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February 2006

Tuesday 28th February 2006
Banstead Athletic 0-4 Kingstonian
Kingstonian secured their biggest winning margin of the league season at Merland Rise tonight, making up ground in the table to move back into sixth position with a four-nil victory.

James Rose opened the scoring in the first half with a retaken penalty before Charley Side scored a neat goal to mark his first start for the club just before the break.

Banstead were reduced to nine men in the second half when Bobby George and later Alfie Bonso were both sent off for two bookable offences. K's furthered their winning margin in the closing stages with a powered header from Rose before substitute Mazin Ahmad scored from a corner with the final kick of the game.

Full details of the match can be found here.
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Ian McDonald on Banstead
Ian McDonald said lots of stuff after tonight's win - you can hear what he had to say by going here.
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Monday 27th February 2006
Cray match report
The fifth Cray report of the season is now available.
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Match posters
Posters advertising the upcoming four home games in March can be downloaded for distribution from the match posters page.
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Upcoming events
Dates for the diary towards the end of season include the next Kingstonian Golf Day on Wednesday 12th April and the End of Season Awards on Saturday 22nd April. Further details will be announced nearer the time.
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Sunday 26th February 2006
Ian McDonald on Cray
Ian McDonald gave us his thoughts on yesterday's two-all draw.
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Saturday 25th February 2006
Kingstonian 2-2 Cray Wanderers
The fifth and final meeting of the season between Kingstonian and Cray Wanderers ended all square this afternoon. The visitors twice took the lead, but were pegged back both times by a determined K's side.

Mazin Ahmad scored both goals - the first a superb strike from the edge of the box and the second from the penalty spot after a foul on Kenny Ojukwa. Cray's goals were similar - the first an even better strike than Ahmad's and the second a penalty after Alan Hughes had fouled. Martyn Lee was sent off for violent conduct with half an hour remaining.

Full details of this afternoon's match can be found here.
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Friday 24th February 2006
Charles Side
The club have signed striker Charles Side from Dulwich Hamlet. One of Hamlet's longest serving players with around a couple of hundred appearances, the 25 year old started his career as a teenager with Welling United in the Conference before a spell at Bromley.
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Wednesday 22nd February 2006
Leatherhead match report
The report of last night's penalty shoot-out victory is now available.
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Tuesday 21st February 2006
Leatherhead 1-1 Kingstonian (AET, 3-4 on penalties)
K's prgressed to the semi-finals of this season's Surrey Senior Cup after another penalty shoot-out. The game was goalless after ninety minutes, but when Michael Brady was shown a red card not long after the start of extra-time things looked bleak.

Up popped Scott Corbett to give the visitors an unlikely lead, but the scores were levelled just a minute later. And so to penalties.

The hero ended up being Julian Sills, who converted his penalty - Kingstonian's sixth - after the third miss of the evening for Leatherhead. K's eventually won the tie 4-3 on penalties.

Full details of the match - including the penalty shoot-out - can be found here.
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Ian McDonald on Leatherhead
The manager gave us his thoughts on tonight's penalty shoot-out win.
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Sunday 19th February 2006
Dulwich match report
The report of yesterday's one-nil win is now available.
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Saturday 18th February 2006
Dulwich Hamlet 0-1 Kingstonian
A turgid affair at Champion Hill this afternoon was settled by a stupendous strike from Martyn Lee. With five minutes remaining he smashed home a left-footer from thirty yards to send K's up into sixth place in the league.

Full details of the match can be found here.
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Ian McDonald on Dulwich
Ian McDonald spoke to us after today's match. You can hear what he had to say.
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Thursday 16th February 2006
Race night tomorrow
A reminder that the Kingstonian race night is tomorrow evening at Kingsmeadow, with doors opening at 7.30pm and the first race at 8.15pm.

Tickets, including the race card, will be on sale at the door costing just 3. Meanwhile, food will be available from 7.30pm-9.00pm.

Come along with your family and friends and support the club in what will be a great evening's entertainment!
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Wednesday 15th February 2006
Alimi's 200th Bash
Popular midfielder Bashiru Alimi recently played his 200th game for the K's - spanning back to the club's return to the Isthmian League in 2001, and well over double the appearances of any other current player.

Details of the presentation to mark the milestone following the Dover game can be found here.
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Tuesday 14th February 2006
Wayne Noad
Defender Wayne Noad has, following month at Camberley Town, joined Molesey.
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Monday 13th February 2006
Hastings game re-arranged
The home league game against Hastings United has been re-arranged for Monday 27th March 2006, kick off 7.45pm.
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Sunday 12th February 2006
Tooting match report
The report of yesterday's one-nil victory is now available
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Surrey Senior Cup final
The Surrey Senior Cup final has been arranged for Tuesday 2nd May, kick off 7.30pm, at Met Police's Imber Court ground.

Kingstonian travel to Leatherhead at the quarter final stages on Tuesday 21st February.
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Saturday 11th February 2006
Tooting & Mitcham United 0-1 Kingstonian
A James Rose strike just after the quarter hour mark was enough to seal an important win at Tooting's modern Imperial Fields ground earlier today.

Despite the late sending off of former Terror Steve Symes in the final minutes for two cautions, K's held firm against a side who by some way are the division's top scorers.

The line-up from today's match is now available.
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Friday 10th February 2006
Re-arranged games
The Surrey Senior cup quarter final at Leatherhead has been set for Tuesday 21st February, kick off 7.45pm.

The home league game against Hastings United, originally for Monday 20th February, has therefore been postponed to a later date to be announced.
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Dover match report
The slightly delayed report of Saturday's two-all draw is now available.
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Thursday 9th February 2006
Kingstonian U18 4-0 Godalming Town U18
The under 18's won four-nil against Godalming Town in the Southern Youth League last night, with all the goals, scored by Reece Jackson-Hughes (2), Ryan Jackson and Mark Jarman, coming in a storming second half performance.

Upcoming cup games see the K's travel to Colliers Wood United on Tuesday 21st February in the Southern Youth League Cup third round, whilst a trip to Godalming Town awaits in the Surrey Floodlit Cup semi final, pencilled in for Wednesday 1st March.

As the under 18's continue to progress, it is also worth noting that five of the team are from the highly rated under 16's (Mario Cavozzi, Ryan Jackson, Jack Murphy, Rob Sheridan, Richard Withers), whilst another five are only 16 years old (Bruce Archer, Paul Brady, Ed Cheung, Reece Jackson-Hughes, Tim Mellett).
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Wednesday 8th February 2006
Supporters Club quiz night
The Supporters Club will be holding a quiz night on Friday 24th February, 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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Tuesday 7th February 2006
Kingstonian race night
The club will be holding a race night on Friday 17th February at Kingsmeadow, with doors opening at 7.30pm for an 8.15pm start. Food will be available to order from 7.30pm to 9.00pm.

Tickets will be available on the night at the door costing 3, though advance purchases will greatly help the organisation of the event; either from Butch Shakespeare at the Tooting game on Saturday or through Triumph Trophies, Cambridge Road, Kingston, during the week (tel: 020 8541 5174).

Come along with your family and friends and support what will be a great evening's entertainment!
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Ashford match report
The report of last night's rare defeat is now available, introducing and thanking new match report Jonathan Burt.
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Monday 6th February 2006
Kingstonian 2-4 Ashford Town
Kingstonian's three-month unbeaten run in the Ryman League came to a shuddering halt with quick-fire Ashford hitting home four times at Kingsmeadow.

Joby Thorogood gave the visitors a two-goal lead before a goal-to-be-claimed by James Rose or Kenny Ojukwa pulled things back briefly. John Paul Collier took on all-comers to restore the two-goal margin just before half time.

Mazin Ahmad blasted home a fierce free kick in the final quarter before Collier again responded with devastating effect.

The line-up from tonight's match is now available.
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Ian McDonald on Ashford
You can now listen to tonight's post-match interview with manager Ian McDonald.
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Westfield match report
The report of last week's win on penalties is now available.
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Sunday 5th February 2006
End of season playoffs
The Football Association's Alliance Committee have confirmed the promotion play-off procedures for Season 2005/06, and in respect of the Ryman Football League (First Division) they will be as follows:

* Semi Finals - Tuesday 2nd May 2006
Club in 3rd place v Club in 6th place
Club in 4th place v Club in 5th place

* Final Saturday, 6th May 2006
Highest placed club will play at home
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Ian McDonald on Dover
You can now listen to yesterday's post-match interview with our brand new audio player! If you do have problems with it, please let us know at the usual address.
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Saturday 4th February 2006
Kingstonian 2-2 Dover Athletic
Kingstonian maintained their fine run of games, both currently in the league and historically against former Conference rivals Dover Athletic, with a two-all draw at Kingsmeadow.

The visitors took the lead towards the end of the first half when Julian Sills, under pressure from Craig Wilkins, could only manage a glancing header that looped over Jonty Venter and into the back of his own net.

Substitutes Kenny Ojukwa and Mazin Ahmad had an almost immediate impact as Kingstonian turned the game around with a couple of quick goals in the second period. Ojukwa neatly lifted the ball past veteran goalkeeper Paul Hyde before Ahmad converted a penalty given for handball by Craig Cloke. Shane Hamshare ensured the points were shared, however, with a low drive with less than a quarter of an hour remaining.

The line-up from today's match is now available.
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Thursday 2nd February 2006
Jonty Venter
The club have signed goalkeeper Jonty Venter from Tooting & Mitcham United. The 25 year old South African was in his second spell with the Terrors, having had a spell with Carshalton Athletic at the beginning of the season.
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Wednesday 1st February 2006
Cobham U18 1-1 Kingstonian U18
The under 18's drew one-all with Cobham in the Southern Youth League East division, with Reece Jackson-Hughes opening the scoring for the K's with a 7th minute volley. Mark Knight equalised from the spot in the 76th minute.

Meanwhile, defender Mark Jarman made his debut for the senior team in Tuesday night's Surrey Cup win at Westfield.
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