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November 2001

Tuesday 27th November 2001
Basingstoke Town 2-0 Kingstonian
A somewhat lacklustre display from Kingstonian saw them knocked out of the Isthmian League Cup at the first hurdle. Just nine minutes were on the clock when Tim Sills opened the scoring for the home side, heading home a Mike Darvis cross with not a defender in sight.

In-form Ronnie Green had the best opportunities for Ks. Firstly he raced onto a Peter Barnsby through ball, only for a combination of goalkeeper Scott Tarrs studs, and a sticky pitch, to prevent the ball from crossing the line and on the hour he shot wide from eight yards when played in by substitute Greg Ball.

Lance Key was called upon to several times before things became worse for Steve Sedgleys side. Peter Barnsby was sent off after picking up two cautions in quick succession and Basingstoke took advantage immediately with Richard Newberry sliding home a cross from Mark Lisk before the defence could be re-organised.

Basingstoke were deserved victors on the night, whilst Kingstonian finished the match with a couple of players looking somewhat doubtful for Saturdays important FA Trophy tie with Cirencester.

Kingstonian: Key, Mead, Jones, Barnsby (c), Thurgood, Alimi, Clarke, Wingfield (Bolt), Royal (Ball), Green, Collins (Hustwick).
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League Cup round up
Both Hampton and Hitchin hit eight tonight, against Barking and Walton & Hersham respectively. Boreham Wood lost two-one at home to Leyton Pennant and Billericay lost at Bromley.
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Farnborough/Kingsmeadow plan scuppered
From BBC Teletext:

Farnborough say they are "devastated" by the news that the Football Conference have rejected their plans to ground share with Kingstonian.

The club had planned to use the K's Kingsmeadow Stadium for the next three years while their new ground is built.

However, the Conference have ruled that the proposals cannot go ahead because the clubs are in different conurbations.

Chairman Graham Westley said: "If Telford can share with Worcester, we should be allowed to share here".

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Suburban League Cup
The reserves have been drawn away to Crawley Town in the Suburban League Cup Quarter-Final. The match must take place before 26th January.
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Sunday 25th November 2001
Boreham Wood match report
The report of yesterday's three-one victory has now been produced.
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Rex's Review of the newspapers
Rex's latest offering can be found here.
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Surrey Senior Cup
The Surrey Senior Cup fourth round tie, Kingstonian v Walton and Hersham, will be played on Tuesday 22nd January 2002 at Kingsmeadow, with a 7.45pm kick-off.
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20% discount on all perimeter adverts
The club is pleased to announce that, as from December 1st, prices of perimeter advertisments will be reduced by 20% until the end of the season. For details on this, and all commercial opportunities, please see the Commercial section.
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Forthcoming Fixtures
Below is a list of forthcoming fixtures at Kingsmeadow:

Saturday 1st December 2001, Kingstonian v Cirencester, FA Trophy 1st round, kick-off 3pm
Wednesday 5th December 2001, Kingston Academy v Cirencester, kick-off 2pm
Saturday 8th December, Kingstonian v Harrow Borough, Isthmian Premier League, kick-off 3pm
Sunday 9th December 2001, Wimbledon Ladies v Exeter, kick-off 1pm.

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K's Club Shop - Christmas Sale
The following are available from the club shop on match days:

Home and Away Scarves now reduced to 3.99
Old K's Home Shirts with Cherry Red logo 10.00
Old K's Away Shirts (black and Blue stripes) with Emporium logo 10.00
Latest additions to our stock K's Mugs 4.00
Many other items at reduced prices

Please come and see Brian, Lesley and Nick in the Club Shop on match days.

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K's Web sponsorship
We are pleased to announce that Hubble Productions have sponsored the site for this season. It is thanks to their generous support that the perimeter adverts for "" are seen at the ground. Details of their products and services will appear here shortly.
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Greg Ball sponsorship
If you look at the front page you'll notice that K's Web is now the proud sponsor of leading scorer Greg Ball. Thanks to all those who contributed (you know who you are!).
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Saturday 24th November 2001
Boreham Wood 1-3 Kingstonian
Greg Ball's fifth goal in as many games got Kingstonian off to a good start earlier this afternoon, and two fine finishes from Ronnie Green meant that the points deservedly headed south. The man of the match vote is now open.
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Result round-up
After today's matches K's are still in eleventh place in the table, whilst Canvey and Gravesend continue to pull away at the top, Canvey thumping Hampton 5-1 and Gravesend beating Hitchin two-nil at home.

Tuesday night's opponents, Basingstoke, drew nil-nil at Purfleet.
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Thursday 22nd November 2001
David Bass and Eddie Saunders
David Bass has joined fellow Isthmian Premier club Hitchin Town on a free transfer. It also looks likely that Eddie Saunders will finally join Geoff Chapple at former club Woking - probably on non-contract terms.
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Isthmian League XI v FA XI
The Isthmian League beat their FA counterparts two-nil last night, in front of some 150 fans. Lance Key played in goal for the victors, with the goals coming from Francis Duku (Gravesend) and Dean Parratt (Braintree).
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Wednesday 21st November 2001
Reserves reminder
At 7.30pm tonight the reserves are at home to Bookham in the Surrey County FA Premier Cup 2nd Round. For those of you not travelling to Boreham Wood with the first team on Saturday, the reserves play Whyteleaf at home in the third round of the league cup.
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News page update email
Apologies to those who receive the news page update email notification. Over the last week it hasn't been possible to send this out as often as intended, however the error which caused this...


...has now been put right...


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Tuesday 20th November 2001
Isthmian League XI v FA XI
Just a reminder that an Isthmian League XI take on an FA XI tomorrow (Wednesday) night at Bishop's Stortford's ground. Lance Key is due to play in goal and admission is free if you wear an England shirt or take along a season ticket.
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Man of the match results
Four man of the match votes have now been closed. Bashiru Alimi won the Aldershot man of the match with 22 votes.

David Sadler won the Croydon man of the match with 33 votes.

Bashiru Alimi won the Hitchin man of the match with 22 votes.

Greg Ball won the Heybridge man of the match with 9 votes.

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Sunday 18th November 2001
Rex's Reviews now on-line
After endless legal wranglings, K's Web's solicitors and Rex's solicitors have finally put pen to paper to sign a five-year contract for K's Web to include "Rex's Review" (which have been a mainstay of the forum of late) as part of the site.

There is now a new page where you can access any or all of the reviews.

Thanks to Rex, thanks to Rex's solicitors (although we still don't see why he gets the car if this all goes wrong), thanks to the K's Web solicitors (money grabbing b**tards that they are), but most of all - thanks to you, the reader. Or hopefully readers.....
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Hampton match report
The report of the third successive three-nil home win is now available.
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Saturday 17th November 2001
Kingstonian 3-0 Hampton & Richmond Borough
Some early saves from Lance Key kept K's in the match, after which two goals from Ronnie Green either side of a Greg Ball tap-in deservedly earned Kingstonian the three points.
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Result round-up
With many games off due to the FA Cup, the three points allowed K's to climb up to eleventh place in the table - that's the top half for the first time this season. Next Saturday's opponent's Boreham Wood didn't play, but Tuesday week's opponents Basingstoke lost three-one at home to Heybridge Swifts.

Congratulations to Canvey Island, who made it through to the second round of the FA Cup.
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Wednesday 14th November 2001
The following press release has been issued by the club:


Kingstonian Football Club today announced that the Surrey Comet has become the exclusive sponsor of the Ks new Family and Disabled Enclosures.

The sponsorship includes perimeter and enclosure branding in the ground, an advertisement in the Club programme and match sponsorships of two local derbies. The sponsorship will launch this weekend when the Ks entertain local rivals, Hampton & Richmond, the other match sponsorship will be, not surprisingly, Sutton on Boxing Day.

In addition, the Surrey Comet will be running competitions every month, starting this Saturday with Faces in the Crowd from the Family Enclosure. Ks season tickets and merchandise will be donated by Kingstonian FC as prizes for the two children featured in next weeks Comet.

To launch the sponsorship, Ks are also offering two free tickets this Saturday for any children under 16 (accompanied by a ticket paying Adult) to the Family Enclosure, which is in Block K of the Main Stand. Tickets will be available at Ks Complimentary Ticket Office.

Ks Director, Malcolm Grant said "We are delighted that the Surrey Comet has agreed a two year sponsorship package with us. This is a tangible demonstration of their commitment to the Ks, an endorsement of our relationship and much needed support in these difficult times. The fact that we are currently in administration doesnt mean that Ks has to stop offering value for money and we hope that other organisations will follow Surrey Comets lead. Our web site features perimeter board opportunities and, as an added incentive, we are now offering 20% off the quoted rates to companies taking an advertising board from this December to the end of this season."

John Payne, the Comets Sports Editor said "The Comet is delighted to be backing the Ks and sponsoring their excellent new facilities. We hope as many people as possible take this opportunity to visit Kingsmeadow Stadium and see for themselves the exciting young side that Steve Sedgley is assembling."

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Sunday 11th November 2001
Heybridge Swifts 1-1 Kingstonian
Greg Ball scored the only K's goal of the game as Steve Sedgley's K's continued their recent "improving" run with a one-one draw at Heybridge. The report is now available, with thanks to Old Dubbin.
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Result round-up
K's remain in fourteenth place in the table, just two points behind next Saturday's opponents Hampton, who beat Sutton two-one at home yesterday.

A new low was recorded at Croydon yesterday, where just 78 people saw a one-nil win for visitors Chesham.
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Thursday 8th November 2001
Youth team, reserves and Wimbledon ladies
Robert Wooldridge has sent us the following article, which will also appear in tomorrow's Surrey Comet:

Kingstonian's youth team, managed by Martyn Spong and assisted by Mark Fabian, hit the headlines in the last week by making their memorable FA Youth Cup run even better.

Last Thursday (1 Nov), Oxford United were defeated 2-0 at the Kingsmeadow in the First Round of the competition. Danny Collins opened the scoring after six minutes when the defence was confused by a typically long throw from Jonathan McDonald. The Football League team pressed for most of the rest of the half, but couldn't force goalkeeper Tony Smith to make a save. The second half was dominated by Kingstonian, and the only surprise was that it took so long for the clincher to be scored. With ten minutes remaining, Chevon Cummings robbed a defender just outside the penalty area, and slotted the ball past the goalkeeper with aplomb.

Ks team: Tony Smith, Jon Leacock, Jonathan McDonald, Chris Head, Matthew Bradford, Jake Newton, Danny Collins, Chris Wales, Chevon Cummings, Dean Pitcher (Josh Francois 64m), Josh Rose (Matt Seldon 90m). Unused subs: Tim Hurren, Joe Frimpong, Sam Dean

That wonderful victory set up a Second Round tie at Huish Park on Tuesday 6th with Yeovil Town. The Ks found themselves 2-0 down after 20 minutes, and at times were being run ragged by Yeovil's effective counterattacking. Just before the break, Ks gave themselves a lifeline when Danny Collins and Jon Leacock opened the defence up on the right wing for Chevon Cummings to stab home from close range. After 20 seconds of the second half, Ks had a shot scrambled off the line, and a couple of minutes after, Yeovil were unfortunate to have a man sent off for a foul on Josh Rose. The Surrey side pressed for the equaliser, Dean Pitcher hitting the post with a snap shot that the goalkeeper never saw. Unfortunately, halfway through the half Yeovil stole a goal from a setpiece, and seemingly killed the game off. Chevon Cummings pulled one back with ten minutes to go, setting up a grandstand finish, but the Glovers were able to hang on for the victory. Yeovil Town now face either Swindon Town or Grantham Town in Round Three and will fancy their chances for further progress.

Ks team: Tony Smith, Jon Leacock, Jonathan McDonald (Josh Francois 72m), Chris Head, Matthew Bradford, Jake Newton (Matt Seldon 80m), Danny Collins, Chris Wales, Chevon Cummings, Dean Pitcher, Josh Rose. Unused subs: Tim Hurren, Joe Frimpong, Ryan Paumier.

Kingstonian's youth team now reverts back to its normal set-up with Kingston College, and their next home game is against Chichester College in the British Colleges Sport Centres of Football Excellence League on 14th November at the Kingsmeadow Stadium, kick-off 2pm.

Kingstonian's reserves drew 0-0 at home with Northwood on Saturday and remain top of the table. However, Hayes and Basingstoke Town all have games in hand, but the Suburban League Premier Division is shaping up nicely at around the halfway stage, and is turning into a very close contest.

The reserves find out this Saturday who their opponents will be in the League Cup Third Round as Whyteleafe are at home to Fleet Town. The Ks themselves are at home to the reigning champions Berkhamsted Town on Saturday, kick-off 3pm. Next Saturday they are without a match, but however, they start their Surrey Premier Cup campaign on Wednesday 21st November against Bookham, kick-off 7.30pm

Meanwhile, Wimbledon Ladies scored a single goal victory over Langford in the FA Women's Premier League South Division. This Sunday, they are at home to Berkhamsted Town at the Kingsmeadow Stadium, kick-off 2pm. Admission is free. Next Sunday, the Arsenal come to the Kingsmeadow to play Wimbledon Ladies in the London Women's Cup, kick-off 2pm on Sunday 18th November.

On that morning (Sunday 18th) Kingstonian are hosting a Football Programme Fair, which begins at 11am, ending at 3pm.

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Tuesday 6th November 2001
Cirencester up next in the FA Trophy
Kingstonian will entertain Cirencester on Saturday 1st December after they beat Uxbridge four-nil in tonight's replay.
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Youth team knocked out
The Youth team finally got knocked out of the FA Youth Cup this evening as they went down by the odd goal in five at Huish Park. According to the Ciderspace message board Yeovil won 3-2 despite having a player sent off early in the second half when 2-1 up.
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The Times: Kingstonian turn to Sedgley to restore their equilibrium
From today's Times here]

Kingstonian turn to Sedgley to restore their equilibrium by Keith Pike

IT WAS not how Steve Sedgley had planned it. When a knee injury cut short his excellent playing career, the idea was to spend a couple of years learning the managerial ropes at one of the foremost non-league clubs before re-establishing his name in the game he loves. Instead, within three months he found himself at the helm of a sinking ship with those ropes having tied his hands behind his back.

Quite how Kingstonian, with two Wembley triumphs in the past three seasons, had sunk so deep and so fast was the question supporters wanted answering, but Sedgley said he had no hesitation in taking over at a club with debts approaching 1 million, in the hands of administrators and forced to release nine of its most experienced players. One month in, results have improved against the odds and that brave gamble already appears to be paying off.

Its been hard, with everyone looking over their shoulder wondering if theyre going to be the next to go, but the best way to learn is by doing the job and so far the players have responded brilliantly, Sedgley, 32, said.

A lot of them are reserve or youth-team players who are playing for no money and been thrown in the deep end, and its a huge credit to them. What happens off the pitch is no concern of theirs or mine. Im just grateful to have been given the opportunity and the club know Ill be giving them 120 per cent.

Behind the scenes, work proceeds apace to rescue a club that owes 180,000 to the Inland Revenue, 430,000 to the bank and had been living beyond its means for a long time. In February, Kingstonian led Bristol City 1-0 with 28 seconds of stoppage time to go and a lucrative place in the fifth round of the FA Cup within reach, but Tony Thorpes equaliser was the first in a series of devastating blows.

Defeat in the replay was followed by relegation from the Nationwide Conference and the dismissal of Geoff Chapple as manager in the summer. Crowds slumped, wages rose nonetheless and when Kingstonian were dismissed from this seasons FA Cup by the minnow of Brockenhurst on September 29, it was described by Bill Williams, Chapples successor, as the longest and darkest hour and a half of my football management life.

Two weeks later Williams returned to Dover Athletic and now Sedgley, previously the head coach and an FA Cup-winner with Tottenham Hotspur, has taken up the baton, encouraging attractive football that has seen a climb away from the lower reaches of the Ryman League premier division and progress in the FA Umbro Trophy. With a young team that listens and wants to learn, Im confident well stay up, Sedgley said.

Nick Hood, of Begbies Traynor Chartered Accountants, said yesterday that the administrators were still in active discussions with two potential new backers one individual, one group and both very much football people, not property speculators. Hood hopes an agreement may be in place by the end of the week and a deal completed within four to six weeks. Between them, he and Sedgley have brought Kingstonian some valuable time.

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The Times: Green provides welcome respite for Kingstonian
From yesterday's Times [here]

Green provides welcome respite for Kingstonian by Keith Pike

HEAVILY in debt, voluntarily in administration and undoubtedly in peril they may be, but you would scarcely have guessed on Saturday as Kingstonian, who have been forced to part with nine senior players, continued their love affair with the FA Umbro Trophy. Winners in 1999 and 2000, they temporarily put their off-field problems behind them to reach the second round in dramatic style.

Two minutes of stoppage time had elapsed when Ronnie Green, one teenaged substitute, found Jon Leacock, another of the same, and set off for the return pass. Green had time to turn, gesticulate and then voice his disapproval as his young sidekick delayed, beat one man and delayed again, but he should not have worried. Leacock played the perfect pass through a retreating Hitchin Town defence and Green, applying a clever finish beyond his years, bent his shot around Nick Webb with the outside of his right foot. Hitchin, their Ryman League premier division rivals, felt hard done by and with some justification.

A shade fortunate to be level at half-time David Sadler had twice gone within inches of giving Kingstonian the lead they had recovered from Greg Balls goal, neatly nodded in from Danny Bolts free kick 50 seconds into the second half, to pull level through Shaun Marshalls carbon-copy glancing header from Matt Nolans left-wing cross in the 68th minute. Marshall clipped the crossbar eight minutes from time and Hitchin finished the stronger, but few would begrudge their opponents a lucky break.

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Monday 5th November 2001
Ryman League squad
Ryman League representative side manager John Kendall has named his squad for the game against the FA XI on Wednesday 21st November at Bishops Stortford FC.

Wayne Andrews (Chesham United), Aaron Barnett (Gravesend & Northfleet), Dale Binns (Hendon), Jason Chewins (Aldershot Town), Francis Duku (Gravesend & Northfleet), Davis Haule (Hendon), Vinnie John (Bishop's Stortford), Jon Keeling (Purfleet), John Kennedy (Canvey Island), Lance Key (Kingstonian), Ryan Kirby (Aldershot Town), John Morgan (Grays Athletic), Adam Parker (Aldershot Town), Dean Parratt (Braintree Town), Steve Robinson (Grays Athletic), Lee Spiller (Chesham United), Scott Tarr (Basingstoke Town), Gary Waters (Braintree Town), Craig Wilkins (Gravesend & Northfleet).

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Sunday 4th November 2001
Hitchin match report
The report of yesterday's late success is now ready.
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Ryman League representative side
Although the squad has not yet been named for the Ryman League side who take on an FA XI at Bishop's Stortford's ground on Wednesday 21st November, we believe that Lance Key will be included. Confirmation as soon as there is any.
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Reserves latest
The reserves drew nil-nil at home to Northwood yesterday afternoon. Their next match is next Saturday, at home to Berkhamsted Town.
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FA Trophy second round draw
The draw for the second round of the FA Trophy was made some time ago, but it appears below as it currently stands:

Radcliffe Borough or Accrington Stanley v Spalding United or Altrincham
Moor Green v Trafford or Ossett Albion
Worksop Town v Matlock Town or Marine
Runcorn v Farsley Celtic
North Ferriby United v Spennymoor United
Gretna v Emley
Guiseley or Stafford Rangers v Vauxhall Motors
Lincoln United v Solihull Borough
Stocksbridge Park Steels or Whitby Town v Blyth Spartans
Rossendale United or Bedworth United v Bilston Town or Gresley Rovers
Kendal Town v Harrogate Town
Lancaster City v Hinckley United
Ossett Town or Hyde United v Ilkeston Town
Barrow v Burton Albion
Stourport Swifts v Bishop Auckland
Grantham Town v Droylsden or Frickley Athletic
Hednesford Town v Gateshead
Sutton Coldfield Town v Tamworth
Kings Lynn v Ashton United
Kingstonian v Uxbridge or Cirencester Town
Dulwich Hamlet v Rothwell Town or Billericay Town
Worcester City or Mangotsfield United v Dorchester Town
Fisher Athletic v Tonbridge Angels or Merthyr Tydfil
Purfleet v Kettering Town
Tiverton Town v Croydon
Bashley v Burnham or Yeading
Wealdstone or Bishop's Stortford v Grays Athletic
Eastbourne Borough or Chatham Town v Bedford Town
Hampton & Richmond Borough v Clevedon Town or Harlow Town
Banbury United v Cambridge City
Walton & Hersham v Newport County
Bromley v Tooting & Mitcham United
Welling United v Erith & Belvedere
Dartford or Braintree Town v Basingstoke Town
Carshalton Athletic v Newport (IW)
Thame United v Bognor Regis Town
Chesham United v Weymouth
Cinderford Town v Gravesend & Northfleet
Enfield v Histon
Maidenhead United v Hendon
Aylesbury United v Aldershot Town
Canvey Island v Wisbech Town or St Albans City
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Colin Luckett update
It seems as though Colin Luckett might be re-joining Geoff Chapple down the road at Woking. The left-back has now been released by Stevenage, with the odds looking good that he will be a Card by the end of the week.
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Simon Stewart and David Bass
The latest rumour is that both Simon Stewart and David Bass will join Hitchin Town later in the week after they both trained at the Top Field recently.
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Saturday 3rd November 2001
Hitchin Town 1-2 Kingstonian
A last minute goal from Ronnie Green earned Kingstonian a place in round two of the FA Trophy earlier today. Greg Ball gave K's a lead right at the start of the second half, but a Shaun Marshall header looked to be enough to take the game to a replay - until Green struck of course.

The next opponent is not yet known, as Uxbridge and Cirencester played out a three-three draw earlier. Their replay takes place on Tuesday evening.

Today's line-up and man of the match voting form are now available.
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Trophy first round round-up
The majority of Isthmian Premier teams made it through to round two, but with a few exceptions. Harrow lost to Dorchester, Sutton to Hendon, Heybridge to Erith and Belvedere, Boreham Wood to Purfleet and Staines to Thame United.

The full list of results can be seen on the this week page.
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Fixture update - Heybridge and Basingstoke
Next Saturday's match at Heybridge has been confirmed as kicking off at 3pm.

The Isthmian League Cup first round match at Basingstoke Town will now take place on either Tuesday the 27th or Wednesday the 28th of November. Confirmation as soon as it is decided.
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Friday 2nd November 2001
Wimbledon Post: MOVE IS ON THE CARDS
With thanks to Anthony Donohue, the following is from this week's Wimbledon Post:

MOVE IS ON THE CARDS by Dominic Danatantonio

Wimbledon Football Club are set to look outside Merton borough and link up with non-league side Kingstonian for their new youth academy.

A confidential source from Kingston council has revealed that Wimbledon are in talks to base their administration and academy at the non-league clubs Kingsmeadow ground in neighbouring Norbiton.

The Dons had previously applied to Merton council to build their academy at Prince Georges Playing Field in Raynes Park.

However the land is designated as protected Metropolitan Open Land and last week council leader, Cllr Andrew Judge, said that Merton officers: knew of no instance where housing has been allowed on Metropolitan Open Land.

Ailing Kingstonian voluntarily went into administration two weeks ago and under the proposed agreement Wimbledon would take over the lease of the Kingsmeadow stadium for the remaining 105 year term.

This season the Dons began playing their youth, reserve and ladies matches at the ground but there are no plans for the Dons to move their home Nationwide League matches from Selhurst Park to the 6,125 capacity ground.

Dons fans cautiously welcomed the plans, Wimbledon Independent Supporters Association spokesman Kris Stewart said: At the moment we are concentrating our efforts in getting the club back to Plough Lane.

But for an academy, we cant see an objection at the moment to Kingsmeadow.

Wimbledon chairman Charles Koppel was guarded on the clubs immediate plans.

He said: We are very happy with our relationship not only with Kingstonian but also the individuals at the club.

We are looking at ways to continue the good relationship we have.

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League Cup Draw
Kingstonian have been drawn away to Basingstoke Town in the first round of the Isthmian League Cup on date to be decided. The full draw is shown below:

Aldershot Town v Croydon
Aylesbury United v Metropolitan Police
Barking & East Ham v Hampton & Richmond Borough
Basingstoke Town v Kingstonian
Boreham Wood v Leatherhead/Leyton Pennant
Braintree Town v Abingdon Town
Bromley v Billericay Town
Canvey Island v Lewes/Witham
Carshalton Athletic v Worthing
Chesham United v St Albans City
Corinthian Casuals v Whyteleafe
Dorking/Hertford v Hendon
Enfield v Egham Town
Ford United v Epsom & Ewell
Gravesend & Northfleet v Arlesey Town
Grays Athletic v Bedford Town
Harlow Town v Northwood
Harrow Borough v Camberley Town
Hemel Hempstead Town v Croydon Athletic
Hitchin Town v Walton & Hersham
Hornchrch/Wokingham v Bognor Regis Town
Hungerford Town v Maidenhead United
Marlow v Banstead Athletic
Molesey v Leighton Town
Oxford City v Bishop's Stortford
Purfleet v Yeading
Staines Town v Heybridge Swifts
Sutton United v Dulwich Hamlet
Thame United v Windsor & Eton
Uxbridge v Tooting & Mitcham
Wealdstone v Tilbury
Wembley v Slough Town
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Thursday 1st November 2001
Youth team continue to progress
A decent gathering of spectators at Kingsmeadow saw the youth team continue their fine run in the FA Youth Cup with a two-nil victory against Oxford United. Danny Collins knocked home the opening goal following a goalmouth scramble in the early stages, and a well taken effort by Chevon Cummings doubled the lead midway through the second half. The side travel to Yeovil Town in the second round next Tuesday, kicking off at 7.45pm.
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