Darren Bradshaw

Darren Bradshaw

Born 19 March 1967 (Age 30 at debut)

Position: Defender

(Diamonds player #89)

Total appearances 93

(76 League, 10 FA Cup, 4 FA Trophy, 1 League Cup, 1 Hillier Senior Cup, 1 Maunsell Cup)

Debut:

1 November 1997 (Home Slough Town)

Final game:

16 December 2000 (Home Hednesford Town)

Darren started his career with Sheffield Wednesday, but was released as an apprentice. He joined Matlock Town, but was spotted by Chesterfield, and joined them on loan in 1987, making 17 League appearances. He had spells with York City and Newcastle United before joining Peterborough United in August 1992. In two seasons at Peterborough, he made 83 appearances, scoring twice, before going out on loan to Plymouth Argyle. Darren signed for Blackpool in October 1994 for a £35,000 fee and played 81 games during his stay. In October 1997, Brian Talbot brought him to Nene Park after the poor start to the season. He immediately went into the side, initially in midfield to replace the injured Garry Butterworth. He soon became first choice centre back on Butterworth’s return, playing regularly during the 1997/1998 season and the following season, before various injuries from the autumn of 1999 onwards restricted his chances in the first team for the remainder of his Diamonds career.

Darren Bradshaw

He left the club in January 2001, spending a brief period with Stevenage Borough before dropping down to play for Worksop and Balper Town and retiring from the game in 2005.

Darren Bradshaw

Appearances

1997/1998

Conf

1.11.97

Slough Town (H)

Conf

8.11.97

Welling Utd (A)

Conf

15.11.97

Kidderminster (H)

Conf

22.11.97

Morecambe (A)

Conf

25.11.97

Kettering Town (H)

Conf

29.11.97

Hayes (H)

Conf

6.12.97

Northwich Vic (A)

Conf

13.12.97

Dover Athletic (H)

Conf

20.12.97

Hayes (A)

Conf

26.12.97

Stevenage Boro(H)

Conf

1.1.98

Stevenage Boro(A)

FAT1

10.1.98

Farnborough Tn(H)

Conf

17.1.98

Southport (H)

Conf

24.1.98

Dover Athletic (A)

HSCSF

27.1.98

Raunds Town (H)

FAT2

31.1.98

Cheltenham Tn (A)

Conf

7.2.98

Halifax Town (H)

Conf

14.2.98

Gateshead (A)

Conf

21.2.98

Kettering Town (A)

Conf

28.2.98

Stalybridge Cltc(H)

Conf

7.3.98

Cheltenham Tn (H)

Conf

14.3.98

Woking (A)

Conf

21.3.98

Halifax Town (A)

Conf

23.3.98

Hednesford Tn (A)

Conf

28.3.98

Morecambe (H)

Conf

4.4.98

Telford Utd (A)

Conf

13.4.98

Stalybridge Cltc(A)

Conf

18.4.98

Leek Town (H)

Conf

21.4.98

Yeovil Town (H)

Conf

28.4.98

Welling Utd (H)

Conf

2.5.98

Telford Utd (H)

1998/1999

Conf

15.8.98

Forest Green (A)

Conf

18.8.98

Welling Utd (H)

Conf

22.8.98

Barrow (H)

Conf

25.8.98

Kingstonian (A)

Conf

29.8.98

Southport (A)

Conf

31.8.98

Hayes (H)

Conf

5.9.98

Yeovil Jct (A)

Conf

8.9.98

Dover Athletic (A)

Conf

12.9.98

Telford Utd (H)

Conf

19.9.98

Doncaster Rvrs(A)

Conf

26.9.98

Hereford Utd (H)

FAC3q

17.10.98

Forest Green (H)

Conf

24.10.98

Morecambe (H)

Conf

7.11.98

Hednesford Tn(A)

FAC4q

9.11.98

Leatherhead (A)

FAC4qr

11.11.98

Leatherhead (H)

FAC1

14.11.98

Shrewsbury Tn (H)

FAT2

21.11.98

Bath City (H)

Conf

28.11.98

Cheltenham Tn(A)

FAC2

5.12.98

Doncaster Rvrs(A)

Conf

12.12.98

Telford Utd (A)

FAC2r

15.12.98

Doncaster Rvrs(H)

Conf

19.12.98

Farnborough Tn(H)

Conf

26.12.98

Stevenage Boro(A)

Conf

28.12.98

Woking (H)

FAC3

2.1.99

Leeds Utd (H)

Conf

9.1.99

Barrow (A)

FAC3r

13.1.99

Leeds Utd (A)

Conf

23.1.99

Doncaster Rvrs(H)

FAT3

25.1.99

Slough Town (A)

Conf

30.1.99

Northwich Vic (A)

Conf

20.2.99

Hednesford Tn (H)

Conf

23.2.99

Southport (H)

Conf

6.3.99

Hayes (A)

Conf

9.3.99

Stevenage Boro(H)

Conf

13.3.99

Leek Town (H)

Conf

27.3.99

Kettering Town (A)

Conf

3.4.99

Cheltenham Tn(H)

Conf

5.4.99

Woking (A)

Conf

13.4.99

Yeovil Jct (H)

Conf

20.4.99

Kingstonian (H)

Conf

24.4.99

Hereford Utd (A)

Conf

26.4.99

Forest Green (H)

Conf

1.5.99

Kettering Town (H)

1999/2000

MCF

31.7.99

Northampton Tn(H)

Conf

14.8.99

Morecambe (A)

Conf

17.8.99

Telford Utd (H)

Conf

21.8.99

Kidderminster (H)

Conf

28.8.99

Sutton Utd (A)

Conf

30.8.99

Welling Utd (H)

Conf

4.9.99

Northwich Vic(A)

Conf

2.10.99

Altrincham (A)

Conf

9.10.99

Kingstonian (H)

FAC4q

16.10.99

Sutton Utd (H)

Conf

23.10.99

Scarborough (A)

FAC1

29.10.99

Scunthorpe Utd(H)

Conf

22.2.00

Hednesford Tn (H)

Conf

18.3.00

Sutton Utd (H)

as sub

Conf

29.4.00

Scarborough (H)

as sub

Conf

6.5.00

Doncaster Rvrs(H)

as sub

2000/2001

NWT2

24.10.00

Stevenage Boro(H)

Conf

16.12.00

Hednesford Tn (H)

as sub

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Malcolm Ndekwe

Malcolm Ndekwe

Born 26 December 1978 (Age 18 at debut)

Position: Forward

(Diamonds player #88)

Total appearances 9

(4 League, 1 FA Trophy, 1 League Cup, 3 Hillier Senior Cup)

Debut:

18 October 1997 (Away Kidderminster Harriers)

Final game:

1 May 1999 (Home Kettering Town)

Born in Northampton, Malcolm was a product of Diamonds youth set up. The young striker made five substitute appearances in the 1997 / 1998 season, and went out on loan to Aylesbury United in February 1998, to gain some first team experience. The following season, he had another loan spell, this time with Stamford. Although Malcolm made 9 appearances, only once was he in the starting eleven, playing In the Hillier Senior Cup Final win at Raunds Town in April 1999. He had his fair share of injuries, which restricted his chances of gaining a first team place.

He was released, and joined former Diamonds assistant manager Billy Jeffery at Stamford, where he remained until the summer of 2003. He spent the following season at Kings Lynn, before moving to Corby Town, where he helped the Steelman to gain promotion in the 2005/06 season. In August 2006, he joined UCL side Cogenhoe United, before joining Nick Ashby at Wellingborough Town in November that same year. The following season was spent back at Cogenhoe United, and was named in the squad which played Diamonds at Nene Park in the Hillier Senior Cup tie. He announced his retirement in August 2008 at the age of 29.

Malcolm Ndewke

Appearances

1997/1998

Conf

18.10.97

Kidderminster (A)

as sub

HSCQF

18.11.97

Brackley Town (A)

as sub

Conf

13.12.97

Dover Athletic (H)

as sub

HSCSF

27.1.98

Raunds Town (H)

as sub

FAT2

31.1.98

Cheltenham Tn(A)

as sub

1998/1999

ET2

22.12.98

Farnborough Tn(A)

as sub

HSCF

18.4.99

Raunds Town (A)

Conf

26.4.99

Forest Green (H)

as sub

Conf

1.5.99

Kettering Town(H)

as sub

Mark Smith

Mark Smith

Born 2 January 1973 (Age 24 at debut)

Position: Goalkeeper

(Diamonds player #87)

Total appearances 59

(50 League, 3 FA Cup, 4 FA Trophy, 2 Hillier Senior Cup)

Debut:

18 October 1997 (Away Kidderminster Harriers)

Final game:

25 January 2000 (Away Kettering Town)

Goalkeeper Mark had started his career at Nottingham Forest, although after progressing through the youth system, he failed to make a first team appearance. He joined Crewe Alexandra in 1992, and went on to make 63 League appearances in three years at Gresty Road. He achieved notoriety on 12 March 1994 when he was dismissed after just 19 seconds in a League game against Darlington for a professional foul. It was the fastest ever dismissal at the time – a record he held for over five years. He joined Walsall, but was restricted to reserve team games and left in 1997 in order to get some first team football. He arrived at Nene Park in September 1997 to replace Steve Cherry, who had been released, and join local keeper Darren Watts to contest for the No.1 position. He made his debut at Kidderminster Harriers on 18 October 1997, and quickly establishing himself as a fans’ favourite. He established himself in the first team and was an ever present in the first team (apart from a couple of Hillier Senior Cup games) for the remainder of that season. A combination of injuries and off-the-field issues meant that his opportunities were limited in the following two seasons however. With Mark Gayle taking over the number 1 jersey for a while, and then the arrival of Billy Turley, it meant that Mark had to be content with a regular place on the subs bench until he left the club in May 2000.

He went on to join Morecambe the following season, and played 42 games for them. He spent a short period (loan?) at Eastwood Town before moving to struggling Scarborough in November 2001. His first appearance for Scarborough in a 1-0 win against Farnborough Town on 24 November 2001 was marred in controversy as his registration had not been processed and he was still officially a Morecambe player. They were docked three points for the indiscretion. He is believed to have hung up his gloves after leaving Scarborough at the end of the season.

Appearances

1997/1998

Conf

18.10.97

Kidderminster (A)

FAC4q

25.10.97

Boreham Wood (H)

FAC4qr

28.10.97

Boreham Wood (A)

Conf

1.11.97

Slough Town (H)

Conf

8.11.97

Welling Utd (A)

Conf

15.11.97

Kidderminster (H)

Conf

22.11.97

Morecambe (A)

Conf

25.11.97

Kettering Town (H)

Conf

29.11.97

Hayes (H)

Conf

6.12.97

Northwich Vic (A)

Conf

13.12.97

Dover Athletic (H)

Conf

20.12.97

Hayes (A)

Conf

26.12.97

Stevenage Boro (H)

Conf

1.1.98

Stevenage Boro (A)

FAT1

10.1.98

Farnborough Tn (H)

Conf

17.1.98

Southport (H)

Conf

24.1.98

Dover Athletic (A)

FAT2

31.1.98

Cheltenham Tn (A)

Conf

7.2.98

Halifax Town (H)

Conf

14.2.98

Gateshead (A)

Conf

21.2.98

Kettering Town (A)

Conf

28.2.98

Stalybridge Cltc (H)

Conf

7.3.98

Cheltenham Tn (H)

Conf

14.3.98

Woking (A)

Conf

21.3.98

Halifax Town (A)

Conf

23.3.98

Hednesford Tn (A)

Conf

28.3.98

Morecambe (H)

Conf

4.4.98

Telford Utd (A)

Conf

13.4.98

Stalybridge Cltc (A)

Conf

18.4.98

Leek Town (H)

Conf

21.4.98

Yeovil Town (H)

Conf

25.4.98

Hereford Utd (A)

Conf

28.4.98

Welling Utd (H)

Conf

2.5.98

Telford Utd (H)

1998/1999

Conf

26.9.98

Hereford Utd (H)

Conf

3.10.98

Northwich Vic (H)

Conf

10.10.98

Farnborough Tn (A)

FAC3q

17.10.98

Forest Green (H)

Conf

24.10.98

Morecambe (H)

Conf

30.1.99

Northwich Vic (A)

Conf

2.2.99

Kidderminster (H)

FAT4

6.2.99

Woking (A)

FAT4r

9.2.99

Woking (H)

Conf

13.2.99

Kidderminster (A)

Conf

16.2.99

Welling Utd (A)

Conf

20.2.99

Hednesford Tn (H)

Conf

23.2.99

Southport (H)

HSCSF

2.3.99

Cogenhoe Utd (A)

Conf

6.3.99

Hayes (A)

Conf

9.3.99

Stevenage Boro (H)

Conf

13.3.99

Leek Town (H)

Conf

16.3.99

Dover Athletic (H)

Conf

20.3.99

Morecambe (A)

Conf

23.3.99

Leek Town (A)

Conf

27.3.99

Kettering Town (A)

Conf

3.4.99

Cheltenham Tn (H)

Conf

5.4.99

Woking (A)

Conf

13.4.99

Yeovil Jct (H)

1999/2000

HSC2

25.1.00

Kettering Town (A)

Guy Branston

Guy Branston

Born 9 January 1979 (Age 18 at debut)

Position: Defender

(Diamonds player #86)

Total appearances 22

(21 League, 1 Hillier Senior Cup)

First spell

Debut: 11 October 1997 (Home Hereford United)

Final game: 1 January 1998 (Away Stevenage Borough)

Second spell

Debut: 20 March 1999 (Away Morecambe)

Final game: 1 May 1999 (Home Kettering Town)

Guy started his career with his home-town club Leicester City. The central defender went out on loan to several clubs in order to gain first team experience, and Diamonds were the first club to take on the young defender. He signed in October 1997, initially for one month, but this was extended to three months. He made 12 appearances before returning to Leicester. He had further loan spells with Colchester United and Plymouth Argyle, before returning to Nene Park in March 1999. until the end of the season. Guy made an additional 10 appearances before returning to Leicester once more.

At the start of the 1999/2000 season, he went on loan to Lincoln City before a loan spell with Rotherham United in October 1999 which eventually led to a permanent move the following month when the Millers paid a £50,000 transfer fee. He made over 100 appearances, before loan spells with Wycombe Wanderers and Peterborough United, followed by a free transfer to Sheffield Wednesday in June 2004. A further loan period at Peterborough United followed, before a short term deal at Oldham Athletic and a permanent move to Peterborough in July 2006. There were loan deals at Rochdale (August 2007) and Northampton Town (November 2007), before he was released in January 2008. He joined Notts County on a short term deal before signing for Kettering Town in February 2008. A move to Burton Albion followed in the summer of 2009, but he found himself on loan again in January 2010 when he went to Torquay United – the move being made permanent on 21 July 2010 when he signed a one year deal. He left the Gulls at the end of the season, and joined League Two side Bradford City on 13 June 2011. He made 13 appearances for the Bantams, but went on a three month loan deal to Rotherham United on 14 October 2011, receiving a red card in his first game back with the Millers on the same evening. During June 2012, his contract with Bradford City was cancelled by mutual consent after just 19 appearances during the season, and he joined League Two side Aldershot Town on 25 June, on a one year deal. On 22 November 2012, Guy went out on a loan deal to fellow League Two side Bristol Rovers until 1 January 2013, but returned to Aldershot just prior to the New Year having scored 1 goal in 4 appearances for the Pirates. He was released by mutual consent on his return, and joined League Two strugglers Plymouth Argyle on 11 January 2013 until the end of the season. He remained at Home Park for the following season, before announcing his retirement from the game in July 2014. In total, he made 503 appearances in his career, scoring 25 times, for 19 different clubs.

He became chief scout at Notts County in 2015, followed by a backroom role with Nuneaton Town before he was appointed as Director of Recruitment and Development at Chesterfield on 2017, a role he held for a short while until a management change at the club. He is now involved with grassroots football in the Leicester area.

Appearances

1997/1998

Conf

11.10.97

Hereford Utd (H)

Conf

18.10.97

Kidderminster (A)

Conf

1.11.97

Slough Town (H)

Conf

8.11.97

Welling Utd (A)

Conf

15.11.97

Kidderminster (H)

HSCQF

18.11.97

Brackley Town (A)

Conf

22.11.97

Morecambe (A)

Conf

25.11.97

Kettering Town (H)

Conf

29.11.97

Hayes (H)

Conf

6.12.97

Northwich Vic (A)

Conf

13.12.97

Dover Athletic (H)

Conf

1.1.98

Stevenage B (A)

as sub

1998/1999

Conf

20.3.99

Morecambe (A)

Conf

23.3.99

Leek Town (A)

Conf

27.3.99

Kettering Town (A)

Conf

3.4.99

Cheltenham Tn (H)

Conf

5.4.99

Woking (A)

Conf

13.4.99

Yeovil Jct (H)

Conf

20.4.99

Kingstonian (H)

Conf

24.4.99

Hereford Utd (A)

Conf

26.4.99

Forest Green (H)

Conf

1.5.99

Kettering Town (H)

Mark Rawle

Mark Rawle

Born 27 April 1979 (Age 18 at debut)

Position: Forward

(Diamonds player #85)

Total appearances 16 – 1 goal

(10 League, 3 FA Cup, 1 FA Trophy, 1 League Cup, 1 Hillier Senior Cup)

Debut:

20 September 1997 (Away Yeovil Town)

Final game:

1 December 1998 (Away Rothwell Town)

Mark Rawle started his professional career with Diamonds after playing junior football in Leicestershire. After impressing in the Under-18 side, he was named on the bench on many occasions, gaining most of his appearances as a substitute. He struggled to gain a place in the starting eleven however, and was released at the end of the 1998/1999 season.

He joined Boston United on 15 June 1999 and in just a season and a half, scored some 32 goals in just over 50 appearances. He quickly became the target of Football League sides, resulting in his £60,000 transfer to Southend United in February 2001 on an eighteen month contract. His strike rate of 20 goals in 89 games for Southend led to his release in June 2003, and he joined Oxford United on a free transfer. Again, he struggled to find his earlier form, and went on loan to Tamworth in January 2005, before making a permanent move to Kidderminster Harriers in February until the end of the season. He joined Woking at the start of the 2005/2006 season, but went on an end of season loan to Gravesend & Northfleet in January 2006. He joined Alfreton Town of the Conference North for the 2006/2007 season, and then joined Kettering Town in July 2007. A loan to Redditch United followed, with a view to a permanent deal, but he was recalled by Kettering in November 2008. A hamstring problem led to his release in January, and he went to Tamworth for a short period. In February 2009, he joined Southern League Premier side Brackley Town. He retired from the playing side of the game and joined Leicester Nirvana as a coach in 2016, and was still in that role for the 2018/19 season.

RAWLE

Appearances

1997/1998

Conf

20.9.97

Yeovil Town (A)

as sub

Conf

27.9.97

Southport (A)

as sub

1 goal

Conf

4.10.97

Woking (H)

as sub

SC1

7.10.97

Hayes (A)

as sub

FAC4q

25.10.97

Boreham Wd (H)

as sub

FAC4qr

28.10.97

Boreham Wd (A)

as sub

Conf

29.11.97

Hayes (H)

as sub

Conf

1.1.98

Stevenage Bro(A)

as sub

Conf

14.3.98

Woking (A)

as sub

Conf

21.3.98

Halifax Town (A)

as sub

Conf

18.4.98

Leek Town (H)

as sub

1998/1999

Conf

7.11.98

Hednesford Tn (A)

as sub

FAC1

14.11.98

Shrewsbury Tn (H)

as sub

FAT2

21.11.98

Bath City (H)

as sub

Conf

28.11.98

Cheltenham Tn(A)

as sub

HSC2

1.12.98

Rothwell Town (A)

Warren Kelly

Warren Kelly

Born 18 April 1968 (Age 29 at debut)

Position: Defender

(Diamonds player # 84)

Total appearances 17

(15 League, 2 FA Cup)

Debut:

20 September 1997 (Away Yeovil Town)

Final game:

2 May 1998 (Home Telford United)

Warren had started his career with Hemel Hampstead and St.Albans City in the late 1980’s, before some nine seasons with Hayes. He was a successful utility player at non-league level, playing in defence or a midfield role if required and helped Hayes to the Ryman League Premier title during his time at the club. He moved to Stevenage Borough and played a part in their Championship campaign in the 1995/1996 season. He joined Diamonds on loan from Stevenage Borough in September 1997, a move that was made permanent the following month, when an £8,000 transfer fee was agreed. The number of appearances were limited due to injury midway through the season, and he was released in May 1998.

After leaving the Diamonds, he moved to Aylesbury United, before returning to St.Albans City. In January 2000, he moved to Hendon where he had a role as player / coach for several years. He then had a coaching role with AFC Wimbledon until the end of the 2006-07 season.  No record of his involvement with the game has been found between 2010 and 2018.

Appearances

1997/1998

Conf

20.9.97

Yeovil Town (A)

as sub

Conf

27.9.97

Southport (A)

Conf

4.10.97

Woking (H)

Conf

11.10.97

Hereford Utd (H)

Conf

18.10.97

Kidderminster (A)

FAC4q

25.10.97

Boreham Wood (H)

FAC4qr

28.10.97

Boreham Wood (A)

Conf

1.11.97

Slough Town (H)

Conf

8.11.97

Welling Utd (A)

Conf

25.11.97

Kettering Town (H)

Conf

29.11.97

Hayes (H)

Conf

13.12.97

Dover Athletic (H)

as sub

Conf

18.4.98

Leek Town (H)

as sub

Conf

21.4.98

Yeovil Town (H)

as sub

Conf

25.4.98

Hereford Utd (A)

Conf

28.4.98

Welling Utd (H)

Conf

2.5.98

Telford Utd (H)

Chris Whyte

Chris Whyte

Born 2 September 1961 (Age 36 at debut)

Position: Defender

(Diamonds player #83)

Total appearances 65 – 1 goal

(53 League, 3 FA Cup, 3 FA Trophy, 2 League Cup. 4 Hillier Senior Cup)

Debut:

20 September 1997 (Away Yeovil Town)

Final game:

18 April 1999 (Away Raunds Town)

The veteran defender joined Diamonds on loan from Oxford United in September 1997 after the team had made a poor start to that campaign. With a long and distinguished career, Chris started at Arsenal, before going on loan to Crystal Palace. After a short spell in the USA, he returned to join West Bromwich Albion in 1988 and joined Leeds United in 1990 for £400,000 where he won a League Championship medal in 1992. After some 147 appearances for Leeds, he had joined Birmingham, before spells with Coventry City, Charlton Athletic, Detroit Neon and Leyton Orient before joining Oxford United. He made his Conference debut in a 2-1 victory at Yeovil Town in September 1997, and his despite his age, the class and composure in defence won him many friends at Nene Park as he helped shore up a leaky defence. The 1998 / 1999 season started well with six straight wins, but an injury at Farnborough Town in October led to a six week break. With the likes of Darren Bradshaw, Jim Rodwell and Ray Warburton all in contention for a first team spot, his days were numbered. Manager Brian Talbot did bring him off the bench at Elland Road, where he received a standing ovation He moved to Harlow Town on 4 November 1999 and played for part of the season, before spending some time back in the USA.

Chris Whyte

Appearances

1997/1998

Conf

20.9.97

Yeovil Town (A)

Conf

27.9.97

Southport (A)

Conf

4.10.97

Woking (H)

SC1

7.10.97

Hayes (A)

Conf

11.10.97

Hereford Utd (H)

Conf

18.10.97

Kidderminster (A)

FAC4q

25.10.97

Boreham Wood(H)

FAC4qr

28.10.97

Boreham Wood(A)

Conf

1.11.97

Slough Town (H)

Conf

8.11.97

Welling Utd (A)

Conf

15.11.97

Kidderminster (H)

Conf

22.11.97

Morecambe (A)

Conf

25.11.97

Kettering Town (H)

Conf

29.11.97

Hayes (H)

Conf

6.12.97

Northwich Vic (A)

Conf

13.12.97

Dover Athletic (H)

Conf

20.12.97

Hayes (A)

Conf

26.12.97

Stevenage Boro (H)

Conf

1.1.98

Stevenage Boro (A)

FAT1

10.1.98

Farnborough Tn (H)

Conf

17.1.98

Southport (H)

Conf

24.1.98

Dover Athletic (A)

FAT2

31.1.98

Cheltenham Tn (A)

Conf

7.2.98

Halifax Town (H)

Conf

14.2.98

Gateshead (A)

Conf

21.2.98

Kettering Town (A)

Conf

28.2.98

Stalybridge Cltc (H)

Conf

7.3.98

Cheltenham Tn (H)

Conf

14.3.98

Woking (A)

Conf

21.3.98

Halifax Town (A)

Conf

23.3.98

Hednesford Tn (A)

Conf

28.3.98

Morecambe (H)

Conf

4.4.98

Telford Utd (A)

Conf

13.4.98

Stalybridge Cltc (A)

Conf

18.4.98

Leek Town (H)

Conf

21.4.98

Yeovil Town (H)

Conf

25.4.98

Hereford Utd (A)

Conf

28.4.98

Welling Utd (H)

Conf

2.5.98

Telford Utd (H)

1998/1999

Conf

15.8.98

Forest Green (A)

1 goal

Conf

18.8.98

Welling Utd (H)

Conf

22.8.98

Barrow (H)

Conf

25.8.98

Kingstonian (A)

Conf

29.8.98

Southport (A)

Conf

5.9.98

Yeovil Jct (A)

Conf

8.9.98

Dover Athletic (A)

Conf

12.9.98

Telford Utd (H)

Conf

19.9.98

Doncaster Rvrs(A)

Conf

26.9.98

Hereford Utd (H)

Conf

3.10.98

Northwich Vic (H)

Conf

10.10.98

Farnborough Tn(A)

HSC2

1.12.98

Rothwell Town (A)

ET2

22.12.98

Farnborough Tn(A)

FAC3r

13.1.99

Leeds Utd (A)

as sub

Conf

2.2.99

Kidderminster (H)

FAT4

6.2.99

Woking (A)

Conf

13.2.99

Kidderminster (A)

Conf

16.2.99

Welling Utd (A)

HSCSF

2.3.99

Cogenhoe Utd (A)

Conf

6.3.99

Hayes (A)

as sub

Conf

16.3.99

Dover Athletic (H)

Conf

20.3.99

Morecambe (A)

HSCSr

10.4.99

Cogenhoe Utd (H)

Conf

13.4.99

Yeovil Jct (H)

as sub

HSCF

18.4.99

Raunds Town (A)

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