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Photo Courtesy of Kevin Richards @RTFC_tog Coalville Town FC ISSUE 19: OFFICIAL ONLINE MATCHDAY MAGAZINE Evostik League South Premier Division Central


Welcome to Rowley Park - The Premier Plus Stadium and to the latest edition of the St Neots Town Matchday Magazine, enjoy great football, great hospitality and a great read. Club Officials

Club Information

President: John walker

Andy Clay – Hospitality

Board of Directors

Charlie Green – Music / Scoreboard

Barry Cavilla – Chairman Kevin Hull – Community Chairman

Gary Dean – Goalkeeper Coach Kayleigh-Anne Burt – Head Sports Therapist

Mike Green – Stadium Announcements

Mick Hunt – Kitman

Richard Pyke – Head Steward

Gary Wilson – Secretary

Stanley Scotcher – Matchball Retriever

Founded 1879 The Premier Plus Stadium Rowley Park, Kester Way St Neots PE19 6SL Telephone 01480 470012 Email

Iain Parr – Director of Football

Media

Gary Atyes Commercial Director

Mike Green – Club Press Officer

Reserve Team

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Mark Gearing – Manager

Official Website

Louise Spark – F & B Director

James Ledwich – SNTtv / Social Media

Gary Jackson – Coach

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Craig Lambert – Physio

Official Forum

Mike Green – Director Jeremy Green - Director Fixtures Secretary

Rowan Presland – Social Media Claire Howes – Club Photographer

Development Squad

First Team

Club Welfare Officer

Matt Clements – Manager

Mick Hunt

www.stneotstownfc.co.uk/forum Darren Fairbrass – Manager

Marian Izzard Facilities and Pitch Maintenance Barry Oakley – Groundsman Matchday and Hospitality

Jack Cassidy – Assistant Manager

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Greenie’s Greeting Mike Green

Good afternoon everyone and welcome back to the Premier Plus Stadium, home of the Saints and the Mick George Academy, for today’s Evostik League South Premier Division Central fixture. Today we extend a warm welcome to the players, officials and supporters of Coalville Town FC and we have you all have an entertaining afternoon with us here in Cambridgeshire.

Two contrasting results and performances since my last notes, firstly our defeat at home

to Alvechurch, a game which we created very little on the attacking side and contributed to our own downfall with another red card at a time when we were still in the game. This game would prove to be the last for Dylan Williams, who, after a seven day approach from the high flying Waders of Biggleswade Town, accepted their offer and moved on so I’d like to thank Dylan for all his efforts during his time with us.

Saturday saw us travel to Needham Market and after a much improved performance we

came away with the three points, courtesy of a rare strike from Russell Short and what a strike it was too. Another massive plus point from the afternoon was the debut of young starlet Jacob joseph, who came on as a substitute in the first half when Scott Sinclair suffered an injury and performed very well, as did Prince Mutswunguma, who was also called upon due to injury to Gary Wharton. Hopefully we will see some more of our talented youngsters coming through the ranks from our table topping Under 18 side.

Also a mention to our Reserves who have a torrid time this season and prior to Saturday

had managed just one win but it turned out to be a great day as they defeated Cambridge City Development 3-1, this after being 1-0 down at the break but second half goals from Jason Carter (2) and Aldo Walsh saw the lads snatch the points for their second win.

Ok back to today and please get behind the boys as you always do……

Til next time……

BE LOUD… BE PROUD… BE A SAINT

Greeny


SOUTHERN LEAGUE CENTRAL PREMIER DIVISION

Needham Market St Neots recorded their first victory of 2019 and their first away league win since 23rd October as they avenged a 3-0 home reversal by their Suffolk hosts in their first meeting in November at the Premier Plus Stadium. It was a strange day in the league with all six bottom clubs picking up at least a point – five of them playing away from home. It was a changed St Neots line up with three players missing from the previous match all for different reasons. Dylan Williams had departed from the Club to join neighbours Biggleswade Town, Ryan Hughes was unavailable and skipper Luke Knight was beginning a two-match ban as he serves his fourth suspension of the season. Into their places came Jack Newell, another loanee from Northampton Town, and Tom Wood and Gary Wharton who were both on the substitutes bench for the Alvechurch match. It was victory achieved in difficult circumstances for St Neots lost two players to injury in the first 45 minutes with two very inexperienced substitutes coming on in replacement. Prince Mutswunguma was making only his second start for the side whilst seventeen years old youth starlet Jacob Joseph celebrated his senior debut. St Neots had an excellent first half creating most of the openings for themselves whilst defensively looking very sound. In the first five minutes Taylor Parr saw an opportunistic overhead effort just clear the cross bar and Gary Wharton broke clear on the right but his shot passed the wrong side of the far post. Then after 20 minutes a Matt Miles corner was won in the air by Parr, but his header was scrambled off the line by a home defender. Needham was enjoying plenty of possession, but they never

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created a clear chance in the opening half hour as the reshaped visiting defence looked untroubled. Wharton limped off injured after just 27 minutes and his replacement Prince Mutswunguma quickly settled in to look creative playing just behind striker James Hall. The first serious threat to the visiting goal came after 33 minutes when Taylor Parr stretched to clear an Adam Mills cross but the ball deflected to James Baker whose first shot was blocked and his follow-up effort was spectacularly tipped over the bar by Finley Iron. A Mills cross saw the St Neots defence backpedalling, but the ball was too long and then Scott Sinclair had to limp off just before half time with a leg injury.

and Luke Ingram headed over when he won a Mills cross. Ingram then went clear of the defence but fired wildly over the bar and on a quick break Jordan Norville-Williams was hauled down making for goal earning the home defender a caution. However, it was all Needham in the final five minutes as Joseph Marsden twice squandered good chances to earn his side a share of the points, both times firing high over the bar. The home side did get the ball in the net two minutes from time, but the Referee had spotted a foul on Iron and awarded a free kick. St Neots held out for a well-deserved and welcome three points.

The visitors began the second half still looking comfortable and another Mills shot from distance was safely gathered by Iron. Two left wing corner by Johnny Herd tested the home defence – the first only cleared as far as Russell Short who shot over but the second after 54 minutes saw a much more profitable replay of the first as the ball dropped to Short and his volley through a packed area beat home keeper Jake Jessup (once having played for the Saints) and it gave the defender his first goal for the Club on his 22nd appearance. The home side redoubled their attacking effort and Callum Sturgess burst down the left, but his shot only found the side netting. Young Joseph was not looking out of place and he confidently went past two opponents but shot wide and then the hard-working James Hall was robbed by a defender after chasing down a Jack Newell through pass. With fifteen minutes remaining St Neots seemed to tire and Needham saw a way back into the match. They began to exert pressure on the visiting defence

Needham: Jessup, Marsden, Sturgess, Squire, Morphew (K), Morphew (D), Ingram, Heath, Baker, Dobson, Mills Subs: Griffiths (for Dobson 66 mins), Kamanzi, Pelling, McLoughlin and Cook. Cards: Dobson (Y – 23 mins), Marsden (Y – 56 mins), Morphew (K) (Y – 83 mins) Goals: none St Neots: Iron, Miles, Herd, Wood, Short, Parr, Sinclair, Newell, Hall, Wharton, NorvilleWilliams Subs: Mutswunguma (for Wharton 27 mins), Joseph (for Sinclair 45+3 mins) and Rhiney Cards: Sinclair (Y – 21 mins), Parr (Y – 71 mins) Goals: Short (54 mins) Referee: Karl Sear (Chelmsford) Attendance: 299 John Walker


A TV camera crew from Brazil popped into NLP offices last week. They were keen to see look at a different side of English football, they wanted to know why we enjoy covering the NonLeague game so much, what makes it different to the higher echelons and just how do we get the paper out for a Sunday morning. Of course, Brazilian football has many of its roots in English football and the bond for many fans has even led to pilgrimages to this country. Corinthian-Casuals are seen as the forefathers by fans of Corinthians in Sao Paulo and the Bostik Premier club will often have visitors turn up out of the blue to see the ground and see if they can purchase a scarf in their famous colours. It’s easy to forget what a source of intrigue the English football system is. Unrivalled anywhere in the world, the Pyramid is the cornerstone of this country’s game. The opportunity – albeit with a fair amount of cash – to go from bottom to top. Or vice versa. Yes, there are lots of intricacies and there are often frustrations at all levels – particularly with the slow drip of money that comes down from the top – but we should be hugely proud of what we have. Non-League football allows you to get closer to the game. The chance to mingle with the players after, feel like your presence at the ground really matters and the pennies you spend vital for keeping your club going. It’s to be part of something. From a journalist's point of view there are so many wonderful stories to tell each season that the only problem is managing to fit them all in. Covering the whole country is a challenge but one we all relish. And it all feels much more intimate. I’ve covered games at big grounds and it’s fantastic. You might get a hot meal beforehand, the WIFI works great, the press rooms are warm. But I enjoyed covering an FA Vase semi-final while sat in a disused open air dug-out, umbrella perched to keep my laptop dry and the chance for a Wroxham player to make sure we all knew he meant to score the free-kick that looked more like a cross and bounced a couple of times before ending up in the corner! Looking through the attendances each week serves only as a reminder at how passionate football fans in this country are for ‘their club’. Stockport County had 4,644 at their win over York City last weekend – in the sixth tier. Nearly 3,5000 saw Bath City v Torquay in the National League South. On the same day, there were more than 2,000 to see a top of the table clash between South Shields and Farsley Celtic in the seventh tier! It’s remarkable when you think about it in real terms. Brazilians love their football and are just as passionate as we are. We’re looking forward to seeing how the documentary comes out. As to how we get the paper in shops every Sunday morning – that’s a tough question to answer. But somehow, thanks to all the dedicated reporters and photographers across the country, we always do


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COALVILLE TOWN FC Joined League: 1926 Chairman: Glyn Rennocks Website: www.pitchero.com/clubs/coalvilletown

Club History Coalville Town Football Club were formed in 1926 as Ravenstone Miners Athletic. They were the latest in a long line of association football clubs from the village of Ravenstone - Ravenstone Druids being one of the founder members of the Leicestershire and Rutland County Football Association in 1887. The Ravens played most of their football in the now defunct Coalville & District Amateur League, winning numerous honours including the Division One title on five occasions and the Junior Cup Northern Section on two occasions. Perhaps their greatest triumph came in 1953, when they won the League Championship and the coveted Coalville & District Charity Cup. When the league folded in 1975, they made the logical move to the North Leicestershire League with equal success. In 1976/77 they were runners-up in both the Premier Division and Cobbin Trophy. They won the Junior Cup in 1985/86, the League Championship in 1989 and the double

of Championship and Cobbin Trophy a year later. The Ravens were rewarded for their success on the pitch with election to the Leicestershire Senior League in 1991, following the construction of a new club house at their Ravenslea home. They adapted well to the higher level of football and never finished outside the top half of the Division One table. The ambitions of the village club far exceeded those of the parish council and, following the council’s refusal to grant permission for floodlights, Glyn Rennocks was instrumental in uprooting the club and moving it to Owen Street, Coalville. A change of name followed to Coalville Football Club - with the club becoming the first senior side in the town since the demise of Coalville Amateurs in 1954. The club commenced their first season as Coalville in 1995/96. Floodlights were installed prior to the 1996/97 season and, after a slow start to the campaign, the first eleven went on to finish as runners

up in Division One and gain promotion to the Premier Division. Strength in depth was a major factor during this season with the second eleven going on to win the Leicestershire Combination League Division Two. The introduction of manager Lee Harriman for the 2001/2002 season heralded the most successful period in the club’s history. Having led the side to back-to-back Senior League titles, Coalville finally made the step up to the Midland Football Alliance for the 2003/04 season. The 2002/03 season also saw the Under 18s, led by Dan Gallacher, clinching the FA County Youth Cup and finishing as runners up in the League Cup competition. A new era, in a league as tough and prestigious as the MFA, may have seen many a team wilt at their first attempt. However, with a great start from the blocks, the Ravens hit the ground running and finished in a respectable 8th position. With the emphasis for 2004/05 on finishing as high as possible


in the league, with of course aspirations to clinch the title, the squad could have been forgiven for getting a little sidetracked by a certain cup competition - the FA Cup. With Coalville never being eligible for the competition before it was apparent that this would be an experience more than a challenge for the famous cup. However, try telling that to Lee Harriman and his squad. At their first attempt, the club reached the first round proper where they came up against Football League side Wycombe Wanderers, and only bowed out of the competition by a single goal. This was made all the more special as they started in the Extra Preliminary round and became only the second club in the entire history of the Cup to reach the first round proper from the very first stage. The cup run spurred the team on in the league and, helped by a 17 game unbeaten run, a highest ever finish of 3rd place was achieved. Coalville began the 2005/06 season as many people’s favourites for the MFA but an inconsistent campaign saw the Ravens eventually finish in 8th place. Away from the league Coalville enjoyed a memorable Westerby Cup run which only ended with a 3-2 defeat in the final against Leicester City at the Walkers Stadium.

October 2006 saw Lee Harriman bring to an end his five year association with the Ravens and former Nuneaton Borough boss Brendan Phillips was appointed in his place. A difficult season for “The Bear” and Coalville ended with a disappointing 18th place finish and saw Brendan step down from the manager’s post in the close-season. Former player and fans’ favourite Adam Stevens was appointed as manager prior to the 2007/08 season and soon set about restoring the Ravens’ fortunes. After leading Coalville to eighth, third and second place finishes, along with a narrow League Cup final defeat, Stevens made sure 2011 was a year that will live long in the memory of all Ravens fans. Coalville opened the season with a run of eight victories to underline their status as title favourites but were pushed all the way by Tipton Town with both teams ending the campaign on 100 points. It was Coalville’s record-breaking goalscoring record of 153 goals - exemplified by a final day 9-0 victory at Alvechurch - that made the difference as the Ravens clinched the title and promotion to the Northern Premier League. For most teams that alone would have been

seen as a very successful season but Stevens had loftier ambitions and an outstanding run in the FA Vase saw Coalville book their place in the Wembley final with a 6-2 aggregate victory against Kings Lynn Town. Although Coalville were unfortunate 3-2 losers to Whitley Bay in the final the Ravens made many friends with their open, attacking football. A season of consolidation followed in the Northern Premier League with a high turnover of players in 2011-12. The following season Coalville were top of the Evo-Stik Southern division for most of the season. This great form faltered toward the end of the season with results finishing mainly in draws and losses saw Coalville fall to second in the table behind Kings Lynn. Coalville went on to compete in the play off semi-final but lost at home to Chasetown. Chasetown went on to lose against Stamford in the final. The Ravens did have some consolation after lifting the Westerby Cup beating Loughborough Dynamo 2-1 in the final at the King Power stadium. Last following ended in the same way for Coalville but this time it was close all season with players coming impressing and being signed by clubs higher, manager Adam Stevens was really put to the test but continued to


find the quality players to push Coalville to the top of the table. A home defeat to Gresley on Easter Monday handed pole position back to Halesowen who secured the title on the last day leaving again as runners up. This time Mickleover were the visitors to Owen Street for the players off and a 3-2 defeat left the raven following with that same feeling as the previous season, so near yet so far.... In the FA trophy Coalville had a memorable run beating several higher league teams such as Marine and Solihull Moors before drawing the previous seasons finalists Grimsby Town who were held to a draw at Owen Street before eventually winning through at Blundell park. Manager Adam Stevens hoped to build on the positive aspects of the last two seasons but soon resigned as manger early on in the season, Jimmy Gray took over for a short spell in charge before Tommy Brookbanks joined from Loughborough with the task of steadying the ship. The Brookbanks era started off with a hard run of games and lots of injuries but the style of football Tommy was to bring to Coalville was soon evident and lifted the spirit of the Raven faithful. Off the pitch last season was a big year for Coalville as they continued to develop

and improve as a club to match the progress of recent years on the pitch, the introduction of the youth development pathway and academy side will hopefully produce local talent for the first team in the near future. 2014-15 did see a county cup final where the Ravens lost out 2-1 to Barwell at Leicester City’s King Power Stadium. The 2015-16 started off as one of great optimism at Owen St. Tommy Brookbanks had put a squad together capable of challenging for promotion and they got off to a solid start and were never out of the top 3 since September. Acknowledged as probably the best footballing side in the league they were in touch with leaders Stafford, but a wobble in February and March left The Ravens looking over their shoulder. However, an impressive run in saw Coalville win the promotion play off final at big spending Shaw Lane coming back from being a goal down at half time before running out 3-1 winners following a stunning second half performance. Despite being many peoples favourites for relegation The Ravens more than held their own n their first season at Step 3 and finished a creditable 16th Place in

heir first season in the league. In the 2017/18 season Coalville had a tough start losing their opening three games but then went on to win the next 7 fixtures pushing them up 2nd in the league. Following that there were further runs of losses and victories but all in all was a disappointing league season with the club only just avoiding relegation. The Ravens did reach two cup finals where they defeated Loughborough Dynamo to win the Leicestershire Challenge Cup,but lost to Atherton Collieries in the final of the Integro League Cup. Following the season Manager Tommy Brookbanks left the club and he was replaced by Adam Stevens who joined for his second spell as Manager. Coalville FC Squad – 2018/19 Adam Stevens – Manager Adam returned to Coalville in May 2018 having previously managed them for 7 seasons until 2014 during the clubs most successful period. In 2011 he guided the club to promotion from the Midland Football Alliance having scored an impressive 150 goals in the league and also reached the FA Vase Final where the Ravens lost out to Whitley Bay at


Wembley. Following his departure he had three highly successful seasons at Grantham Town which culminated with them losing the Play Off final to Ashton United in May Danny Martin – Assistant Manager Danny has been Stevos right hand man for a number of years and was at his side previously at Coalville. Known for his enthusiasm and passion he is also a very talented coach. Before heading into the dugout Danny was an accomplished midfielder having starred for Hinckley United in the Conference. Richard Walton – Age 21 Position Goalkeeper Richard is a commanding goalkeeper who joined Coalville in December 2018 on a contract until summer of 2019. He game through the youth system at Lincoln City and signed professional forms with them. During that time, he went on loan to Gainsborough Trinity and Lincoln Units. In the summer of 2018 Matlock Town signed him for an undisclosed fee. He went on loan to Stratford Town before joining The Ravens Matt Coton – Age 25 Position Goalkeeper Matt re-joined Coalville in November 2018 having previously spent 4 seasons at Coalville. Much of that time he was understudy to Sean Bowles but established himself as Number 1 making of

70 appearances before moving on to Sutton Coldfield, Stourbridge and Coleshill Town Kalern Thomas – Age 25 Position Defender Kalern joined Coalville from Kings Lynn Town in October 2018. Having previously played for Corby Town, Loughborough Dynamo and Solihull Moors. Kieren Fenton – Age 24 Position Defender An accomplished central defender who joined Nottingham Forest as a youngster and was eventually released in 2015. From there he played for Basford United before signing for Coalville in December 2018. He is also a free kick specialist. Dean Freeman - Age 22 Position Defender A tall imposing centre half who joined in the summer of 15/16 after going through the youth system at Barnsley. He then joined Matlock and Rainworth MW before helping the team to play-off glory. He was named the Evo Stik Northern Premier League D1 South young player of the year in 2016. He is now developing into a top central defender as he enters his 4th season at Coalville. Scott McManus – Age 29 Position Defender Summer signing from FC Halifax Town and a real coup for the club. He was originally with Manchester United &

Macca is a legend at Halifax having joined them from FC United of Manchester. He is the Shaymens all-time record appearance holder and is a cult hero amongst their supporters having scored a spectacular winner in the 2016 FA Trophy Final at Wembley. Scott wanted to play more local having moved to the Coalville area and living ten minutes away from the stadium it’s a perfect match. Courtney Wildin – Age 22 Position Defender Courtney is a full international having earned 5 caps for Antigua and Bermuda. He is a summer signing from Nantwich Town. He was with Aston Villa as a youngster before joining Sheffield Wednesday. Since then he has played for Gainsborough Trinity, Lincoln City and Boston United. Courtney is also a full-time model working for the likes of sportswear giants Nike and major retailer Next Tom McGlinchey Age 21 Position MidfieldTom joined in the summer of 2017 from Midland League side Leicester Road FC. His impressive performance and potential last season have earned him his first contract for this season. He is equally at home playing wide or just off the main strikers.


Alex Dean Age 28 Position Midfield - Alex is in his second spell at Coalville after leaving to play in the conference north with Solihull Moors who he impressed against during an FA Trophy game. Having re-joined the club in August 2014 he is now the longest serving player at Coalville big favourite with the ravens faithful and looks back to his best in the black and white shirt. Joe Doyle-Charles Age 22 Position MidfieldSummer signing from Matlock Town who he had starred for the last few seasons.. Highly rated central midfielder with a good work rate and excellent range of passing. Last year Joe was selected for the England C squad. Has also played for Alfreton Town Curtis Burrows Age 22 Position Midfield Curtis is a midfielder who is able to play either as a winger or supporting the front players. He joined after a short spell at Mickleover Sports and before that he was an integral part of the Grantham Town side that got to the Northern Premier League play off final in 2017-18 Steve Towers Age 33 Position MidfieldSigned in the summer of 2016, the Leicester born player has had a long and illustrious career in nonleague football having played for Brackley Town

and Corby in the National League. The tough tackling midfielder also has an eye for goal and is the clubs current captain. Luke Shaw Age 22 Position MidfieldSummer signing from Grantham Town. Pacey winger with a real eye for goal. Had a spell with AFC Telford in the National League and then suffered a serious knee injury at Grantham. He is looking to get his career going again at Coalville. Andrew Wright Age 21 Position MidfieldSummer signing from Grantham Town. Box to box midfielder with an eye for goal and lots of energy. Started his career at Lincoln City with whom he earned his first professional contract. Then had a loan spell at Matlock Town before joining Grantham. Leandro Browne Age 23 Position Midfield A tricky pacey winger who has represented Loughborough Dynamo, Gresley and Belper Town, He then spent some time in the USA playing college football before he returned to the UK, after a spell out of the game injured, he has been training with Coalville to gain his fitness and done enough to earn himself a deal. Daniel Creaney Age 24 Position Striker– Last season’s top scorer with more than 30 goals, despite missing the early

part of the campaign through injury. Dan joined Coalville in March 2017 from Bedworth United having also played for Atherstone Town. Tim Berridge Age 20 Position StrikerTalented young forward signed from Dunkirk after scoring over 30 goals last season in the East Midlands Counties League helping them to promotion. He is looking to make the jump to Step 3. Kairo Mitchell Age 21 Position Striker A tall strong pacey forward who came through the ranks at Leicester City. He was released by the Foxes in the summer of 2017 having played for their under 18’s and under 23’s. he then moved on to Nuneaton Borough in the National League North but due to their financial difficulties he was allowed to join Coalville in October 2018 and scored on his debut. He is also a full international having represented Grenada. Kyle Perry Age 32 Position Striker. A vastly experienced striker who has played in the football league with Mansfield Town and Port Vale. Having moved into the Non-League he has played for a host of clubs including Hednesford Town, Northwich Victoria, Tamworth and Altrincham. He joined Coalville from Stafford Rangers in November 2018


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St Neots Town The outcome of this match hinged on an ugly 51st minute incident which resulted in a red card for a visiting official and two yellow cards for home players – the one for home skipper Luke Knight a second in the match, and a sending off. It appeared that St Neots had been denied the chance of taking a quick throw-in bringing Referee Andrew Humphries into consultation with a colleague to sort out the melee before meeting out the punishments. Sadly this was a case of St Neots being responsible for their own misfortune because the loss of a player as they sought to get back into the game proved to be a fatal blow. It was the second straight red card for the Saints skipper this season and in addition to twelve cautions, it has resulted in his disciplinary punishments seeing him missing almost half of St Neots matches. It was overall a very disappointing performance by the home side who are now mired in a relegation fight with only just over a third of the season remaining. With one of his Northampton loanee players recalled at short notice and Devante Stanley starting a three matches suspension, Manager Matt Clements recalled Taylor Parr, Russell Short and Scott Sinclair leaving Tom Wood and Mason Rhiney on the substitutes bench. Alvechurch took control of the attacking play from the start. A loose clearance fell to Raheem Nabie after just two minutes, but his shot was deflected, and then a Josh Ezewele corner was pulled back to Josh March who shot high over the bar. It was therefore no surprise when the visitors went ahead after 12 minutes as an Ezewele free kick found Kieran Cook unmarked and he headed past Finley Iron. St Neots first shot on goal after 12 minutes by

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Johnny Herd was deflected for a corner and the ball was cleared quickly to March who free shot was comfortably saved by Iron. Cook could have added to the score but skied his effort over the bar and from a Tom Turton corner, March won the ball in the air, but Iron saved well. An initial midfield flare up saw Luke Knight and Cook booked as tempers frayed and St Neots desperate to get a toe hold into the game did create a good chance with Dylan Williams and Jordan Norville-Williams combining well, but Scott Sinclair fired well wide. The first half ended with Nabie player clear of a square lying defence, but his effort was too high.

his second goal of the match from a Rahim Nabie cross in a breakaway attack six minutes from time. Many of the rather sparse crowd had left before this third goal no doubt ruminating on how St Neots’ can get back to consistency of performance and enough points to retain their place at their current level of football.

St Neots looked more positive after the break but before they could really test the visiting defence the unfortunate (but unnecessary) flare up outside the visitors’ bench saw them reduced to ten men and a quick rethink of tactics required. They responded by introducing Tom Wood to boost their attacking options in midfield, sacrificing Sinclair who was playing wide right but before the substitute made any impact the visitors carved out a second goal to leave the home side with a mountain to climb. It came after 66 minutes as Tom Turton beat his marker on the side line and his accurate cross saw Lee Chilton arrive late from the left flank to head past the stranded Iron. Wood had a shot blocked as St Neots rallied and a second substitute, Gary Wharton saw his effort blocked after good play by Williams. Alvechurch was then reduced to ten men when Ash Carter was dismissed for violently disputing a corner kick decision but by then the visitors were back firmly in control and they rounded off a comfortable victory and a league double when the lively Chilton stole in at the far post to claim

Cards: Knight (RED – 2 x Y – 35 & 51 mins), Herd (Y – 48 mins), Sinclair (Y – 51 mins), Miles (Y – 59 mins), Wharton (Y – 77 mins).

St Neots: Iron, Miles, Herd, Knight, Hughes, Parr, Sinclair, Short, Hall, Williams, NorvilleWilliams Subs: Wood (for Sinclair 60 mins), Wharton (for Hall 70 mins) and Rhiney

Goals: none Alvechurch: Crane, Ezewele, Foster, Turton, Morrison (K), Carter, Nabie, Cook, Lloyd, March, Chilton Subs: Morrison (T) (for Cook 73 mins), Landell (for Lloyd 77 mins), Llewellyn (for Turton 89 mins, Willets and Parsons Cards: Carter (RED – 73 mins), Cook (Y – 35 mins) Goals: Cook (12 mins), Chilton 2 (66 & 84 mins) Referee: Andrew Humphries (Daventry) Attendance: 198 John Walker


St Neots Town First Team

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Kettering Town

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19

4

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28

28

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Stourbridge

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17

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4

59

27

32

59

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King's Lynn Town

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13

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30

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49

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Stratford Town

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Alvechurch

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13

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37

33

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Biggleswade Town Needham Market AFC Rushden & Diamonds Coalville Town Leiston Banbury United St Ives Town Royston Town Rushall Olympic Redditch United Barwell Tamworth Hitchin Town

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15

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20

Lowestoft Town

27

5

8

14

23

40

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23

21

Halesowen Town

26

4

9

13

18

41

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21

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Bedworth United

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19

24

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13

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

EVOSTIK LEAGUE SOUTH PREMIER DIVISION CENTRAL 2018/19 Correct at 22:00 Tuesday 29th January 2019


St Neots Town Reserves

14

TEAMS Linton Granta Great Shelford Cambridge University Press West Wratting Fulbourn Institute Comberton United Ely City Reserves Eynesbury Rovers Reserves Cherry Hinton Eaton Socon Brampton Foxton First Bar Hill Hemingfords United

15

St Neots Town Reserves

21

2

3

16

-47

9

16

Cambridge City Dev.

18

1

3

14

-37

3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

P 20 20 20 21 21 21 22 16 19 21 21 21 20 18

W 15 14 13 11 10 10 9 10 9 8 8 7 5 5

D 3 2 2 3 4 3 5 1 1 3 2 2 5 4

L 2 4 5 7 7 8 8 5 9 10 11 12 10 9

GD 40 28 20 5 8 -3 -2 20 -3 -10 1 -10 -7 -3

PTS 48 44 41 36 34 33 32 31 28 27 26 23 20 19

KERSHAW LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION

ST NEOTS TOWN UNDER 18’S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

TEAM

P

W

D

L

F

A

GD

PTS

Cambridge City U18 Royston Town U18 Haverhill Rovers U18 Ely City U18 Mildenhall Town U18 Long Melford Newmarket Town U18 Saffron Walden Community Youth Histon U18

11 10 9 8 9 9 11 12 10 11

9 8 6 6 4 3 3 3 1 0

1 2 3 0 1 1 1 0 2 3

1 0 0 2 4 5 7 9 7 8

47 36 42 33 21 26 12 15 14 15

15 9 19 17 16 32 31 48 30 44

32 27 23 16 5 -6 -19 -33 -16 -29

28 26 21 18 13 10 10 9 5 3

St Neots Town U18

THURLOW NUNN YOUTH LEAGUE CAMBRIDGE DIVISION 2018/19


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ALVECHURCH

BANBURY UNITED

BARWELL

BEDWORTH UNITED

BIGGLESWADE TOWN

COALVILLE TOWN

HALESOWEN TOWN

HITCHIN TOWN

KETTERING TOWN

AFC RUSHDEN & DIAMONDS AFC RUSHDEN & DIAMONDS

2-Mar

1 -- 1

1 -- 1

3 -- 1

3 -- 3

3 -- 1

2 -- 0

2 -- 1

22-Ap

22-Apr

16-Mar

9-Feb

16-Feb

13-Apr

1 -- 0

30-Mar

1 -- 3

6 -- 1

20-Apr

23-Mar

4 -- 2

2 -- 1

27-Apr

4 -- 1

1 -- 1

0 -- 0

2 -- 3

1 -- 1

16-Feb

0 -- 1

13-Apr

22-Apr

0 -- 1

2 -- 2

1 -- 2

3 -- 0

20-Apr

1 -- 1

16-Ma

TBA

9-Feb

2 -- 2

9-Mar

13-Ap

ALVECHURCH

0 -- 0

BANBURY UNITED

1 -- 0

3 -- 1

BARWELL

23-Mar

1 -- 2

2 -- 1

BEDWORTH UNITED

1 -- 3

0 -- 2

1 -- 3

2-Feb

BIGGLESWADE TOWN

1 -- 0

4 -- 2

0 -- 0

30-Mar

1 -- 1

COALVILLE TOWN

20-Apr

2 -- 0

1 -- 1

1 -- 0

1 -- 0

2 -- 0

HALESOWEN TOWN

23-Feb

1 -- 1

2 -- 0

0 -- 2

6-Apr

1 -- 1

1 -- 3

HITCHIN TOWN

3 -- 4

1 -- 1

0 -- 1

2 -- 0

23-Mar

0 -- 2

TBA

5 -- 1

KETTERING TOWN

2 -- 1

6-Apr

9-Mar

20-Apr

5 -- 1

2 -- 3

10-Nov

2 -- 0

5 -- 0

KINGS LYNN TOWN

1 -- 1

2-Feb

3 -- 1

3 -- 2

1 -- 1

2 -- 4

2-Mar

30-Mar

16-Mar

0 -- 0

LEISTON

1 -- 4

23-Feb

13-Apr

0 -- 1

9-Mar

3 -- 0

2 -- 0

4 -- 0

1 -- 2

30-Ma

LOWESTOFT TOWN

1 -- 1

1 -- 2

16-Feb

0 -- 0

27-Apr

2 -- 1

6-Apr

22-Dec

3 -- 2

2-Mar

NEEDHAM MARKET

1 -- 5

27-Apr

3 -- 3

TBA

4 -- 1

1 -- 0

23-Mar

9-Feb

8 -- 1

0 -- 3

REDDITCH UNITED

2 -- 2

4 -- 2

2 -- 0

2 -- 4

0 -- 1

6-Apr

1 -- 5

3 -- 0

20-Apr

9-Feb

ROYSTON TOWN

2 -- 1

0 -- 1

9-Feb

27-Apr

2 -- 0

4 -- 6

23-Feb

0 -- 0

1 -- 0

0 -- 1

RUSHALL OLYMPIC

2-Feb

1 -- 2

1 -- 1

1 -- 1

16-Feb

2 -- 2

0 -- 2

16-Mar

1 -- 2

0 -- 1

ST IVES TOWN

6-Apr

23-Mar

1 -- 2

9-Mar

2 -- 1

0 -- 1

0 -- 1

2 -- 0

2 -- 1

16-Feb

ST NEOTS TOWN

0 -- 1

0 -- 3

30-Mar

23-Feb

2 -- 1

9-Mar

2-Feb

27-Apr

0 -- 0

0 -- 3

STOURBRIDGE

2 -- 1

20-Apr

2 -- 0

3 -- 0

3 -- 1

9-Feb

4 -- 2

1 -- 1

3 -- 0

1 -- 2

STRATFORD TOWN

9-Mar

0 -- 1

2 -- 1

2 -- 1

3 -- 1

22-Apr

TBA

16-Feb

2 -- 0

1 -- 3

TAMWORTH

27-Apr

1 -- 1

16-Mar

3 -- 3

2 -- 2

1 -- 1

1 -- 3

2-Mar

2 -- 0

0 -- 0

0 -- 1

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KINGS LYNN TOWN

LEISTON

LOWESTOFT TOWN

NEEDHAM MARKET

REDDITCH UNITED

ROYSTON TOWN

RUSHALL OLYMPIC

ST IVES TOWN

ST NEOTS TOWN

STOURBRIDGE

STRATFORD TOWN

TAMWORTH

pr

9-Feb

16-Feb

1 -- 1

16-Mar

5 -- 2

30-Mar

0 -- 2

0 -- 0

2 -- 0

13-Apr

15-Dec

2 -- 2

3

0 -- 3

24-Nov

9-Mar

3 -- 0

3 -- 0

0 -- 0

1 -- 0

2 -- 1

3 -- 2

0 -- 0

2 -- 2

0 -- 3

1

6-Apr

1 -- 0

0 -- 0

2-Mar

2-Feb

0 -- 1

2 -- 1

23-Feb

1 -- 3

0 -- 0

1 -- 1

0 -- 0

1

1 -- 3

6-Apr

9-Feb

13-Apr

4 -- 0

1 -- 2

1 -- 3

1 -- 1

6 -- 1

1 -- 1

2-Mar

22-Apr

2

23-Feb

2 -- 2

1 -- 1

0 -- 4

0 -- 2

16-Mar

1 -- 3

2-Mar

1 -- 0

0 -- 2

30-Mar

1 -- 4

ar

1 -- 2

2-Feb

23-Feb

2 -- 0

2 -- 0

2-Mar

27-Apr

5-Jan

1 -- 0

1 -- 2

0 -- 0

3 -- 0

2

3 -- 3

2 -- 2

1 -- 0

1 -- 2

30-Mar

24-Nov

2 -- 2

27-Apr

1 -- 1

6 -- 4

16-Mar

16-Feb

pr

2 -- 2

23-Mar

1 -- 0

1 -- 1

22-Apr

2-Feb

2 -- 0

1 -- 1

1 -- 1

0 -- 3

0 -- 2

0 -- 1

1

3 -- 0

2 -- 2

13-Apr

1 -- 2

1 -- 0

22-Apr

2-Mar

1 -- 0

6-Apr

2 -- 1

23-Feb

2-Feb

2 -- 1

1 -- 2

3 -- 0

2-Feb

4 -- 4

1 -- 0

23-Feb

0 -- 3

23-Mar

4 -- 2

27-Apr

2 -- 1

1 -- 1

4 -- 0

22-Apr

16-Feb

4 -- 2

3 -- 0

2 -- 0

0 -- 0

0 -- 1

0 -- 0

13-Apr

22-Apr

2 -- 1

4 -- 3

1 -- 1

0 -- 1

16-Mar

2 -- 0

0 -- 3

9-Feb

2 -- 2

0 -- 2

0 -- 0

2 -- 0

23-Mar

0 -- 1

1 -- 2

2-Feb

20-Apr

1 -- 3

3 -- 1

16-Feb

1 -- 1

20-Apr

0 -- 1

6-Apr

2 -- 1

9-Mar

1 -- 2

2 -- 1

2 -- 0

2-Mar

0 -- 4

0 -- 1

23-Mar

20-Apr

1 -- 2

5 -- 0

23-Mar

2 -- 2

6-Apr

4 -- 1

13-Apr

22-Apr

2 -- 2

1 -- 1

22-Apr

0 -- 0

0 -- 2

1 -- 0

1 -- 2

1 -- 2

0 -- 0

3 -- 0

1 -- 1

0

ar

1 -- 5

r

1 -- 0

1 -- 2

3

1 -- 4

2 -- 2

1 -- 0

b

1 -- 1

27-Apr

4 -- 2

23-Feb

1

0 -- 1

2 -- 5

1 -- 1

2 -- 4

9-Mar

1

9-Mar

2 -- 0

3 -- 1

30-Mar

1 -- 3

0 -- 3

1 -- 1

0 -- 2

0 -- 0

1 -- 1

13-Apr

0 -- 0

9-Feb

3

20-Apr

2 -- 0

16-Mar

0 -- 3

3 -- 1

1 -- 0

0 -- 1

0 -- 1

2

27-Apr

2-Mar

3 -- 1

3 -- 1

16-Mar

2 -- 1

1 -- 1

30-Mar

16-Feb

3

23-Mar

3 -- 2

1 -- 3

3 -- 1

3-Jan

13-Apr

6-Apr

2-Feb

1 -- 0

0 -- 0

0

0 -- 1

20-Apr

30-Mar

1 -- 2

1 -- 3

1 -- 2

2 -- 0

1 -- 2

9-Feb

23-Feb

b

2 -- 1 0 -- 1

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ST NEOTS TOWN FC FIRST TEAM RESULTS, A Opposition in CAPS denotes home fixture. Player name in bold CAPS denotes goal scorer.

Date

Opposition

Comp

Result

Att

1

2

3

4

11 Aug

Stratford Town

EVO

0 1

292

Iron

Miles

Herd

Knight

O

14 Aug

BEDWORTH UNITED

EVO

2 1

192

Iron

Miles

Herd

Knight

O

18 Aug

RUSHALL OLYMPIC

EVO

0 1

200

Iron

Miles

Herd

Knight

O

25 Aug

Kings Lynn Town

EVO

0 0

568

Iron

Keeble

Miles

Knight

27 Aug

AFC RUSHDEN & DIA.

EVO

0 1

609

Iron

Keeble

Miles

Knight

01 Sep

Halwaowen Town

EVO

1 1

358

Iron

Miles

Herd

Knight

04 Sep

BEDFORD TOWN

SLCC

4 1 pens

175

Iron

Miles

Herd

Knight

08 Sep

BISHOPS STORTFORD

FAC

2 1

209

Reynolds

Miles

Herd

Knight

15 Sep

Banbury United

EVO

3 1

490

Iron

Miles

Herd

Peters

22 Sep

ROMULUS

FAC

4 3

325

Reynolds

Miles

HERD

O'Malley

29 Sep

HITCHIN TOWN

EVO

0 0

376

Reynolds

Miles

Herd

O’Malley

02 Oct

Lowestoft Town

SLCC

1 3

158

Reynolds

O'Malley

Herd

Knight

06 Oct

COALVILLE TOWN

FAC

2 2

518

Reynolds

Miles

Herd

Knight

09 Oct

Coalville Town

FACR

5 3 pens

409

Reynolds

Miles

Herd

O’Malley

13 Oct

KETTERING TOWN

EVO

0 3

693

Reynolds

Miles

Herd

O'Malley

16 Oct

Royston Town

EVO

0 5

243

Reynolds

Miles

Stanley

Olaniran

20 Oct

Alfreton Town

FAC

0 4

645

Reynolds

Miles

Herd

O'Malley

23 Oct

Lowestoft Town

EVO

2 1

238

Reynolds

Stanley

Herd

Wood

27 Oct

MATLOCK TOWN

FAT

1 0

249

Reynolds

Stanley

Herd

Wood

02 Nov

Coalville Town

EVO

1 1

138

Reynolds

Stanley

Herd

Knight

06 Nov

TAMWORTH

EVO

0 0

181

Reynolds

Stanley

Herd

Knight

10 Nov

BARWELL

FAT

0 1

216

Reynolds

Stanley

Miles

Knight

17 Nov

Alvechurch

EVO

2 3

239

Reynolds

Stanley

Herd

Olaniran

20 Nov

NEEDHAM MARKET

EVO

0 3

139

Reynolds

Miles

Herd

Knight

01 Dec

STOURBRIDGE

EVO

1 2

188

Iron

Miles

Herd

Knight

08 Dec

REDDITCH UNITED

EVO

3 1

179

Iron

Miles

Herd

Knight

18 Dec

Barwell

EVO

1 6

63

Iron

Stanley

Herd

Knight

22 Dec

STRATFORD TOWN

EVO

1 2

258

Iron

Hughes

Herd

Knight

26 Dec

AFC Rushden & Dia.

EVO

0 2

664

Iron

Hughes

Norville-Williams

Knight

01 Jan

ST IVES TOWN

EVO

0 1

428

Iron

Short

Norville-Williams

Knight

H

05 Jan

ROYSTON TOWN

EVO

1 0

268

Iron

Miles

Herd

Short

H

08 Jan

LEISTON

EVO

2 0

128

Iron

Sinclair

Herd

Short

H

12 Jan

Leiston

Evo

0 2

208

Iron

Sinclair

Herd

Knight

15 Jan

Yaxley

HSC

2 2*

102

Iron

Miles

Herd

Knight

19 Jan

ALVECHURCH

EVO

0 3

198

Iron

Miles

Herd

Knight

H

26 Jan

Needham Market

EVO

1 0

299

Iron

Miles

Herd

Wood

S

* win 3 2 on Penalties

H


APPEARANCES AND GOALS 2018/19 5

6

7

8

9

10

11

Sub 1

Sub 2

Sub 3

Olaniran

Parr

Sembie-Ferris

Peters

Irwin

Williams D

Ofosu

Wood

O'Malley

Stanley

Olaniran

PARR

Sembie-Ferris

Peters

Irwin

Williams D

OFOSU

Stanley

O’Malley

Olaniran

Parr

Sembie-Ferris

Peters

Irwin

Williams D

Ofosu

Douglas

O’Malley

Wood

Parr

O'Malley

Peters

Sembie-Ferris

Douglas

Ofosu

Mutswunguma

Olaniran

Wood

Parr

O'Malley

Peters

Sembie-Ferris

Mutswunguma

Ofosu

Douglas

Fulianty

Wood

Parr

O'Malley

Peters

Wharton

Sembie-Ferris

OFOSU

Keeble

Wood

Parr

Worman

O'MALLEY

Sembie-Ferris

Peters

Ofosu

Keeble

Douglas

Wood

Parr

Sembie-Ferris

O'Malley

Wharton

WILLIAMS D

Ofosu

DOUGLAS

Keeble

Stanley

Wood

Olaniran

Sembie-Ferris

Worman

SHARIFF 2

WILLIAMS D

Ofosu

Douglas

Keeble

Stanley

WOOD

Parr

SEMBIE-FERRIS 2

Peters

Shariff

Stanley

Ofosu

Olaniran

Douglas

Wood

Parr

Sembie-Ferris

Peters

Shariff

Worman

Ofosu

Short

Williams

Wharton

Wood

Parr

Sembie-Ferris

Short

Wharton

Worman

Williams D

Ofosu

Shariff

Peters

WOOD

Parr

O'Malley

Short

SHARIFF

Williams D

Ofosu

Stanley

Wharton

Wood

Parr

Sembie-Ferris

Short

Shariff

Williams D

OFOSU

Stanley

WHARTON 2

Wood

Parr

Sembie-Ferris

Short

Shariff

Williams D

Ofosu

Stanley

Wharton

Wood

Parr

O'Malley

Worman

Shariff

Williams D

Wharton

Ofosu

Sembie-Ferris

Wood

Parr

Sembie-Ferris

Short

Shariff

Williams D

Ofosu

Wharton

Stanley

Short

Parr

Sembie-Ferris

Watkins

SHARIFF 2

Williams D

Wharton

Miles

Ofosu

Wood

Olaniran

Short

Olaniran

Sembie-Ferris

Miles

SHARIFF

Williams D

Wharton

Ofosu

Short

Wood

SEMBIE-FERRIS

Miles

Shariff

Williams D

Worman

Watkins

Short

Parr

Sembie-Ferris

Wood

Shariff

Williams D

Worman

Ofosu

Short

Parr

Sembie-Ferris

Wood

Shariff

Williams D

Ofosu

Wharton

Douglas

Short

Parr

Miles

WOOD

Shariff

WHARTON

Watkins

Sembie-Ferris

Ofosu

Wood

Parr

Wharton

Watkins

Shariff

Williams D

Ofosu

Wood

Olaniran

Borg

Watkins

Shariff

WILLIAMS D

Wharton

Ofosu

Douglas

Short

Parr

Borg

Wood

SHARIFF 2

WILLIAMS D

Norville-Williams

Watkins

Stanley

Short

Parr

Borg

Watkins

Shariff

Williams D

Norville-Williams

WHARTON

Miles

Gomes

Short

PARR

Miles

Wood

Shariff

Williams D

Daldy

Wharton

Stanley

Norville-Williams

Wharton

Short

Parr

Miles

Wood

Shariff

Williams D

Daldy

Stanley

Wharton

Borg

Hughes

Parr

Daldy

Wood

Hall

Williams D

Wharton

Miles

Rhiney

Sinclair

Hughes

PARR

Stanley

Pollock

Hall

Williams D

Norville-Williams

Sinclair

Rhiney

Hughes

Parr

Stanley

Pollock

Hall

WILLIAMS D

NORVILLE-WILLIAMS

Wharton

Short

Parr

Stanley

Miles

Wharton

Williams D

Norville-Williams

Rhiney

Hughes

Wood

Stanley

Rhiney

HALL

Williams D

NORVILLE-WILLIAMS

Wharton

Sinclair

Hughes

Parr

Sinclair

Short

Hall

Williams D

Norville-Williams

Wood

Wharton

SHORT

Parr

Sinclair

Newell

Hall

Wharton

Norville-Williams

Mutswunguma

Joseph


SQUAD

SQUAD

Fin IRON

Richard Walton

Matt MILES

Matt Coton Kalern Thomas

Johnny HERD

Kieren Fenton

Taylor PARR

Dean Freeman

Ryan HUGHES

Scott McManus

Russell SHORT

Courtney Wildin

Gary WHARTON

Tom McGlinchey

Jordan NORVILLE-WILLIAMS

Alex Dean

James HALL

Joe Doyle-Charles Curtis Burrows

Scott SINCLAIR

Steve Towers

Mason RHINEY

Luke Shaw

Tom WOOD

Andrew Wright

Jack NEWELL

Leandro Browne

Prince MUTSWUNGUMA

Daniel Creaney

Jacob JOSEPH

Tim Berridge Kairo Mitchell Kyle Perry

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