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September 2005

Thursday 29th September 2005
Didier Moundi
Former Kingstonian defender Didier Moundi has been granted international clearance to complete a move to Spanish third division side Caravaca CF (Murcia). In his brief spell with the K's Didier was called up by the then reigning Olympic champions Cameroon to face the Ivory Coast, DR Congo and Mali.
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Tuesday 27th September 2005
Upcoming suspensions - updated
The suspensions received following the red card fest at Cray in the FA Cup will now take place for the following matches, given recent match cancellations.

Mazin Ahmad will miss the Horsham, Bashley and Corinthian Casuals games, whilst Michael Brady will miss the Horsham game. Damian Panter is no longer at the club.
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Sunday 25th September 2005
Met Police game re-arranged
The away league fixture at Met Police, originally due for this Tuesday, has been re-arranged for Tuesday 18th October 2005, kick off 7.45pm. This is due to the Blues' FA Cup replay against Hendon, and subject to neither side requiring a replay in upcoming FA Trophy matches.
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Saturday 24th September 2005
Mayoral visit
Kingstonian FC are very proud to announce that The Worshipful the Mayor Councillor Yogan Yoganathan and the Deputy Mayor Councillor Ghazala Hayat will be attending their Ryman Football League home fixture on Saturday 1st October against Horsham. This is the third time that the Mayor has attended a home fixture in the past few months.

The club will be holding a collection at the game for the three local charities nominated by the Mayor for his year in office. The charities are; Save the World Club, Magic Roundabout and the Milaap Centre. Further details can be obtained from mayorsoffice@rbk.kingston.gov.uk

Club Secretary Graham Richards said that, "the club is delighted at the support it receives from both the Royal Borough and the Mayor & Deputy Mayor and is looking forward to other projects they can work jointly together on, which will be of beneficial interest for everyone within the Royal Borough."
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Friday 23rd September 2005
Match posters
Upcoming match posters advertising the next four Kingstonian home games can be downloaded for distribution from the match posters page.
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Wednesday 21st September 2005
Ashford match report
The report of yesterday's game can be found here.
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Tuesday 20th September 2005
Ashford Town 2-1 Kingstonian
Ashford Town of Kent picked up their first points of the season with a battling performance. The home side, fortunate to keep eleven men on the field after K's debutant Mark Watson was pulled down when through on goal, struck an early counter-punch with a goal just after the half hour mark.

A late Kingstonian revival saw Scott Corbett equalise with ten minutes remaining and Watson have a subsequent goal disallowed before the hosts grabbed all three points from a scrambled free kick in the final minutes.

The line-up can be found here.
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Striking changes
Striker Mark Watson has signed for the club from Worthing, making his competitive debut for K's in tonight's game. Meanwhile, Damian Panter has been released.
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Monday 19th September 2005
Physio appointed
The club are pleased to welcome Ken Weaver to the first team staff in the position of physiotherapist. Ken has won numerous awards and representative honours in his role, which has covered 877 first team games for Newport IoW, Cove, Camberley Town, Egham Town, Fleet Town and Molesey.
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Sunday 18th September 2005
Burgess Hill Town match report
The report of yesterday's three-one win at Leylands Park is now available.
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Saturday 17th September 2005
Burgess Hill Town 1-3 Kingstonian
Kingstonian picked up their third straight league win at a sunny Burgess Hill today. Martyn Lee got the scoring underway in the eighth minute with a fine strike from the edge of the box in a half which K's dominated, only for former striker Jean-Serge Musungu to strike an equaliser on the stroke of half time.

A tighter second half saw K's re-take the ascendancy in the final quarter when Kenny Ojukwa was upended by the goalkeeper in the box, allowing Mazin Ahmad to convert the spot kick. Ojukwa made sure of the result in the final minutes with a well take goal of his own.

The line-up can be found here.
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Tuesday 13th September 2005
Tonbridge game re-arranged
The home league fixture against Tonbridge Angels has been re-arranged for Monday 7th November 2005, kick off 7.45pm, following the Angels' last gasp progress in the FA Cup.
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Monday 12th September 2005
Supporters Club coaches - league games
The supporters club will be running coaches to twelve away games in the league this season, all in luxury coaches supplied by Anderson Travel. Full details covering a new coach travel season ticket can be found on the new Supporters Club Coaches page.

To book a place for the two upcoming coaches to Burgess Hill Town and Ashford Town (Kent) only please call Colin Deadman on (020) 8549 6453. Gary Winters remains the contact for all other matches.
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Sunday 11th September 2005
Cray match report
The report of yesterday's activities can be found here.
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Saturday 10th September 2005
Cray Wanderers 4-1 Kingstonian
K's were dispatched from this season's FA Cup by a physical Cray Wanderers side who took a three-nil lead into half time, with a goal in the opening minute and a further two just before the stroke of half time.

An extraordinary second half saw the hosts add a fourth and K's grab a late consolation from a penalty at the third time of taking, but the real drama came from the referee's top pocket. Mazin Ahmad, Michael Brady and Damian Panter were sent off for Kingstonian, with David Gray, Tony Russell and Leigh Bremner dismissed for Cray as an ill-tempered match finished eight-a-side. Cray won the card count too, as assistant manager Joe Francis was shown red after the final whistle.

The line-up can be found here.
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Thursday 8th September 2005
Lymington match report
The report of Tuesday's game can be found here.
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League to develop new competitions?
As part of the development of the Ryman Football League, the league's board of directors have agreed to explore the introduction in season 2006/07 of two new knockout cup competitions for member clubs - a Veteran's Cup and a Women's Cup. Kingstonian FC will, as a result, look to assess any initial interest/possibilities in these areas.
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Tuesday 6th September 2005
Lymington & New Milton 2-0 Kingstonian
An under-strength Kingstonian side were knocked out of the Westview (League) Cup tonight following headed goals in the 8th and 72nd minutes for the south coast hosts.

The line-up can be found here.
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Monday 5th September 2005
Supporters Club coaches - cup games
The supporters club will be running coaches to the upcoming cup games:

  • Lymington & New Milton this Tuesday, leaving Kingsmeadow at 4.30pm. Prices will be 14 adults, 11 concessions, 5.50 juniors.

  • Cray Wanderers (at Bromley FC) this Saturday, leaving Kingsmeadow at 12.30pm. Prices will be 10 adults, 7 concessions, 3.50 juniors.

    All coaches will be supplied by Anderson Travel, with the above being a luxury 49-seater including toilet, drinks machine and DVD system. To book a place please call Gary Winters on (020) 8949 7626.
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    Sunday 4th September 2005
    Molesey match report
    The report of yesterday's game can be found here.
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    Saturday 3rd September 2005
    Kingstonian 2-1 Molesey
    Kingstonian overturned the setback of conceding a third minute goal to secure another win, courtesy of a Mazin Ahmad penalty around the half hour mark and a second half Tony Reid header.

    The line-up can be found here.
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