Dunstable Town attracted their second highest attendance of the season with the arrival of Slough Town this afternoon. Slough occupy the last spot in the play off places and had recently strengthened the squad with the signing of former Dunstable Town fan favourite, Scott Davies to their ranks. Scott, being a thoroughly decent man, had a long chat before the game with our Chairman and Vice Chairman and exchanged pleasantries with fans of both sides alike. Scott has a regular column in the Non League Paper and always writes eloquently and articulately and his column is always interesting and thought provoking. Today’s crowd of 282 braved persistent and heavy rain which started two hours befor


© Liam Smith Today’s attendance of 273 was the second best of the season and was bolstered by a good following from Hitchin but also by a significant turn out from our friends at the Weatherfield Academy who have been so helpful and supportive to the Club as it makes its’ transition to a sustainable Fan Managed club. We are truly humbled by the unqualified support and generosity of Headmaster Joe Selmes and his wonderful team of staff at the School who have proven to be the perfect partners in what we hope will be a long and fruitful partnership. Mascots for the day were from both Weatherfield Academy and St Joseph’s FC, who have strong connections with both Dunstable Manager, Tony McCool &


Dunstable Town is proud to announce that Weatherfield Academy has become its Community Partner School. This will mean the club and school have entered into a long-term partnership to develop and deliver lifelong learning opportunities for the students of Weatherfield. The decision to create this partnership has been borne out of the excellent activities that thus far have taken place this season. These include running friendly football tournaments for students who are not part of organised football clubs; students being mascots on match-days; organising and hosting a round of the FA People’s Cup; creating two young adults and one girls Ability Counts teams where Weatherfield students play fo


Over the next couple of home matches we are working together with the Dunstable Foodback and collecting donations for the 3 foodbanks in our community. Over 90% of the food distributed by foodbanks in The Trussell Trust network is donated by the public – that’s why your food donations are absolutely vital to their ability to give everyone referred to them a balanced and nutritious three day supply of food. The shopping list below shows their most need food items: Packets of instant Mashed Potatoes. 40s and 80s Tea Bags Small jars of Instant Coffee 500g bags of Sugar Savoury Biscuits (Ritz, Cream Crackers, Cheddars etc) Tinned Sardines & Pilchards (not tuna due to high stocks) Tinned Fruit Ti


©Weymouth Football Club With only 13 fit or available players Manager, Tony McCool, drove the kindly loaned Weatherfield Academy minibus down the snowy motorways of southern England, keen to protect the precious talents of our gifted and talented young players from a repeat score line of last week’s match against Tiverton Town. In stepped recent loan signing from Stevenage, Nathan Harness, into the no.1 goalkeeping jersey vacated by the injured Will Hunt, who is likely to be out injured for the next month or so. All at the Club wish Will a speedy recovery and thank him for the outstanding form he has shown in- between the sticks. Nathan produced a polished and professional performance on his


We can confirm that the club has signed Stevenage 'keeper, Nathan Harness, on loan for the remainder of the season. Will Hunt picked up an injury during the Tiverton Town match last weekend. Despite trying to carry the injury for the duration of the match, he was eventually replaced by centre half Kieran Ogden. Will is due to see consultants this week regarding his injury and is expected to be out of action for a number of weeks. Nathan arrives at Creasey Park following an exciting run in the FA Youth Cup with Stevenage, beating Luton Town, Bromley and Fleetwood Town, before being beaten in the 4th Round Proper by Middlesborough. Harness has also had a successful season in the EFL Youth Alli


Viv Curtis @vivcurtis Dunstable Town arrived in the historic Devon town of Tiverton yesterday, after another gruelling four hour cross country journey caused by the temporary closure of the M25, but with high hopes of reproducing the form that had earned them a deserved point away at Dorchester a fortnight earlier. Instead they left somewhat shell shocked after going down 7 – 1 to their hosts, and with a potentially serious injury to goalkeeper Will Hunt and a red card dismissal for Peter Kioso. In truth it probably couldn’t have gone much worse for Tony & Gareth’s brave, battling soldiers. Our hosts had worked hard to get the pitch in a playable state following deep snowfall last week and h

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through its annually elected Club Officers, constituting the Chairperson, Treasurer and Secretary.