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NAME: Hereford FC - Dorchester Town

DATE: October 7, 2017

VENUE: Edgar Street, Hereford , England

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Dorchester Town F.C.

Dorchester Town Football Club are a semi-professional football club, based in Dorchester, Dorset, England They currently play in the Southern League Premier Division, the seventh tier of English football

The club is affiliated to the Dorset County Football Association and is a FA chartered Standard club1 They play at the Avenue Stadium, on land owned by the Duchy of Cornwall They were founder members of the Conference South in 2004, which was the highest standard they have ever reached, but were relegated after ten years in 2014

  • 1 History
  • 2 Community ownership
  • 3 Colours and badge
  • 4 Stadium
  • 5 Players
    • 51 Current squad
  • 6 Club staff
    • 61 Club officials
    • 62 Football staff
  • 7 Honours
  • 8 Club records
  • 9 Notable former players
  • 10 References
  • 11 External links
Historyedit

Founded in 1880, Dorchester Town were Dorset Senior Cup finalists in 1888 and 1890 before joining the Dorset League in 1896 Despite being founder members of the league, the club had little success before winning the championship in 1937/38 with a 2–0 victory at Sherborne on 25 April 1938

The club joined the Western League in 1947, winning promotion from Division Two in 1950, and going on to take the league championship in 1954/55 The fifties proved to be a successful decade for the Magpies, winning the Dorset Senior Cup for the first time, and having a number of good runs in the FA Cup facing the likes of Norwich City, Queens Park Rangers, Port Vale and Plymouth Argyle In 1954, Dorchester reached the 2nd Round before eventually losing out to York City in front of 5,500 fans at the old Avenue ground, in a season where York went on to reach the semi-finals

Following four more victories in the Dorset Senior Cup, the club entered the Southern League Division One South in 1972 They first tasted success in this division when they finished runners-up to Margate in 1977/78, going unbeaten in the final 16 matches of the season, with manager David Best utilising his links with old club AFC Bournemouth to attract former first-teamers such as John O'Rourke, Jack Howarth and Harry Redknapp to the Avenue

The formation of the Alliance League now the Football Conference unfortunately meant the Magpies ended up back in the reformed Southern Division a year later, but the club celebrated its centenary by winning the Southern Division in 1979/80 by a one-point margin over Aylesbury Stuart Bell succeeded David Best as manager during the season, and the Magpies went unbeaten in the last 14 games to clinch the title A young Trevor Senior impressed alongside ever-present top scorer Paul Thorne, whilst Graham Roberts joined neighbours Weymouth early in the campaign for £6,000 before going on to star for Tottenham Hotspur and England

Senior stayed with Dorchester for a further two seasons, before signing for Portsmouth during the 1981/82 season for £35,000, going on to play for Watford, Middlesbrough and Reading, where he broke the Berkshire club's all-time goalscoring record Before leaving the Magpies, Senior helped the club reach the 2nd Round of the FA Cup again before losing out to AFC Bournemouth in a replay at Dean Court in front of a crowd of 8,700 A goal four minutes from the end of extra time was enough to end Dorchester's dreams of a place in the third round – a feat they have still yet to achieve

Relegated at the end of the 1983/84 season following a severe financial crisis, the club only just avoided dropping out of the league altogether the following year However, a remarkable turnaround followed, and Dorchester returned to the Premier Division as champions at the end of the 1986/87 season, taking the title following a goalless draw at runners-up Ashford on the final day of the season

The return to the top southern division has been a rollercoaster of emotions for Dorchester fans Having been a mid-table team for a number of years, a brush with relegation came at the start of the nineties, and Stuart Morgan was introduced as manager in 1993 In his first full season, Morgan took the club to sixth in the league, followed by the sale of Darren Garner to Rotherham United for £30,000 during the summer

The following seasons were a mixture of highs-and-lows, flirting with relegation on a number of occasions, facing Oxford United in the 1st Round of the FA Cup, reaching the last 16 of the FA Trophy for only the second time, and finishing fourth in the Premier Division in 1997/98

Unfortunately in the following seasons, the Magpies were unable to rekindle the same form, and following a number of close-shaves at the wrong end of the table, the club were relegated to the Eastern Division at the end of the 2000/01 season, despite a strong FA Cup run culminating in a 3–1 First Round defeat at Wigan Athletic's impressive 25,000 all-seater JJB Stadium

Under the guidance of manager Mark Morris, Dorchester's young squad regained their Premier Division status within two years, defeating King's Lynn on the final day of the 2002/03 season to take the Eastern Division title ahead of Eastbourne Borough, having won 16 of their last 17 matches and scoring 114 goals in their 42 league games A season earlier the Magpies had picked up the Southern League Cup for the first time, again defeating King's Lynn in a 4–0 aggregate victory in the final

The first season back in the Premier Division was a difficult one but the club succeeded to reach the end-of-season play-offs, where two fine victories over Bath City and Tiverton Town saw Dorchester become a Conference club for the first time in the newly formed Conference South division A season later the Magpies almost saw further play-off glory, but missed out on another promotion opportunity on the final day of the season, going down 7–3 at Bognor Regis Town

A mid-table finish the following year ended with the resignation of Mark Morris – arguably the club's most successful manager in recent history – with Mick Jenkins taking charge of the first team His reign, however, was short-lived Despite the club's tenth success in the Dorset Senior Cup, the team narrowly avoided relegation by finishing 17th in the league, and Jenkins was sacked just a month later in the wake of Eddie Mitchell taking over the ownership of the club

Mitchell's arrival at the helm saw former Dorchester midfielder Shaun Brooks installed as Director of Football, and the club announced it would be making the step up to full-time football ready for the 2007/08 season

In September 2014, Dorchester suffered a tragic loss, their kitman Alex Legge, aged 38, died suddenly He was well known around the club and town and was loved by many2

Community ownershipedit

The club is democratically run by its supporters3

Colours and badgeedit

The club have a long tradition of playing in black and white striped shirts with black shorts and socks at home For the 2005–06 season, to celebrate the club's 125th anniversary the home club sported a black and white quartered shirt, similar to the original strip the club was founded in The away kit is currently sky blue, with previous kits being red, yellow or white

The club's current badge is circular, with the words 'Dorchester Town FC' and 'The Magpies' on a white outer rim, in black text The central area contains two magpies on a brown branch in front of a sky blue background Above them is a design based upon the town's Coat of arms, a purple circle containing a castle, upon which is a shield

Stadiumedit

Dorchester Town play their home games at the Avenue Stadium, Weymouth Avenue, Dorchester, Dorset, DT1 2RY

The Avenue Stadium, currently sponsored by Greene King IPA, is located near to a branch of Tesco on the outskirts of Dorchester Opened in 1990, it consists of one main stand, which is all-seated, and three small banks of terracing, which are all-standing A railway line runs along the back of the stadium Whilst the capacity of the stadium is 5,229, Dorchester tend to attract crowds of around 500–600, although, during the 1990s, the club regularly achieved 900–1000 strong attendances The record attendance at the Avenue Stadium came in the 1999 season, in front of a crowd of 4,1594 At the start of the 2011/12 season, a sponsorship deal was announced with Greene King IPA, with the stadium being rebranded 'The Greene King IPA Community Stadium' A recent FA Cup game against Plymouth Argyle attracted 3,196 fans to the Avenue Dorchester beat their League neighbours 1–0 in a match which was televised live by ESPN in the UK and Fox Network in the USA

Current squadedit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality

Club staff Club officials

President: Keith Kellaway

Chairman: Matt Lucas

Company Secretary/Vice Chairman: Dave Martin

Football and Fixture Secretary: David Ring

Club Ambassador: Eddie Belt

Football staffedit

First Team Interim Manager: Trevor Senior

First Team Coach: Stuart Heath

First Team Goalkeeping Coach: Steve Dodge

Reserve Team Manager: Richard Robson

Reserve Team Assistant Manager: Ryan Dovell

Physio Therapist: Emma Tonkin

Kit Manager: Cameron Dabbs

Honoursedit
  • Southern League Eastern Division
    • 2003–04 Champions
  • Southern League Southern Division
    • 1979–80 & 1986–87 Champions
    • 1977–78 Runners up
  • Southern League Cup
    • 2001–02 Winners
    • 1991–92 Runners up
  • Southern League Challenge Trophy
    • 2002–03 Winners
  • Western Football League|Western League Division One
    • 1954–55 Champions
    • 1960–61 Runners up
  • Western Football League Professional Cup
    • 1960–61 & 1961–62 Runners up
  • Western Football League Alan Young Cup:5
    • Winners 1: 1961–62
  • Dorset Senior Cup
    • 1950–51, 1960–61, 1967–68, 1968–69, 1971–72, 1993–94, 1995–96, 2000–01, 2002–03, 2006–07, 2010–11, 2011–12
Club recordsedit Notable former playersedit
  1. Players that have played/managed in the football league or any foreign equivalent to this level ie fully professional league
  2. Players with full international caps
  3. Players that hold a club record
  • Darren Garner
  • Matty Holmes
  • Danny Ings
  • Mark Jermyn
  • Tony Oliver
  • Graham Roberts
  • Trevor Senior
  • Craig Taylor
  • Juan Ugarte
Referencesedit
  1. ^ "Dorset CS Clubs" DorsetFA Archived from the original on 2013-10-05 Retrieved 2012-12-17 
  2. ^ http://wwwfreenewsposcom/en/latest-news-article/b/1176869/town%20New/magpies-mourn-loss-of-kitman-alex-legge
  3. ^ "Membership of Dorchester Town Football Club: Own Your Own Club" Retrieved 15 June 2015 
  4. ^ History of Avenue Stadium Archived July 5, 2012, at the Wayback Machine Official Dorchester Town FC Website
  5. ^ "Western Football League Alan Young Cup Winners" PDF Western Football League Retrieved 2013-01-07 
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