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Aylesbury United

2018-19

vs Mildenhall Town

3pm, Sunday 14 October 2018 The Meadow, Chesham The Buildbase FA Trophy Preliminary Round


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Welcome

G

ood afternoon and a warm welcome to The Meadow for the third consecutive home game in a third different competition, the Buildbase FA Trophy. Can the Ducks make it five in a row this afternoon? I’m sure that’ll be the question on the minds of both our players, management and fans today.

Aaron Berry scores the third against Welwyn Garden City

Today’s opponents, Mildenhall Town, currently stand 10th in the Bostik League North. They lost their previous league match 4-3 at home to Heybridge Swifts, but had won two in a row prior to that. We hope their players, officials and supporters have an enjoyable afternoon with us, and wish them a safe joruney back to Suffolk.

Should today’s game end in a draw, there will be a replay in Mildenhall on Tuesday 16 October, meaning our league fixture with Bedford Town will be rearranged for a later date (again). Bedford are also in cup action today, so check the website for the latest situation.

last home game of October. We’ll be back in league action against Sutton Coldfield Town here on 3 November. But the next round of the Trophy is scheduled for the weekend of 27-28 October, so depending on results and the draw, we could be back sooner than anticipated.

As it stands, this is the

Up the Ducks!

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Chairman Graham Read Vice chairman Ken Turnbull General secretary Steve Baker Directors James Byrne, Brian Metcalfe, Ian Pluck, Alan Sherwell, Warren Sheward Fixture secretary Ian Pluck Welfare officer James Byrne Safety officer Warren Sheward Ladies team chairman

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About Aylesbury United

A

ylesbury United was founded in 1897 when three local sides, Night School FC, The Printing Works and Aylesbury Town, decided to merge. The club, nicknamed the Ducks, has experienced some incredible highs over its 112year history but are now without a home ground to call their own. United played in local leagues before joining the Spartan League in 1908 where it remained until the Second World War. Fame and the FA Cup Aylesbury turned semi-professional in 1976 and joined the Southern League, kicking off the club’s most successful period. In 1983 the club appointed Trevor Gould as manager, and a year later a local lad called Cliff Hercules made his debut, hanging up his boots some 20-years later smashing club records with 669 appearances and 301 goals. Promotion to the Southern Premier was

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achieved and the Ducks moved to their new Buckingham Road stadium. Gould’s talented squad secured the Southern League Championship in 1987-88 and were promoted to the Vauxhall Conference. That year the Ducks became the only ever non-league side to take on the full England team, as more than 6,000 packed into Buckingham Road. Between 1985 and 1992, Aylesbury boasted the best FA Cup record of any side outside the Football League, reaching at least the first round proper every season. And in 1994-95 the club became famous for the ‘Duck Walk’ celebration as Aylesbury reached the third round, losing to Premier League Queen’s Park Rangers at Loftus Road. Ups and downs In 1998-99 the Ducks were pipped to the Isthmian League title by Sutton United and the following season were fighting for survival on and off the pitch.

Despite defeating Football League side Reading in the Berks and Bucks Senior Cup, for the second time in four seasons, the club was relegated to Division One for the first time in their history. But nothing was to match the low point of summer 2006. Former chairman Bill Carroll cut ties with the club he had been involved with since 1997 having failed to convert the Buckingham Road playing surface to a third generation artificial surface. Local businessman Graham Read took over the club, but Aylesbury was left homeless after its lease expired. Since then the Ducks have been forced to play their ‘home’ matches out of Aylesbury while the committee work hard to keep the club alive. The campaign to ‘Bring the Ducks Home’ generated plenty of publicity, but sadly nothing concrete in terms of a new home for the club. In the interim, the teams plays home matches at neighbour Chesham United.


The Ducks

Jack Hopwood Goalkeeper

Archie Davis Goalkeeper

Jake Bewley Defender

Chris Crook Defender

Ollie Hogg Midfielder

Sponsor: Ian Pluck

Sponsor: Lee Cotton

Sponsor: KAS Paper Systems

Jack Wood Defender

Sonny French Midfielder

Max Hercules Midfielder

Callum Mapley Defender

Sponsor: Erika Robinson

Harry Jones Midfielder

Sponsor: Ollie Gurney

Sponsor: Joan Metcalfe

Sponsor: Hercules Sports

Sponsor: The Harveys

Sponsor: Ian & Tony Lowe

Ollie Jones Midfielder

Jamie Keen Midfielder

Kerran Lataille Midfielder

Matt Peake-Pijnen Sponsor: Ron Syratt

Jeanmal Prosper Midfielder

Sponsor: Alan Sherwell

Ben Seaton Midfielder

Greg Williams Midfielder

Aaron Berry Forward

Sean Coles Forward

Benjy Aghadiuno Forward

Ben Williams Manager

Michael Hogg Assistant manager

Paul Batchelor Coach

Luke Robertson Physio

Sponsor: David Horne

Maciej Tajs Forward

Sponsor: Greg Smith

Sponsor: Peter O’Callaghan Sponsor: Graham Durban

Sponsor: G Williams Builders

Midfielder

Sponsor: Steve Baker

Sponsor: Warren Sheward

(on loan from Barnet)

Sponsor: Peter Turnbull

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Today’s visitors

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ildenhall Town were established in August 1898 and won the Suffolk Junior Cup two years later in 1900. Following World War Two the club moved to its current ground on Recreation Way. In 1945 they joined the Bury and District League, where they played until 1969, when they switched to the Cambridgeshire League. In 1975 the club reached the Premier Division. In 1988 they joined the newly formed Division One of the Eastern Counties League. The step up required the club to upgrade the ground’s facilities to satisy the league’s requirements. The last of these upgrades was completed in time for the beginning of the 1994–95 season. In 1996 the first team won the Cambridgeshire Invitation Cup in 1996. Three years later they finished second in the league, and were promoted to the Premier Division.The club underwent a major transformation during this period, bringing the ground up to standard,

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and building the excellent clubhouse whilst still retaining an enviable central location. Trevor Munns took over in 2001, leading to six years of consistent finishing positions in the ECL Premier Division culminating in second spot in 2006-7. Hall again reached the Suffolk Premier Cup Final in 2003 where they lost to AFC Sudbury. The club also had two excellent runs in the FA Vase, reaching the last 16 in 2006 and 2007. The 2006 run included the defeat of holders Didcot Town in a replay in front of a club record 320 spectators, probably the finest night in the club’s history. Current chairman Martin Tuck succeeded Brian Brigden in 2002, and he has led the club through a turbulent period, although largely successful period. Munns resigned in November 2007 to be succeeded by local duo, Dave Pinkowski and Tony Lyes, the highlight of whose reign was a 7-0 drubbing of Lowestoft Town. Pinkowski and Lyes

were followed by former Bolton Wanderers star Simon Charlton, who had a very successful season, culminating in a superb 3-1 victory over Wisbech Town in the Cambs Invitation Cup Final. Charlton was replaced by ex-Woodbridge boss, Christian Appleford. Ably assisted by Tom Youngs he led the team to immediate success, retaining Cambs Invitation Cup, beating Haverhill Rovers 2-0 in the 2011 final, as well as attaining fifth place in the league. Christian left the club in November 2014 and was replaced by former Football League goalkeeper Dean Greygoose. Huge progress has been made under Dean’s guidance and 2015-16 saw the team win the Eastern Counties League Challenge Cup for the first time. In 201617 the league and cup double was achieved as Newmarket Town were defeated in the League Cup final and the league title won by a 9 point margin, enabling promotion to the Isthmian League.


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Player profiles Blake Horton Goalkeeper who played semi-professionally in his native Australia before trying his luck in Europe.

Tom Debenham Dependable utility player signed from Walsham le Willows during November 2017.

Garry Malone Goalkeeper signed from Aylesbury FC as injury cover in October 2018.

James Seymour Comfortable at centre back or in midfield, James signed in summer 2018 from Ely City.

Joe Asensi Defender/utility player signed from Soham Town Rangers in July 2015. Andrew Camilo-Tayaca Full back released by Leyton Orient in June 2018. David Cooper Right back who returned to the club in June 2018. Made his debut for Mildenhall in 2008. Joe Walker Left back signed July 2018. Tom Boxer Central defender signed July 2018. Previously with Potters Bar Town. Luke Butcher Captain signed July 2015 following a spell out of the game having suffered a broken leg.

Panayiotis Boxer Midfielder signed from Hadley FC in September 2018. Jacob Brown Signed in June 2015 from Diss Town, where he was team captain. Jarid Robson Energetic midfielder signed July 2018 from Haverhill Borough. Lee Watkins Midfielder currently on loan from Cambridge United where he is a firstyear professional. Jake Colclough Young midfielder signed in July 2018. Marcio Pereira Midfielder made his debut as 16 year old in 2016-17.

Aaron Smith Highly-rated midfielder graduated from the club’s academy. Ben Nolan 17-year old-forward who has graduated from the club’s academy. Kaine Manels Forward made his first team debut this season at AFC Sudbury, nine days after his 16th birthday. John Sands Local legend who returned to the club in summer 2018 following seven seasons away. A prolific goal scorer at every level. Emmanuel Osei Powerful wide player with plenty of pace who signed from Hertford Town in July 2018. Abouhadje Kouassi Much-travelled wide player with plenty of pace. Signed from Heybridge Swifts in September 2018. Plenty of experience at higher level with clubs such as Bishops Stortford, Chelmsford City & Wealdstone. aylesburyunitedfc.co.uk | 9


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Front row (left to right): Greg Williams, Sean Coles, Ollie Hogg, Jake Bewley, Paul Batchelor, coach, Ben Williams, manager, Michael Hogg, assistant manager, Ollie Stanbridge, Matt Peake-Pijnen, Ben Seaton, Jamie Keen

Back row (left to right): Luke Robertson, physio, Ollie Jones, Maciej Tajs, Aaron Berry, Chris Crook, Archie Davis, Callum Mapley, Jack Hopwood, Jeanmal Prosper, Kerran Lataille, Harry Jones, Sonny French, Ron Schmidt, first team kit

Aylesbury United 2018-19


DATE

TIME

VERSUS

Season 2018-19 COMP

RES

ATT

1

2

3

4

5

6

18 Aug 18

15:00 H Kempston Rovers

EVO

3-1

108

Hopwood

Stanbridge

Bewley

Prosper

Crook

Hogg

21 Aug 18

19:45

A

Didcot Town

EVO

4-0

160 Hopwood

Stanbridge

Bewley

25 Aug 18

15:00

A

Crawley Green

FA CUP

2-3

90

27 Aug 18

15:00 H Thame United

EVO

0-1

147

1 Sep 18

15:00

EVO

5-1

767

9 Sep 18

15:00 H Marlow

FA CUP

0-0

171 Hopwood

11 Sep 18

19:45

FA CUP

2-1

170

15 Sep 18

15:00 H AFC Dunstable

EVO

0-1

82

26 Sep 18

15:00 H Newport Pagnell Town

B&BSC

5-0

29 Sep 18

15:00

EVO

2 Oct 18

19:45 H Chesham United

6 Oct 18

15:00 H Welwyn Garden City

14 Oct 18

15:00 H Mildenhall Town

A

A

A

Bromsgrove Sporting

Marlow

Yaxley

Bewley

Wood

Bewley

Wood

Davis

3⃣ ð&#x;”¶ Prosper 3⃣

Bewley

Wood

Davis

Prosper

Bewley

Wood

53

Davis

Prosper

Peake-Pijnen

3-7

111

Davis

CSS CUP

3-1

132

Davis

âš½ Prosper âš½

EVO

3-1

106

Davis

Propser

FA TRO

A

Bedford Town

EVO

A

Coleshill Town

EVO

3 Nov 18

15:00 H Sutton Coldfield Town

EVO

10 Nov 18

15:00

EVO

17 Nov 18

15:00 H North Leigh

EVO

24 Nov 18

15:00

EVO

1 Dec 18

15:00 H Kidlington

EVO

8 Dec 18

15:00

EVO

15 Dec 18

15:00 H Berkhamsted

EVO

22 Dec 18

15:00 H Peterborough Sports

EVO

26 Dec 18

15:00

A

Thame United

EVO

19 Dec 18

15:00

A

Kempston Rovers

EVO

1 Jan 19

15:00 H Aylesbury FC

EVO

5 Jan 19

15:00

EVO

12 Jan 19

15:00 H Didcot Town

EVO

19 Jan 19

15:00

EVO

26 Jan 19

15:00 H Yaxley

EVO

2 Feb 19

15:00

EVO

9 Feb 19

15:00 H Coleshill Town

EVO

16 Feb 19

15:00

EVO

23 Feb 19

15:00 H Cambridge City

EVO

2 Mar 19

15:00 H Dunstable Town

EVO

9 Mar 19

15:00

A

North Leigh

EVO

16 Mar 19

15:00

A

AFC Dunstable

EVO

23 Mar 19

15:00 H Bedford Town

EVO

30 Mar 19

15:00

EVO

6 Apr 19

15:00 H Corby Town

EVO

13 Apr 19

15:00

EVO

20 Apr 19

15:00 H Bromsgrove Sporting

EVO

22 Apr 19

15:00

EVO

27 Apr 19

15:00 H Barton Rovers

A

A

A

A

A

A

A

A

Cambridge City

Barton Rovers

Welwyn Garden City

Sutton Coldfield Town

Berkhamsted

Kidlington

Peterborough Sports

Aylesbury FC

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Prosper

19.45

Corby Town

Bewley

Prosper

15:00

A

Prosper

ð&#x;”´

Bewley

16 Oct 18

Dunstable Town

Davis

ð&#x;”¶ Wood âš½ Mapley ð&#x;”¶ Prosper

Prosper

20 Oct 18

A

1⃣

EVO

Davis

Davis

ð&#x;”¶

Prosper

Peake-Pijnen

Wood

ð&#x;”¶

Mapley

âš½

Wood

Crook

Mapley Mapley

ð&#x;”¶ Crook ð&#x;”¶ Crook 1⃣

Mapley

7

Hogg Hogg Hogg

2⃣

Hogg Hogg

2⃣

Hogg Hogg

⚽ 2⃣

Coles

ð&#x;”¶

Coles

Hercule

Hercule

Hercu

Hercule

Hercule

Hercu

Crook

Hogg

Hercu

Mapley

Hogg

Hercule

Peake-Pijnen

Wood

Mapley

Hogg

Hercules

Peake-Pijnen

Wood

Mapley

Hogg

Hercule


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es

es

1⃣ ⚽

8

9

Williams Williams

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Williams Williams Lataille

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ules

Lataille

ules

French

3⃣ ⚽ 2⃣ es ⚽

es

Williams

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Seaton

3⃣ Seaton 1⃣

Jones

⚽ 2⃣

Jones Berry

1⃣

Berry Berry

âš½

Berry Jones

1⃣

Jones

⚽⚽⚽ 3⃣ Berry ⚽ 2⃣ Berry 1⃣ Berry ⚽ 2⃣

Berry

10 French

⚽ 3⃣

French French Seaton French

2⃣

French French

11

âš½ð&#x;”¶ Peake-Pijnen 3⃣

Peake-Pijnen

Seaton

1⃣ 1⃣ Lataille ð&#x;”¶ Coles 2⃣ Jones Jones

French

Coles

1⃣ French ⚽⚽

⚽ 2⃣ Hirst ⚽ 1⃣ Aghadiuno ⚽ Aghadiuno ⚽ 3⃣

Seaton

French French

Hirst

12

14

Seaton

Lataille

3⃣ Seaton 2⃣ Crook

3⃣

15 Berry

1⃣

Berry

Jones

2⃣ Coles 1⃣ Coles 1⃣ Coles 2⃣ ð&#x;”¶

Williams

Keen

Lataille

3⃣

Stanbridge Stanbridge

Lataille Lataille

Crook Stanbridge

2⃣

Lataille

2⃣ 2⃣

2⃣ 1⃣ Bewley Seaton 3⃣ Bewley Williams 2⃣ Bewley 3⃣ Williams 1⃣

Stanbridge

Williams

Bewley

WIlliams

Coles

1⃣ 2⃣ ð&#x;”¶ Aghadiuno 2⃣ âš½ Hirst 1⃣

16

17

Tajs

Davis

Hercules

Keen

Crook Peake-Pijnen

3⃣ 3⃣ Jones 1⃣ Jones 3⃣ Jones 2⃣

Mapley

Berry

Coles

Jones

Lataille

3⃣

Peake-Pijnen

19

1⃣ 1⃣ French 3⃣ Davis Jones

Tajs

2⃣

18

Tajs

4⃣

Seaton Seaton

1⃣ 1⃣

Keen Hopwood

Peake-Pijnen

Crook Crook Crook

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Club honours League honours Southern League Champions 1987-88 Southern League Midlands Division Runner up 1984-85 Southern League Division One South Runner up 1979-80 Isthmian League Runner up 1998-99 Delphian League Champions 1953-54 Spartan League Champions 1908-09 Runner up 1913-14, 1928-29 Spartan League Division One Champions 1938-39 Runner up 1934-35

Spartan League Western Section Champions 1945-46 Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division Runner up 2012-13 Athenian League Division Two Champions 1967-18

Cup honours Isthmian League Cup Winner 1994-95 Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division Cup 2012-13 Berks & Bucks Senior Cup 1913-14, 1985-86, 1996-97, 1999-00 Berks & Bucks Benevolent Cup 1932-33, 1933-34, 1952-53, 1953-54

FA Cup First round 1951-51, 1985-86, 1986-87, 1987-88, 1990-91, 1992-93, 2001-02 Second round 1988-89, 1989-90, 1991-92 Third round 1994-95 FA Trophy Quarter finals 1980-81 Semi-finals 2002-03

Club records Most appearances Cliff Hercules (1984-2002) 669 Most goals Cliff Hercules (1984-2002) 301


League table Evo-Stik League South Division One Central – Last updated: 11 October 2018 TEAM

PL

W

D

L

F

A

GD PTS

1

Bromsgrove Sporting

7

5

2

0

24

3

21

17

2

Corby Town

6

4

2

0

15

4

11

14

3

Peterborough Sports

6

4

2

0

11

2

9

14

4

Cambridge City

8

4

2

2

16

11

5

14

5

Thame United

7

4

1

2

13

10

3

13

6

Berkhamsted

7

4

1

2

11

8

3

13

7

Welwyn Garden City

9

4

0

5

8

12

-4

12

8

Coleshill Town

7

3

2

2

15

11

4

11

9

Barton Rovers

7

3

2

2

11

10

1

11

10 Bedford Town

6

3

1

2

14

6

8

10

11 Didcot Town

6

3

1

2

9

6

3

10

12 Kempston Rovers

6

3

0

3

12

12

0

9

13 Aylesbury United

7

3

0

4

15

17

-2

9

14 AFC Dunstable

8

3

0

5

13

18

-5

9

15 Yaxley

9

3

0

6

20

28

-8

9

16 Dunstable Town

8

2

2

4

16

21

-5

8

17 Sutton Coldfield Town

6

2

1

3

8

9

-1

7

18 Aylesbury FC

9

1

3

5

10

13

-3

6

19 North Leigh

7

2

0

5

11

19

-8

6

20 Kidlington

7

1

0

7

2

34 -32

3

Recent results

Tuesday 9 October 2018

Evo-Stik League South Division One Central

Aylesbury FC 1-2 Kempston Rovers Barton Rovers 1-1 Peterborough Sports Bedford Town 1-1 Corby Town

Saturday 6 October 2018 AFC Dunstable 0-3 Coleshill Town Aylesbury FC 2-2 Barton Rovers Aylesbury United 3-1 Welwyn Garden City Berkhamsted 3-1 North Leigh Bromsgrove Sporting 1-0 Dunstable Town Cambridge City 6-2 Yaxley Didcot Town 2-1 Thame United Kidlington 0-4 Sutton Coldfield Town

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Upcoming fixtures Saturday 13 October 2018

North Leigh v Cambridge City Sutton Coldfield Town v Berkhamsted Thame United v Kempston Rovers Welwyn Garden City v Kidlington Yaxley v Didcot Town

Barton Rovers v Bromsgrove Sporting

Monday 22 October 2018

Tuesday 16 October 2018

Coleshill Town v Peterborough Sports

Bedford Town v Aylesbury United Kempston Rovers v Barton Rovers Sutton Coldfield Town v North Leigh

Tuesday 23 October 2018

Evo-Stick League South Divison One Central

Saturday 20 October 2018 Aylesbury FC v Peterborough Sports Barton Rovers v AFC Dunstable Bedford Town v Bromsgrove Sporting Coleshill Town v Aylesbury United Dunstable Town v Corby Town

Didcot Town v Berkhamsted Sutton Coldfield Town v Kempston Rovers

Wednesday 24 October 2018 Corby Town v Bromsgrove Sporting

Next for the Ducks Evo-Stik League South Division One Central

Saturday 24 November 2018, 3pm Steel Park, Corby Corby Town v Aylesbury United

Tuesday 16 October 2018, 7.45pm The Eyrie, Cardington Bedford Town v Aylesbury United

Saturday 1 December 2018, 3pm The Meadow, Chesham Aylesbury United v Kidlington

Saturday 20 October 2018, 3pm Pack Meadow, Coleshill Coleshill Town v Aylesbury United

Saturday 8 December 2018, 3pm Glassworld Stadium, Impington Cambridge City v Aylesbury United

Saturday 3 November 2018, 3pm The Meadow, Chesham Aylesbury United v Sutton Coldfield Town

Saturday 15 December 2018, 3pm The Meadow, Chesham Aylesbury United v Berkhamsted

Saturday 10 November 2018, 3pm Creasey Park, Dunstable Dunstable Town v Aylesbury United

Saturday 22 December 2018, 3pm The Meadow, Chesham Aylesbury United v Peterborough Sports

Saturday 17 November 2018, 3pm The Meadow, Chesham Aylesbury United v North Leigh

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Stadium safety

To ensure the safety of everybody, please observe the following: • DO NOT use foul or abusive language, or obscene gestures. Any form of racial abuse, or language used to incite or provoke others is a criminal offence under the Football Offences Act 1991. • NO glasses or bottles are permitted outside the clubhouse. •DO NOT throw any items onto the pitch. •DO NOT run onto the pitch or encroach on the playing area. •Aylesbury United reserves the right to remove or refuse entry to the ground.

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Today’s teams Sunday 14 October 2018, 3pm The Buildbase FA Trophy Preliminary Round

Aylesbury United

Archie DAVIS Jeanmal PROSPER Matt PEAKE-PIJNEN Jack WOOD Callum MAPLEY Ollie HOGG Max HERCULES Ben SEATON Aaron BERRY Sonny FRENCH Benjamin AGHADIUNO Jack HOPWOOD Greg WILLIAMS Chris CROOK Harry JONES Jake BEWLEY Ollie JONES Sean COLES Maciej TAJS Kerran LATAILLE Manager: Ben WILLIAMS

Mildenhall Town

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

Garry MALONE David COOPER Andrew CAMILO-TAYACA Luke BUTCHER Tom BOXER James SEYMOUR Abouhadje KOUASSI Jarid ROBSON Tom DEBENHAM John SANDS Emmanuel OSEI Lee WATKINS Aaron SMITH Joe WALKER Ben NOLAN Kaine MANELS

Manager: Dean GREYGOOSE

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Mr Luke DONALDSON Mr Ahmad RAFIQUE Mr Andrew HICKMAN


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