Blues through to the next round.

Tuesday night we took on Harefield United in round 1 of the Dudley Latham Premier cup,  where two goals was enough to see off the Hares with Joe Hankins getting both goals. We now take Leverstock Green on in round 2 on the 5th November at Pancake Lane.

Blues on the road.

Tonight see's us travel to Harefield United in the Dudley Latham Premier cup again your support is crucial so get behind the lads. #COYB ONECLUBONEFAMILYDUNSTABLETOWNFC.

Development team.

Our Development team start the defence of their Beds Intermediate Challenge cup on Saturday at Creasey park but the match will be on the 3G pitch please show your support .

Blues lose out in last minute.

Tring Athletic 1-0 Dunstable Town 19th October 2019 Patrick MacKay A last gasp goal from Tring Athletic's Jacob Carter was the only difference between the two sides as Dunstable Town made the short trip to the Grass Roots Stadium on Saturday. After an abject display in a 0-4 loss to Arlesey on Tuesday, the Blues were back playing their flowing brand of football, bolstered by a full debut for Joe Hankins, and with Dan Blackman and captain Seb Smith having returned from injury in midweek. Another debutant was goalkeeper Dan Gould, who started well when he tipped a shot from a Malik Rickman cut back round the post. Dunstable's first chance of note came in the thirteenth minute, when Chris S

Back in the Quadrant

On Tuesday, 22nd October from 9am to 12 noon the Dunstable Town FC stall returns to the Quadrant Shopping Centre. Having been a regular fixture for many many months, it's fair to say we are an established part of the local community and many people have an expectation to see us in the Quadrant on a regular basis. We are proud of our roots being set down within the community . Localism is very important to us. Which is why we want to attract local people of all age groups to come and watch us play. We want local young people joining our ranks within our Youth section, aspiring to go onto our developement squad and then onto our first team. If you like our vision and community based beliefs,

Defeat for the blues.

Dunstable Town 3-4 Newport Pagnell Town 12th October 2019 Report by Patrick MacKay, Pics by Liam Smith. A frantic, seesawing game saw Dunstable Town lose a two goal advantage to second placed Newport Pagnell Town. Dunstable got off to a great start, when a corner led to pinball in the Newport Pagnall penalty area, and Jack Harvey was in the right place at the right time to smash the Blues into an early lead. Newport Pagnell settled well though, and looked to get back into the game with a fifth minute Sam Parrish shot which saw Mackenzie Taylor scrambling across his goal, but ultimately sailed over the crossbar. The visitors again worked Taylor in the fifteenth minute when Jim Burnside s

Development team move up to third.

Words from Development Gaffer Colin Lauder on their recent game . We had a much changed team at the weekend which saw Kieran Ogden, Marlon Burton, Scott Collins and Ashton Fagen in front of the ever reliable Ben Lincoln. Callum Mckay started his first game for the club and joining him in midfield was Scott Fraser, Mr Versatile Tyler Dunnell, our Skipper Russell Wilson and Jamie Traynor, a product from our under 18’s side, our centre forward was Zion Selassie-Yoseph. We arrived at Holmer Green in the need for a much needed 3 points after a disappointing 0 – 0 draw at home to AFC Hayes. I asked the team for a faster start to the game and that’s just what we got. After numerous corners, Russell

Blues on their travels.

After two back to back defeats we head to table toppers Tring Athletic please again show your support to the lads.

Under the lights at Creasey park.

After saturdays close game with Newport we are back under the lights at Creasey park against Arlesey Town,  please again show your support. Saturdays attendance of 155 was fantastic and we would love to get that kind of atmosphere under the lights, your support is crucial. ONECLUBONEFAMILYDUNSTABLETOWN.

Stalemate for the blues.

A game that neither side fully got to grips with was nearly decided in the closing minutes by a dipping long range shot from Jamie Traynor, which ended up inches wide of the upright, and saw the game finish goalless. The Blues started the game brightly, and nearly found themselves ahead from an unlikely source; Goalkeeper Ben Lincoln sent a free kick from his own half towards the Hayes penalty area, and the bounce beat the visiting keeper, but went wide. A minute later saw another chance for Dunstable Town, when a looping Traynor cross was headed wide by Jonathan Osae. AFC Hayes had chances of their own though, and good ones too. The first of which came in the tenth minute when their attacke

Back in the Quadrant.

This Saturday sees the return of Non-League Day, and we at Dunstable Town are offering a morning and afternoon with DTFC. In the morning our stall will be in the Quadrant Shopping Centre from 9am to 12 noon, giving residents and local businesses the chance to speak to us about our club and what we can offer both on and off the field. Then in the afternoon why not embrace Non-League Day and come to Creasey Park to watch Dunstable Town take on Newport Pagnell Town. Kick off is at 3pm. Don't forget, anyone who has a season ticket for any football league club gets half-price entry. So a visit to the Quadrant in the morning, then a trip to watch the Blues in the afternoon, and that's your footie

Non-League day comes to Creasey Park.

After saturdays win against Wembley we take on one of the top teams in Newport Pagnell please come and show your support Gareth and the lads appreciate it.

Young lions under the lights .

After our goalless draw with league leaders Abbey Rangers at home two weeks ago we welcome AFC Hayes to Creasey Park please come and show your support to our Development team. #ONECLUBONEFAMILYDUNSTABLETOWNFC.

Blues back to winning ways.

Dunstable Town 1-0 Wembley 5th October 2019 Written by Patrick MacKay and Pic by Chris White (cupcake 99 football Photography) all on facebook. Dunstable Town manager Gareth Jackson hailed his side's composed and dogged performance, as a Luke Little strike early in the second half gave the Blues all three points. The first half was a tight affair, with chances for both sides within the opening five minutes, Daniel Trif going close for Dunstable, and moments later a Wembley attacker found himself rounding Mackenzie Taylor at speed, before losing both his footing and the ball. Wembley showed their attacking intent in the early stages, but Dunstable looked steady and organised at the back, w

Killer blow for the Town.

Oxhey Jets 3-2 Dunstable Town 28th September 2019 Written by Patrick MacKay. A last-gasp goal from Oxhey Jets' Andy Brennan was the difference in what was a finely balanced contest at the Boundary Stadium on Saturday, when Dunstable Town found themselves on the losing side of a 3-2 scoreline. Things started brightly for the Blues, with Andre Elliot pressuring the home defence in the second minute and winning a corner, which was only partially cleared, and with the Jets' goalkeeper fumbling the ball under pressure from Luke Little, Chris Stapleton was on hand to put the ball into the back of the net, for his 4th goal of the season. Town's bright start almost bore the fruit of a second goal

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