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SOUTHERN PREMIER: Cambridge City 0 Poole Town 2
FA VASE: Verwood Town 5 Plymouth Parkway 4
SYDENHAMS WESSEX LEAGUE ROUND-UP
BOSS Tom Killick is adamant Poole Town are the best team in the Southern League – and wants his players to prove it during a hectic pre-Christmas schedule.
POOLE Town defender Will Spetch looks set for an extended spell on the sidelines as he bids to find a cure for his long-standing knee problem.
DORSET PREMIER LEAGUE CUP ROUND-UP
MANAGER Steve Cuss believes Wimborne Town can play with “real freedom” when they host higher-division AFC Hornchurch in the FA Trophy later this month.
POOLE Town have been handed a trip to Staines Town in the third qualifying round of the FA Trophy.
BOSS Steve Cuss admitted his Wimborne Town side had given him a tense and anxious experience but voiced his relief at FA Trophy progress.
SYDENHAMS PREMIER: Verwood Town 1 Winchester City 5.
SYDENHAMS PREMIER: Bournemouth Poppies 4 Fareham 1.
FA TROPHY, SECOND QUALIFYING ROUND: Wimborne Town 2 Northwood 1.
GOALKEEPER Jason Harvell believes ambitious new chairperson Paula Henley has brought back the feelgood factor at Wimborne Town.
POOLE Town will travel to AFC Totton on Tuesday, November 18 (7.45pm) in the Red Insure League Cup after last night's original tie was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
DORSET PREMIER LEAGUE ROUND-UP
FRUSTRATED Adie Arnold admits he is “sick to death” of compliments from opposition managers that have masterminded victories over his Christchurch side.
RUEFUL boss Tom Killick felt Poole Town’s youngsters had missed a chance to shine as Torquay United punished defensive lapses to progress in the FA Youth Cup.
BOSS Steve Cuss will have a defensive decision to make as Wimborne Town seek a fifth straight victory in all competitions in Saturday’s league clash with AFC Totton (3pm).
DORSET PREMIER LEAGUE FEATURE MATCH - Blandford United 3 Portland United 1
POOLE Town have been handed an FA Trophy away day in today’s second qualifying round draw – but will have to wait to discover their opponents.
WELL, that wasn’t in the script.
FA TROPHY FIRST QUALIFYING ROUND: Poole Town 3 North Leigh 1.
WESSEX LEAGUE ROUND-UP
GRAHAM Speechley-Price has stood down as manager of Bashley with former reserve team boss Martin Spiers taking his place on an interim basis.
BOSS Steve Cuss believes his Wimborne Town underdogs can get their fellow Magpies in a flap by causing an FA Trophy upset at Dorchester on Saturday.
SOUTHERN SOUTH & WEST: Didcot Town 5 Wimborne Town 1.
BASHLEY are on the brink of naming a permanent manager following a search of more than three weeks.
SYDENHAMS Wessex One rivals New Milton and Ringwood will duel for a place in the semi-final of the Russell-Cotes Cup.
DORSET PREMIER LEAGUE: Parley Sports 2 Westland Sports 1
INTERIM boss Martin Spiers insists he is “loving the challenge” at Bashley and says he would relish the task of taking the job full-time.
FA TROPHY: Biggleswade Town 1 Poole Town 2.
SOUTHERN SOUTH & WEST: Bashley 0 Yate Town 4.
SYDENHAMS LEAGUE: Christchurch 1 Fawley 1
MAN-of-the-moment Callum Wilson has identified his flirtation with non-league football as a key component in his rapid rise through the ranks.
CHERRIES legend Steve Fletcher will be guest of honour when Wimborne Town launch their rebranded social facility 1878.
BOSS Tom Killick wants his Poole Town charges to take their FA Trophy inspiration from last season’s surprise packages Gosport Borough.
DORSET PREMIER LEAGUE FEATURE MATCH: Poole Borough 2 Merley Cobham Sports 3
SOUTHERN LEAGUE DIVISION ONE SOUTH & WEST: AFC Totton 0 Wimborne Town 1
SYDENHAMS LEAGUE ROUND-UP
BOSS Tom Killick predicted striker Richard Gillespie would be in shape to make an “immediate impact” should he return to Poole Town later this month.
FA YOUTH CUP AND SYDENHAMS LEAGUE ROUND-UP
BOSS George Gunn insists his Christchurch fledglings have nothing to fear ahead of their quest for an FA Youth Cup giant-killing against Swindon Town tomorrow (7.45pm).
MANAGER Steve Cuss heaped praise on Wimborne Town’s patched-up backline after watching his side spring an FA Trophy surprise at Dorchester.
FA VASE SECOND QUALIFYING ROUND: Verwood Town 2 Fareham Town 0
FA TROPHY FIRST QUALIFYING ROUND: Dorchester Town 1 Wimborne Town 3.
MANAGER Tom Killick admitted the opportunity to re-sign defender Will Spetch had been too good to turn down – despite Poole Town’s dearth of attacking options.
VERWOOD Town will be hoping to capitalise on their glut of cup goals when they take on Wessex League rivals Fareham travel in the FA Vase first round.
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