December 2004

Pos
Teams
Pld
W
D
L
F
A
PTs
GD
01
AFC-Wimbledon
21
15
5
1
51
18
50
+33
02
Metropolitan Police
23
13
2
8
45
32
41
+13
03
Walton & Hersham
22
13
2
7
33
21
41
+12
04
Cray Wanderers
23
9
12
2
54
30
39
+24
05
Horsham
22
12
3
7
49
35
39
+14
06
Bromley
22
11
6
5
39
26
39
+13
07
Corinthiam Casuals
22
11
5
6
35
26
38
+9
08
Bashley
22
9
7
6
48
38
34
+10
09
Leatherhead
22
9
7
6
38
35
34
+3
10
Burgess Hill Town
21
10
3
8
37
28
33
+9
11
Tooting & Mitcham
20
8
8
4
94
31
32
+18
12
Croydon Ath
24
8
8
8
44
38
32
+6
13
Whyteleafe
22
9
3
10
32
35
30
-3
14
Hastings Utd
21
8
4
9
33
36
28
-3
15
Molesey
23
8
3
12
26
46
27
-20
16
Dorking
23
5
7
11
29
52
25
-23
17
Dulwich Hamlet
23
5
9
9
38
38
24
-
18
Fleet Town
21
7
2
12
29
49
23
-20
19
Newport IOW
22
5
4
13
26
51
19
-25
20
Banstead Ath
22
4
5
13
28
41
17
-13
21
Ashford Town
21
2
7
12
24
50
13
-26
22
Croydon
23
2
6
15
18
49
12
-32

Friday 31st December 2004
Team News
AFC Wimbledon v Whyteleafe
KO 3.00pm

Mr. Anderson has named the following team for tomorrow's New Year Day match against Whyteleafe

Team : Danny Naisbitt, Paul Smith, Steve Gibson, Ryan Gray, Julian Sills, Antony Howard, Steve Butler, Jay Conroy, Jon-Barrie Bates, Chris Gell, Gavin Bolger, Gareth Graham, Paul Quinn, Rob Ursell, Martin Randall, Richard Butler, Leon McDowall, Andy Frost, Jones Bamfo

Wednesday 29th December 2004
Results
Metropolitan Police 0-2 Bromley


Monday 27th December 2004
Dorking 0-2 AFC Wimbledon

A goal in each half was enough to secure three points in front of a bumper crowd away to Dorking.

The pitch may have been frozen down one wing, but the ref allowed the game to go ahead which was ironic as he spent the next ninety minutes of the match stopping and starting it with his whistle, a Christmas gift by any chance?

After missing a couple of chances mainly from set pieces the Dons could have gone behind after a cross was not punched clear and Dorking put the ball in the back of the net, but fortunately the linesman had raised his flag for offside.

With half an hour gone the Dons finally took the lead, Gareth Graham floated a freekick in from the left wing and Leon McDowall nipped in a the near post and just beat his marker to the ball and guided the ball pass the keeper.

The second goal came on the hour mark again from the left side, Ryan Gray sent in a corner that the Dorking keeper looked to have claimed with ease, but somehow the ball slipped unchallenged through his hands and into the path of Antony Howard who sent a header back across the goal into the back of the net for his first goal for the club and raise some money for the ground fund well done Frankie.

Towards the end of the game the mass of traveling dons fans were to witness a wonderful sight, no not the moon rising slowly over boxhill in the background thought that was pretty good, but the return of the wizard Ursell back injury and almost straight away getting stuck into the game and a Dorking player and then producing an couple of ™ backheels and turns and livening up the final ten minutes.

Finally the ref blow his whistle for the last time and the three more points where added to the Dons total taking us to fifty points and with Horsham losing, Cray getting just a point, the Met police not playing till Wednesday and Walton & Hersham's match being called off the lead at the top increase to nine points with a game in hand, next up is the Return of the Dons as we take on Whyteleafe at Kingsmeadow and welcome back a few ex Dons in Lewis Taylor, Andy Sullivan, Chris Head, Paul Scott, Lee Sidwell and last but not least Danny Oakins.

I'm sure they will get the warm welcome they deserve, but let's hope they experience something very new to them a league defeat at Kingsmeadow.

Team : Danny Naisbitt, Steve Gibson, Ryan Gray, Antony Howard, Steve Butler, Julian Sills, Jon-Barrie Bates, Gareth Graham, Chris Gell, Richard Butler, Leon McDowall

Subs Used : Jay Conroy (70), Gavin Bolger (80), Robert Ursell (80)

Subs Not Used : Paul Smith, Jones Bamfo

Goalscorers : Leon McDowall (34), Antony Howard (58)

Goals Against : N/A

Attendance : 2,536

Monday 27th December 2004
Results
Banstead Athletic 2-1 Corinthian Casuals
Bashley 2-2 Newport IOW
Cray Wanderers 1-1 Dulwich Hamlet
Croydon Athletic 1-1 Croydon
Dorking 0-2 AFC Wimbledon
Horsham 1-2 Burgess Hill Town
Ashford Town P-P Hastings United
Fleet Town P-P Leatherhead
Walton & Hersham P-P Molesey
Whyteleafe P-P Tooting & Mitcham


Saturday 18th December 2004
AFC Wimbledon 2-2 Croydon Athletic

The Dons started brightly and took the lead with a string of seven or a eight passes before Chris Gell surged towards the bye line before sliding the ball to Richard Butler who was unmarked just two or three yards out from goal for a simple tap after just seven minutes.

The Dons had total controlled the game for the first twenty five minutes, but was again a mistake at the back let Croydon A's back into the game a long ball up the pitch sailed unchallenged over Antony Howard after a call of 'keeper' only to find that Danny had not come out far enough to collect the ball and Barry Stevens nipped in between them both and poked the ball pass Danny and everyone watched as the ball slowly rolled into the bottom right corner of the net.

Then it started to get a bit dirty as both sets of players seem be going just that little bit late into challenges with Martin Randall and Croydon A's Leon Johnson have their own little battle's off the ball for the rest of the half.

This was not help when on the half hour mark Martin Randall was heading toward the box only to be taken down high from the side by James Gibson who received a yellow card.

Croydon Athletic seem to have the upper hand towards the end of the half and on thirty eight minutes produces a move of four simple passes that took them from the halfway line to the edge of the box where John Fowler hit a fine shot low and across the face of the goal pass the outstretched Danny and two one up.

Wes Goggin's replaced Martin Randall at half either because of the earlier challenge.

The Dons once again came out for the second forty five minutes a completely different team, they where unable to string more than a couple of pass together and by the end of the match reverting to long balls up the field only to see the Croydon A's tall central defenders send the ball back and they always looked dangerous on the break.

Leon McDowall came on with sixty six minutes gone and the Dons finally started to hassle the Ram's defence and with seven minutes left a long ball up field eventfully paid off as the ball bounces awkwardly between Richard Butler and the Ram's defenders, Richard went to ground and it looked like his arm shoulder knocked the ball into the path of Leon on the penalty spot and he sent a cheeky lob over the approaching keeper and dropped over the line and into the back of the net to level the score.

With ninety minutes up the Rams had a string of three consecutive corners that probably left quite a few jagged nail's on the two thousand, seven hundred odd Dons and thankfully the ref finally blow his whistle for full time and with results elsewhere going our way that one point saw us extended our lead at the top of the table, but only just.

Team : Danny Naisbitt, Steve Gibson, Ryan Gray, Antony Howard, Steve Butler, Julian Sills, Gareth Graham, Chris Gell, Richard Butler, Martin Randall (sub 46) ,Gary Prigent (sub 66)

Subs Used :Leon McDowall (sub 66) ,Wes Goggin (sub 46)

Subs Not Used : Jay Conroy,Paul Smith, Gavin Bolger

Goalscorers : Richard Butler (7), Leon McDowall (83)

Goals Against : Barry Stevens (26), John Fowler (38)

Attendance : 2,731

Saturday 18th December 2004
Results

AFC Wimbledon 2 v 2 Croydon Athletic
Bromley 3 v 0 Ashford Town
Burgess Hill Town 1 v 0 Walton & Hersham
Corinthian Casuals 2 v 1 Bashley
Croydon 1 v 3 Whyteleafe
Dulwich Hamlet 1 v 1 Dorking
Hastings United 2 v 1 Banstead Athletic
Leatherhead 0 v 0 Cray Wanderers
Molesey 1 v 3 Fleet Town
Newport IOW 2 v 3 Horsham
Tooting & Mitcham 3 v 2 Metropolitan Police

Friday 17th December 2004
Team News
AFC Wimbledon v Croydon Athletic
KO 3.00pm

Mr. Anderson has named the following team for tomorrow's home league match against Croydon Athletic.

Team : Danny Naisbitt, Paul Smith, Jay Conroy, Steve Butler, Antony Howard, Julian Sills, Steve Gibson, Ryan Gray, Wes Goggin, Jon-Barrie Bates, Gareth Graham, Gavin Bolger, Chris Gell, Gary Prigent, Martin Randall, Richard Butler, Leon MacDowall.


Tuesday 14th December 2004
AFC Wimbledon 4-1 Chessington Utd

Garry Prigent notched up his fifth goal in three games with a simple tap in under the keeper after captain for the day Martin Randall laid the ball into his path in the six yard box after on eight minutes.

Then with twenty four minutes gone Gavin Bolger sent a lofted ball from one side of the pitch to the other and found the spot Steve Gibson had raced into and with one touch Gibbo set the ball between the keeper and the post to make it two nil.

The flood gates should have opened at this point if this was the same Chessington side we had hit eight pass last year in the CCL, but they had a complete different set of players and despite there low league status in this years CCL they showed some fight and similar to the second goal against Cray Andre McCollin broke fast down the wing and went into the box unchallenged for a one on one with Paul Smith (who had starting for the Dons in goal) and hit the ball low into the bottom corner two one.

Thankfully that was one of their only attacks on goal and like the Ashford game the Dons controlled the second half with ease and with ten minutes left in the game a corner from the JS-AE corner found Leon McDowall unmarked in the box who headed the ball down and goalward to make it three and with the clock running out Ryan Gray raced over the halfway line before despatching and lovely through ball to Garry Prigent on the right, who then drew the keeper towards him before pass the ball back into the centre of the box where Martin Randall side footed the ball into the top of the net and secure a home draw against Kingstonians in the next round.

Team : Paul Smith, Steve Gibson (sub 55), Wes Goggin (sub 74), Jay Conroy, Steve Butler, Julian Sills, Gavin Bolger, Jon-Barrie Bates, Leon McDowall, Martin Randall, Gary Prigent

Subs Used : Ryan Gray (sub 74) , Antony Howard (sub 55)

Subs Not Used : Gareth Graham, Danny Naisbitt, Richard Butler

Goalscorers : Gary Prigent (8), Steve Gibson (24), Leon McDowall (79), Martin Randall (90)

Goals Against : Andre McCollin (33)

Attendance : 833

Tuesday 14th December 2004
Results

Bashley 2-2 Hastings United
Bromley 2-0 Fleet Town
Metropolitan Police 4-3 Horsham
Walton & Hersham 3-4 Cray Wanderers

Tuesday 14th December 2004
Team News
AFC Wimbledon v Chessington Utd
KO 7.45pm

Mr. Anderson has named the following strong team for tonight's visit of Chessington United in the Surrey Senior Cup.

Team : Danny Naisbitt, Paul Smith, Steve Gibson, Wes Goggin, Ryan Gray, Steve Butler, Antony Howard, Jay Conroy, Paul Quinn, Julian Sills, Gavin Bolger, Gareth Graham, Jon-Barrie Bates, Gary Prigent, Joe Sheerin, Martin Randall, Richard Butler, Leon McDowall, Joe Hill.

Admission prices will be £6 for adults and £2 for concessions and under-16s, this includes a four page programme, there will be no charge for upgrading, i.e. the admission charge is valid for both terraces and seats (with the exception of the Directors’ Box and the Press Box)

Sunday 12th November 2004
Team News
AFC Wimbledon Ladies 4-0 Watford Ladies

Team : Lou Cooper, Lizzie Laws, Keisha Ramos, Natalie Barette, Michelle Riley, Maria Bertelli, Carly Hunt, Laura Smith, Beth Sims, Gemma Hunt, Andrea McGrady

Subs Used : Danielle Rebelo

Not Used : Julie Bygrave , Lauren Nuttall

Goalscorers : Laura Smith (32), Gemma Hunt (60), Keisha Ramos (67), Danielle Rebelo (79)


Saturday 11th December 2004
Ashford Town 1-4 AFC Wimbledon

Just like in the opening game of the season the Dons went behind against Ashford, the Dons just could not get going against a well organised Ashford midfield and defence and Ashford had by far the better of the 1st half and went in with a well deserved one goal lead, the goal game from a corner and was help on at the near post into the crowded box and only the Ashford players were awake to the loose ball to knock it into an empty net.

Not for the first time this season the team that came out in the second half played the other team off the pitch, the equalising goal came after just three minutes, a Danny Naisbitt goalkick up to the half way line was helped on by Martin Randall who had out jumped his marker too Gary Prigent who then ran at the Ashford defenders before laying on a one two with Martin Randall who had moved into an open position on his left, Randalls pass back split the defence and Garry Prigent had only the keeper to beat which he did by hitting the ball low and under him.

Richard Butler scored the second after Martin Randall had again flicked on a header this time into the box, Richard held off his marker and slipped the ball low into the left corner of the net two one Dons.

On the hour mark Gary Prigent was brought down in the box and Martin Randall rammed the penalty high into the top of the net to make it three one and kill off any chance of a Ashford revival, not that the was much chance of that when the Dons are playing like this.

Ashford did make a spirited attempt to get back into the game, but Danny Naisbitt was on hand each time and it was his punched clearance from an Ashford freekick that eventually sent Richard Butlers racing from the halfway line with the ball toward goal before being bundled over on the edge of the box for a freekick to the Dons.

Gary Prigent took the freekick and hit it low round the wall and into the bottom left corner of the net to score his second goal double in successive matches and with ninety minutes gone secure three well earned points away from home.

Team : Danny Naisbitt, Steve Gibson, Wes Goggin, Michael Woolner,Julian Sills, Jay Conroy, Gareth Graham, Chris Gell, Richard Butler, Martin Randall, Gary Prigent

Subs Used : Gavin Bolger, Leon McDowall, Antony Howard

Subs Not Used : Paul Smith

Goalscorers : Gary Prigent (48,90), Richard Butler (55), Martin Randall (60pen)

Goals Against : Paul Jones (22)

Attendance : 1,057

Saturday 11th December 2004
Fixtures

Ashford Town 1-4 AFC Wimbledon
Banstead Athletic 1-2 Dulwich Hamlet
Bashley 4-0 Croydon
Cray Wanderers 1-1 Burgess Hill Town
Croydon Athletic 3-1 Newport IOW
Dorking 0-3 Corinthian Casuals
Fleet Town 3-2 Hastings United
Horsham 0-4 Bromley
Metropolitan Police 3-1 Molesey
Walton & Hersham 2-1 Tooting & Mitcham
Whyteleafe 3-2 Leatherhead

Friday 10th December 2004
Team News
Ashford Town v AFC Wimbledon
KO 3.00pm

Mr. Anderson has named the following team for tomorrow's league match in the reverse fixture of our opening fixture if the season away to Ashford Town.

Team : Danny Naisbitt, Paul Smith, Steve Gibson, Antony Howard, Jay Conroy, Julian Sills, Steve Butler, Micky Woolner, Ryan Gray, Chris Gell, Gavin Bolger, Gareth Graham, Wes Goggin, Richard Butler, Joe Sheerin, Martin Randall, Leon MacDowall, Gary Prigent.

For some comment's from Mr.Anderson on this game and and the game against Molesey click here to vist the OS.


Tuesday 7th December 2004
AFC Wimbledon 4-0 Molesey

The Dons bounced back from the defeat against Cray with style with a four nil drumming of Molesey.

Molesey brought some vocal support and the Westbank had the chance to practice some friendly banter with away supporters for a change which made for a good atmosphere from the start and it didn't take long for the Dons to open the scoring, Joe Sheerin brought the ball down with his chest and then passed the ball infield to Martin Randell, who held off a couple of players before back heeling the ball into the path of Gary Prigent to drill the ball pass the keeper from eight yard out.

With the Dons putting the Molesey defence under a lot of pressure it was surprising that a second goal didn't arrive in the first half.

Molesey started better in the second half and gave Danny a couple of scares early on, but on fifty minutes a Gareth Graham corner was meet in the centre of the six yard box by the head of Ryan Gray but his header went backward towards the far end of the six yard box where Gary Prigent sent a looping head back across goal and dipping into the back of the net for his and the Dons second of the night.

Richard Butler scored the third after a long ball up field was helped on by a Molesey players head into his path, Richard brought the ball down on his chest and with his next touch slotted the ball pass the out coming keeper three nil.

The forth goal came with three minutes left Ryan Gray sent a perfectly weighted ball down the flank to Richard Butler, who took it inside his marker and hit a low cross into the box to Martin Randall who was tackled from behind before he could shoot, the loose ball few back to Richard Butler, he turned another marker by dragging the ball through his legs and chipped the ball neatly over the diving keeper.

One down seventy eight to go and three more points.

Team : Danny Naisbitt, Steve Gibson (68) , Ryan Gray, Michael Woolner, Antony Howard, Julian Sills, Gary Prigent (70), Gareth Graham, Martin Randall, Joe Sheerin (39) , Chris Gell

Subs Used : Richard Butler (39), Gavin Bolger (70), Jay Conroy (68)

Subs Not Used : Paul Smith, Wes Goggin

Goalscorers : Gary Prigent (8,50), Richard Butler (70,87)

Goals Against : N/A

Attendance : 2,328

Tuesday 7th December 2004
Results

AFC Wimbledon 4-0 Molesey
Bromley 1-1 Croydon Athletic
Corinthian-Casuals 2-3 Leatherhead

Tuesday 7th December 2004
Team News
AFC Wimbledon v Molesey
KO 7.45pm

Mr. Anderson has named the following team for tonight's match at home to Molesey.

Team : Danny Naisbitt, Paul Smith, Steve Gibson, Antony Howard, Jay Conroy, Julian Sills, Steve Butler, Micky Woolner, Ryan Gray, Chris Gell, Gavin Bolger, Gareth Graham, Wes Goggin, Jon-Barrie Bates, Richard Butler, Joe Sheerin, Martin Randall, Leon MacDowall, Gary Prigent.

Bad news on the injury front with Matt Everard out of action for the next four to nine months with a 25-50% tear of his ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) on his left knee and Rob Ursell will also be sidelined for between four to six weeks having fractured of his right big toe during his trial for Chester.

Monday 6th December 2004
WFACup 4th Round

The Ladies have been rewarded with an away tie in the 4th round of the Womans FACup and will face the holders Arsenal on the 9th January 2005.

Sunday 5th December 2004
WFA Cup 3rd Round
AFC Wimbledon Ladies 2-0 Norwich Ladies

Team : Lou Cooper, Lizzie Laws, Keisha Ramos, Rachael Axon (69), Michelle Riley, Maria Bertelli, Carly Hunt, Laura Smith, Beth Sims (69), Gemma Hunt, Andrea McGrady (88)

Subs Used : Danielle Rebelo (69), Natalie Barrete (69), Julie Bygrave (88)

Subs Not Used : Lauren Nuttall

Goalscorers : Laura Smith (43), Andy McGrady (87)

Goals Against : N/A


Saturday 4th December 2004
Cray Wanderers 2-0 AFC Wimbledon

First goal, first semi-final, first abandoned match and going one better than St. Blazes record these all happened at Bromley, so it was fitting that the run of seventy eight games unbeaten run was finally set in stone with our 1st defeat in the league since the 21st of February 2002.

The game got underway with the Dons starting badly and with Cray putting Danny Naisbitt under some early pressure, then it went from bad to worst within two minutes off the kick off.

Cray broke quickly and a low ball in from the just outside the corner of the box bounced in front of the Danny as he dived for the ball and over his body, he did managed to touch the ball with an outstretched hand and push the ball onto the post only to see it bounce back into the path of Crays James Miller, who just managed to get a foot to it and hit the ball into the back of the net.

The Dons finally settled into the game and started creating chance after chance, Martin Randall went close on three or four occasions, Ryan Gray had a freekick from outside the box tipped onto the post by the keeper, in another attack Ginge sent in a high ball into the box that Joe Sheerin did well to get his head to but the ball looped over the bar.

Cray's second goal came on seventy minutes Sammy Wood picked up the ball in his own half, then went on a run down the wing, evaded a tackle by Michael Woolner and then out sprinter him into the box, before drilling the ball across goal pass Danny Naisbitt and into the opposite corner of the net two nil.

Despite being two down the Dons kept going and had a few more headers go just over, but it was to be one of those days and Cray finally where given the honour of being the 1st team to beat us in a league match in over twenty one months.

Team : Danny Naisbitt, Michael Woolner, Ryan Gray, Jay Conroy (74), Julian Sills (87), Antony Howard, Gareth Graham, Wes Goggin, Joe Sheerin, Martin Randall, Gavin Bolger (71)

Subs Used : Steve Butler (87), Gary Prigent (71), Richard Butler (74)

Subs Not Used : Paul Smith, Jon-Barrie Bates

Goalscorers : N/A

Goals Against : James Miller (2) and Sammy Wood (70)

Attendance : 1,082

Saturday 4th December
Results

Banstead Athletic 0-3 Bashley
Burgess Hill Town 1-2 Croydon Athletic
Cray Wanderers 2-0 AFC Wimbledon
Croydon 1-2 Newport IoW
Dulwich Hamlet 0-1 Bromley
Horsham 2-1 Fleet Town
Leatherhead 5-1 Hastings United
Metropolitan Police 3-2 Ashford Town
Molesey 1-0 Corint hian Casuals
Tooting & Mitcham Utd 4-2 Dorking
Whyteleafe 0-1 Walton & Hersham

Friday 3rd December 2004
Team News
Cray Wanderers v AFC Wimbledon
KO 3.00pm

Mr. Anderson has named the following team for tomorrow's match away to Cray.

One player unavailable is Chris Gell who will be suspended for one league game after accumulating five yellow cards, but with injury problems all over the pitch Mr. Anderson could be forced to field a team that is not total fit against an in form Crays side.

Team : Danny Naisbitt, Paul Smith, Steve Gibson, Steve Butler, Micky Woolner, Jay Conroy, Antony Howard, Ryan Gray, Wes Goggin, Paul Quinn, Gareth Graham, Gavin Bolger, Rob Ursell, Joe Paris, Jon-Barrie Bates, Joe Hill, Richard Butler, Joe Sheerin, Martin Randall, Leon McDowall.

Cray Wanderers, play at Bromley's Hayes Lane and as usual parking will be a problem, parking in the ground will be limited to pass holders only.

Friday 3rd December 2004
Live Music Night at Kingsmeadow
Tonight see's the first band night at the ground featuring groups Everstrong & Fast Lane Roogalator with doors opening at 8pm and the first band on stage at 9pm.

Wednesday 1st December 2004
Next round opponents announced

AFC Wimbledon have been drawn away to Dover Athletic in the third round of the Bryco Cup.

The tie is due to take place on Monday 3 January with a 3 pm kick-off.

This will be confirmed, along with details of travel arrangements, as soon as possible.

This will be the second time the Dons have faced Dover in the cup this season, with the Dons winning the 1st game in the 1QR of the FAC back in September one nil thanks to a Richard Bulter goal.

I'm sure Dover are once again looking forward to us visiting their ground and not just for the chance of revenge, but also for some much need revenue, lets hope their still around to play.

Wednesday 1st December 2004
Busy night at the Ground

Mr.Anderson will take part in a Q&A session tonight which will start about 7.30pm.

Tickets will also be on sales for the band night (Tickets are £5 each) and Christmas party (priced £10 per head inc buffet) along with the shop being open between 7.00pm and 9.00pm.

Season Ticket 2004/2005
Main Stand
Basic Price Optional Donation Total
Adult £200 £50 £250
Concessions (Full Time Students, Over-60s & unemployed)
£100 £100
Under 16 £35 £35
Terrace
Basic Price Optional Donation Total
Adult £150 £50 £200
Concessions (Full Time Students, Over-60s & unemployed)
£75 £75
Under-16 £25 £25
Presidents Lounge
Basic Price Optional Donation Total
Adults £550 £50 £600
Blocks A,B,C and J are no-Smoking areas.

Block K is for Under-16s and their adult family or friends. We will sell tickets in this area to unaccompanied under-16s, but not to unaccompanied adults. This block will also be a no-smoking area.

No New applications will be accepted for seats in Block A.

Main Stand and President Lounge applications are being accepted on the following timetable:

1) Current ST holders have until 31 May to apply for same seat.
2) If you are a current ST holder and wish to move seats, please apply before May 31 indicating both your current seat and your new seat preference . This will ensure that your current seats are not lost if the attempt to move is unsuccessful. We will contact you after 31 May to discuss your seat for next season.

Please note that the vast majority of seats in Central area of the stand (blocks H and G and the seats in the president's Lounge block) are currently held by season ticket holders and we expect almost all of these people to renew.

3) New ST Applications will be accepted and allocated from the seats available after dealing with all renewals and current ST holders wanting to move. You may post your application now if you wish , although all applications received on or before 1st June will be treated as having been received on that date.

Season Ticket Books will be sent out 1st Week Of August.

Concessionary Prices Full Time Students:

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