11th Mar

15:00

A

Radford

League

Sat 18th Mar

15:00

A

Anstey Nomads

League

Sat 25th Mar

15:00

H

Birstall United

League

Sat 1st Apr

15:00

H

Belper United

League

Sat 8th Apr

15:00

H

Holwell Sports

League

Sat 15th Apr

15:00

A

Blaby & Whetstone Athletic

League

Mon 17th Apr

15:00

A

Ellistown & Ibstock United

League

A

Kimberley Miners Welfare

League

TBA

ATT

RESULT

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RESERVE TEAM UPDATE Welcome to today’s FA Cup tie against Quorn AFC. Just to introduce myself my name is Russell White and I have been appointed the new Reserve Team manager. I’ve currently been coaching for the last 5 years having previously been involved with Coalville Town U18’s and Loughborough University. I’ve now been given the opportunity to coach and manage Ashby Reserves for the upcoming season. Being from the local area I’ve seen the club making great strides in recent years on and off the pitch. Firstly, with the ground developments and most recently, the highest league finish in the club’s history. These are testament to the hard work and commitment from all at the club. I’m currently undertaking the UEFA B license and aim to work alongside the other coaches within the club. I hope to add my passion and enthusiasm to the club’s success and push to reach even higher achievements. Good luck to the team today Russell White Reserve Team Manager

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RESERVE TEAM LEAGUE TABLE & GOALSCORERS League Table 2015/2016 Season Leicestershire Senior League Premier Division Correct to Saturday 14th May 2016 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

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Birstall United Sileby Town Melton Mowbray (-3 pts) Blaby & Whetstone Athletic Res Ingles Barlestone St Giles Saffron Dynamo (-3 pts) GNG (-3 pts) Earl Shilton Albion Cottesmore Amateurs Ashby Ivanhoe Reserves Kirby Muxloe Reserves (-3 pts) Allexton & New Parks (-3 pts) Friar Lane & Epworth (-3 pts) Lutterworth Athletic Res (-3 pts) Rothley Imperial (-3 pts) Desford

Goalscorers 2016/2017 Season

PL

W

D

L

F

A

+/-

PTS

32 32 32 31 32 31 31 32 31 32 32 32 32 32 32 28 32

26 24 23 21 20 14 13 13 13 10 9 9 9 8 9 7 4

2 6 4 2 4 4 8 7 3 8 2 5 4 6 4 2 1

4 2 5 8 8 13 10 12 15 14 21 18 19 18 19 19 27

93 106 114 84 81 60 58 64 55 54 52 45 62 68 59 50 38

26 31 43 41 39 54 61 73 75 64 79 90 101 83 92 77 114

67 75 71 43 42 6 -3 -9 -20 -10 -27 -45 -39 -15 -33 -27 -76

80 78 70 65 64 46 44 43 42 38 29 29 28 27 27 20 13

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RESERVE TEAM 2016/2017 SEASON FIXTURES & RESULTS DATE

KO

H/A

OPPOSITION

COMPETITION

Sat 20th Aug

15:00

H

Cottesmore Amateurs

League

Sat 27th Aug

15:00

H

Friar Lane & Epworth

League Cup 1st Round

Tue 30th Aug

19:30

H

Sileby Town

League

Sat 3rd Sep

15:00

H

Earl Shilton Albion

League

Tue 6th Sep

19:30

H

Saffron Dynamo

League

Sat 10th Sep

15:00

A

Lutterworth Town

League

Sat 17th Sep

15:00

H

GNG

League

Sat 24th Sep

15:00

A

Barlestone St Giles

League

Sat 1st Oct

15:00

A

GNG

League

Tue 11th Oct

19:30

H

Shelthorpe Dynamo

League

Sat 15th Oct

15:00

A

Ingles

League

Sat 22nd Oct

15:00

A

Shelthorpe Dynamo

League

Sat 29th Oct

15:00

A

Kirby Muxloe Reserves

League

Sat 5th Nov

15:00

A

Blaby & Whetstone Athletic Res

League

Tue 8th Nov

19:30

H

Barlestone St Giles

League

Sat 12th Nov

15:00

A

Coalville Town Development Squad

League

Sat 19th Nov

14:00

H

Allexton & New Parks

League

Sat 26th Nov

15:00

A

Friar Lane & Epworth

League

Sat 3rd Dec

14:00

H

Friar Lane & Epworth

League

Sat 10th Dec

15:00

A

Cottesmore Amateurs

League

Sat 17th Dec

14:00

A

Sileby Town

League

Sat 7th Jan

14:00

A

Earl Shilton Albion

League

Sat 14th Jan

14:00

A

Saffron Dynamo

League

Sat 21st Jan

14:00

H

Bardon Hill

League

Sat 28th Jan

15:00

A

Allexton & New Parks

League

Sat 4th Feb

14:00

H

Kirby Muxloe Reserves

League

Sat 18th Feb

14:00

H

Ingles

League

Sat 11th Mar

15:00

H

Blaby & Whetstone Athletic Res

League

Sat 18th Mar

15:00

H

Coalville Town Development Squad

League

Sat 25th Mar

15:00

A

Bardon Hill

League

Sat 15th Apr

15:00

H

Lutterworth Town

League

RESULT

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YOUTH TEAM UPDATE, LEAGUE TABLE & GOALSCORERS League Table 2015/2016 Season Leicestershire Midweek Floodlit Youth League North Division

Goalscorers 2016/2017 Season

Correct to Wednesday 4th May 2016 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Gresley Youth Allexton & New Parks Youth Mansfield Town Youth Anstey Nomads Youth Borrowash Victoria Youth Ashby Ivanhoe Youth Ibstock United Youth Coalville Town Ravens

inc. Cup Games

PL

W

D

L

F

A

+/-

PTS

13 14 14 14 13 14 14 14

10 9 9 8 6 4 2 1

3 3 1 1 2 2 0 0

0 2 4 5 5 8 12 13

46 44 56 52 44 34 15 10

15 21 32 28 37 37 70 61

31 23 24 24 7 -3 -55 -51

33 30 28 25 20 14 6 3

FIXTURES & RESULTS 2016/2017 DATE

KO

H/A

OPPOSITION

COMPETITION

Wed 31st Aug

19:30

Wed 7th Sep

19:30

A

Mansfield Town Youth

League

A

Stamford AFC

Wed 14th Sep

FA Youth Cup Preliminary Rd

19:30

H

Coalville Town Ravens

League

Wed 21st Sep

19:30

A

Gresley Youth

League

Wed 28th Sep

19:30

H

Allexton & New Parks Youth

League

Wed 5th Oct

19:30

A

Anstey Nomads Youth

League

Wed 12th Oct

19:30

H

Barrow Town Youth

League

Wed 19th Oct

19:30

A

Desford Youth

League

Wed 26th Oct

19:30

H

Loughborough Dynamo Youth

League

Thu 3rd Nov

19:30

A

Loughborough Dynamo Youth

League

Wed 9th Nov

19:30

H

Mansfield Town Youth

League

Thu 24th Nov

19:30

A

Coalville Town Ravens

League

Wed 30th Nov

19:30

H

Gresley Youth

League

Wed 7th Dec

19:30

A

Allexton & New Parks Youth

League

Wed 14th Dec

19:30

H

Anstey Nomads Youth

League

Wed 21st Dec

19:30

A

Barrow Town Youth

League

Thu 5th Jan

19:30

H

Desford Youth

League

RESULT

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FA CUP CROSSWORD

Across 4: Cricket ground which was the venue for the first FA Cup Final in 1872 (3, 4) 6: The only Welsh side to win the FA Cup (7) 7: Beaten finalists in 2003 (11) 8: Arsenal were beaten 1-0 by this Don Revie managed side in the early 1970s (5) 9: Team which beat Derby County 6-0 in the 1903 final to record biggest winning margin in a cup final (4) 13: Player who has won the FA Cup a record 7 times (6, 4) 14: Team which holds the record for largest FA Cup win after beating Hyde 26-0 (7) 15: This team along with Manchester United have won a record 12 FA Cup Finals (7) 16: Team which won the FA Cup final and were relegated from the Premier League in the same season (5) 17: Player who holds the record for quickest goal in a cup final of 25 seconds (5, 4) 18 ________ Stadium, venue used for the cup final during the redevelopment of Wembley (10) 19: Winners of five cup finals in the 1870s (9) Down 1: Winners of the first cup final at the New Wembley (7) 2: Team who has suffered the most defeats in cup finals (7) 3: Norman ________, Youngest ever player to score in a cup final (9) 5: Goalkeeper who saved three spot-kicks in the 2006 shootout (4, 5) 9: Winners of the ‘White Horse Final’ (6) 10: Player who scored the winning goal in the 2016 final (5, 7) 11: Premier League club who were the last side to win the cup as a non-league side (9) 12: Team which has reached four cup finals and has never lifted the cup (9) Solution on Page 36

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SOCIAL MEDIA MESSAGES My earliest FA Cup memory is as a 7-year-old kid being allowed to stay up late to watch the highlights of the 1970 replay between Leeds United & Chelsea on Sportsnight. Now if you are as old as me then you will appreciate that in those days you only had 3 live games on TV per season, England vs Scotland (what about Wales I thought), The European Cup Final and The FA Cup Final and that was it, so the FA Cup was a huge event and I think that for many of my generation it still is. Despite The FA’s best efforts to mess around with it, semi-finals at Wembley, replays scrapped in some rounds, games played at ludicrous times so Mr Woo in Indonesia can get a bet on, still the oldest football competition in the world is magical and we at Ashby Ivanhoe are so excited to be part of it for the first time in our 68-year history. Of course we’ll all talk about Wembley & drawing Liverpool in the 3rd round but so what that’s what it’s about that it makes you dream about the “what ifs” and that is why we all love football and many of us work so hard to grow and develop the game at our level. I’m sure Stuart will cover this in his notes but just wanted to add my thanks to the volunteers who have worked so hard almost every day for the last 6 weeks to make the improvements to the ground you see today, you all know who you are and I am proud of what we have all achieved this Summer, even if my back & knees disagree. Our social media pages have been attracting loads on interest (follow us on Twitter & Facebook if you haven’t done so yet) and we have received loads of good luck messages ahead of todays’ game & here’s a selection of those comments opposite. Have a great day & enjoy the game. Dave Morris TWITTER: @AshbyIvanhoe_FC President FACEBOOK: Ashby Ivanhoe FC Ashby Ivanhoe FC FACEBOOK: Ashby Ivanhoe FC Soccer School

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SOCIAL MEDIA MESSAGES “Very best of luck to the Ivanhoe first team and the whole club for this special game. Hopefully it's the start of more matches like this as well as a good time for everyone at the club to reflect on what they've achieved together. Whenever I think of Ivanhoe I think of good times. Hood park in the early 80s, watching as a school kid with big brother. Fred and Charlie SNR putting the nets up with Charlie JNR in goals. Then playing at 16 and 17 plus and being looked after, and put in order, by all the "men" in the team and club, on and off the pitch. The FA Cup is fantastic, but the club and its members will always be bigger. Good luck Ivanhoe.” Ray Wearmouth “Having spent almost 20 happy years at Ivanhoe I never thought this day would come. Wish you all great success and enjoyment in the FA Cup” Steve Wardle “Wishing everybody at Ivanhoe the best of luck on this truly momentous day for all involved past and present the club has achieved so much in such a short time I enjoyed being part of this club met some great people from the old fox in the box up the Ivanhoe” Lee Croxall “So pleased to see the progress Ashby Ivanhoe have made in recent years. I am proud to have played a very small part in the history of the club. Having a few problems with my legs at the moment but I really hope to be there to help celebrate the first FA Cup match. It would be great to share a drink in the bar with anyone who remembers the 1990s! All the best and have a great day.” Andy Carey

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FA CUP WORDSEARCH FA CUP FINALISTS 2000-2016 In the grid below are the sixteen teams to have made it to the FA Cup Final since the 2000 Final through to the 2016 Final. Words can be found forwards, backwards, up and down and no letters are used more than once.

Arsenal Aston Villa Cardiff City Chelsea

Crystal Palace Everton Hull City Liverpool

Manchester City Manchester United Millwall Portsmouth

Southampton Stoke City West Ham United Wigan Athletic

Hidden Team Also in the grid is a team not listed above. Can you find which team it is? Clue: Making their FA Cup debut today Solution on Page 36

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ASHBY IVANHOE FC SUPPORTERS CLUB THE OPPOSITION A very warm welcomeSTAPENHILL to everybody here at the NFU Sports Ground today for Ivanhoe's 1st ever FA cup tie against local rivals Quorn FC. They were formed in 1947 and ten years after formation they joined the Leicestershire Senior Well, here we are again full ofDivision hope and determination and what success, a way togaining start a new seasoninwith, a first ever and FA League Two and found immediate promotion theiryes, debut season Cup tie brilliant. As you can seethe once again One in the close seasonin major ground improvements have remained taken place winning Division championship the following two seasons. They in with that the division, a single season (1971/1972) Division Two,after winning the top flight, now new patio and hospitality suiteapart areasfrom almost complete. The pitch is alsoinlooking great extensive treatment and renamedwho thehelped PremiertoDivision, twice more – 1986/1987 and 1988/1989. again our thanks to everyone make these improvements happen. They then joined theAndy Midland Premier staying there seasons untilme they a founding On the pitch, Miles, and Combination new coach Tony TaylorDivision, are whipping the ladsfor intofive shape and like I'mbecame sure you will all be member of the Midland Alliance where they remained until from looking forward to the new season and interested to see theresigning team's line up.the league in January 2002. Later that year they joined the Leicestershire Senior League and were promoted as runners-up into the Premier Division. In the 2007/2008 season, they were members of the Midland Alliance, butand after a fire ravaged home stadium Today's FA cup tie against Quorn FC should certainly be aFootball tough, close game although from a their higher league I think the club was forced to close down. The club reformed in 2009 and rejoined the Leicestershire Senior League and gained we will beat them and my prediction is 2-1. promotion to the EMCL in the 2012/2013 season. Good luck to the reserves who have Russ White as their new manager and of course all our other teams. Honours East Midlands Counties Football League Runners-up: 2013/2014 Once again thisSenior seasonLeague if you Champions: have questions or comments regarding the club please send me an e-mail at Leicestershire 1958/1959, 1959/1960, 1986/1987, 1988/1989, 2006/2007 mh.buckley@btinternet.com. See you Saturday for Ashby Ivanhoe's first FA Cup tie

Last 3 Seasons League Record

MickSeason Buckley League Supporters Club Chairman 2013/2014 East Midlands Counties League

Pos

PL

W

D

L

F

A

+/-

PTS

2 / 19

36

22

8

6

101

53

48

74

2012/2013

Leicestershire Senior League Premier

5 / 14

26

15

3

8

66

39

27

48

2011/2012

Leicestershire Senior League Premier

5 / 16

30

16

8

6

65

34

31

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IN OPPOSITION TODAY QUORN AFC The origins of Quorn Football Club can be traced back to 1924 when a group of local lads from the Village Wesleyan Chapel formed a football team. In 1937 the Club, then known as Quorn Methodists gained access to the Leicestershire Senior League with a final name change to Quorn Football Club taking place in 1952. Throughout its history Quorn FC has consistently been a high flyer among Leicestershire’s senior teams, producing several players that have progressed to higher levels of excellence. Jackie Lee a Centre Forward went on to play for Leicester City and Derby County becoming an international, when he played for England v Ireland and scored. Richie Barker, who went on to play for Derby County and Notts County later managed Stoke City, Dion Dublin, who enjoyed a great playing career joining Manchester United, Aston Villa, Coventry, Leicester City, and Norwich as well as playing for England. In recent times Luke Varney, who was sold by the Club to Crewe Alexandra FC, and who developed into one of their most exciting players scoring 25 goals for them in the 2006/07 season, his quality was then recognised by Charlton Athletic who signed him for £2.5 Million in July 2007. Luke is currently playing for Portsmouth after spells at Derby County and a season long loan period for Blackpool in the Premiership. Over the years Quorn Football Club has played at several grounds in and around the village, but it was in 1960 that it relocated to Warwick Avenue, there it enjoyed the reputation of always providing good hospitality and due to the pitch’s natural drainage, games were very seldom called off. Quorn moved to its present ground on Farley Way in 1994 with the establishment of a new modern Clubhouse large enough to cater for the demands of a progressive Football Club both on and off the field, a football pitch with a playing surface that compares with the best around and a large Astroturf training area. Driven by the Club’s ambition to have a ground satisfying the facility criteria of Leagues at a higher level in the Football Pyramid, the following 14 years has seen remarkable progress, with the development of a 350 Seat Grandstand, built with the potential of increasing its future capacity to 500, large spectator car parking facilities, outside spectator toilets, and the establishment of a large grass training pitch to compliment the Astroturf. The sale of Luke Varney from Crewe Alexandra to Charlton Athletic brought a hefty windfall for the club following the Chairman‘s Stuart Turners astute sell on clause that was part of the deal that took the striker to Crewe five years ago and the committee have invested the money wisely developing the ground even further with the construction of a new stand at the Farley Way end and a new extension to the clubhouse bringing the ground up to near Conference level. On the football playing side 2000/01 saw the Club under Manager Bob Steel gain promotion from the Leicestershire Senior League to the Midland Football Alliance, where it more than held its own until the 2006/07 season which saw Marcus Law replaced the departed Doug Keast as Manager and along with assistant Paul O’Brien, they steered the club to a promotion winning third place, securing promotion to the Unibond Northern Premier League.

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IN OPPOSITION TODAY Under the new management the team also enjoyed exciting runs in both the FA Cup and the FA Vase, progressing further in both competitions than ever before and along with the shrewd deal mentioned above that our Chairman struck with Crewe for Luke Varney, the club can look back on the 2006/07 season as the most exciting in its history. The following 2007/08 season saw a few managerial changes with Gavin O’Toole given the task of steadying the ship in early January. Following the loss of several senior players Gavin along with Assistant Charlie Palmer gave opportunities to the younger players and a respectable league position was achieved. The end of the 2008/09 season saw the departure of Gavin O’Toole and Charlie Palmer, and former Manager Dougie Keast was approached to come back, along with his Assistant Mickie Cotter. The following two seasons saw the Club finish in the bottom half of the division, and following a poor start to the 2011/12 campaign the management pair offered their resignation, leading to the appointment of former professional player Lawrie Dudfield. Lawrie appointed his assistant Calum Osborne, who joined following a successful coaching role at Arnold Town FC. A string of poor results led to a further change in Management with Craig Armstrong appointed along with Reserve Team Manager, Denis Moran in place of the departed Dudfield. Craig and Denis were placed in charge with 6 matches remaining and relegation almost inevitable. Following the Clubs relegation to the Chromasport & Trophies United Counties League, a new management team were appointed ahead of the 2012/13 season. Tommy Brookbanks and assistant Mark Harvey were appointed to change the Clubs fortunes and looked to achieve promotion back to Step 4, at the first attempt. The departure of Brookbanks and the majority of his squad in December led to the Club appointing Reserve Team Manager Denis Moran as caretaker Manager until the end of the season. Denis along with assistants Jim Harrison and Gary Hayward steadied the ship and did a sterling job, finishing the season in 7th position despite having to field a side comprising the majority of players who started the season in the Reserve side. The 2013/14 Season saw Quorn return to the Midland Football Alliance, following a sideways move. The new management of John Folwell and assistant Karl Brennan, both former players, began the rebuilding of the club, virtually starting from scratch, after the previous season’s upheaval. A very successful first term ensued with a respectable 5th place in the League and lifting the MFA League Cup Trophy at Walsall FC. Disappointment came in the Westerby Cup Final defeat at the King Power Stadium. The Reserve side, under the Management of Ricky Nurse and Rich Burford, also having a great season, finishing runners-up in the League, Winning the League Cup and also reaching the Leicestershire Senior Cup Final. The 2014/15 season saw Folwell and his team resign with 2 months of the season remaining, Dougie Keast returned as Caretaker Manager and saw out the season with a depleted squad. Following the upheaval in early March, the Club were forced to withdraw their Reserve side from the MFL. The 2015/16 season saw the Club again going through a rebuilding process, Dougie Keast was appointed Manager on a permanent basis and added Chris Gray as his Assistant, the former skipper returning to the club after 3 years to take up a player/coaching role. Dave Clay also joins the Management as First Team Coach. Chris left to join Gresley in October and was replaced by Russell Hoult. Russ settled in really well and together with Dougie and Dave formed a great working relationship. The Reserve side have reformed and joined the Leicestershire Senior League and the Club have appointed Garry Smith as Manager with Leigh Daniels coming in as his assistant. 28

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IN OPPOSITION TODAY During the close season Quorn lost the services of Dave Clay, who took up a role as joint manager at Oadby Town FC. Quorn also lost Garry Smith and Leigh Daniels, with both taking up a joint role at Loughborough United FC, all at Quorn wish all three every success at their new clubs. 2016/17 sees Doug and Russ build on last season’s improving squad and it's hoped that with additional signings and the experience that the young side gained in a tough campaign last season, will see the Club once again compete at the top end of the table as the Club enters a new phase, with the addition of a brand new 3G surface at Farley Way, expected to be installed in time for the start of the 2017/18 season.

LAST 5 SEASONS LEAGUE RECORD Season

League

Pos

PL

W

D

L

F

A

+/-

PTS

2015/2016

Midland Football League Premier

17 / 22

42

12

9

21

71

78

-7

45

2014/2015

Midland Football League Premier

11 / 22

42

18

8

16

71

62

9

62

2013/2014

Midland Football Alliance

5 / 22

42

23

8

11

91

48

43

77

2012/2013

United Counties League Premier

7 / 21

40

20

8

12

89

57

32

68

Northern Premier Division One South 21 / 22

42

6

9

27

48

85

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IN OPPOSITION TODAY QUORN FC – PEN PIC’S 2016/2017 Manager - Doug Keast Assistant - Russell Hoult Physio - Gina Tymm

Kit Manager - Jim Simpson A real football man, who ensures everything runs smoothly around the team, off the pitch.

Ryan Thacker – Goalkeeper Age 21 – Young Goalkeeper, previous clubs include Loughborough Dynamo and Shepshed. Excellent shot stopper, still learning his trade but already established as Quorn’s number 1.

Nathan Dale - Midfielder Age 19 – New signing.

Russell Hoult - Goalkeeper Goalkeeper/Coach brings a wealth of experience with an outstanding Football League career, which will only benefit the development of Ryan Thacker. Simon Alcott - Defender Age 22 – Young defender who can also perform in midfield, strong performances have cemented a first team spot, previously played at Loughborough Dynamo.

Reece Fyfe - Midfielder Age 19 – New signing. Connor Hughes - Midfielder Age 23 – New Signing, another returning player to the ranks, energetic midfield dynamo who has impressed during the pre-season campaign. Andrew Kenny - Midfielder Age 23 – Signed last season from Loughborough Dynamo, energetic midfield player, “Rocky” will look to make a first team spot his own. Previously with Heather St Johns. Pele Orton - Midfielder Age 26 – New signing.

Jimmy Brooks - Defender Age 28 – Signed last season from Shepshed Dynamo, Strong and commanding centre-back, Captain who leads by example.

Leavi Oshungbure - Midfielder Age 23 – Now in his 2nd season at the club, Last year’s Player of the Season, Energetic midfield player, previously with Redditch and Tamworth.

Tom Carlin - Defender Age 28 – New signing.

Callum Thompson - Midfielder Age 22 – Signed last season from Rocester, intelligent play maker with an eye for a goal or two.

Kieran Duncan - Defender Age 19 – New signing. Nick Goold - Defender Age 28 - Skillful left sided player who has deceptive pace, equally at home in defence or attack. Came through the ranks, progressing from the Reserves and now cemented his place in the first team. Joe Hopewell - Defender Age 22 – Signed last season, Left sided defender previous clubs include Coalville Town, Dunkirk, Long Eaton and Gresley FC.

Dom Brennan - Forward Age 22 – Rejoins the Club after a spell away at Barwell and Shepshed Dynamo, prolific goalscorer in his previous stint at Quorn. Jevin Seaton - Forward Age 22 – New signing. Liam Turner - Forward Age 31 - Hard working centre-forward, Approaching 400 first team appearances, now in his 12th season for the club.

Reece Medway - Defender Age 22 – New signing. Blaize Punter - Defender Age 20 – Young defender returned to the club after a brief period on loan at the start of last season, previously on loan from Barwell FC. 30

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IN OPPOSITION TODAY QUORN'S FA CUP HISTORY SEASON

H/A

RESULT

Preliminary Round

Histon

A

W 3-2

1st Qualifying Round

King’s Lynn

A

L 1-4

2003/2004

Preliminary Round

Gedling Town

H

L 0-1

2004/2005

Preliminary Round

Bedworth United

A

L 0-2

2005/2006

Extra Preliminary Round

Long Eaton United

A

L 1-2

Extra Preliminary Round

Arnold Town

H

W 6-0

Preliminary Round

Malvern Town

H

W 3-0

1st Qualifying Round

Gresley Rovers

A

W 1-0

2nd Qualifying Round

Belper Town

A

D 1-1

2nd Qualifying Round Replay

Belper Town

H

W 3-1

3rd Qualifying Round

Brackley Town

H

D 0-0

3rd Qualifying Round Replay

Brackley Town

A

L 1-2

Preliminary Round

Pelsall Villa

A

W 6-1

1st Qualifying Round

Alvechurch

H

W 5-0

2nd Qualifying Round

Evesham United

H

L 1-3

Preliminary Round

Atherstone Town

A

L 0-1

Preliminary Round

Borrowash Victoria

A

D 0-0

Preliminary Round Replay

Borrowash Victoria

H

W 4-1

1st Qualifying Round

Mickleover Sports

H

L 0-2

Preliminary Round

Gresley

A

L 0-4

Preliminary Round

Oadby Town

H

D 0-0

Preliminary Round Replay

Oadby Town

A

W 3-1

1st Qualifying Round

Loughborough University

H

W 2-1

2nd Qualifying Round

King’s Lynn Town

A

L 2-4

Extra Preliminary Round

Boston Town

A

W 2-0

Preliminary Round

Dunkirk

H

W 2-1

1st Qualifying Round

Buxton

H

L 1-2

Extra Preliminary Round

Holbrook Sports

H

W 5-1

Preliminary Round

Basford United

A

D 2-2

Preliminary Round Replay

Basford United

H

L 3-5 pens

Extra Preliminary Round

Bottesford Town

H

W 3-1

Preliminary Round

Shepshed Dynamo

A

L 0-2

Extra Preliminary Round

Oadby Town

H

L 1-3

2002/2003

2006/2007

2007/2008

2008/2009

2009/2010

2010/2011

2011/2012

2012/2013

2013/2014

2014/2015 2015/2016

ROUND

OPPOSITION

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SENIOR FIXTURES

WEDNESDAY 10TH AUGUST Away vs Borrowash Victoria East Midlands Counties League Kick Off: 7:45pm

SATURDAY 13TH AUGUST

Home vs West Bridgford East Midlands Counties League Kick Off: 3:00pm

GROUND ADDRESS

SATURDAY 20TH AUGUST

Away vs Greenwood Meadows East Midlands Counties League Kick Off: 3:00pm

GROUND ADDRESS

Anderson Electrical Arena Borrowash Road, Spondon Derbyshire, DE21 7PH

Lenton Lane, Clifton Bridge Nottingham, NG7 2SA

10-Aug-16 1st XI Away vs Borrowash Victoria League KO 7:45pm Wednesday Please note that if this afternoon’s match is a draw after 90 minutes then a replay will take place on Tuesday 9th August at Quorn and the Borrowash Victoria game will be moved to a later date 13-Aug-16 1st XI Home vs West Bridgford League KO 3:00pm Saturday 20-Aug-16 Saturday 23-Aug-16 Tuesday 27-Aug-16 Saturday 29-Aug-16 Monday 30-Aug-16 Tuesday 31-Aug-16 Wednesday 03-Sep-16 Saturday 06-Sep-16 Tuesday 07-Sep-16 Wednesday

1st XI 2nd XI 1st XI

Away vs Home vs Home vs

Greenwood Meadows Cottesmore Amateurs Graham Street Prims

League League League

KO 3:00pm KO 3:00pm KO 7:45pm

1st XI 2nd XI

Away vs Home vs

Dunkirk Friar Lane & Epworth

League League Cup 1st Round

KO 3:00pm KO 3:00pm

1st XI

Home vs

Ellistown & Ibstock United

League

KO 3:00pm

2nd XI

Home vs

Sileby Town

League

KO 7:30pm

U18s

Away vs

Mansfield Town Youth

League

KO 7:30pm

1st XI 2nd XI Dev XI 2nd XI

Away vs Home vs Home vs Home vs

Radcliffe Olympic Earl Shilton Albion Anstey Crown Saints Saffron Dynamo

League League League League

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U18s

Away vs

Stamford AFC Youth

FA Youth Cup Preliminary Round

KO 7:30pm

SENIOR FIXTURE VENUES

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ON THE ROAD - NEXT AWAY MATCH DETAILS OPPONENTS: DATE: COMPETITION: VENUE:

Borrowash Victoria Wednesday 10th August 2016 League Anderson Electrical Arena Borrowash Road, Spondon, Derbyshire, DE21 7PH

DIRECTIONS START: Ashby Ivanhoe FC, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, LE65 1TS Follow Lower Packington Rd to Tamworth Rd Take B6006, B5006, A514, Derby Southern Bypass/A50 and B5010 to Borrowash Road in Derby Turn right onto Borrowash Road and the ground is on the right hand side

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QUIZ ANSWERS FA CUP CROSSWORD Across 4: The Oval; 6: Cardiff; 7: Southampton; 8: Leeds; 9: Bury; 13: Ashley Cole; 14: Preston; 15: Arsenal; 16: Wigan; 17: Louis Saha; 18: Millennium; 19: Wanderers Down 1: Chelsea; 2: Everton; 3: Whiteside; 5: Pepe Reina; 9: Bolton; 10: Jesse Lingard; 11: Tottenham; 12: Leicester

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ASHBY IVANHOE FC CLUB HISTORY Ashby Ivanhoe Football Club was founded in 1948 and play their home matches at the NFU Sports Ground, Lower Packington Road, Ashby de la Zouch in Leicestershire. This is the clubs new home from the beginning of the 2012/2013 season. Since being founded in 1948 up until the end of the 2011/2012 season the clubs previous home was at Hood Park also in Ashby de la Zouch. The club currently consists of four adult teams and a youth team. The first team play in the East Midlands Counties League, with the Reserves in the Leicestershire Senior League Premier Division. In the 2008/2009 season the club formed a Youth Team (Under 18’s) side who play in the Leicestershire Midweek Floodlit Youth League on Wednesday nights. A Sunday team was re-introduced for the 2012/2013 season and they play in the Burton Sunday League Division Three. For 2015/2016 a third Saturday side has been formed who will play in the North Leicestershire Football League Division One. The club also has 11 junior sides ranging from Under 9’s through to Under 17’s who play in the Burton Junior Football League, Tamworth Junior Football League and the Derby City League. The junior section came after the club merged with the David Hunt Soccer School at the beginning of the 2009-2010 season. In February 2004, Ashby Ivanhoe became an FA Charter Standard football club. The club is very ambitious and has plans to progress further up the league pyramid system. The club is run by an experienced management team and enjoys the support of some very prestigious commercial partners. Ashby Ivanhoe had one of their most successful seasons in 2010/11 as they completed a league and cup double by winning the Leicestershire Senior League by nine points and also lifted the Coalville Charity Cup for the very first time after producing a superb second half comeback to beat Bardon Hill 3-2 in the final. They have also reached successive Leicestershire Senior Cup finals in 2011/2012 and 2012/2013 but had to settle for runners-up on both occasions losing 3-1, firstly to Ibstock United and then Aylestone Park. The 2013/2014 season saw the first team achieve a long-term ambition as they won promotion into the Step 6 East Midlands Counties League for the 2014/2015 season after finishing third place in the Leicestershire Senior League. It was a close title race with the top three all finishing level on points with Ashby third on goal difference. The Reserves were also promoted to the Leicestershire Senior League Division One. 2014/2015 saw Ashby compete at Step 6 of the non-league pyramid for the first time and they had a very good season and secured a top six finish in the East Midlands Counties League which featured victories against all of the sides above them. The Reserve side were involved in a tight title race and it went down to a last day decider against Lutterworth Athletic Reserves but despite the result going against them on the day they were still promoted for the second season in succession and will play at Step 7 in the Leicestershire Senior League Premier Division for 2015/2016.

HONOURS

Leicestershire Senior League Premier Division Champions: 2010/2011 Division One Runners Up: 2007/2008 Leicestershire Senior Cup Runners Up: 2011/2012, 2012/2013 Coalville Charity Cup Winners: 2010/2011 Runners Up: 2002/2003

North Leicestershire Football League Premier Division Champions 1994/1995, 1996/1997 1998/1999, 2002/2003 Premier Division Runners-Up 1997/1998, 2004/2005 Cobbin Trophy Winners: 1996/1997 Chairmans Shield Winners: 1995/1996, 1996/1997

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THE TEAMS

ASHBY IVANHOE

MANAGEMENT TEAM Miles Warriner & Andy Gray HEAD COACH: Tony Taylor PHYSIO: Chris Hodge (GK) Luke Hemmingway (GK) Angus Blair-Park Ben Betteridge Elliott Bott Evan Cawley Kerr Horn Sam Johnson Sam Kirk Tom Nolan James Purslow Danny Quinn Josh Riley Patrick Rowell Tom Rowell Jack Ryder Nick Sewell Dan Stevenson Luke Thorogood Royce Turville Chris Waldrum

QUORN AFC

MANAGER: Doug Keast ASSISTANT: Russell Hoult PHYSIO: Gina Tymm KIT MANAGER: Jim Simpson Ryan Thacker (GK) Simon Alcott Dom Brennan Jimmy Brooks Tom Carlin Nathan Dale Kieran Duncan Reece Fyfe Nick Goold Joe Hopewell Connor Hughes Andrew Kenny Reece Medway Pele Orton Leavi Oshungbure Blaize Punter Jevin Seaton Callum Thompson Liam Turner

MATCH OFFICIALS

REFEREE: Kurt Bartlett ASSISTANTS: Roy Bancroft & Ken Chapman

NEXT UP AT THE NFU SPORTS GROUND

ASHBY IVANHOE VS WEST BRIDGFORD EAST MIDLANDS COUNTIES FOOTBALL LEAGUE SATURDAY 13TH AUGUST 2016 – 3:00PM

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