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May 2004

Sunday 30th May 2004
Pre-season friendlies - updated
The list of pre-season friendlies is currently as follows:

Tue Jul 13th TBA (A)
Sat Jul 17th TBA (A)
Tue Jul 20th Farnham Town (A)
Sat Jul 24th TBA (A)
Tue Jul 27th Dorking (A)
Sat Jul 31st TBA (H)
Tue Aug 3rd AFC Wimbledon (H)
Sat Aug 7th Walton & Hersham (A)
Wed Aug 11th TBA (H)

Further details will of course be made available as soon as things become definite.
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Thursday 27th May 2004
Next season's FA Cup/Trophy dates
FA Cup

Extra Preliminary - 28th August
Preliminary - 4th September
1st Qualifying - 18th September
2nd Qualifying - 2nd October
3rd Qualifying - 16th October
4th Qualifying - 30th October
1st Proper - 13th November
2nd Proper - 4th December
3rd proper - 8th January
4th Proper - 29th January
5th Proper - 19th February
6th Proper - 12th March
Semi Final - 16th April
Final - 21st May

FA Trophy

1st Qualifying - 11th September
1st Proper - 6th November
2nd Proper - 27th November
3rd proper - 15th January
4th Proper - 5th February
5th Proper - 26th February
6th Proper - 12th March
Semi Final - 2nd/9th April
Final - 22nd May
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Monday 24th May 2004
Lewes match report
The report of the Isthmian League Play-off Final is now available - with apologies for the delay.
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Sunday 16th May 2004
End of season awards and presentations
Last night's presentations evening saw the following awards handed out:

Supporters' Club Player of the Year - Lance Key
Players' Player of the Year - Max Hustwick
Manager's Player of the Year - Max Hustwick

Man of the Match (Hornchurch) - Max Hustwick
Man of the Month (April) - Scott Smith

Special Award - Kim Harris
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Carshalton match report
The report of the final league match of the season is now available.
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Thursday 13th May 2004
Harrow match report
The report of the first playoff game is now available.
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Wednesday 12th May 2004
Saturday at Kingsmeadow
This Saturday sees the first 11-a-side Dons Trust v K's Trust match at Kingsmeadow Stadium, kicking off at 3pm. Players must be members of the trust and should report to K's team manager Gary Anstead ( at 2pm. Everybody who turns up will feature at some stage during the match, whilst the participation cost is expected to be 5 (payable to organiser Warren Harvey to cover prizes etc).

Later in the evening will be the K's End of Season Awards and Presentation Evening. Admission is free and there will be a free buffet & disco. Doors open at 7.30pm.
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Monday 10th May 2004
Isthmian League 2004/05
The FA website has confirmed the teams making up next seasons Isthmian League:

Billericay Town
Braintree Town
Chelmsford City
Dover Athletic
Folkestone Invicta
Hampton & Richmond Borough
Harrow Borough
Heybridge Swifts
Salisbury City
Slough Town
Staines Town
Tonbridge Angels
Windsor & Eton

AFC Wimbledon
Ashford Town (Kent)
Banstead Athletic
Burgess Hill Town
Corinthian Casuals
Cray Wanderers (subject to confirmation)
Croydon Athletic
Dulwich Hamlet
Hastings United
Metropolitan Police
Newport I.o.W.
Tooting & Mitcham United
Walton & Hersham
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Sunday 9th May 2004
Non-League restructuring
According to, next year's Isthmian Premier League will be made up of the following 22 teams:

Billericay Town , Braintree Town, Chelmsford City, Cheshunt, Dover Athletic, Eastleigh, Folkestone Invicta, Hampton and Richmond, Harrow Borough, Hendon, Heybridge Swifts, Kingstonian, Leyton, Northwood, Salisbury City, Slough Town, Staines Town, Tonbridge Angels, Wealdstone, Windsor and Eton, Worthing, Yeading

Confirmation is expected from the FA tomorrow (Monday).
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Saturday 8th May 2004
Lewes 1-0 Kingstonian
Today's play-off final saw Lewes claim the place in next season's Conference South. A first half goal from Warren Haughton was enough to defeat K's, who will start next season in the Ryman Premier League.

Full details of the match are available here.
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Friday 7th May 2004
Tomorrow's match - IMPORTANT
After a decision from the Football Association, Kingstonian will tomorrow play Lewes away (note away, not at Harrow Borough) and NOT St Albans City. The correct interpretation of the play-offs, as carried out by the Doc Martens and Unibond Leagues, was not followed by the Ryman League who did not correctly interpret the original instructions from the Alliance Committee.

The club obviously apologises to all supporters for the confusion and will be in touch with the Ryman League in the very near future.

To confirm, tomorrow's Isthmian League play-off matches are:

Lewes v Kingstonian
Bedford Town v St Albans City
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Supporters' Club coach to Harrow
Please note that the Supporters' Club coach to Harrow will leave at 12:30. It will leave from OUTSIDE the ground, as AFC Wimbledon are playing at Kingsmeadow tomorrow.
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Thursday 6th May 2004
Isthmian League play-off - update
Saturday's match will be played at Harrow Borough with a 3pm kick-off. Some assistance may be required on the day - if you are available please email Graham Richards at
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Isthmian League play-off
Club Secretary Graham Richards has just confirmed that K's will actually be playing St Albans City in the play-off on Saturday. The match will be played at a neutral venue as Kingsmeadow is unavailable and the league have refused permission for the match to be moved to Friday evening.

At this time the venue cannot be confirmed.
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K's v St Albans - Supporters' Club coach
The Supporters' Club will be running a coach to Harrow on Saturday. It will leave from outside Kingsmeadow, on Kingston Road, at 12.30 to avoid the expected crowds at the football ground. The cost will be £8 adults and £5 concessions. To book places please phone Tim Wells on 020 8942 9830 as soon as possible.
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Kim Harris Interview on Clubcall
On the official Ryman League Clubcall line tooday (until the weekend), we speak to Kingstonian boss Kim Harris to look forward to the play-off final and also to talk about the club's off the field problems. The interview can be heard by telephoning 09066 555 777 - calls cost 60p per minute.
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Wednesday 5th May 2004
Harrow Borough 0-0 Kingstonian (2-4 on penalties)
Kingstonian progressed to the final of the Isthmian League Play-offs this evening after a dour nil-nil draw was ended with a shoot-out. Craig Lewington, Mark Beard and Stafford Browne scored, with Lance Key saving two Harrow penalties to put K's 3-1 up. Grant Payne then hit the bar with what could have been the winner, but Scott Steele made sure with the fifth and final penalty.

K's now play Lewes at home, but the day/time of this match has not yet been decided. The club hope to announce the details of this match some time tomorrow morning and we will of course bring you that information as soon as it is made available.
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Tuesday 4th May 2004
Kingstonian FC Limited
Mr Khosla tonight confirmed that he has withdrawn his offer to sell Kingstonian FC Limited and its associated liabilities to The K's Trust for a pound. He stated that his main reason for doing so was that the Trust refused to pay the Kingstonian players until a legally binding contract was signed.

The Trust is obviously disappointed by this decision and will meet in the near future to decide its next course of action. In accepting Mr Khosla's decision, the Trust would like to thank all of the K's supporters for their support over the past twelve months. Since the formation of the Trust in April 2003, just under £8000 has been given to the Limited Company, with Trust Board Members and other volunteers also giving up countless hours to help run the football club.

Mr Khosla tonight also informed Gary Ekins (formerly Press Officer) that he may no longer speak on behalf of the club until the Chairman and he have met.
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Kingstonian Youth 2004 - Football Trials
In the next few weeks we will be formally relaunching Kingstonian Football Club's youth football set-up and we are looking for young people interested in signing up to play in the teams next season - from under 7's right up to under 16's.

Trials (FOR BOYS AND GIRLS) will be held on 15th and 22nd May 2004 at Weston Green Sports Club, Longmead Road, Thames Ditton, Surrey. On both days, the timings are as follows:

09.30 - 11:00:
Under 7's (01/08/97 - 31/07/98)
Under 8's (01/08/96 - 31/07/97)
Under 9's (01/08/95 - 31/07/96)
Under 10's (01/08/94 - 31/07/95)
Under 11's (01/08/93 - 31/07/94)

11:30 - 13:00:
Under 12's (01/08/92 - 31/07/93)
Under 13's (01/08/91 - 31/07/92)
Under 14's (01/08/90 - 31/07/91)

13:30 - 15:00:
Under 15's (01/08/89 - 31/07/90)
Under 16's (01/08/88 - 31/07/89)

All trialists should wear comfortable clothing and footwear (football boots!), shin pads and bring drinking water with them. Weston Green Tea Bar will be open all day for drinks and snacks.

Trialists can register on the day and everybody is welcome. If you are interested in getting involved in this exciting opportunity to play youth football under the banner of the Kingston's premier football club, please come along and get involved.

If you have any queries please contact our youth secretary on 020 8549 6453 or by email at

Andrew Carberry,
Vice-Chair of the K's Trust
and Chairman of Kingstonian Youth 2004
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Monday 3rd May 2004
Harrow v K's - Supporters' Club coach
The Supporters' Club will be running a coach to Harrow on Wednesday. It will leave Kingsmeadow at 5.30pm, and if people want to go they should call Tim Wells on 020 8942 9830 by tomorrow evening.
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End of Season Awards and Presentation Evening
On Saturday 15th of May there will be the K's End of Season Awards and Presentation Evening. Admission is free. Free buffet and disco. Doors open at 7.30pm.
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Sunday 2nd May 2004
Harrow Borough v Kingstonian
This match has been confirmed to take place on Wednesday 5th May, kick-off 7.30pm.
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Saturday 1st May 2004
Carshalton Athletic 2-1 Kingstonian
Despite a stupendous opening goal from Scott Steele, Carshalton won the final league match of the season with two second-half goals. Lance Key was forced to leave the field immediately after the second goal, with Liam Collins taking over in goal.

The result leaves K's in 18th place in the league table, playing Harrow Borough in the play-off (see below).

Full details of this afternoon's match are available here.
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Ryman League play-offs
Kingstonian will play away at Harrow Borough in the first of hopefully two play-off matches this week. The match at Harrow is provisionally scheduled for Wednesday evening - details will be confirmed as soon as possible.
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Scott Steele on Carshalton
Goalscorer/player/coach Scott Steele spoke to us after today's match and you can hear his views via the audio page.
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