Local Derby.......

If you need your football fix why not head down to Creasey Park on Saturday and show your support to Tony McCool and the lads.....

We are back in the Quadrant......

On Saturday 1st of December Dunstable Town Football Club will once again be having there stall in the Quadrant shopping centre from 9am to 12 noon . Last Saturday our Developement squad progressed to the semi finals of a cup competition . They got through via a penalty shoot out & in goal was 16yr old Ben Lincoln who produced two stunning saves to help his team through to the semi finals in Feburary 2019. Not that long ago Ben was playing in Youth football , but was given his chance by Colin Lauder the developement squad coach , which shows the clubs commitment & intent to bring through young talent & develope them & progress them.. If you have a young boy or girl who aspires to be Dunsta

Young Lions roar.....

Written by Andrew Madaras,picture by Chris White. The postponement of the First team’s away match at Bedford Town meant that Simon Reilly & Colin Lauder’s Development Team were supported yesterday by a good number of Blues fans eager to cheer on the young guns in this second round tie of the Beds FA Intermediate Cup tie against Cranfield Utd’s reserve side, who had dispensed with Sandy’s senior side a week ago in a 10 – 0 demolition. With Simon unavailable, it meant that Colin Lauder, Val Qoku and Samir, took the reins for the early 2 pm kick off. The presence of Charlie Black, Nathan Mullings and James Lauder in the starting X1 demonstrated the seriousness the management duo were taking thi

Pathway.....

Who was the young hero after yesterday's cup win, His name is Ben Lincoln who is 16 years old and has come through our youth set up which he was playing in the Chiltern youth league a couple of months ago, now he has made the pathway jump from youth to Development well done Ben👍

Roller Coaster Cup tie....

Beds FA Intermediate Challenge Cup Quarter Final, Cranfield United Res 3-3 Dunstable Town Dev,Goals Charlie Black,Sam Afolabi,Nathan Mullins. Our young Lions came through the dreaded penalty shoot out thanks to Nathan Mullins winning penalty but the hero was 16 year old Ben Lincoln who pulled off two wonderful Penalty saves. Match Report to Follow .

We are back in the Quadrant ....

Tomorrow morning from 9am til 12 noon the Dunstable Town FC stall trundles into the Quadrent shopping centre .We have under 18s Youth team player coach Tyler Dunnell with us . So come down & say hello & if you want to talk Adult or Youth Football we are there to listen . You might be a local business wanting to discuss sponsorship or advertising possibilties , again come & talk to us . We are a community based supporters run club & its the local community that must be the life blood of who we are & what we do . See you Saturday morning . Above Tyler Dunnell being Presented young Volunteer of year from the Beds FA. Below Chairman Neil Barker with Community engagement officer Peter Burrows.

Show your support....

With the First team game being called off due to Bedford Town's progress in the FA Trophy, it's a great reason to get over to Cranfield on Saturday and support Colin, Simon and their young Lions.

PATHWAY TO SUCCESS.

For Pathway success and the long term plan of stability & sustainability we have to define short term success also. We also must understand the limitations and then be realistic about where we are, how far we have come and ask are we on the right path? The easiest way to analyse that is based on our game performances and ask are the players progressing? The answer to that is 1million Percent yes. No one hates losing more than me and we slipped to our second 2-1 defeat on the spin and its tough to take. Winning is of course important and every game we absolutely set up to do that home and away. But I also have to be pragmatic and realistic about our situation and take a helicopter view. As

BLUES DENIED BY THE BAR.

Written by Andrew Madaras and photo by Roger Neal. For a second consecutive week, Dunstable Town found themselves on the wrong end of a 2 – 1 score line, in a game they deserved at the very least a share of the points if not all three. Playing in the all- white kit, Tony & Gareth were able to welcome back fit again Alex Taylor to the starting line up and Arel Amu, to the subs’ bench in a side that contained four teenagers and had an average age of only 20. With the Club’s philosophy firmly committed to developing young and talented players, Dunstable knew the game would be another stern test and close examination against a team with a marginally better points per game ratio. There was plent

Dunstable Community Radio interview Neil.

Our chairman Neil Barker was recently interviewed by Dunstable Community Radio about our club .The interview will be on air today Monday 19th of November at 5.30pm . To listen we urge all our players officials & supporters to download Dunstable Community Radio's app & listen to our chairman .

Our Poppy Wreath.

The Club would like to say a big thank you to Vince,Jackie Dunnell for representing the club and laying our Wreath on Sunday. One Club One Family.

Dunstable Town 1-2 Aylesbury United, Goal Daniel Trif 55 mins, Att 158.

Written by Andrew Madaras Pictures by Chris White. To commemorate the bravery and sacrifices of the nation’s fallen and wounded soldiers, Dunstable Town’s Club Photographer, Chris White, organised a delivery of shirts with the name of a local soldier on the back with the words Lest We Forget underneath the player’s number. The FA’s rules on advertising prevented the players wearing them during the game against Aylesbury Utd, but the players wore them during the warm up and during the minute’s silence which saw players from both sides gather in solidarity around the centre circle with members of the Air Cadets & British Legion proudly leading the players out from the tunnel. The sale of the s

Blues fall short.

Dunstable Town 1-2 Aylesbury United. Goal Daniel Trif , Match Report to follow.

Young Lions roar to Victory.

Dunstable Town 4-2 Abbey Rangers Goals from Charlie Black 2, Ehban nancarrow-Martin 2. Charlie Black above and Ehban nancarrow-Martin below.

Three Goals, Three Points, Three Wins:

This may seem a strange way to start a match report, particularly one in which Dunstable Town had gained three valuable points against county neighbours Kempston Rovers, but it would be unsporting not to extend the Club’s huge gratitude to Peterborough Sports FC who facilitated the transfer of 19 year old keeper James Connell in double quick time to enable the Blues to play our 9th goalkeeper of the season. Our thanks also to James Connell who made his way to the Club from over 50 miles away in a taxi to sign the necessary registration papers. James, yesterday, for those of you who were not among the 30 or so Dunstable supporters in a vociferous crowd of 134, played out of his skin and produ

No Reward For Battling Blues.

Dunstable Town’s exit from the Buildbase FA Challenge Trophy at the hands of Bostik League North members Aveley FC, was painful in every sense of the word. The clock had barely moved beyond two minutes past three when Dunstable lost Ethan Lamptey to a heavy challenge. Minutes after that Captain,Arel Amu went down following a challenge and needed extensive treatment before being allowed back on the field of play. News from the treatment room is that Arel will be out injured for the next two to three weeks while Ethan’s injury could take even longer to heal. To make matters worse, goalkeeper Nick Hayes was unable to come out for the second half due to a serious injury which had Blues Manager,

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