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May 2006

Wednesday 31st May 2006
Statement from the chairman
Kingstonian chairman Jimmy Cochrane has tonight announced that, following lengthy talks and subject to documentation, a deal has been agreed which will see Mark Anderson take over as chairman/owner of the club.

Cochrane added that he would like to extend his sincerest thanks to everyone who has helped and supported the club during his tenure.
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First team coach appointed
Kingstonian FC are pleased to announce that Mark Harris has been appointed First Team Coach, and will once again work with Stuart McIntyre, to whom he was assistant manager at Bromley.

Harris, 42, is a popular former Kingstonian player with a decade of playing experience in the Football League with Swansea City, Gillingham and Cardiff City, along with three seasons in the Nationwide Conference with the K's.
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Tuesday 30th May 2006
Perimeter lease and the K's Trust
There will be an 'update and discussion' session for Kingstonian supporters regarding the Kingsmeadow perimeter lease with Scott Herbertson (Head of Leisure and Lifelong Learning, Kingston Council) and the K's Trust with Mark Murphy (Chairman, The K's Trust) next Wednesday 7th June, starting 8pm in the Banqueting Suite at Kingsmeadow.
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Monday 29th May 2006
Kingstonian Youth roundup and trials
Kingstonian Youth are holding trials this coming weekend for boys and girls at all age groups from U7-U16. Since its launch in 2004, the setup has made great progress and is the only FA Charter Standard Development Club in the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames. Each age group has a specific time slot, and full details can be found here.

Some highlights from last season on the field in the West Surrey Youth League and Surrey County Girls League include:

  • U17 WSYL League Cup - Winners
  • U16 WSYL Premier Elite Division - Champions
  • U14C WSYL Invitation Cup - Runners Up
  • U11R WSYL Premier Central Division - Runners Up
  • U09R WSYL Premier Division - Champions
  • U8 WSYL League Cup - Runners Up
  • U8 WSYL Premier Central Division - Runners Up
  • U12 SCGL League Cup - Winners
  • U11 SCGL Sportsmanship Award - Winners

    A number of players from the U16 & U17 sides progressed through to Kingstonian FC's U18 side, from which Paul Brady and Mark Jarman went on to represent the first team.
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    Monday 22nd May 2006
    Stuart McIntyre appointed Head Coach
    Kingstonian Football Club are delighted to announce that Stuart McIntyre has been appointed as Head Coach, and will take on all first team managerial duties as of immediate effect.

    The club are keen to put an emphasis upon the development and improvement of their footballers, whilst creating a sustainable and seamless internal structure. Former K's player Adrian Withers has meanwhile been appointed to run the Under 18's next season.

    Stuart McIntyre, 45, was a youth team player with Kilmarnock before moving south. His association with Kingstonian dates back ten years, and as reserve team manager he guided both Kingstonian and Woking sides to championship titles. Stuart was appointed manager of Ryman League Bromley in October 2001, before returning to the K's as first team coach in March 2005.
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    Friday 19th May 2006
    Ian McDonald
    From Kingstonian FC Ltd company secretary John Lloyd:

    The management of Kingstonian FC have announced that first team manager Ian McDonald has left the club. Ian was appointed just over a year ago with the prime task of turning the team around from the depths of despair to a well performing Ryman 1st Division team. We are very proud that he achieved this along with winning the SSC Cup at Woking last week. We consider his skills to be of Conference level and wish him all the best in his next appointment.
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    Thursday 18th May 2006
    AFC Wimbledon match report
    The report of Friday's cup final is now available.
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    Cup final photos
    Photos from the presentations ceremonies at Friday night's Surrey Senior Cup final are now available here.

    Meanwhile, there is also a new desktop wallpaper based on the celebrations. It can be downloaded from here.
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    Wednesday 17th May 2006
    End of season presentation photos
    Photos from the end of season presentations night - which took place on 22 April(!) - are now available here.
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    Tuesday 16th May 2006
    Surrey Senior Cup Final DVD
    You can now purchase a DVD of last Friday's one-nil Surrey Senior Cup Final victory over AFC Wimbledon. Roughly 100 minutes of footage is included, with the entire match as well as pre and post-match footage - including the cup presentation.

    We are able to offer this service with the help of the AFC Wimbledon Video Crew, but we have been assured that the edition available through will be in a K's flavoured sleeve, with no bias being shown in the match coverage!

    If you would like to purchase a copy please send this form to the address stated. All profits will go straight to the club.
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    Monday 15th May 2006
    Goal celebration
    Kingstonian FC would like to issue an apology for any offence that may have been caused to the supporters, players and officials of AFC Wimbledon at Friday night's Surrey Senior Cup final following Martyn Lee's goal late in the first half.

    Manager Ian McDonald confirmed that Lee expressed his regret regarding the over-exuberant celebrations, which happened in a hazy moment after an important strike, during the half time interval. McDonald passed his own apologies on to AFC Wimbledon counterpart Dave Anderson after the game, and on behalf of the club would like to extend that to all others via the club website.
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    Friday 12th May 2006
    Kingstonian 1-0 AFC Wimbledon
    Mick Brady lifted the Surrey Senior Cup at Woking's Kingfield Road ground tonight after a well deserved one-nil victory over landlords AFC Wimbledon.

    The goal came from a deflected free-kick by Martyn Lee just before the half-time whistle.

    More will follow, but until then full details can be found here.
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    Ian McDonald and Martyn Lee on winning the Surrey Cup
    We spoke to both the manager and the goalscorer after tonight's match. You can hear what either Ian McDonald or Martyn Lee had to say.
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    DVD of the Surrey Senior Cup Final
    With thanks to the "AFC Wimbledon Video Crew" we will shortly be offering a DVD of tonight's match. We will publish details and prices in the next couple of days, but if you would be interested in buying a copy please do let us know.

    We have been assured that the copy will not be AFC-biased, and the packaging for copies ordered through this site will be predominantly red/white.

    All profits will go to the club.
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    Live commentary tonight
    BBC Southern Counties Radio will be broadcasting full live commentary of tonight's Surrey Senior Cup final from 7.40pm
    over the internet on their website at only.
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    Thursday 11th May 2006
    National league club allocations agreed
    The FA's Leagues Committee this morning agreed the make-up of the National League "pyramid" at Steps 1 to 4 for season 2006/2007, this followed recommendations made to the Committee by the Alliance the previous day.

    The structure next season will be 1 2 3 5 with both the Isthmian and Southern Leagues operating with two divisions at Step 4 and the Northern Premier one division.

    The relegation of three clubs from Step 4 was confirmed: Banstead Athletic (to Combined Counties), Bishop Auckland (Northern League) and Thame United (Hellenic League). The remaining clubs placed in relegation places will be reprieved.


    Ashford Town (Kent)
    Burgess Hill Town
    Chatham Town
    Corinthian Casuals
    Cray Wanderers
    Croydon Athletic
    Dover Athletic
    Dulwich Hamlet
    Fleet Town
    Godalming Town
    Hastings United
    Horsham YMCA
    Maidstone United
    Metropolitan Police
    Tooting & Mitcham United
    Walton Casuals
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    Post match drinks at Kingsmeadow
    The main bar at Kingsmeadow will be welcoming fans returning from the Surrey Senior Cup final at Woking on Friday night, operating a late licence until 12.30am. Please note that doors will close at 11pm.
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    Merchandise at Woking
    The club shop at Woking FC will be open before Friday night's Surrey Senior Cup final and during the half time interval, located at the main entrance by the Kingstonian allocation in the ground. With the Cards approaching another FA Trophy final, the shop is stocked with plenty of generic items in red & white which may interest the travelling K's support:

    Jester Hat 6
    Topper Hat 4, 6
    Face Paint (Red/White) 3, 2 for 5
    Horn 3
    Balloons (pack of 10) 1.75
    Car Aerial Ribbons 1
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    Tuesday 9th May 2006
    Final arrangements for Surrey Cup - update
    The club shop will now be open one last time this season on WEDNESDAY from 7-9pm, selling the clubs last batch of Surrey Senior Cup final tickets, taking coach bookings for the game and selling various bits of merchandise at end of season sale prices.

    For those who miss out on advance tickets, they will also be available on the turnstiles, where the K's contingent will be allocated the Kingfield Road End and the old main stand along the side at Woking's Kingfield Stadium.

    With limited parking at the ground, the Kingstonian Supporters coaches will provide a convenient method of transport, departing Kingsmeadow at 6.00pm and costing just 5 per person.

    **Please note that the venue for Friday's game is Woking, and not Kingsmeadow as suggested by this site's somewhat confused fixtures database**
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    Sunday 7th May 2006
    Kingstonian Youth launch website
    Kingstonian Youth have launched a dedicated website at

    The relevant content has transferred away from this site so make sure that you add it to your bookmarks to keep up to date with the latest news on the flourishing setup.
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    Saturday 6th May 2006
    Going up
    Well done to the three teams who have gained promotion this season - Ramsgate as champions, Horsham as runners up and Tonbridge Angels as playoff winners.
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    Thursday 4th May 2006
    Cup final tickets - update
    The final dates on which Surrey Senior Cup final tickets will be on sale from the club will be:

    Saturday 6th May, 10.30am-12.30pm, from Kingsmeadow Athletics Stadium foyer
    Monday 8th May, 7-9pm, from K's club shop at Kingsmeadow
    Tuesday 9th May, 7-9pm, from K's club shop at Kingsmeadow

    So far, over 300 tickets (8 adults, 4 concessions) have been snapped up. Although it will be possible to pay on the night at the turnstiles (Friday 12th May, kick off 7.45pm at Woking FC), it is highly recommended that they are purchased from the club in advance.
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    Cup final coaches
    The Supporters Club will be running coaches to the Surrey Senior Cup final at Woking FC on Friday 12th May, departing Kingsmeadow at 6pm. Places cost just 5 per person and to book please contact Gary Winters on (020) 8949 7626.
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    Club shop sale
    The club shop will be open on Monday and Tuesday evenings from 7-9pm selling K's merchandise at reduced end of season prices, so pop in and get the latest gear for the cup final!
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    Wednesday 3rd May 2006
    Final day for Kingstonian Youth
    Kingstonian Youth will conclude their season this Sunday, with two of their WSYL Premier Elite sides going for silverware:

  • Sunday 7th May, kick off 2.00pm
    WSYL U8 League Cup final: Kingstonian Youth v Molesey Juniors
    Cobham FC, Leg of Mutton Field, Anvil Lane, Downside Bridge Road, Cobham, Surrey

  • Sunday 7th May, kick off 2.00pm
    WSYL Premier Elite Division: Kingstonian Youth v Aldershot Town Blues
    Colliers Wood United FC, Wibbandune Sports Ground, Robin Hood Way

    Both games take place at Combined Counties League grounds, and anyone wishing to cheers the bright prospects of K's youth on are most welcome!
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    Tuesday 2nd May 2006
    Hastings match report
    The report of Saturday's game is now available.
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    SSC Final badges
    The club shop have a new stock of Surrey Senior Cup final badges, which will be available, along with tickets to the game, tonight and on Thursday night at Kingsmeadow.

    The badges cost just £3 and show a player from each of the two finalists along with text commemorating the match.
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    Monday 1st May 2006
    Mark Anderson speaks to K's Web
    Club sponsor and potential new Chairman Mark Anderson spoke to us this morning and you can hear what he had to say in a very lengthy interview.

    Apologies for the interference at the start - this does get better later on so please don't give up!
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