Latest News (6th July 06)
The Under 9's have reached the Filmergraphics League Cup Final with a storming 5-1 win over AFC Kempston Rovers. It will be the 4th cup final for the club this season. The succesful teams are the 1st team, under 17's, under 15's and now the under 9's (pictured below).
Sunday 2nd April 2006
4th Cup Final
AFC Dunstable To Sponsor The Dunstable Lower School's Cup Final Day.
Friday 17th April 2006.
It is with great pleasure and excitment that our club will be sponsoring the Dunstable Lower School's Cup Final Day. The final's day will be held on May 20th at Brewers Hill School. With the club backing a fine community project, it shows our commitment to support the local community.
Annual General Meetings
Youth AGM: Friday 7th July 2006
Clubs AGM: Sunday 9th July 2006.
Team Of The Month
Saturday 22nd October 2005
1st team manager Dermot Butler and his assistant Alex Butler, picked up the team of the month August/September from President of the league Brian Smith.
Under 17's Manager Leaves The Club
Sunday 23rd October 2005
It is with great regret that Under 17's manager Kevin Butler has resigned. Kevin along with Simon Berry joined the club 2 years ago.They had success in 2003-04 when Under 15's were runners up in the league. Simon has returned to take control of the team with Steve Burgess.
England Under 21's Trip
Friday 11th November 2005
The club, took 144 members which ranged from the under 8's through to the under 15's, to see Englands Under 21's take on France Under 21's in the UEFA Euro Under 21 Championships play off match at White Hart Lane.
Three New Signings
4th January 2006
It was a busy period over the festive time as the club went into the transfer market.
First on the agenda was the transfer of Gary Capehorn from Division One outfit Dunstable Town 98. Gary was part of our championship winning team back in season 2003-04.
Next up was Gareth Seeley's move from Premier Division Biggleswade Town. Finally Lee McCulloch has rejoined the club. Lee who was captain when we won the league, was a regular for Hitchin Town 1st team all of last season and the beginning of this, but has suffered an injury and has moved down the pecking order at Hitchin.
Last Unbeaten Record Gone
8th January 2006
The last unbeaten team in the club have finally been defeated. The under 8's travelled to Markyate and went down 3-0. It was quite a shock to the system as we did beat them 3-0 earlier in the season.
Semi Final Joy
29th January 2006
The Under 15's & Under 17's reached the final of their respective County Cup's.
The Under 15's travelled over to Crawley Green and won a tough encounter 3-2. They will play Bedford Town in the final on March 5th at Bedford United & Valerio's ground, kick off 10.30am.
The two Under 17 teams once again merged to defeat Kempston West End 1-0 at Lancot Park. Their final date is March 12th against Stotfold who play in Under 18's football. The final is at Ampthill Town, kick off 10.30am.
Under 17's County Cup Team
UNDER 15'S COUNTY CUP WINNERS
Sunday 5th March 2006.
The under 15's won the Bedfordshire FA Cup with an excellent performance against Bedford Town. Click on the Under 15's page for a full report.
Captain Tom Lawlor lifts the trophy.
Winning team celebrations start.
Seeley Out For The Season
9th March 2006
It looks like influential 1st team midfielder Gareth Seeley will be out for the rest of the season, with a broken bone in his foot.
Gareth, who joined us from Biggleswade Town, has struggled with injury this term and will be in plaster for 6 weeks.
Under 17's Cup Final Woe
Sunday 12th March 2006
The Under 17's fell at the final hurdle to a very strong Stotfold Under 18's team in the County Cup Final.
With our opponents possessing many players over 6 foot, our lads looked like minnows in comparison.
The early stages of the game was an even affair and to be fair we should have been 2-0 up in the first 15 minutes. Richard Maggott came close on 7 minutes when his shot just drifted wide. Another fine move resulted in a post being hit and the following scramble their keeper hung onto the ball.
Stotfold took the lead on 18 minutes, and when a midfield mistake resulted in a 2nd 4 minutes later the lads heads went down and Stotfold started to dominate.
We competed better in the 2nd half, but once again a mistake at the back let in Stotfold for their 3rd. Phil Feakes should have pulled a consolation goal back in the dying minutes but it was not to be.