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August 2004

Tuesday 31st August 2004
Players released
The club have confirmed that Joe Frimpong, Aaron Gilbert, Jermaine Hinds and Darren Penfold have been released.
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Monday 30th August 2004
Kingstonian 0-1 Yeading
An excellent DJ Campbell strike in the eighteenth minute was enough to secure the points for league leaders Yeading at Kingstonian today.

Full details can be found here.
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Windsor match report
The report of Saturday's game can now be found here.
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Salisbury match report
The report of Tuesday's game can now be found here.
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Saturday 28th August 2004
Windsor & Eton 1-0 Kingstonian
Lewis Cook's stunning fourteenth minute strike proved to be the decisive strike of an evenly contested game at Stag Meadow. With the continuation of the game in some doubt with an injured assistant referee at half time, qualified referee and K's Web man Gary Ekins stepped in to run the line.

Full details can be found here.
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Thursday 26th August 2004
Kim Harris
Kingstonian FC wish to announce that Kim Harris has stepped down as team manager of the club with immediate effect. The club would like to put on record its thanks to Kim for all the hard work and effort he has put in over the past few seasons both on and off the pitch in what has arguably been the most difficult period in the near 120 year history of the club.

In the interim, player/assistant manager Scott Steele will be taking over all managerial responsibilities starting with this Saturday's away Ryman Premier fixture at Windsor & Eton. I know that everybody will want to join together in getting behind Scott and the boys.

Graham Richards
Club Secretary - Kingstonian FC
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Tuesday 24th August 2004
Salisbury City 1-0 Kingstonian
A strike from Matt Tubbs in the 80th minute was enough to secure the points for the home side in a tightly balanced match at the Raymond McEnhill Stadium this evening.

Full details can be found here.
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Surrey Senior Cup
Kingstonian will travel to Whyteleafe in the second round of the Surrey Senior Cup on a date to be confirmed between 29/11/04 - 14/12/04. Whoever progresses will be away to the winners of the AFC Wimbledon v Chessington Utd tie.
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Monday 23rd August 2004
Triumph Trophies golf day
The second Triumph Trophies Golf Day will take place on Wednesday 8th September 2004 at Coombe Wood Golf Club, where the profits will be split between Kingstonian FC and Kingstonian Youth.

The format is 18 Holes of Stableford Golf followed by an Evening Meal. The 1st tee-off time is 1.30pm, and we will have prizes for the winner, runner-up, third Place, nearest the pin and longest drive. There will also be an auction in the evening. The cost is £45.00 (golf and meal), £30.00 (golf only), £20.00 (meal only). For booking forms please contact Butch on 020 8541 5174.

The last golf day in April was a huge success with players and management from the club including Kim Harris, Scott Steele, Scott Smith and Martyn Williams all taking part in the event.
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Triumph Trophies 5-a-side tournament
The third bi-annual Triumph Trophies K's 5-a-side football tournament will take place on Sunday October 24th 2004 on the 5-a-side pitches at Kingsmeadow Fitness and Leisure Centre adjacent to the home of Kingstonian FC.

Triumph Trophies are run by longtime K's Supporter Butch Shakespeare who has not only sponsored the last two tournaments but is also sponsoring the end of season awards for all the teams who play for Kingstonian Youth. Butch has also helped raise thousands of pounds for Kingstonian Youth, the K's Trust and Kingstonian Supporters Club over the past few years.

The event will start at 12pm and the cost of entry for a team of 8 players will be £50. Players must be aged 16 years old or over on the day of the tournament. This event will be sponsored by Triumph Trophies and all profits will go to Kingstonian Youth 2004. Closing date for entries will be Friday October 8th 2004, operating on a first come first served basis.

Available for download are the tournament rules and entry form.
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Saturday 21st August 2004
Heybridge match report
The report of today's game can be found here, with thanks to Simon Grier.
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Kingstonian 1-2 Heybridge Swifts
Despite taking the lead through a Greg Ball header just after the hour mark, K's were pegged back by a quick response from Heybridge substitute Sean Mark before Kelly-John Pollard scored a late winner for the visitors.

Full details can be found here.
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Playing squad 2004/05
The players page has been updated to reflect the full Kingstonian FC squad and is now accompanied by a group photo taken before today's game. Invidual player photos will be updated over the next few days.
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Friday 20th August 2004
Wally Howse/Arthur Luckett
It is with much sadness that two men linked with Kingstonian have recently passed away.

The death of Wally Howse, at 87 years of age one of the club's longest-serving fans and father of former K's coach Clive, was marked by a minute's silence before the Wealdstone game.

Pat Keating also informs us that Arthur Luckett, a K's regular and father of former K's player Colin, has passed away.

The club would like to extend their condolences to both families.
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Coaches to upcoming away games
Details of Supporters Club coaches can be found on the fixtures page for the following upcoming away games - Salisbury, Windsor & Eton, Tonbridge Angels.

In encouraging juniors to follow K's away, under 16's can travel for even less than concession prices - usually at around half the listed amount.

As ever, please be considerate with the timing of calls made to Tim Wells. Booking deadlines for Saturday coaches are Wednesdays at 9pm.

Meanwhile the new supporters club membership form can now be downloaded from here.
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Thursday 19th August 2004
Match posters
Posters promoting all K's games at Kingsmeadow up until the the end of September can be downloaded from the match posters page.
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Supporters Club quiz night
The supporters club will be holding a quiz night tomorrow (Friday) at St Johns Parish Hall, Grove Lane, Kingston upon Thames.

Kick-off is 7.30pm and the admission price is £2. Please bring a bit more if you want fish and chips, whilst you are welcome to bring your own drinks.
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Monday 16th August 2004
Kingstonian 0-0 Wealdstone
The first Monday night game of the season at Kingsmeadow produced a point against Wealdstone in a game of few chances. Both goalkeepers made an excellent apiece - Lance Key from Marvin Morgan and Andy Carter from Reggie Savage - to ensure that the game finished scoreless.

Full details can be found here.
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Sunday 15th August 2004
New Kit
The club are pleased to announce links with new technical supplier, Doque & Ferretti Sport, who will produce kit for all teams playing under the Kingstonian banner.

Last season's match-issue shirts are now therefore available from the club shop, with player kit sponsors invited to collect their shirts at any upcoming home game. Some of the (Nike) away shirts will be available for purchase at £20.
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Saturday 14th August 2004
Leyton 3-1 Kingstonian
A Greg Ball goal wasn't enough to beat ten-man Leyton this afternoon as the home side came from behind to take all three points at the Leyton Stadium with goals from Leli Bajada, Paul Armstrong and former K's man Chris Bangura.

Full details can be found here.
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Kim Harris on Leyton
Kim spoke to us after yesterday's game and you can hear his views from the audio page.

Sorry for the delay - technical difficulties...
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Wednesday 11th August 2004
Kingstonian 1-1 Crawley Town
K's drew one-one with a below strength Crawley Town side this evening. Reggie Savage scored the goal for the home side in the first half, with the visitors replying just before the break.

The K's line-up (with thanks to Robert Wooldridge) was as follows:

1 Lance Key
2 Fraser Muscat
3 Joe Frimpong
4 Jermaine Hinds
5 Matt Bradford
6 Martyn Lee
7 Liam Collins
8 Bashiru Alimi
9 Reggie Savage
10 Greg Ball
11 Dave Timothy

14 Adrian Graham
16 Daniel Cunningham
17 Tommy Cass
18 Scott Steele
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Sunday 8th August 2004
Kingstonian v Crawley Town
The club have announced an additional friendly for this coming Wednesday night versus Crawley Town. The match will kick-off at 7.45pm at Kingsmeadow with entrance costing £6 adults, £4 OAPs/students and £2 for children.
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Leyton v Kingstonian - parking
The club have received a letter from Leyton regarding parking for next Saturday's match. It reads:
I would appreciate your co-operation regarding parking on match days. To avoid upsetting our neighbours at The Hair & Hounds Public House, could you please convey to your Committee, Management, players and travelling supporters that they do not allow their car park to be used for football parking and enforce this with clamping, so please help us by not parking there.

Should the club car park be full, ample parking is available in the industrial estate adjacent to the B & Q store.
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Saturday 7th August 2004
Walton & Hersham 3-1 Kingstonian
Martyn Williams scored the only goal for K's as the third successive friendly was lost. The K's first-half line-up (with thanks to Phil Windeatt) was as follows:

1 Lance Key
2 Darren Penfold
3 Dean Souyana
4 John Coke
5 Adrian Ward
6 Leon White
7 Mazene Ahmed
8 Giles Coke
9 Josh Francois (sub 23mins, Greg Ball)
10 Ishmaeli
11 Mark Scotchman
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Tuesday 3rd August 2004
Kingstonian 1-4 AFC Wimbledon
A final scoreline not entirely reflective of the game, AFC Wimbledon won the Trevor Jones Memorial Trophy with a late surge of three goals in the final five minutes at Kingsmeadow.

Jamie Taylor had given the visitors the lead in the second minute when knocking home a close range effort following a fine Lance Key save before Matt Bradford levelled the scores in the twenty-sixth minute with a fine looping header.

At times dominating during the mid-section of the game, K's failed to capitalise just after the hour mark when Scott Steele had a penalty saved by Danny Naisbitt. As K's continued to change almost every player on the field, the initiative went back to the Dons who struck in quick succession through a Matt Everard header, a second Jamie Taylor strike and another goal in the final minute by Joe Sheerin.

The K's lined up as follows:
1 Lance Key (13 Barry Marchena)
2 Luke Ballbeck (14 Mazzine Ahmed)
3 Joe Frimpong (15 Anthony Savage)
4 Jermaine Hinds (4 Matt Elverson)
5 Matt Bradford
6 Martyn Williams (18 Unknown) (17 Unknown)
7 Liam Collins
8 Matt Pattison (16 Scott Steele)
9 Greg Ball (12 Araon Gilbert)
10 Martyn Lee (19 Ashley McDonald)
11 Bashiru Alimi
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Monday 2nd August 2004
Trevor Jones Memorial Trophy
Tomorrow evening sees Kingstonian host AFC Wimbledon for the Trevor Jones Memorial Trophy (previously the Kingsmeadow Cup) - in memory of the K's goalkeeper who tragically died last season. Trevor's parents will kindly be providing the trophies and medals for the teams, whilst also nominating a charity to benefit from a collection on the day.

Admission prices will once again be below league match rates:
Stand - £8 Adult, £6 OAP/Student, £3 Junior
Terrace - £6 Adult, £4 OAP/Student, £2 Junior
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