Battling performance from the blues.

Dunstable Town 2-1 Edgware Town 21st September 2019 Written by Patrick MacKay and Pictures by Chris white. Dunstable Town made it back-to-back wins on Saturday, coming out on top after a well-contested game with Edgware Town. Edgware took control in the early stages of the game, having more possession and territory than the home side, and created the first opening of the game too, with striker Mikkel James chasing a through ball, but Dunstable 'keeper Mackenzie Taylor read the situation well, and beat James to the ball. The Blues soon found their rhythm though, and were knocking on the door, without carving out any clear-cut opportunities. Kachi Njoku looked dangerous going forward, using

Quick turn around for the young lions.

Our development team are on the road after Thursdays 0-0 draw with league leaders Abbey Rangers, They take on Eversley & California FC. Post code RG27 0NS ( Off Bob Schofield way, Fox lane,Eversley Cross, Hook.

On the road.

If you are on the road and want to follow our young Lions please see info below. #COYB

Back home.

After last weeks win away from home we are back at Creasey park where we take on Edgware Town please get down and show your support and keep the ground rocking your support is needed. #COYB

Blues back to winning ways.

Potton United 0-2 Dunstable Town 14th September 2019 Written by Patrick MacKay,Pictures by Steve Lewington. With four weeks having passed since their previous league outing, Dunstable Town returned to SSML Premier Division action with a convincing win against Potton United. The opening stages of the game saw neither side get a real grip on the game, with no clear chances created, until Potton's former-Blue Nathan Mullings had two shots in two minutes just before the quarter-hour. The first was dragged low and wide of the left post of Mackenzie Taylor's goal, the second was put over the bar. From early on, it was clear that Mullings and teammate Kieran Hamilton were the men to watch for

Towns fight back in vain as Stortford hold on.

Dunstable Town 3-5 Bishop's Stortford 7th September 2019 Written by Patrick MacKay and Pictures taken by Chris White. Despite a storming second half, Dunstable Town's FA Cup run was ended by Bishop's Stortford, of the Isthmian League Premier Division. Underdogs from the beginning, Dunstable started confidently, playing neat football and showing they would not be cowed by their higher-ranked opposition. But with twelve minutes played, a defensive mix-up allowed Jamie Cureton a one-on-one with Mackenzie Taylor, and with over a thousand games to his name, it's safe to say Cureton knows how to score a goal. One-nil to the visitors. Bishop's Stortford naturally tried to extend their lead from t

Back in the Quadrant.

Dunstable Town's run in the FA Cup ended on Saturday. Having won the two previous rounds, the club has earned some prize money, which allows the club to breathe easier financially. However, resources do not last forever, and a club of our size must always be looking for additional revenue streams, as indeed do most clubs. If you are an individual or a business and would like to support your local football team, we will have a team of people on our stall in the Quadrant this Saturday, 14th September from 9am til 12 noon, and we are happy to go for a coffee to discuss matters further. Be it advertising or sponsorship, or you may even see the merits of investing in a local supporters run cl

Promotion and Relegation

Over the past few seasons, the numbers of teams going up and down from each non-league division have varied drastically. It’s left non-league fans scratching their heads and reaching for their calculators from about January onwards to try and work out the possible fate of their local sides. A league position that meant promotion or safety the season before, could well equate to something completely different the following year. Last season culminated in a farcical playoff system at Step 4 which saw only some of the playoff winners actually being promoted. The five 'best' playoff champions from across the seven equivalent leagues were chosen using a 'points per game ratio'. This meant clubs w

Back in the Quadrant.

This Saturday, 7th of September from 9am till 12 noon, the Dunstable Town FC stall will be in the Quadrant Shopping Centre. We pride ourselves on engaging with local people and letting them know that we are very much part of the community, and that local football is important as it allows young people a pathway to develop both as players and as people. We want to encourage more young people to join us. So come down on Saturday morning and see us. In the afternoon our 1st team take on Bishop's Stortford in the FA Cup, and whilst we are the underdogs, I know Gareth and Ryan will have done their homework on our opponents and will be plotting a giant killing. We would welcome local people to co

Blues go down to Hayes.

AFC Hayes 3-1 Dunstable Town 31st August 2019 Written by Patrick MacKay and  Picture by Liam smith. A fiery, aggressive game saw Dunstable Town eliminated from the FA Vase on Saturday, despite Luke Little giving his side the lead within the first minute. An early cross was whipped into the box, and the Hayes defender headed straight into the path of Little, who coolly finished from eight yards out. The early goal didn't quite set the tone for the game though, as AFC Hayes responded well to going behind, attacking particularly down the left, but Davide Pobbe and Dalitso Chibwe were supplementing their defence well, and ensured the endeavours of the hosts were fruitless. With ten minutes p

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