February 2005

ISTHMIAN LEAGUE DIVISION ONE
Pos
Teams
Pld
W
D
L
F
A
PTs
GD
01
AFC-Wimbledon
32
21
9
2
67
25
72
+42
02
Horsham
32
19
4
9
72
47
61
+25
03
Walton & Hersham
30
18
3
9
43
27
57
+16
04
Tooting & Mitcham
31
15
11
5
74
46
56
+28
05
Metropolitan Police
32
16
6
10
56
41
54
+15
06
Leatherhead
32
14
11
7
55
45
53
+10
07
Cray Wanderers
32
12
16
4
71
43
52
+28
08
Burgess Hill Town
32
16
4
12
59
43
52
+16
09
Bromley
32
14
8
10
49
40
50
+8
10
Whyteleafe
31
15
5
11
49
45
50
+4
11
Hastings Utd
32
14
7
11
49
47
49
+2
12
Corinthiam Casuals
32
13
7
12
48
46
46
+2
13
Bashley
30
11
9
10
61
57
42
+4
14
Croydon Ath
31
10
11
10
53
50
41
+3
15
Dulwich Hamlet
31
8
10
13
48
48
34
-
16
Molesey
32
9
4
19
34
59
31
-25
17
Dorking
30
7
9
14
37
64
30
-27
18
Fleet Town
32
9
2
21
38
67
29
-29
19
Banstead Ath
32
7
7
18
36
54
28
-18
20
Newport IOW
32
7
7
18
35
67
28
-32
21
Ashford Town
31
4
9
17
33
67
22
-34
22
Croydon
32
4
8
20
27
65
20
-38


Sunday 27th February 2005
Team News
Cardiff Ladies 2-0 AFC Wimbledon Ladies

Team : Louise Cooper, Lizzie Laws, Rachael Axon, Michelle Riley, Carly Hunt , Maria Bertelli, Laura Smith, Keisha Ramos, Gemma Hunt (33), Andrea McGrady, Beth Sims

Subs Used : Danielle Rebelo (33)

Not Used : Natalie Barette

Goals Against : (7), (20)

Pictures

Also well done to all the AFCW Ladies for the hard work put into organising the Valentine's Ball last Friday, not only was it a good night out, but over £4k was raised for the Princess Alice Hospice, Cancer Research and the AFC Wimbledon Stadium Fund.

Special well done to Louise & Andrea.


Saturday 26th February 2005
AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Corinthian Casuals

In a game that the Dons dominated from start to finish it was a single mistake that resulted in a single point rather than all three.

The Dons playing some good flowing football were passing the ball around well and creating plenty of chances, but nothing would cross the line, thanks to some good stops from the Casuals keeper.

On twenty seven minutes after a game of head tennis in the box, the ball was headed in the direction of the Richard Butler at the far post who sent the ball goalward to give a well earn leaded.

In the second half Richard Butler was racing through with a clear path on goal and was bowled over just on the edge of the box and the ref just waved play on, then later on Richard was again racing down the side and headed into the box where he was again bundled over, this time the ref blow his whistle and issued a yellow card to Butler to the astonishment of all around him, to make matters worse two minutes later Richard was again heading towards goal but this time with some Cor-Casual players in front of him able to block his path to goal was again brought down and the ref show no level of constancy and award a free kick to the Dons, go figure.

With ten minutes left a low ball with hardly and pace was hit across the Dons goal and as all around stared at the ball Mark Simmons was able from close range to tap the ball into the net.

One all, luckily results elsewhere meant that the lead at the top was in act increased by one point as Horsham lost their match and W&H drew theirs.

Team : Paul Smith, Gavin Bolger, Michael Woolner, Antony Howard, Mark Cooper, Steve Butler, Robert Ursell, Chris Gell, Richard Butler,Andrew Martin (87), Andy Frost (78)

Subs Used : Leon McDowall (87), Mark Jones (78)

Subs Not Used : Jon-Barrie Bates, Danny Naisbitt, Martin Randall,

Goalscorers : Richard Butler (27)

Goals Against : Mark Simmons (81)

Attendance : 2,680

Saturday 26th February 2005
AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Corinthian Casuals
Ashford Town 2-2 Cray Wanderers
Bromley 4-3 Croydon
Burgess Hill Town 1-1 Banstead Athletic
Dorking 2-2 Newport IOW
Fleet Town 0-1 Croydon Athletic
Horsham 1-2 Hastings United
Metropolitan Police 1-1 Bashley
Tooting & Mitcham 4-2 Molesey
Walton & Hersham 1-1 Leatherhead
Whyteleafe P-P Dulwich Hamlet

Friday 25th February 2005
Team News
AFC Wimbledon v Corinthian Casuals KO 3.00pm Weather Permitting

Mr. Anderson has named the following players for tomorrow's home league match against Corinthian Casuals.

Team : Danny Naisbitt, Paul Smith, Steve Gibson, Mark Cooper, Antony Howard, Steve Butler, Mark Jones, Ryan Gray, Chris Gell, Jon-Barrie Bates, Gareth Graham, Gavin Bolger, Rob Ursell, Martin Randall, Andy Frost, Joe Sheerin, Richard Butler, Leon McDowall, Andrew Martin.

Steve Butler, Mark Cooper and Mark Jones will all have fitness tests.

Friday 25th February 2005
Give & Go Too KO 7.30pm

Tonight see's the second Give & Go gig at Kingsmeadow the headliners are The Ghears, who supported Snow Patrol on their UK tour last year, and the support is Iain Archer, ex-Snow Patrol guitarist.

The Ghears www.ghears.co.uk, Iain Archer www.iainarcher.com

Entrance will cost just £6, doors open at 7.30pm, first band on at 8.30pm

Also don't forget that after the match* & MOM presentation tomorrow, Everstrong (from G&G1) will be performing a short but sweet set.

* Weather permitting.

Wednesday 23rd February 2005
Croydon Athletic off Walton & Hersham


Tuesday 22nd February 2005
Slough Town 4-2 AFC Wimbledon

Probable the least said about this game the better, it looked so good at half time two nil up, the 1st goal came from a corner after only eight minute Rob Ursell curled the ball into the box and as the keeper went to catch the ball unchallenged he managed to scoop the ball into the back of the net for an own goal.

The Dons second came from another corner this time from the other side Mark Jones sent the ball across which Slough cleared and Rob Ursell sent the ball looping over to the far side where Mark Cooper rose and for the second match running sent the ball goalward and with no Andrew Martin at the game the ball sailed in the small gap between the keeper and the post.

It took Slough less than six minutes to draw level after the break the 1st goal after a minute and then five minutes later the Dons defenders allowed Carbon to walk though them again to score his second and level the score.

After that it was all one way and every Slough attack looked likely to result in a goal as they sliced through the Dons with ease, but the third goal didn't come until twenty minutes later when Carbon was brought down in the box the ref awarded a penalty which Glen Harris calmly slotted pass Paul Smith in goal.

The second half rout was finish off five minutes later when Matt Seedel rounded Mark Cooper and fired home a shot pass Paul Smith to send the Dons crashing out of the Bryco Cup for this year.

Team : Paul Smith, Antony Howard, Mark Jones ( 56), Chris Gell, Mark Cooper, Steve Gibson, Robert Ursell (56), Jon-Barrie Bates, Richard Butler, Leon McDowall, Gavin Bolger

Subs Used : Ryan Gray (56), Michael Woolner (56)

Subs Not Used : Danny Naisbitt, Joe Sheerin, Martin Randall

Goalscorers : Shaun Allaway (8og) , Mark Cooper (26)

Goals Against : Josias Carbon (46, 51), Glen Harris (71), Matt Seedel (76)

Attendance : 564

Tuesday 22nd February 2005
Team News
Slough Town v AFC Wimbledon KO 7.45pm

Mr Anderson has named the following team for tonight's cup match against Slough Town

Team : Danny Naisbitt, Paul Smith, Steve Gibson, Mark Cooper, Antony Howard, Steve Butler, Mark Jones, Ryan Gray, Chris Gell, Jon-Barrie Bates, Gareth Graham, Gavin Bolger, Rob Ursell, Martin Randall, Andy Frost, Joe Sheerin, Richard Butler, Leon McDowall.

Slough Town Groundshare with Windsor & Eton


Saturday 19th February 2005
Hastings United 1-1 AFC Wimbledon

The Dons came from behind to grab a share of the points.

Paul Smith was called into action from the kick off as Hastings won a string of corners one after the other in the 1st minutes.

The Dons should have had a penalty with about fifteen minutes gone when Leon McDowall was brought down in the box only for the ref to wave play on, moments later the Dons had another chance as Andrew Martin was fouled just outside the box and the Rob Ursell freekick was tipped round the bar by the keeper.

On twenty nine minutes Hastings no nine looked to have got in between Mark Cooper and Anthony Howard on the edge of the box, but then went down after the slightest of touches on the shoulder by Howard went down for a freekick.

Paul Smith set the wall up and Hastings no eight looked to be lining up the ball for a hard whack, then the ref decided to adjust the position of the ball a yard to the right and as Smith and the wall adjusted themselves for the new location Hastings no eleven curled the ball round the outside of the wall and into the top corner of the net, just out of Smiths reach.

The second half saw almost one way traffic as the Dons surged forward looking for an equalising goal, Ryan Gray who came on for Mark Jones on the house took a freekick from almost the same spot that Hastings had scored from and his curling shot looked to be heading into the same corner until a last minute deflected header sent the ball out fro a corner.

From the corner Ryan Gray sent the ball over to the back post where Mark Cooper rose above the Hastings players and sent the ball back across goal heading into the near side of the net where two Hastings players looked ready to stop it crossing the line, but as the ball sailed towards them Andrew Martin by some miracle had managed to get his in the path of the ball and send the ball over their heads and into the back of the net.

Some late chances from both teams fell short and in the end a draw was a fair result.

Team : Paul Smith, Antony Howard, Mark Jones (60), Leon McDowall, Steve Gibson, Mark Cooper, Robert Ursell (86), Chris Gell, Andrew Martin, Jon-Barrie Bates, Gavin Bolger

Subs Used : Andy Frost (sub 86), Ryan Gray (sub 60)

Subs Not Used : Danny Naisbitt, Joe Sheerin, Martin Randall

Goalscorers : Andrew Martin (73)

Goals Against : Marcus Sawyerr (29)

Attendance : 1,834

Saturday 19th February 2005
Banstead Athletic 1-3 Whyteleafe
Bashley 1-2 Dorking
Corinthian -Casuals 0-1 Walton & Hersham
Cray Wanderers 3-2 Fleet Town
Croydon 1-2 Burgess Hill Town
Croydon Athletic 2-1 Metropolitan Police
Dulwich Hamlet 0-1 Tooting & Mitcham
Hastings United 1-1 AFC Wimbledon
Leatherhead 0-1 Horsham
Molesey 3- 0 Ashford Town
Newport IOW 1-1 Bromley

Friday 18th February 2005
Team News
Hastings United v AFC Wimbledon KO 3.00pm

Mr Anderson has named the following team for tomorrow's invasion of Hastings.

Team : Danny Naisbitt, Paul Smith, Steve Gibson, Mark Cooper, Antony Howard, Steve Butler, Mark Jones, Ryan Gray, Chris Gell, Jon-Barrie Bates, Gareth Graham, Gavin Bolger, Rob Ursell, Martin Randall, Andy Frost, Gary Prigent, Richard Butler, Leon McDowall, Andrew Martin.


Tuesday 15th February 2005
AFC Wimbledon 2-0 Burgess Hill Town

Another solid performance against a persistent Burgess Hill team, saw the Dons extended their lead at the twelve point (eleven if W&H win their games in hand).

With Richard Butler out with a knock Leon McDowall started up front with Andrew Martin and once again Leon gave a good account of himself and didn't stop running for ninety minute's.

After the end to end battle in the first half the Dons finally broke pass the BHT defences after the break when Leon had work his way into a the box, but was challenged just before he could strike the ball and as the ball broke loose Rob Ursell who had follow in hit the ball first time (wot no triple roll over's) into the back of the net.

Burgess HT kept the pressure on looking to level the score and Paul Smith was called on too make two quality saves, but with a minute on the clock the Dons double the lead and settled the match, after some good build-up from the half way line the ball reach the BHT box, where Leon did a cheeky back heel into the path of Chris Gell who his a fierce drive from the edge of the box low into the bottom of the net.

With hardly a bad tackle all game there was no extra time played and the ref blow his whistle to end the match.

Well Done to the BHT Barmy Yellow Army (five blokes in a the mainstand) for adding to the atmosphere of an entertaining match, with their friend banter in the second half.

Team : Paul Smith, Antony Howard, Mark Jones, Leon McDowall (sub 90), Steve Butler (sub 23), Mark Cooper, Robert Ursell, Chris Gell, Andrew Martin, Jon-Barrie Bates ,Gareth Graham (sub 71)

Subs Used :Steve Gibson (sub 23) , Gavin Bolger (sub 71) Martin Randall (sub 90)

Subs Not Used : Danny Naisbitt, Andy Frost

Goalscorers : Robert Ursell (51), Chris Gell (89)

Goals Against : N/A

Attendance : 2,444

Tuesday 15th February 2005
AFC Wimbledon v Burgess Hill Town
Fleet Town v Leatherhead
Tooting & Mitcham v Hastings United

Monday 14th February 2005
Injury News
Update on Jay Conroy

Mike Rayner explains the current state of Jay's injury after the dreadful tackle that saw Jay beeing stretched off on Saturday against Croydon.

It's does not look too good for Jay at the moment, lets all hope he has a full recovery and a return to football a.s.a.p.

For the latest information on Jay Conroy's injury click here.


Saturday 12th February 2005
AFC Wimbledon 3-0 Croydon

In a clash of top v bottom it's not unusual for the bottom team to pull of a shock result, a Croydon did just that how they managed to keep the score down to just three was a shock and also why it took so long for one of their players to be sent was another shock, especially after the terrible tackle that resulted in Jay Conroy going off on a stretcher and more than likely out for the rest of the season.

The Dons took the lead after six minutes, when Mark Jones crossed the ball over and at the back of the bunch in the box came Jon-Barrie Bates to hit a low volley into the back of the next from just inside the box.

Yes I did say Jon-Barrie Bates and fair play to the man over the past three or four games he has been putting in ever improving performances and hopefully winning over some of his critics, keep up the good work JJB.

The second goal came on the half hour mark and on his home debut Andrew Martin produced a powerful diving header that flew pass the keeper and into the back of the net and it was at the Westbank Choir End too, he knows how to feed please his followers.

Again in the second half the Dons dominated the match CCL style and showed why Croydon where bottom of the table, Leon McDowall rounded of another good performance from him with a goal on sixty four minutes as he broke Croydon's off side trap and raced towards goal, before placing the ball low and hard pass the keeper to round off the scoring.

With eighty six minutes gone Ryan Gray became the 1st player to get sent off this season for the Dons, after he was involved an incident on the touchline with him and a Croydon player and punches appeared to be thrown, the ref had no choice but to send both players off.

Three more points and an easier game, but with more work for Mike Rayner.

Team : Paul Smith, Jay Conroy (sub 22) , Mark Jones, Antony Howard, Mark Cooper, Chris Gell, Robert Ursell, Ryan Gray (86 sent off), Richard Butler (sub 14), Andrew Martin, Jon-Barrie Bates (sub 80)

Subs Used : Gareth Graham (sub 80), Leon McDowall (sub 14), Steve Gibson (sub 22)

Subs Not Used : Danny Naisbitt, Gavin Bolger

Goalscorers : Jon-Barrie Bates (6), Andrew Martin (34), Leon McDowall (64)

Goals Against : N/A

Attendance : 2,701

Saturday 12th February 2005
AFC Wimbledon 3-0 Croydon
Ashford Town p-p Bashley
Bromley 1-2 Hastings United
Burgess Hill Town 1-0 Dulwich Hamlet
Dorking 0-0 Croydon Athletic
Fleet Town 1-0 Newport IoW
Horsham 2-1 Molesey
Metropolitan Police 2-2 Leatherhead
Tooting & Mitcham Utd 3-2 Corinthian-Casuals
Walton & Hersham 2-0 Banstead Athletic
Whyteleafe 0-0 Cray Wanderers

Saturday 12th February 2005
Team News
AFC Wimbledon v Croydon KO 3.00pm

Mr. Anderson has announced the following team the home match against Croydon tomorrow.

Team : Jake Cole, Paul Smith, Jay Conroy, Steve Gibson, Mark Cooper, Antony Howard, Steve Butler, Mark Jones, Ryan Gray, Chris Gell, Jon-Barrie Bates, Gareth Graham, Gavin Bolger, Rob Ursell, Martin Randall, Andy Frost, Gary Prigent, Richard Butler, Leon McDowall, Andrew Martin.

Wednesday 9th February 2005
Date changed

The game away to Banstead has been moved forward from Saturday to Friday 25th March 05, which is Good Friday.

Wednesday 9th February 2005
Cup Draw
Away to Slough Town

AFC Wimbledon have been drawn away to Slough Town in the Quarter Final of the Bryco Cup, Slough are currently 12th in the Ryman Premier W10 D6 L8 F34 A31, dates and details will posted as soon as they are known.

Rest of the draw.

Chelmsford City v Leatherhead Hampton & Rich Boro v Walton & Hersham/Braintree Town Heybridge Swifts v Folkestone Invicta

Tuesday 8th February 2005
Fleet Town 2-0 Ashford Town

Monday 7th February 2005
Date set for the Palace.

The Eagles will now be landing at Kingsmeadow on March the 2nd for the 4th round Surrey Senior Cup tie against the Dons, it will be the first time a Crystal Palace mens team has played away at our ground since the last game at Plough Lane on the 4th May 1991.

Tickets will be priced at the normal reduced cup rate.

Terrace £6 Adults, £3 concessions, £2 Under-16s.

Main Stand:£8 Adults, £4 concessions, £3 Under-16s.

Monday 7th February 2005
Dave Towse has left the club

Dave who has been with the club since the trials on Wimbledon Common and played in our the first match against Sutton United on 10 July 2002, has moved on looking for first team football at Dorking, I would like to wish Dave all the best in the future and thank him for being part of AFC Wimbledon.


Sunday 6th February
2005
Portsmouth Ladies 0-1 AFC Wimbledon Ladies

Team : Louise Cooper,Lizzie Laws (53), Rachael Axon, Michelle Riley, Carly Hunt , Maria Bertelli, Laura Smith, Keisha Ramos, Gemma Hunt, Andrea McGrady (76), Beth Sims

Subs : Danielle Rebelo (76), Natalie Barette, Lauren Nuttall (53)


Saturday 5th February
2005
Leatherhead 1-1 AFC Wimbledon

Once again against Leatherhead honours were even after ninety minutes, the game saw a start for new signing (on a free transfer from Dulwich) Andrew Martin the 6ft forward started along side Richard Butler up front and was also the main topic in some of the more religions than usual songs sung by the Westbank Choir.

Leatherhead took the lead after just fourteen minutes when the ref awarded a dubious freekick on the edge of the box and as with the game in midweek against Cray the keeper (this time Paul Smith) was unable to reach the perfectly hit shot into the corner.

Andrew Martin was winning almost all the headers and knock on's that he went up for and looks like the target man we've been looking for up front, after chances for both sides the Dons finally levelled the score, when from a cross into the box Andrew Martin rose above the Leatherhead, but before he could nail the header home he was pushed in the back and the ref awarded a penalty.

With Rob Ursell on the bench it was Ryan Gray who stepped up to take the penalty and placed it wide of the keeper and brought the scores level on forty one minutes.

The second half again saw the Dons create more of the good chances and the Leatherhead keeper kept them in the game with a couple of good saves, towards the end of the game Leatherhead put Paul Smith under some pressure and could have taken the lead after another free kick beat Paul, but this time Jay Conroy was on hand to clear the ball off the line.

A point each was a far result, in what was a tough game against a team in top form.

Team : Paul Smith, Mark Cooper, Mark Jones, Chris Gell, Steve Butler, Antony Howard (20), Gareth Graham, Jon-Barrie Bates ,Richard Butler, Andrew Martin (77), Ryan Gray

Subs Used : Jay Conroy (20), Robert Ursell (77)

Subs Not Used : Leon McDowall, Steve Gibson, Gavin Bolger

Goalscorers : Ryan Gray (41) pen

Goals Against : Steve Sargent (14)

Attendance : 1,814

Saturday 5th February 2005
Banstead Athletic 1-1 Metropolitan Police
Bashley 1-0 Fleet Town
Corinthian Casuals 1-1 Br
omley
Cray Wanderers 1-2 Horsham
Croydon 1-1 Tooting & Mitcham
Dulwich Hamlet 2-1 Ashford Town
Hastings United 1-2 Whyteleafe
Leatherhead 1-1 AFC Wimbledon
Molesey 0-1 Dorking
Newport IOW 1-4 Burgess Hill Town

Saturday 5th February 2005
Team News
Leatherhead v AFC Wimbledon KO 3.00pm

Mr. Anderson has announced the following team the away match against in form Leatherhead tomorrow, he wont be there himself *, but he has left the team in the capable hands of john Turner and Warren Kelly.

Team : Jake Cole, Paul Smith, Steve Gibson, Jay Conroy, Steve Butler, Mark Cooper, Antony Howard, Ryan Gray, Mark Jones, Rob Ursell, Gareth Graham, Gavin Bolger, Chris Gell, Jon-Barrie Bates, Andrew Frost, Richard Butler, Leon McDowall, Andrew Martin.

* due to a long-standing family comittment.

Friday 4th February 2005
New signing

The Dons signed Andrew Martin, a former Welsh Under-21 striker who played 21 first-team games for Crystal Palace between 1998 and 2000.

Martin also played for Dulwich Hamlet against us in January and has since been released, along with a number of other players.


Tuesday 1st February 2005
A
FC Wimbledon 3-2 Cray Wanderers 4th Round

The Dons came from behind twice with an excellent second half performance to secure a place in the Quarter Final with a winning goal from Robert Ursell ten minutes from time.

It was a very physical game from the start and the Dons seemed unable to handle Crays nippy forwards in the first half, on sixteen minutes the ref award Cray a freekick just outside the box, Drew Watkins took the free kick hitting the ball screaming it to the top corner give Jake Cole no chance.

The Dons seemed unable to string more than a couple of passes together and the rain was not helping thing, only Richard Butler up front and Jon-Barrie Bates in midfield where having fairly decent games and Cray looked in command as the half came to a close.

As with quite a few games this season the half time break saw a different team and thankfully this time for the better, from the kick off the Dons set up camp in the Cray area and all that Cray could do to stop the Dons from scoring was to get more physical and at time it looked more like a wrestling match than a football match.

On the hour mark Robert Ursell came on for Leon up front and started to cause Crays defence even more problems than they had already, having replaced their goalscorer ten minutes earlier Ryan Gray was finding his replacement easier to get pass on the wing.

One of many odd decisions given by the ref was when he got in the way and collided with Mark Jones and a Cray player, he then award us a freekick on the edge of the box, from the freekick Ryan Gray hit a firm curling ball into the same top corner of the net as Crays goal to equalize to the joy of the players and the Westbank behind that goal.

With the Dons looking the stronger it was no surprise that Cray again took the lead three minutes later when on seventy three minute the ref again award a freekick for no sane reason, from what I saw of it one of our player was kicked in the back of the leg so Cray received a free kick on the touchline, the ball was hit into the six yard box where a scramble for the ball ensured which Cray eventually knock into the net.

With Cray two one up they seem to want to sit back and want defend the lead, but the Dons seemed on fire up and Cray could only hold on to the lead for four minutes Richard Butler headed the ball onto Robert Ursell who did a little trick on the edge of the box before hit the ball goalward only to his shot blocked, luckily the ball fell to Richard Butler who seem to get the ball stuck between his legs before turning and poking the ball pass the Crays keeper.

Cray had no answer to the Wizard Ursell tricks around the box, Ryan Grays darting runs and crosses on the left and the strong combination of Richard Butler and Andy Frost linking up on the right and with ten minute's remaining the pressure brought the third and winning goal, with a solo effort from the young wizard taking the ball around three or four players before curling a low shot that to the dismay of the Cray keeper who could only watch as it hit the far post and bounced over the line.

Cray had a string of corners towards the end but they had no answer and they no longer look a threat up front, a finally the ref blow the whistle after ten minutes injury time and send the Dons through into the Quarter Final draw.

Team : Jake Cole, Antony Howard ,Mark Jones, Ryan Gray, Steve Butler, Mark Cooper, Steve Gibson (74), Chris Gell, Richard Butler, Leon McDowall (60), Jon-Barrie Bates

Subs Used : Robert Ursell (60), Andy Frost (74)

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

Goalscorers : Ryan Gray (70), Richard Butler (77), Robert Ursell (80)

Goals Against : Drew Watkins (16), David Gray (73)

Attendance : 773

Tuesday 1st February 2005
Team News
A
FC Wimbledon V Cray Wanderers 4th Round

Mr. Anderson has named the following team for tonight's 4th round Bryco Cup match against Cray Wanderers ay Kingsmeadow.

Team : Jake Cole, Paul Smith, Steve Gibson, Jay Conroy, Steve Butler, Mark Cooper, Antony Howard, Ryan Gray, Mark Jones, Rob Ursell, Gareth Graham, Gavin Bolger, Chris Gell, Jon-Barrie Bates, Richard Butler, Leon McDowall, Gary Prigent.

Season Ticket 2004/2005
Main Stand
Basic Price Optional Donation Total
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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
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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.

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