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August 2006

Thursday 31st August 2006
Horsham match report
The report from Monday's game is now available.
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Wednesday 30th August 2006
Sponsor a Goal 2006/07
The Sponsor a Goal scheme is back for the 2006/07 season under the new charge of Geoff Yorke and Jim Page. They take over from Butch Shakespeare who, after raising a fantastic sum of almost 8,000 last season, has stepped aside due to increased business commitments at Triumph Trophies.

Further details on the arrangements will follow shortly.
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Monday 28th August 2006
Kingstonian 1-2 Horsham YMCA
A mis-firing Kingstonian lost two-one to Horsham YMCA at Kingsmeadow, finishing with ten men for the third time in four games this season.

The visitors took a sixth minute lead when Steve Davies charged in to take advantage of a short backpass. Tony Reid, having earlier struck the post, levelled the scores twelve minutes later when pouncing on a Jame Rose effort which had iteself struck the upright.

Martyn Lee was sent off midway through the second half for having been adjudged to have left his foot in a tackle as an opponent came flying in. The ten men had numerous half chances but came unstuck with eight minutes remaining when James Bird struck home a corner at the back post.

Full details can be found here.
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Stuart McIntyre on Horsham YMCA
Stuart McIntyre spoke to us following today's game and you can hear what he had to say using the K's Web audio player.
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Dartford match report
The report from Saturday's game is now available, courtesy of Kevin O'Connor.
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Saturday 26th August 2006
Dartford 1-0 Kingstonian
Dartford made the most of their extended stay at the Thurrock Hotel, taking all three points from today's game following a headed goal by Jay May on the stroke of half time.

The hosts could have taken the lead in the first minute following a tug by Julian Sills on pacy winger Dave Martin. Brendan Cass however saw his penalty saved by Luke Garrard.

Following the Darts' goal, a simple headed conversion by May following more Martin trickery on the left, Kingstonian came out with more vigour in the second half. Julian Sills and Dean Lodge were however most notably denied by goalkeeper Kevin Hudson.

Full details can be found here.
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Stuart McIntyre on Dartford
Stuart McIntyre spoke to us following the above game and you can hear what he had to say using the K's Web audio player.
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Thursday 24th August 2006
Croydon match report
The report from Tuesday's game is now available.
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Wednesday 23rd August 2006
Upcoming game details
A reminder that Saturday's game away to Dartford will be played at Thurrock FC, whilst the following game at home to Horsham YMCA will be a regular Bank Holiday Monday 3pm kick off.
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Supporters Club coach travel
The Supporters Club will be running luxury-grade Anderson Coaches to 13 league games this season. Prices for travel can be found here.

Also listed are prices for coach travel season tickets - these can be purchased by Supporters Club members from Gary Winters or Colin Deadman (cheques made payable to "Kingstonian Supporters Club") up to and including Saturday only.

Departure times for coaches will be displayed on the page, as well as the fixture list, as and when details for upcoming fixtures are known.
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Tuesday 22nd August 2006
Croydon Athletic 2-0 Kingstonian
Croydon's Mayfields ground once again proved an unhappy venue as ten man Kingstonian slumped to a two-nil defeat tonight.

Former K's striker Charley Side took advantage of confusion amidst his former team-mates to open the scoring just after the half hour mark, before causing further problems minutes later. The striker's goal-bound header was handled on the line by Steve Symes, who was dismissed whilst the hosts doubled their advantage from the spot.

Scott Corbett and Julian Sills were denied good chances by goalkeeper James Wastell in an improved second half performance, though the final outcome remained unchanged.

Full details can be found here.
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Stuart McIntyre on Croydon
Stuart McIntyre spoke to us following the above game and you can hear what he had to say using the K's Web audio player.
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Monday 21st August 2006
Ashford match report
Simon Grier's report from yesterday's game is now available.
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Sunday 20th August 2006
Kingstonian 2-1 Ashford Town
Kingstonian opened the season with a two-one win against Ashford Town despite the dismissal of goalkeeper Luke Garrard midway through the first half for handling outside the box.

Debutant Daniel Morris latched on to a diagonal ball from Scott Smith to calmly slot home just before the break. Ashford substitute struck an equaliser in the 64th minute, only for Scott Corbett to divert home a saved Dean Lodge effort for the winner with around ten minutes remaining.

Full details can be found here.
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Stuart McIntyre on Ashford
Head Coach Stuart McIntyre spoke to Simon Murray following the opening game of the season and you can hear what he had to say using the K's Web audio player.
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Friday 18th August 2006
Get live updates from every match this season!
Once again we will be running a live match service from every K's match this season. Over the summer it's all been combined with the website and has now become "my team live".

But none of that really matters - if you want to keep in touch with K's matches when you can't get to the ground, head over to the part of the site and sign up.

The updates will be available from a page over on the livescores site and will also be posted to the forum.
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Wednesday 16th August 2006
Surrey Senior Cup draw
Holders Kingstonian will be making an earlier than usual entry into the Surrey Senior Cup, where they have been drawn to play away at Corinthian Casuals in the first round. The match is to be played between 16th October and 1st November.
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Tuesday 15th August 2006
Match posters
Posters advertising the first three home games of the season at Kingsmeadow can be downloaded for distribution from the match posters page.
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Thanks for helping
Kingstonian Football Club will be holding a "thank you session" for all of its volunteers on Thursday evening from 8pm at the team's new training ground - the Hawker Centre, located just off Richmond Road, Kingston.

A food buffet will be provided and the players will be joining the group following their final training session before the season starts. The Surrey Senior Cup and Trevor Jones Memorial Trophy will be on show, with a photographer on hand to take shots with the silverware.

So, whether it's operating a turnstile, selling programmes or golden goals, tidying the ground on a matchday or any of the other numerous tasks people do for the club, come along and have some fun!

As with so many clubs, Kingstonian relies on the help of its volunteers to ensure that all the small yet important tasks are carried out. The more the merrier is always the way - if you would like to get involved with the K's, come forward on Thursday or any home matchday as your help would be most appreciated.
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Monday 14th August 2006
Fulham friendly called off
Tomorrow night's friendly against a Fulham XI has been cancelled as the opposition are stuck in Amsterdam following a pre-season competition and unable to fly back today as planned.

Fulham have kindly agreed to cover half of the costs already incurred and it is hoped that the match can take place at a later date. With no game scheduled for tomorrow night now, Kingstonian's next fixture will be the opening league game of the season at home to Ashford Town on Saturday.
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Pagham match re-arranged
The FA Cup game at home to Pagham has been moved back a day to Sunday 3rd September, kick off 3pm, to avoid clashing with AFC Wimbledon's fixture against Folkestone Invicta at Kingsmeadow.
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Sunday 13th August 2006
Kingstonian 0-0 AFC Wimbledon (5-4 on penalties)
Kingstonian regained the Trevor Jones Memorial Trophy following a penalty shootout victory against AFC Wimbledon.

Julian Sills went closest for the K's with a header that clipped the top of the crossbar, whilst the Dons went close with a handful of chances in the closing stages. The game was ultimately one of few chances and moved straight to penalties following a goal-less ninety minutes.

Martyn Lee, Dean Lodge, Tommy Moorhouse, Richard Taylor and Jon Coke all converted their penalties whilst substitute goalkeeper Stephen Windegard made the decisive save to deny Wes Daly.

Full details can be found here.
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U18's fixtures and venue announced
For the 2006-07 season, Kingstonian's Under 18's will play their home matches at Colliers Wood United FC, Wibbundune Sports Ground, Robin Hood Way, West Wimbledon, London SW20 0AA.

Meanwhile, the team's Southern Youth League fixtures, in the East Division, have been announced and can be found here.
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Tuesday 8th August 2006
Walton & Hersham 1-1 Kingstonian
A much improved Kingstonian drew 1-1 with Ryman Premier side Walton and Hersham in an action-packed contest at Stompond Lane.

After a disastrous start when Ben Thorne got in behind their defence to score in the fifth minute, K's soon settled down and played some attractive football. After a James Rose glancing header went narrowly wide, Tony Reid equalised midway through the half when he converted Martyn Lee's low cross.

K's pushed hard for a winner but found home goalkeeper Nick Gindre in fine form, making an excellent save from Reid after Scott Corbett had played him in on goal. On the stroke of half-time Lee hit the post with a free kick and then in the second half Gindre denied substitute Daniel Morris with two more excellent saves to keep the scores level.


1) Luke Garrard (17 Stephen Windegaard, 46)
2) Paul Wetherall
3) Husani Thomas
4) Scott Corbett
5) Mick Brady (15 Jon Coke, 75)
6) Richard Taylor
7) Dean Lodge
8) Aliy Kyezu
9) James Rose (14 Daniel Morris, 65)
10) Tony Reid (18 Pablo Jenkins, 75)
11) Martyn Lee

Unused subs: 12) Scott Smith, 16) Steve Potterill, 19) Paul Read, 20) Wes Harrison, 21) Danny Smart
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Saturday 5th August 2006
Kingstonian 0-4 Dorchester Town
Conference South side Dorchester Town gave Stuart McIntyre much to ponder as they ran out 4-0 winners in K's first home friendly of pre-season.

A Ryan Hill free kick gave the visitors the lead in the 9th minute before Jamie Brown doubled their advantage with a volley on 18 minutes. The Magpies then went three up on 38 minutes when Matt Groves capitalised after Richard Taylor slipped over in the box. Brown finished the scoring by making it four on 65 minutes from the penalty spot, with Scott Smith having felled Hill.

K's were unlucky that the scoreline was so heavy and came close twice in the first half; Dean Lodge vollied over from close range after a Taylor throw caused panic in the Dorchester box and former K's goalkeeper Richard Martin saved well from Wes Harrison.


1 Stephen Windegaard
2 Julian Sills (14 Jon Coke, 65)
3 Steve Symes
4 Scott Corbett
5 Scott Smith
6 Richard Taylor (18 Michael Brady, 76)
7 Wes Harrison
8 Tommy Moorhouse (17 Dany Smart, 49)
9 James Rose (12 Tony Reid, 65)
10 Dean Lodge
11 Martyn Lee (16 Paul Read, 84)
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Friday 4th August 2006
League Cup draw
Kingstonian have been drawn at home to Hampton & Richmond Borough in the Westview Cup Second Round. The date is to be confrmed.
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