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October 2005

Sunday 30th October 2005
Andrew Julius
The club have signed versatile defender Andrew Julius from Bromley. Having started as a Crystal Palace trainee, Andrew has also been with Crawley Town and Redbridge (formerly Ford United).
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Saturday 29th October 2005
Kingstonian 1-2 Dulwich Hamlet
Two second half goals from Miguel De Souza were enough to give Dulwich a win against a much-changed Kingstonian earlier today, despite a headed Kenny Ojukwa goal briefly bringing the sides level.

The line-up can be found here.
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Friday 28th October 2005
Enclosure still closed
The Enclosure terracing at Kingsmeadow will again be closed for tomorrow's match against Dulwich Hamlet. This is because the improvements have not yet been completed, with the stand now expected to be open for K's following home game against Tonbridge.
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Thursday 27th October 2005
Supporters Club coaches
Details for all coaches to aways games until the end of the year can now be found on the Supporters Club Coaches page.
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Wednesday 26th October 2005
Two come on loan as Dickens departs
Two players have joined on a month's loan from Conference South side Lewes. Nick Fogden is a central midfielder who had a loan spell at Hastings United at the start of the season, whilst Ryan Bradley also comes over from the Rooks.

Meanwhile, midfielder Ian Dickens has left the club in search of first team football. The club would like to thank Ian for all his efforts and wish him the best for the future.
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Tuesday 25th October 2005
Banstead match report
Simon Grier's version of last night's game is now available.
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Monday 24th October 2005
Kingstonian 0-0 Banstead Athletic
K's played out a second consecutive scoreless draw in the league tonight, with Julian Sills again going closest with a second half header against the woodwork.

The line-up can be found here.
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Raising the level
The Enclosure at Kingsmeadow - the side terracing opposite the main stand - will be closed for tonight's match against Banstead Athletic. This is due to works to improve the shallow terracing, which should be completed in time for Saturday's match.
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Sunday 23rd October 2005
Coming through the ranks
The club's youth policy is starting to bear fruit with a further five members of the Southern Youth League U18's side signing Ryman League forms this week, joining Paul Brady and Christian Gonzales who were both on the bench in the last first team match.

The players are Cesare Cornelli (goalkeeper), Mark Jarman (defender), Tim Mellett (defender) and Creag Wilson (defender/striker), Sandro Palladino (striker). Follow the progress of the U18's team here.
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Surrey Senior Cup
Kingstonian will travel to Chessington & Hook United on Tuesday 13th December, kick off 7.45pm, in this season's opening game in the Surrey Senior Cup.
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Saturday 22nd October 2005
Defensive move
Two defenders have joined the club following today's training session. Ryan Adams is a full back previously with Croydon Athletic and Tooting & Mitcham, whilst Wayne Noad has experience at Cove, Basingstoke Town, Molesey, Fleet Town and most recently briefly at Chertsey Town.
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Upcoming match posters
Upcoming match posters advertising the next three Kingstonian home games (Banstead, Dulwich and Tonbridge) can be downloaded for distribution from the match posters page.
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Friday 21st October 2005
Aveley match report
Kevin O'Connor's version of Wednesdays one-nil win is now available.
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Jim will fix it
Kingstonian FC and its chairman Jim Cochrane are featured in the current Autumn 2005 issue of Livin' Kingston - a free publication distrbuted to all local households by the Royal Borough of Kingston. The piece can be found here.
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Thursday 20th October 2005
Mark Watson
Striker Mark Watson has been released from his registation with Kingstonian FC following a mutual agreement between the player and club.
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Wednesday 19th October 2005
Aveley 0-1 Kingstonian
A fine Kenny Ojukwa strike just before the half hour mark was enough to send K's through to the next round of the FA Trophy, where a trip to Fleet Town awaits on Saturday 12th November.

The line-up can be found here.
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Former managers roundup
Ex-Kingstonian manager Steve Sedgley has joined Luton Town as a youth team coach. The former Tottenham Hotspur player was widely praised for his approach to management at Ks, with the team under his stewardship affectionately known as the Sedglings.

His successor at the helm at Kingsmeadow, Kim Harris, meanwhile has enjoyed a return to Walton Casuals, linking up again with former Ks striker Greg Ball currently the top scorer in the Ryman League First Division.

Leading on to last seasons player/manager Scott Steele, who is now involved at GLS Football Hellenic League Division One East big spenders Bisley. Steele is in familiar company, with his former assistant Andy Clement now football development manager at the club, whilst Danny Collyer has joined the playing staff.
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Tuesday 18th October 2005
Two in, two out
Goalkeeper Jon Ashwood and midfielder Mark Rhodes have left the club, to join Molesey and Farnham Town respectively.

Replacing them in the squad are Kingstonian Under 18's goalkeeper Paul Brady and Paul Wetherall from Leatherhead.
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Monday 17th October 2005
Met Police game re-arranged
The away league fixture at Met Police, originally having been moved to this Tuesday, has been re-arranged for Tuesday 17th January, kick off 7.45pm.
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Supporters Club coach to Aveley
The Supporters Club will be running a 25-seater coach to the FA Trophy replay at Aveley this Wednesday, leaving Kingsmeadow at 5.00pm. Full details can be found here.
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Sunday 16th October 2005
Kingstonian 2-2 Aveley
A Mazin Ahmad goal direct from a corner thirteen minutes from time earned K's a replay with Aveley at Kingsmeadow this afternoon. Ahmad had given K's the lead mid-way through the first-half, but the Southern League Eastern's bottom-placed team hit back with a goal each side of the break.

The replay will take place this coming Wednesday evening - full details will follow tomorrow. This Tuesday's league match at Metropolitan Police is therefore cancelled.
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Aveley match report
Darren Bell's version of this afternoon's two-all draw is now available.
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Saturday 15th October 2005
Kingstonian Trophy hopes
The Football Association website has featured a piece on Kingstonian and the FA Trophy, with insight from manager Ian McDonald. The article can be found here.
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Friday 14th October 2005
Upcoming suspension
Martyn Lee will be suspended for the home fixtures against Banstead Athletic and Dulwich Hamlet towards the end of the month following his sending off at Corinthian Casuals last Saturday.
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Thursday 13th October 2005
Aveley cup dates
A reminder that this weekend's FA Trophy tie at home to Aveley will kick off at 3pm on SUNDAY. The league game away to Met Police next Tuesday is dependant on cup replays not being required, and should K's require a trip back to Aveley this will be on WEDNESDAY evening, kicking off at 7.45pm.
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Wednesday 12th October 2005
Cray Wanderers game re-arranged
The away league fixture at Cray Wanderers, originally scheduled for Saturday-week, has been re-arranged for Tuesday 20th December, kick off 7.45pm, following Cray's continued involvement in the FA Cup.
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Tuesday 11th October 2005
Supporters Club quiz night
The Supporters Club will be holding a quiz night on Friday 28th October, starting at 7.45pm, at St John's Parish Hall, Grove Lane, Kingston.

Admission will be 6 upon entry to include a fish/sausage/chicken/veggie supper. With no bar available, attendees are invited to bring their own drinks.
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Monday 10th October 2005
Casuals match report
The report of Saturday's nil-all draw is now available.
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Saturday 8th October 2005
Corinthian Casuals 0-0 Kingstonian
A late rally was not enough to gain K's maximum points against Corinthian Casuals today, with a Scott Corbett header off the line and a Julian Sills effort against the bar the closest they came in a game of few chances. To further compound matters Martyn Lee was sent off at the request of the linesman in the final minutes for foul and abusive language.

The line-up can be found here.
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Tuesday 4th October 2005
Bashley match report
The report of last night's one-nil win is now available.
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Players released
Midfielder Scott Bennetts, left-sided player Brahim Eloumani and striker Paul Vines have all been released as Ian McDonald trims his squad.
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Monday 3rd October 2005
Kingstonian 1-0 Bashley
Kingstonian came through a physical encounter to grab three points at the expense of Bashley tonight, courtesy of a Kenny Ojukwa goal just before half time. Scott Corbett came closest to extending the advantage with a header against the woodwork in the second half, but K's held firm to secure a welcome win.

The line-up can be found here.
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Sunday 2nd October 2005
Horsham match report
The report of yesterday's two-one home defeat is now available.
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Saturday 1st October 2005
Kingstonian 1-2 Horsham
K's went down by the odd goal in three to a strong Horsham side despite taking a deserved lead in the sixteenth minute through Kenny Ojukwa. The Hornets managed to equalise just after the stroke of half time through a deflected Matt Geard strike. And Lee Carney took advantage of an opening to strike their winner just nine minutes from time.

The line-up can be found here.
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