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Matchday programme from Poole Town v Biggleswade Town

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  • Main Sponsor

    Saturday, February 6th The Evo-Stik League Southern Premier Division

    Poole Town FC

    Match sponsorPortman Stone

    Ball SponsorEast Dorset Guide Dogs

    V Biggleswade Town

    Official matchday programme 2

    Issue 18

  • Official website: www.pooletownfc.co.uk

    WELCOME TO TATNAM

    THE STRONGESTADHESIVEYOU CAN BUY!

  • Official website: www.pooletownfc.co.uk 2

    WELCOME TO TATNAM

    CLUB HONOURS

    Hampshire League Div 11999-00

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

    Southern League Div 1 SW2012-13

    Western League1956-57

    Southern League Cup2014-15

    Western Football League Cup1956-57

    Trophyman Cup1997-98, 1998-99

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

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

    201213, 201314

    ChairmanClive Robbins

    Vice ChairmanChris Reeves

    Commercial DirectorMark Bumford

    Facilities DirectorRod Taylor

    DirectorPippa Daniels

    Secretary Bill Reid15 Addison CloseRomsey, HampshireSO51 7TL01794 517991

    First Team ManagerTom Killick

    Head CoachCallum Brooks

    PhysioMatt Fisher

    Kit ManPaul Ayley

    Assistant Kit ManShane Lanchbury

    Goalkeeping CoachRobbie Yates

    GroundsmanChris Kelly

    Safety OfficerRob Bayston

    Programme EditorJack Amey

    Programme ContributorSteve Park

    PASteve Park

    Club PhotographerAndy Orman

    HospitalityEllie Bumford

    Supporters Club ChairPippa Daniels

    Bar/Catering/SiteManagerDick Thomas

    Kitchen SupervisorLiz Gower

    Club ChaplainDavid Price

    CLUB OFFICIALS

    CLUB INFORMATIONClub offices: 153 High Street, Poole,

    Dorset. BH15 1AUTelephone: 01202 674425

    Fax: 01202 681187

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

  • CAPTAIN'S NOTESJamie WhiskenClub Captain

    Facebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)

    Afternoon all, its been a long while since weve played back to back games at Tatnam and I feel after Tuesday night were going into this game in good shape. That was a fantastic derby day win against 1 of a main rivals, a win that was much needed after 4 previous draws. We felt if we could win that it could really kick us on going into the business end of the season and thats what we did. I thought we were top draw-er on the night in very tough con-ditions, the pitch was horrendous and stopped any fluent style of play from either side, 1 of the flood lights failed which meant it was very stop start, it was non league at its finest. As a team we remained fully focused through out though and kept our mind on the job. We defended fiercely and restricted them to only 1 chance which they failed to take so it was nice to get back to keeping a clean sheet. We had numerous chances it the first half but it wouldnt quite drop in for us, but second half we were a lot more ruthless, took 2 chances and out the game to bed!! They

    had a man sent off for a second bookable but to be honest it should of been a straight red, we were clever after that and used the ball well and made the extra man count. All in all it was a great 3 points and out us back on top!

    So today home to Big-gleswade, a side that can be dangerous and are capable of beating us so it is vital we kick on from Tuesday and back up that win with another result. It was good to have both Gleese and Gilli back properly on Tues-day and if we can keep them both fit that will bring a lot more strength and experience to the squad.

    Get behind the boys today and lets hear you singing, it honestly makes so much difference for us out there, be our 12th man!

    Up the Dolphins!

    Whisk

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    EAST DORSET GUIDE DOGS ARE PROUD TO SPONSOR THE MATCH BALL AND WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL THOSE WHO HAVE DONATED BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER THE MATCH.

    @GuidedogsBHarea guidedogsbmouth on facebook

    We will not rest until people who are blind or partially sighted can enjoy the same freedom of movement as everyone else.

    Charity number (291646)

  • CAPTAIN'S NOTES

    Facebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)

    Telephone: 01202 292907

    www.swr.uk.net

    Job of the week:

    Electro/Mechanical Assembler

    8-9 P/H, Bmth.

    South WestRECRUITMENT

    EAST DORSET GUIDE DOGS ARE PROUD TO SPONSOR THE MATCH BALL AND WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL THOSE WHO HAVE DONATED BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER THE MATCH.

    @GuidedogsBHarea guidedogsbmouth on facebook

    We will not rest until people who are blind or partially sighted can enjoy the same freedom of movement as everyone else.

    Charity number (291646)

  • BOARDROOM NOTES

    Residential, commercial and development conveyancing / property matters Divorce and other family and children issues. Fixed fee divorces Wills, Probate and Trusts, Lasting Powers of Attorney, the Law and the Elderly Personal Injury/Accident claims (No Win No Fee available) Construction and Contractual disputes Crime/Police Station Advice/ Motoring offences Employment issues/claims & Business/Company/Commercial/Partnership matters Legal aid available

    We are an approved Member of Accident LineAccident Line is the only personal injury referral scheme endorsed by The Law SocietyA Criminal Defence Service Lawyer A Community Legal Aid Lawyer

    Friendly, straightforward, efficient

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

    www.jacobsreeves.co.uk

    Poole153 High Street, Poole Telephone: 01202 674425

    Wimborne25 East Street, Wimborne BH21 1DUTelephone: 01202 880382

    S O L I C I TO R S

  • BOARDROOM NOTESChris ReevesVice Chairman

    Excitement is never very far away when it comes to supporting Poole Town Football Club! On 27 minutes into the game against Weymouth last Tuesday night, Poole supporters were looking forward to the side continuing to secure control of the game that was slowly but surely coming about when the unexpected happened and the lights went out! My stress levels going up several degrees during the course of the 40 minutes it took to get them back on is an un-derstatement! That is certainly a situation that I have never experienced previously during my involvement with the club. To have to contemplate the game being abandoned and the logistical nightmare of giving everyone at the game a voucher for the return rearranged fixture just did not bear contemplation. Fortu-nately, we had willing hands ready and able to assist in the form of the clubs electrician, George Bailey, Chris Kelly and Dick Thomas who all rallied to the cause and also former director, Steve Harvey, who was present at the fixture who immediately offered his services.

    I cannot thank George and Steve enough for what they did which was little short of mi-raculous. They managed to get the problem solved within seconds of the referee other-wise abandoning the game and of course we all know what happened thereafter as the team set about the task of securing the three points which took us back to the top of the table. In the end it was a clinical, comfortable victory with two superb goals, Luke Roberts in particular being quite spectacular. Other plus factors emerging from the game were of course the first start in a while by Richard Gillespie and the long awaited return to the field for Jamie Gleeson. With an excellent crowd enjoying the occasion and showing huge tolerance and patience during the blackout, the evening eventually turned out to be a highly satisfactory one. The icing on the cake of course was to learn that Dunstable had suffered a 5 : 1 away defeat at the hands

    of Chesham to make the league table look even better.

    This afternoon we welcome the players, officials and supporters of Big-gleswade Town to Tatnam and trust that they have had an uneventful journey here and that they enjoy a safe journey home.

    In the away fixture back in September a lone strike from Luke Holmes saw us collect all three points and with Chippenham having a difficult fixture in prospect away at Merthyr this afternoon, the opportunity is there for our lads to lay a significant marker in terms of our challenge for the league championship. Biggleswade have proved, during the course of this campaign that on their day they can be more than a match for anyone in the league and will harbour hopes themselves of securing a playoff place come April and our lads will need to produce another high quality performance if the points are to be secured.

    Next Saturday we make one of our shorter trips of the season when we travel to Paulton Rovers for another league fixture, whilst before that, this coming Tuesday, we have a much longer trip in prospect when we travel to Stratford for the rearranged game to that postponed early last month. If you fancy a place on the coach, then do contact Bill Reid to make your booking.

    Enjoy the game and dont forget the 50 : 50 tickets

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  • LAST TIME OUT

    Official website: www.pooletownfc.co.uk

    LAST TIME OUT

    This re-arranged local derby took a while to get going, not helped by a floodlight failure on 27 minutes. The sending off of Weymouths new signing, Krac, together with the introduction of Luke Roberts for Poole proved the pivotal mo-ments that turned the game for the Dolphins who dominated the last half hour.

    Until the flood light

    failure there had been nothing of note beyond 2 bookings. The game was within 5 minutes of being abandoned when light was finally restored. However the first half continued with little of note other than from a Poole corner a shot was cleared off the line and follow up head-er hit the bar (did not see w