No Reward For Injury Hit Blues

Not quite the walking wounded, but almost. The extent of the problem facing Gareth & Ryan with over a dozen players injured, suspended or unavailable was evident with being able to name only three substitutes. This was a very commendable performance, full of desire, passion and plenty of very pleasing to the eye, pass and move football, Dunstable deserved something from the game but got nothing despite a battling performance. Playing at the superbly equipped Armadilo Stadium the game was played for long periods in driving torrential rain but in good spirit and with both sides looking to keep the ball on the ground. The only goal of the game came after 16 minutes, and against the run of play,

BLUES DENIED 3 POINTS BY LACK OF DISCIPLINE

Dunstable Town left The Recreation Ground frustrated with coming away with only a point following a battling & gutsy and performance which had many positives but also, disappointingly, a loss of discipline which saw red cards for Joe Hankins & Georgeito Mulonda both of whom had been so influential in the game. With Dunstable looking comfortable and playing the better football the descent of the red mist cost us dear. Colney Heath are a well-oiled machine who had looked odds on for promotion last season until the Pandemic enveloped us all. This season they’ve got off to a storming start sitting on top of the table with four wins out of four. Gareth Jackson changed things around and was reward

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Dunstable Town Football Club is a members owned football club that is run by the Club Committee

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