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Heanor Town

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Saturday 17th January 2015 15.00
FA Vase 4th Round
Heanor Town 0 Dunston UTS 1 HT: 0-0 Att: 397 Ent: £5 Prog £1 Coffee £1
Bulford 85

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Heanor Town

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Saturday 17th January 2015 15.00
FA Vase 4th Round
Heanor Town 0 Dunston UTS 1 HT: 0-0 Att: 397 Ent: £5 Prog £1 Coffee £1
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1,250 And Counting: Wisbech Town ‘Keeper Paul Bastock Breaks Peter Shilton Record For Most Games In Club Football

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Wisbech Town's Paul Bastock broke Peter Shilton's long-standing record for the most appearances in competitive club football on Saturday, with the 47-year old goalkeeper racking up his 1,250th game.

Bastock, whoowns a window cleaning business, made his record-breaking appearance for United Counties League Premier Division team Wisbech in their FA Vase clash with Thetford Town at Mundford Road.

Non-League

Non-League Videos Of The Week: 14/05/2012

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Well, this is the final edition of Non-League Videos Of The Week for this season, but we do at least have a round-up games that are well worth an hour of your time. We kick-off with a double-bill from Wembley, with highlights of Saturday's FA Trophy final between York City and Newport County, followed by Sunday's FA Vase final between Dunston UTS and West Auckland.

Successful Marketing At Needham: Andy Ollerenshaw Meets Needham Market FC

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As this season winds towards its end, one small town in Suffolk's football club is continuing its upward trajectory. Needham Market FC are in the play-off places in the Ryman League Division One North, only sixteen years after they were still competing in the amateur Suffolk & Ipswich League. Andy Ollerenshaw went to see what they're getting so right there at the moment.

Non-League Videos Of The Week: 01-04-2012

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The non-league season is into its closing stages now, and this week's videos come from the Blue Square Premier, the Blue Square South, Division One Central of the Southern League and the semi-finals of the FA Vase. Our first match comes form the dog-fight to avoid relegation from the Blue Square Premier, and is between AFC Telford United and Darlington, and we follow this up with the match between Forest Green Rovers and Barrow.

Non-League Videos Of The Week: 25-03-12

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Promotion, relegation and Wembley are very much on our minds for this week's Non-League Videos Of The Week, which feature matches from the Blue Square Premier, the Blue Square South, the FA Vase and the North West Counties Football League Challenge Cup. Things are tight at the bottom of the Blue Square Premier table.

Non-League Videos Of The Week: 04/03/2012

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This week's non-league videos of the week come from the Blue Square Bet Premier, the Blue Square Bet South, the Ryman League and the quarter-finals of this year's FA Vase. Our first match comes from Haig Avenue and is between a Southport team which a little surprisingly is still in the play-off places at the top of the table and a Newport County team which has seen a recent run of improved form lift their club out of the relegation places at the foot of the table.

Non-League Videos Of The Week: 19/02/2012

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After a couple of weeks off, we can finally get back to some matches from this weekend's football and we have a variety of competitions for you today. First up, we have a match from this weekend's FA Vase between Whitley Bay, who have won the tournament for the last three years in a row, and West Auckland.

Non-League Videos Of The Week: 30/01/12

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Our non-league videos of the week are twenty-four hours late this week, but we have four matches for you this evening two from the top of the Blue Square Bet Premier, one from the Blue Square Bet South and one from the FA Vase. First up are two matches from the championship battle at the top of the Blue Square Bet Premier.

Non-League Videos Of The Week: 22/01/2012

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We have five matches for you this evening, from the Blue Square Premier to Division One Central of the Southern League, and finishing off with the Premier Division of the Super League in Scotland. First up is a match that we have already mentioned on this site today, the Blue Square Premier match between Wrexham and Kettering Town.

Non-League Videos Of The Week: 22/10/2011

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We have six matches for you as non-league videos of the week, from three different competitions. First of all, we have two matches from the Blue Square Premier, between AFC Telford United and Gateshead, and Mansfield Town and Alfreton Town. Next up, we have three matches from the First Qualifying Round of the FA Trophy, the matches between Bedworth United and Hednesford Town, Dartford and Truro City, and Weymouth and AFC Totton.

Non-League Videos Of The Week: 09-10-2011

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The football clubs of the Premier League and the Championship had a break for another round of international matches this weekend, but there were few such luxuries for the butchers, bakers and candlestick makers of non-league football with a round of fixtures which included the Preliminary Round of another competition which has suffered a little damage to its reputation in recent years, the FA Trophy.

Non-League Videos Of The Week: 25-09-2011

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This week's non-league videos of the week come from a variety of different competitions, including the Second Qualifying Round of the FA Vase. First up, though, is the match between Cambridge City and Banbury United in the Southern League Premier Division. Cambridge were beaten in the play-offs in this league last season, and are hoping to go one better than that this this season, whilst Banbury United are are hoping to challenge for the championship themselves.

Non-League Videos Of The Week: 11-09-11

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This week's non-league videos of the week come from the top of the Blue Square South, the Southern League Division One South and West and the FA Vase. Our first two matches feature two clubs that have had an excellent start to the season in the Blue Square South. Dartford sit in the play-off places in the division, and they are at home against struggling Eastleigh, while leaders Welling United faced a long trip south-west for a tricky match against another team that has made an inconsistent start to the season, Dorchester Town.

The Twohundredpercent Play-Off Jamboree: Fleetwood Town 0-2 AFC Wimbledon

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The history of football in Fleetwood, Lancashire, is one of boom and bust. The town's original club, Fleetwood FC, renamed itself Fleetwood Town and were founder members of the Northern Premier League in 1968, before folding in 1976. A new club sprang up the following year, reached the final of the FA Vase in 1985 and won back its place in the Premier Division of the Northern Premier League three years later.

Videos Of The Week: Non-League Special

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It's time for a bit of a non-league round-up (as is our wont at this time of the week), with highlights of three matches from the last couple of weekend's worth of matches. First up, we're taking the opportunity to catch up with one of the matches from the weekend of the 15th of January, with the FA Trophy Second Round match between Blyth Spartans.

Oadby Town

Oadby v Ampthill

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OADBY TOWN 2-1 AMPTHILL TOWN
Saturday 21st January 2012
FA Vase 4th Round
Greene King Park


After what feels like a long time since I saw Oadby in action this is to be the first of two consecutive Saturday home games for the Poachers. The last time I was down here for a games was on December 3rd when they hosted Tipton Town in the last round of this competition.

Stalemate in the Vase

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OADBY TOWN 1–1 (aet) TIPTON TOWN Saturday 3rd December 2011 FA Vase 3rd Round Greene King Park
Another home game for Oadby Town this afternoon, this time against former adversaries in the Midland Football Alliance Tipton Town in the 3rd round (last 64) of the FA Vase. This is the first time since the 2004/05 season that Oadby have reached this stage of the competition.

OT v Ellistown

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OADBY TOWN 1-0 ELLISTOWN Saturday 26th November 2011 East Midlands Counties League Greene King Park
Following four consecutive Saturday's watching other clubs in the East Midlands I am back at GKP for the second in a run of four Saturday home games for the Poachers. After last weeks tough victory against local rival St.

Hard fought derby in the Vase

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OADBY TOWN 1-0 ST. ANDREWS
Saturday 19th November 2011
FA Vase 2nd Round
Greene King Park

After a five week break I am back at GKP for what on paper should be a cracking tie in the FA Vase. Both teams currently sit in the top six in the East Midlands Counties League (EMCL), and they played each other at the end of August with Oadby running out 3-1 winners.

Hunting the Vase

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OADBY TOWN 3-2 HUNTINGDON TOWN Saturday 24th September 2011 FA Vase 2nd Qualifying Round Greene King Park
A briefer report than normal today as I am back at Greene King part for the second time this season to see Oadby Town. This is their first and hopefully not last game in this seasons FA Vase.

Oadby v St. Andrews

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OADBY TOWN 3–1 ST. ANDREWS
Saturday 27th August 2011East Midlands Counties LeagueGreene King Park

A visit to Oadby Town Football Club was not on my agenda this afternoon at all, actually in fact six weeks ago it was not on my agenda all season!!!! Not because I have no interest in the club but because I was planning to spend the season, like previous ones ground hopping.

Oadby v St. Andrews

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OADBY TOWN 3–1 ST. ANDREWS
Saturday 27th August 2011East Midlands Counties LeagueGreene King Park

A visit to Oadby Town Football Club was not on my agenda this afternoon at all, actually in fact six weeks ago it was not on my agenda all season!!!! Not because I have no interest in the club but because I was planning to spend the season, like previous ones ground hopping.

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GREAT RESPONSE FROM "BORO" BOSS FOLLOWING DISGRACEFUL PERFORMANCE FROM REFEREE AT PARKGATE.

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Following the diabolical refereeing from Mr D Hunt, which cost us dearly at Parkgate last Saturday, Boro boss Rudy Funk gave his opinions on the day in the local paper, here is the article which I think just sums up the true feelings held by everyone connected to the club, I honestly think that we are been targeted as a club, unfairly so, and I speak as an ex referee when I say that the officials in this league are mainly very poor, and generally just not up to the standards required.

CHEATING PARKGATE AND CLUELESS OFFICIALS.

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Boro's progress in the FA Vase was halted by a combination of cheating opponents and a referee (Mr D Hunt) who should not be allowed anywhere near a football pitch again after this performance. I am used to seeing inept officials in this league, but yesterday's was I have been told by many fans the worst yet to officiate a Boro game.

Tea

UNABLE TO MAKE 'VASE' TRIP SO TOOK IN PIKES v STAVELEY MW.

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Unable to make the trip to Parkgate, I decided to go to the Pickering Town v Stavely Miners Welfare game at a sunny Pickering FC.
The sun may have been shining, but it was the only thing to shine as this was a dour game of football played out by two mediocre teams with little passing ability.

AFC Kempston Rovers

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AFC Kempston Rovers 4 Northampton ON Chenecks 0 - United Counties League, Division One

Kempston was once known as the largest village in England but is now a town. Until the 19th century Kempston was a mainly rural parish. It was one of the largest in Bedfordshire with an area of 5,025 acres at the time of enclosure in 1804, and was in Redbournestoke Hundred.

The Rest

Shakespeare Country

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STRATFORD TOWN 1-3 ECCLESHALL
Saturday 15th September 2012
FA Vase 2nd Qualifying Round
The DCS Stadium, Knights Lane, Tiddington, Warwickshire


Another Saturday and another case of having too much choice of where to go. Firstly it was a case of deciding which direction to head - north or south?

The 100 Most Controversial Football Club Owners Of All-Time: No.97 – Graham White (Colne Dynamoes)

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We have, in recent years, become rather too accustomed to a boom and bust culture in football, particularly at clubs in the lower divisions. Few clubs, however, have ever boomed and busted with the speed of Colne Dynamoes, and it is the man that was responsible for this, Graham White, who takes the number ninety-seven position on our list.

Bemerton Heath in Autumn

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A charming shot of an F.A. Vase match between Bemerton Heath Harlequins at their ground in Wiltshire, England, against visitors Saltash United. Bemerton Heath were founded as recently as 1989, after a merger of three local clubs.

Photo taken on November 19, 2011 by Pitchside Photo on Flickr


AFC Kempston Rovers

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AFC Kempston Rovers 4 Northampton ON Chenecks 0 - United Counties League, Division One


Kempston was once known as the largest village in England but is now a town. Until the 19th century Kempston was a mainly rural parish. It was one of the largest in Bedfordshire with an area of 5,025 acres at the time of enclosure in 1804, and was in Redbournestoke Hundred.

Stopper Aims To Emulate Dad

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Tyrell Belford hopes the FA Youth Cup will provide him with the perfect opportunity to add another winners' medal to the family mantelpiece.
The 16-year-old's father, Dale, was once on Aston Villa's books as a goalkeeper and went on to win the 1989 FA Vase with Tamworth.
Belford junior admits his Dad has been a major influence on his fledgling career and hopes he can enhance the family name by going on to enjoy success at the highest level in the future.

'BORO' BACK IN ACTION AT TADCASTER....."Hopefully"

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Tomorrow will hopefully see Scarborough Athletic back in league action when we are due to play at Tadcaster Albion, but we have had another layer of snow fall this evening and it is snowing now at 9.30 pm on the eve of the game so I am guessing there will be a late pitch inspection sometime tomorrow.