Daniel Chillingworth

Daniel Chillingworth

Born 13 September 1981 (Age 23 at debut)

Position: Forward

(Diamonds player #211)

Total appearances 28 – 3 goals

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

Debut:

6 August 2005 (Home Darlington)

Final game:

30 December 2006 (Away Gravesend & Northfleet)

A former England schoolboy international, Daniel began his career with Cambridge United’s youth system. He made his first team debut for the U’s in January 2000, and went on to make 106 appearances, scoring 14 goals. During his time with the club, he went on loan spells with Cambridge City (March 2001), Darlington (November 2001) and Leyton Orient (December 2004).

He was released in May 2005 following United’s relegation into the Conference, and was brought to Nene Park by Barry Hunter on 20 June 2005 on a two year contract. He made his Diamonds debut in the 1-1 draw against Darlington in the first game of the 2005 / 2006 season but after a further five appearances, he fell out of favour. He joined Notts County on loan in February 2006, and was expected to join the Magpies after Diamonds relegation from the Football League, but with the arrival of new manager Paul Hart, he was given another opportunity to impress. After scoring twice in the first four games, things were looking up for the striker but he received a couple of injuries and the goals dried up. Despite this, Daniel made 12 further appearances as well as coming off the bench on a further eight occasions. His last appearance for the Diamonds came in the 1-0 defeat at Gravesend & Northfleet on 30 December 2006.

Daniel Chillingworth

He was released by mutual consent on 31 January 2007, and rejoined Cambridge United, but a series if injuries including a career threatening ankle injury meant his appearances were limited. He was released in the summer of 2008, and joined St.Albans City but the injury problems continued and he had little time on the field. After over a season out and following a long period of rehabilition, he joined UCL side St.Neots Town on 16 July 2010. Dan spent a year out of football during 2011 in order to conventrate on a business venture, and his young family, but joined Eastern Counties Premier side Godmanchester Rovers on 11 July 2012. He continued on a part-time basis before retiring from the game to concentrate on his business.

Appearances

2005/2006 – squad number 12

CCL2

6.8.05

Darlington (H)

CCL2

9.8.05

Mansfield Town (A)

CCL2

20.8.05

Chester City (H)

CCL2

29.8.05

Grimsby Town (A)

as sub

CCL2

10.9.05

Oxford Utd (A)

as sub

CCL2

13.9.05

Macclesfield Tn (A)

as sub

2006/2007 – squad number 10

Conf

12.8.06

Crawley Town (A)

Conf

15.8.06

Grays Athletic (H)

Conf

19.8.06

Forest Green (H)

1 goal

Conf

26.8.06

Southport (A)

1 goal

Conf

28.8.06

York City (H)

as sub

Conf

1.9.06

Kidderminster (A)

Conf

9.9.06

Altrincham (H)

Conf

23.9.06

Woking (A)

Conf

6.10.06

Stevenage Boro(H)

Conf

10.10.06

Halifax Town (H)

Conf

14.10.06

Northwich Vic (A)

Conf

21.10.06

Weymouth (A)

as sub

FAC4q

28.10.06

Altrincham (H)

as sub

HSCQF

31.10.06

Ford Sports (A)

Conf

4.11.06

Dagenham&Red(H)

as sub

FAC1

11.11.06

Yeovil Town (H)

as sub

Conf

18.11.06

St.Albans (A)

as sub

FAC2

2.12.06

Tamworth (H)

as sub

Conf

9.12.06

Oxford Utd (H)

as sub

FAT1

16.12.06

Scarborough (H)

1 goal

Conf

26.12.06

Cambridge Utd(A)

Conf

30.12.06

Gravesend&Nflt(A)

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Greg Pearson

Greg Pearson

Born 3 April 1985 (Age 20 at debut)

Position: Forward

(Diamonds player #210)

Total appearances 38 – 2 goals

(29 League, 3 FA Cup, 1 FA Trophy, 1 League Cup, 1 League Trophy, 2 Hillier Senior Cup, 1 Maunsell Cup)

Debut:

6 August 2005 (Home Darlington)

Final game:

16 December 2006 (Home Scarborough)

Greg was a very promising young striker with the West Ham United youth team and signed a one year contract with the club in July 2004. He failed to break into the first team, going out on a one month loan to Lincoln City in August 2004, before going on loan to Canvey Island in December for the remainder of the season. He was released and joined Rushden & Diamonds on 21 June 2005. He made his debut on 6 August 2005 against Darlington, but one goal in ten starts saw him lose his place. He made 20 starts and a further 8 substitute appearances that season, while the following year saw him make just 5 starts before going out on loan to Hucknall Town on 20 February until the end of the season.

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He was subsequently released, and joined Bishop Stortford where his goalscoring became prolific for the Conference South side during the 2007/08 season. On 8 August 2008, he joined Burton Albion where he remains their top scorer. In three and a half seasons with the Brewers, he helped them attain Football League status and scored 37 times in 118 appearances. He also became a qualified physiotherapist in the summer of 2011 and on 24 November 2011, Greg went on loan to Aldershot Town until 7 January. On his return after six appearances, he went on a further loan of one month to League Two side Crewe Alexandra on 13 January 2012, scoring the winner on his debut at Oxford Utd the following day. On returning to the Brewers, Greg left the club at the end of the season following 37 goals in 138 appearances and on 7 July 2012, joined Conference side Grimsby Town on a one year deal. On 8 February 2013, Greg went out on a loan deal to fellow Conference side Kidderminster Harriers for the remainder of the season. On return to the Mariners, Greg was released during early May. On 4 July 2013, Greg signed for Conference side Nuneaton Town, but after having difficulty maintaining a place in the starting eleven, went on loan to Conference North side Hednesford Town on 27 November 2013 until January 2014, when he returned to Nuneaton, although he was released at the end of that season. Spells at Brackley Town (2014-15), Halesowen (2015) before he joined Hinckley AFC in late 2015 for the remainder of the 2015-16 season. before retiring from the game. His Wikipedia entry is here.

Appearances

2005/2006 – squad number 8

CCL2

6.8.05

Darlington (H)

CCL2

9.8.05

Mansfield Town (A)

CCL2

20.8.05

Chester City (H)

CC1

24.8.05

Coventry City (H)

CCL2

27.8.05

Lincoln City (H)

1 goal

CCL2

29.8.05

Grimsby Town (A)

CCL2

2.9.05

Peterborough U (H)

CCL2

10.9.05

Oxford Utd (A)

CCL2

13.9.05

Macclesfield Tn (A)

CCL2

17.9.05

Stockport Co (H)

CCL2

24.9.05

Notts County (A)

as sub

CCL2

27.9.05

Northampton Tn(H)

as sub

CCL2

1.10.05

Rochdale (A)

as sub

CCL2

7.10.05

Bury (H)

CCL2

15.10.05

Wycombe Wdrs(A)

LDV1

18.10.05

Southend Utd (H)

1 goal

CCL2

22.10.05

Shrewsbury Tn (H)

CCL2

29.10.05

Barnet (A)

FAC1

6.11.05

Halifax Town (A)

FAC1r

15.11.05

Halifax Town (H)

as sub

FAC2

3.12.05

Leyton Orient (H)

as sub

CCL2

17.12.05

Chester City (A)

as sub

CCL2

28.12.05

Cheltenham Tn (H)

as sub

CCL2

31.12.05

Torquay Utd (A)

CCL2

2.1.06

Bristol Rvrs (H)

CCL2

7.1.06

Peterborough U (A)

MCF

24.1.06

Peterborough U (H)

CCL2

22.4.06

Wycombe Wdrs(H)

as sub

2006/2007 – squad number 16

Conf

1.9.06

Kidderminster (A)

as sub

Conf

16.9.06

Stafford Rgrs (A)

as sub

Conf

23.9.06

Woking (A)

as sub

Conf

30.9.06

Burton Albion (H)

Conf

3.10.06

Morecambe (A)

as sub

Conf

6.10.06

Stevenage Boro(H)

Conf

10.10.06

Halifax Town (H)

HSC1

17.10.06

Cogenhoe Utd (H)

HSCQF

31.10.06

Ford Sports (A)

FAT1

16.12.06

Scarborough (H)

as sub

Dave Savage

Dave Savage

Born 30 July 1973 (Age 32 at debut)

Position: Midfielder

(Diamonds player #209)

Total appearances 78 – 3 goals

(67 League, 6 FA Cup, 3 FA Trophy, 1 League Cup, 1 Hillier Senior Cup)

Debut:

6 August 2005 (Home Darlington)

Final game:

28 April 2007 (Away Burton Albion)

The former Republic of Ireland international started his career at League of Ireland First Division side Kilkenny City scoring on his debut in October 1990 and it was during his time there that he was scouted by Brighton & Hove Albion, who signed him in March 1991. At the end of the following season however, Dave was signed by Irish side Longford Town and following two years at the club, he returned to England, being snapped up by Millwall for £15,000. During his time with the Lions, he made 152 appearances, scoring 10 times. On 7 October 1998, he joined Northampton Town for £80,000 and in three seasons with the Cobblers, again notched up 18 goals in 124 games. The attacking midfielder signed for Oxford United in August 2001, and spent two seasons at the Kassam Stadium, before spending the following two season with Bristol Rovers. Dave joined Diamonds on 19 May 2005 on a free transfer, and he was named Club Captain by manager Barry Hunter. He lost this role the following season after the arrival of Chris Hope, but he led out the team for his final game against Burton Albion in April 2007.

Dave Savage

He was released on 1 May 2007, and joined Brackley Town as their captain. In July 2009, he joined Southern League Premier side Oxford City, but decided to announce his retirement from the game in May 2011, after some 463 professional appearances.

Appearances

2005/2006 – squad number 7

CCL2

6.8.05

Darlington (H)

CCL2

20.8.05

Chester City (H)

CC1

24.8.05

Coventry City (H)

CCL2

27.8.05

Lincoln City (H)

CCL2

10.9.05

Oxford Utd (A)

CCL2

13.9.05

Macclesfield Tn (A)

CCL2

17.9.05

Stockport Co (H)

CCL2

24.9.05

Notts County (A)

CCL2

27.9.05

Northampton Tn(H)

1 goal

CCL2

1.10.05

Rochdale (A)

CCL2

7.10.05

Bury (H)

CCL2

15.10.05

Wycombe Wdrs(A)

CCL2

22.10.05

Shrewsbury Tn (H)

1 goal

CCL2

29.10.05

Barnet (A)

FAC1

6.11.05

Halifax Town (A)

CCL2

11.11.05

Boston Utd (H)

FAC1r

15.11.05

Halifax Town (H)

CCL2

26.11.05

Darlington (A)

FAC2

3.12.05

Leyton Orient (H)

CCL2

6.12.05

Carlisle Utd (H)

CCL2

10.12.05

Mansfiled Town (H)

CCL2

17.12.05

Chester City (A)

CCL2

26.12.05

Leyton Orient (A)

CCL2

28.12.05

Cheltenham Tn (H)

CCL2

31.12.05

Torquay Utd (A)

CCL2

2.1.06

Bristol Rvrs (H)

CCL2

7.1.06

Peterborough U (A)

CCL2

14.1.06

Wrexham (H)

CCL2

21.1.06

Stockport Co (A)

CCL2

28.1.06

Oxford Utd (H)

CCL2

14.2.06

Wrexham (A)

as sub

CCL2

18.2.06

Carlisle Utd (A)

CCL2

11.3.06

Lincoln City (A)

CCL2

8.4.06

Bristol Rvrs (A)

CCL2

15.4.06

Rochdale (H)

as sub

CCL2

18.4.06

Shrewsbury Tn (A)

2006/2007 – squad number 7

Conf

12.8.06

Crawley Town (A)

Conf

15.8.06

Grays Athletic (H)

Conf

19.8.06

Forest Green (H)

Conf

26.8.06

Southport (A)

Conf

28.8.06

York City (H)

Conf

1.9.06

Kidderminster (A)

as sub

Conf

9.9.06

Altrincham (H)

as sub

Conf

12.9.06

Tamworth (A)

as sub

Conf

16.9.06

Stafford Rgrs (A)

as sub

Conf

19.9.06

Gravesend&Nflt(H)

Conf

23.9.06

Woking (A)

Conf

30.9.06

Burton Albion (H)

Conf

3.10.06

Morecambe (A)

Conf

10.10.06

Halifax Town (H)

as sub

Conf

14.10.06

Northwich Vic (A)

Conf

21.10.06

Weymouth (A)

FAC4q

28.10.06

Altrincham (H)

Conf

4.11.06

Dagenham&Red(H)

FAC1

11.11.06

Yeovil Town (H)

Conf

18.11.06

St.Albans (A)

Conf

25.11.06

Aldershot Tn (H)

FAC2

2.12.06

Tamworth (H)

Conf

9.12.06

Oxford Utd (H)

FAT1

16.12.06

Scarborough (H)

Conf

26.12.06

Cambridge Utd (A)

Conf

30.12.06

Gravesend&Nflt(A)

Conf

1.1.07

Tamworth (H)

1 goal

Conf

6.1.07

Altrincham (A)

FAT2

13.1.07

Witton Albion (A)

as sub

Conf

23.1.07

Cambridge Utd (H)

as sub

Conf

29.1.07

Oxford Utd (A)

as sub

FAT3

3.2.07

Gravesend&Nflt(A)

Conf

13.3.07

Halifax Town (A)

as sub

HSCF

20.3.07

Woodford Utd (A)

Conf

27.3.07

Grays Athletic (A)

Conf

3.4.07

Weymouth (H)

as sub

Conf

10.4.07

York City (A)

Conf

14.4.07

Kidderminster (H)

as sub

Conf

17.4.07

Stevenage Boro(A)

Conf

21.4.07

Woking (H)

Conf

23.4.07

Northwich Vic (H)

Conf

28.4.07

Burton Albion (A)

Jamie Young

Jamie Young

Born 25 August 1985 (Age 19 at debut)

Position: Goalkeeper

(Diamonds player #208)

Total appearances 24

(20 League, 3 FA Cup, 1 League Cup)

Debut:

6 August 2005 (Home Darlington)

Final game:

2 January 2006 (Home Bristol Rovers)

Born in Brisbane, Australia, Jamie came to the UK in the summer of 2002 after winning a scholarship with Reading. Thanks to his parents nationality, he had represented England at Under-20 level and the highly rated keeper was brought to Nene Park by Barry Hunter on 1 July 2005 for a season long loan. During his stay, he was only able to keep three clean sheets, although that was mainly down to a poor defence, and he conceded five in the Boxing Day 2005 defeat at Leyton Orient. After just 24 apprearances for Diamonds however, the loan was reviewed and he returned to Reading on 10 January 2006.

young

At the end of the 2005 / 2006 season, he was released by Reading and joined Wycombe Wanderers on a one year deal, which was later extended for a further three years. A knee injury kept him sidelined for most of the 2007 / 2008 season and first team action has been limited since his injury. On 11 March 2010, he was released and signed for League Two side Aldershot Town until the end of the season. In three years with the Shots, Jamie made 123 appearances, before being released to join Conference South club Basingstoke Town on 20 September 2013 as cover for their unavailable regular keeper. He moved on to join fellow Conference South side Whitehawk on 4 October 2013, but after a single appearance there he moved to Hayes & Yeading United. In 2014 he returned to Australia to join Brisbane Roar, and was still with them in 2018. His Wikipedia page is here.

Appearances

2005/2006 – squad number 1

CCL2

6.8.05

Darlington (H)

CCL2

9.8.05

Mansfield Town (A)

CCL2

20.8.05

Chester City (H)

CC1

24.8.05

Coventry City (H)

CCL2

27.8.05

Lincoln City (H)

CCL2

29.8.05

Grimsby Town (A)

CCL2

2.9.05

Peterborough U (H)

CCL2

10.9.05

Oxford Utd (A)

CCL2

13.9.05

Macclesfield Tn (A)

CCL2

17.9.05

Stockport Co (H)

CCL2

24.9.05

Notts County (A)

CCL2

27.9.05

Northampton Tn(H)

CCL2

1.10.05

Rochdale (A)

CCL2

7.10.05

Bury (H)

CCL2

29.10.05

Barnet (A)

as sub

FAC1

6.11.05

Halifax Town (A)

FAC1r

15.11.05

Halifax Town (H)

FAC2

3.12.05

Leyton Orient (H)

CCL2

10.12.05

Mansfield Town (H)

CCL2

17.12.05

Chester City (A)

CCL2

26.12.05

Leyton Orient (A)

CCL2

28.12.05

Cheltenham Tn (H)

CCL2

31.12.05

Torquay Utd (A)

CCL2

2.1.06

Bristol Rovers (H)

Mark Williams

Mark Williams

Born 28 September 1970 (Age 34 at debut)

Position: Defender

(Diamonds player #207)

Total appearances 7

(7 League)

Debut:

5 March 2005 (Away Scunthorpe United)

Final game:

23 April 2005 (Away Darlington)

Mark started off as a trainee with Crewe Alexandra before joining Newtown FC in August 1989. In March 1992, he joined Shrewsbury Town enjoying over three years with the club before an offer of £47,000 took him to Chesterfield in August 1995. It was while he was at Chesterfield that he won his first cap for Northern Ireland, making his debut against Germany on 27 March 1999. He went on to make 36 appearances for his country, including taking the captaincy.

He was signed by Watford on July 1999, before Wimbledon snapped him up the following season. During his spell at Wimbledon, he went out on loan to Stoke City before deciding to quit English football in May 2003. His spell with Colombus Crew in the US Major League however was cut short after being summoned back for International duty and he decided to re-join Wimbledon in January 2004 (becoming MK Dons in June that year). He was loaned to Rushden & Diamonds on 2 March 2005 due to a long term injury to Graham Allen. The one month loan spell was later extended to the end of the season.

At the end of the season, he was released by MK Dons and decided to retire from football and currently resides in Marbella, Spain. He owns a company that provides golfing holidays on the Costa del Sol (www.vipgolfingbreaks.com).

Appearances

2004/2005 – squad number 40

CCL2

5.3.05

Scunthorpe Utd (A)

CCL2

12.3.05

Northampton Tn (H)

CCL2

19.3.05

Kidderminster H (A)

CCL2

2.4.05

Yeovil Town (H)

CCL2

9.4.05

Bristol Rovers (A)

CCL2

16.4.05

Boston Utd (H)

CCL2

23.4.05

Darlington (A)

Scott Shearer

Scott Shearer

Born 15 February 1981 (Age 24 at debut)

Position: Goalkeeper

(Diamonds player #206)

Total appearances 13

(13 League)

First spell

Debut: 19 February 2005 (Away Notts County)

Final game: 26 February 2005 (Home Mansfield Town)

Second spell

Debut: 12 March 2005 (Home Northampton Town)

Final game: 7 May 2005 (Away Macclesfield Town)

Scott was born in Glasgow and started his career north of the border. He played in goal for Albion Rovers making his debut in April 2001 and managed to score a last minute equaliser against Queens Park in February 2003. He played over 50 games, before signing for Championship side Coventry City in July 2003 for a nominal fee and became their first choice keeper. He represented Scotland in a B International while with Coventry. He lost his place to Luke Steele in September 2004, when the Manchester United keeper was brought in for a season long loan, and arrived at Nene Park on 18 February 2005 for a one month loan. After just ten days however, he was recalled to back to Coventry due to injuries but played just one more time for them. He returned to Diamonds on 11 March 2005 for the remainder of the season.

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He was released by Coventry at the end of the season, and joined Bristol Rovers in July 2005. After being first choice keeper for a year, he lost his place and went on a three month loan deal with Shrewsbury Town in October 2006. The loan was extended to the end of the season, and he should have played in the League Two play off final, but the match was against his parent club, so he was barred from playing despite being released a few days later. He joined Wycombe Wanderers on 29 May 2007, but a knee injury kept him sidelined for most of the season. Having recovered for the start of the 2008/09 season, he suffered a recurrence of an ankle problem in February 2009. Scott was released in May 2010, and joined Conference side Wrexham on 26 July 2010. After nine appearances however, he found himself on the bench and elected to move to Crawley Town on 1 January 2011 on an eighteen month deal. On 25 May 2012, it was announced he would be joining League Two side Rotherham United on expiry of his contract with Crawley, to team up with his former manager Steve Evans. He underwent an operation in October 2012, which kept him out of the side until the following March, when he returned to the starting line-up. Following a further season with the Millers, and a total of 31 appearances, he was released on 28 May 2014,  joining League One side Crewe Alexandra on 3 July 2014. He moved to Mansfield Town for the 2015-16 and 2016-17 seasons, prior to joining Oxford United ahead of the 2017-18 season, when his appearances were limited to cup games, although he did make his league debut in August 2018. His Wikipedia page is here.

Appearances

2004/2005 – squad number 19

CCL2

19.2.05

Notts County (A)

CCL2

22.2.05

Bury (H)

CCL2

26.2.05

Mansfield Tn (H)

CCL2

12.3.05

Northampton Tn(H)

CCL2

19.3.05

Kidderminster (A)

CCL2

25.3.05

Lincoln City (H)

CCL2

28.3.05

Grimsby Town (A)

CCL2

2.4.05

Yeovil Town (H)

CCL2

9.4.05

Bristol Rvrs (A)

CCL2

16.4.05

Boston Utd (H)

CCL2

23.4.05

Darlington (A)

CCL2

30.4.05

Cambridge U (H)

CCL2

7.5.05

Macclesfield Tn(A)

Neil McCafferty

Neil McCafferty

Born 19 July 1984 (Age 20 at debut)

Position: Midfielder

(Diamonds player #205)

Total appearances 45

(39 League, 3 FA Cup, 1 League Cup, 2 League Trophy)

Debut:

29 January 2005 (Away Rochdale)

Final game:

14 January 2006 (Home Wrexham)

Born in Derry, Northern Ireland, Neil began his career as a trainee with Charlton Athletic, but despite earning a contract at the end of his tenure in the youth team, failed to break into the first team. He went out on a months loan to Cambridge United in December 2003, extended by a further month returning to Charlton.

Neil arrived at Nene Park on 27 January 2005 on a one month loan deal, but this was extended to three months. At the end of the season, he was released by Charlton and signed a 2 year deal on 24 June 2005. Despite being a regular in the side during the opening five months, he suffered a torn groin muscle in what was to be his final game against against Wrexham and failed to regain his place in the side. He left by mutual consent on 31 March 2006.

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He returned to Northern Ireland to sign for his hometown club, Derry City where he remained until January 2008 when he signed a short term deal with Grays Athletic. On 1 July 2008, he went back to Donegal to joinFinn Harps in the eircom League of Ireland Premier Division. His stay however was short lived, and he joined Dungannon Swiftsfrom the same League on 8 December 2008, although he was unable to make his debut until the following month. On 12 June 2010, Neil joined Irish Premier side Portadown before going out on a loan spell with Ballymena United on 28 January 2011, until the end of the season. He returned to the Ports for the 2012/2013 season. After a spell with Coleraine Town from 2014 to 2017, he moved on to Warrenpoint Town for the 2017/18 season. He was no longer on their books in the 2018/19 season.

Appearances

2004/2005 – squad number 22

CCL2

29.1.05

Rochdale (A)

CCL2

5.2.05

Chester City (A)

CCL2

12.2.05

Wycombe W’s (H)

CCL2

19.2.05

Notts County (A)

CCL2

22.2.05

Bury (H)

CCL2

26.2.05

Mansfield Town (H)

CCL2

5.3.05

Scunthorpe Utd (A)

CCL2

12.3.05

Northampton Tn (H)

CCL2

19.3.05

Kidderminster (A)

CCL2

25.3.05

Loincoln City (H)

CCL2

28.3.05

Grimsby Town (A)

CCL2

2.4.05

Yeovil Town (H)

CCL2

9.4.05

Bristol Rovers (A)

CCL2

16.4.05

Boston Utd (H)

CCL2

23.4.05

Darlington (A)

CCL2

30.4.05

Cambridge Utd (H)

2005/2006 – squad number 16

CCL2

6.8.05

Darlington (H)

CCL2

9.8.05

Mansfield Town (A)

CCL2

20.8.05

Chester City (H)

CC1

24.8.05

Coventry City (H)

CCL2

27.8.05

Lincoln City (H)

CCL2

29.8.05

Grimsby Town (A)

CCL2

2.9.05

Peterborough (H)

CCL2

10.9.05

Oxford Utd (A)

CCL2

24.9.05

Notts County (A)

as sub

CCL2

27.9.05

Northampton Tn (H)

as sub

CCL2

1.10.05

Rochdale (A)

CCL2

7.10.05

Bury (H)

CCL2

15.10.05

Wycombe W’s (A)

LDV1

18.10.05

Southend Utd (H)

CCL2

22.10.05

Shrewsbury Tn (H)

FAC1

6.11.05

Halifax Town (A)

CCL2

11.11.05

Boston Utd (H)

FAC1r

15.11.05

Halifax Town (H)

LDV2

22.11.05

Swansea City (A)

CCL2

26.11.05

Darlington (A)

FAC2

3.12.05

Leyton Orient (H)

CCL2

6.12.05

Carlisle Utd (H)

CCL2

10.12.05

Mansfield Tn (H)

CCL2

17.12.05

Chester City (A)

as sub

CCL2

26.12.05

Leyton Orient (A)

as sub

CCL2

31.12.05

Torquay Utd (A)

CCL2

2.1.06

Bristol Rovers (H)

CCL2

7.1.06

Peterborough (A)

CCL2

14.1.06

Wrexham (H)

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