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Official matchday programme of Poole Town v Leamington

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  • Main Sponsor

    Saturday, 5th December The Evo-Stik League Southern Premier Division

    Poole Town FC

    Match sponsorPortman StoneBall SponsorChillfrome Delicatessen

    V Leamington

    Official matchday programme 2

    Issue 14

  • Official website: www.pooletownfc.co.uk

    WELCOME TO TATNAM

    THE STRONGESTADHESIVEYOU CAN BUY!

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    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 LanchburyGoalkeeping 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 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

  • CAPTAINS NOTESJamie WhiskenClub Captain

    Facebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)

    Evening all, so after a week in which involved a lot of travelling and some horrendous conditions were back at Tatnam after collecting six points better off out of a possible nine. We had a great win here last sat in the match I was suspended in, 3-0 against St Neots, we were very good at both ends. Will Spetch stepped in to my slot and I thought he did brilliantly. They have gone on to pick up some good results since and prove they are still a top side so that was a great 3 points.

    Tuesday saw us with a long old trip to Histon, traffic was horrendous and we arrived to the game very late, with little time to prepare and get ready I never expected us to start like we did. How we were 0-3 up after 15mins Ill never know, the boys were brilliantly and ruthless with every chance. One side was going to get a hiding off us sooner or later and it happened to be Histon, it had been coming. An Im deadly honest when I say 0-7 flattered them. It could have been 12!

    Onto Kettering away, the club put us up Friday evening up there which was good of them, otherwise would have been a lot of hectic travelling in a week. Its always nice to have that now and again as its good for the lads to bond and brings us closer. When I say closer I mean, imagine me and walks, two 6ft 4 centre halfs in a thatched cottage room where the door height was 4ft and so was the bed length. It gave the lads a good

    laugh anyway. Luckily we were moved, but hey things like this are good for team spirit. Unfortunately the game itself didnt go how we wanted, the pitch was like a cow field, incredible. It was non league at its best/worst. It was very hard for either team to play much football on the floor and to make it worse the wind was swirling. It was always going to be a 1 goal game and it could have gone either way, un-fortunately this time it wasnt ours, but no time for our heads to drop, were still top and we move on.

    Sadly we lost in the Dorset Senior Cup to Sherborne. The young Dol-phins put on a very good show for the crowd but the result did not reflect that.

    On a positive note, we welcome Lee Wort to the club on a one-month loan deal from Gosport Borough to help us over the busy festive period. Welcome Lee!

    Up the Dolphins

    Whisk

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  • CAPTAINS NOTES

    Facebook: Poole Town Football Club (Official)

    Telephone: 01202 292907

    www.swr.uk.net

    Job of the week:

    Electro/Mechanical Assembler

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  • 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

    There can be no bigger game in any league than a clash between first and second-that is what this afternoons fixture with Leamington was shaping up to be until Tuesday night. In the games played that evening a solitary Charlie Griffin goal for Chippenham at Bideford saw the Robins sneak into second spot ahead of todays visitors to Tatnam who themselves dropped two precious points in a surprise 2-2 home draw with St Neots. We of course have completed our league fixtures against both Chippenham and St Neots so the stronger those two clubs get and the more points they take off our rivals for the title the better!

    The players officials and support-ers of Leamington are of course most welcome to Tatnam and we trust they have had a good journey here and have a safe trip back home. Our opponents today are a big name in non league football and it is no surprise to see them doing so well this season.

    At the time of writing these notes there is the possibility that we might have a new striker in our ranks today. A player that has been on Toms radar for a couple of seasons now. If he has joined us it will be on a months loan to tide us over the frenetic December Christmas/ New Year period when we have no less than seven games. We have been able to bid for this player only because his wages have been fully covered by a donation from our marvellous Supporters Club .When the chance arose to sign him it was obvi-ously outside of what we as a Board of Directors could responsibly commit

    the club but the Supporters Club have come good in a big way,so if the lad is making his Poole debut today it is as a result of their generosity. Hot on the heels I might add of a superb 3000 donation to our finances to assist with essential works around the ground. Thank you guys - what would we do without you?!

    After today we are back herein Tues-day with another six pointer this time v Hungerford ko 7.45 whilst next Saturday we travel to Bedworth.

    In the week just put gone we lost a loyal servant when James Wood made the decision to leave his role as assis-tant manager.J ames will always be one of us- his playing record and his time as Toms number two guarantee that. We have parted on the best of terms and we wish him well in whatever he does in the future. He will always be welcome at Tatnam.

    Finally it would not be right to let these notes pass without mention of a superb display from the Clubs young-sters who really rattled the cage of Western Premier League Sherborne last Tuesday night eventually going down 2-1 after extra time in the Dorset Senior Cup quarter final .It is a measure of the lads quality that a predominantly u18 side were disappointed at not beating their so much more experienced oppo-nents. Our future would appear to be in good hands.

    Enjoy the game and do t forget the 50:50 tickets.

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  • TOM TALKS

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    Tom KillickFirst Team Manager

    Today we welcome st Neots to the Tatnam. They are a talented team and it was a closely fought affair in the away fixture which we managed to win. The league table looks quite good for us at the moment but we need to be relentless in our pursuit of success and not become complacent.

    Our last two matches have produced two victories. Against Cambridge I thought we were very good particularly in the first half. However, we were rather wasteful when it came to the goal scoring opportunities that we had and nearly paid the price for that. Its probably been a failing of ours for some time now that we are not converting a high enough percentage of the chances we are creating and that needs to change . Its some-thing we plan to work on and Im confident we can improve.

    Chippenham was not a game for the purists! However Jack Dickson, who is an exceptional young talent. scored a great goal and then we defended heroical-ly in the second half to get the points. I was proud of the play-

    ers and the desire they showed to fight for the points. I think it shows what it means to them as a group and how much they crave success.

    We need to back up things today with another three points and hope results go our way elsewhere. We are have already put a good number of points between us and some good sides in the league wh