Game 600 – 28 December 2002

Game 600

Whilst on their way to winning the Division 3 title, Rushden & Diamonds passed the milestone of their 600th game.

oufc

Saturday 28 December 2002

(Nationwide) Football League Division Three

Rushden & Diamonds 0 Oxford United 2

Nene Park, Irthlingborough

After the disappointment of the Play-Off Final defeat in Cardiff the previous season, Diamonds had gone from strength to strength and were topping the Division Three table at Christmas on goal difference from Hartlepool United. Oxford were eight points adrift, back in 6th place.

Oxford had several players in their side who were later the play for Diamonds, including goalkeeper Andy Woodman, midfielder Dave Savage and striker, Jefferson Louis, who came on as a second half substitute.

The stats for the game speak for themselves – Diamonds 14 shots on target, no goals, Oxford 2 shots on target, 2 goals. The fact that the visitors kept a clean sheet was thanks to some fine keeping by Woodman as the U’s defence came under increasing pressure. Totally against the run of play, it was Dave Savage who scored the opening goal after 13 minutes, skipping past three defenders and firing past Billy Turley.

The goal gave Oxford the confidence to go forward, and they grabbed a second on the half hour when Dave Oldfield’s 25yard volley beat Turley.

Diamonds went on the attack in the second half but were unable to beat the Oxford defence. Woodman produced a fantastic point blank save to deny Onandi Lowe, but despite ending the game with some twenty attempts on goal and 16 corners, they were unable to put the ball in the back of the net.

Hartlepool’s 3-0 win at home to Cambridge United pushed Diamonds back into second place – a tussle which was to continue until the final game of the season which eventually saw both clubs promoted and the Division Three title head to Nene Park.

Team: Billy Turley, Paul Underwood, Barry Hunter, Mark Peters, Stuart Wardley, Duane Darby, Stuart Gray (Andy Burgess 74), Marcus Bignot, David Bell, Paul Hall, Onandi Lowe.

Goals: Dave Savage 13 (0-1), Dave Oldfield 30 (0-2).

Attendance: 4891.

Statistics

P

W

D

L

F

A

Southern League

168

102

39

27

392

184

Conference

210

103

52

55

360

240

Football League

70

32

21

17

103

75

Football League P/off

3

1

1

1

5

6

FA Cup

45

24

10

11*

83

45

FA Trophy

30

17

5

8

49

31

FA Vase

5

2

2

1

11

10

Football League Trophy

3

0

0

3

1

13

League Cup

(non League)

30

16

5

9

52

40

League Cup

(League)

4

2#

0

2

3

12

Hillier Senior

Cup

26

17

2

7*

66

27

Maunsell Cup

4

3

0

1

6

6

Championship Shield

2

2#

0

0

5

2

Total

600

321

137

142

1136

691

(# = 1 game won on penalty kicks)

(* = 1 game lost on penalty kicks)

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Game 500 – 3 March 2001

Game 500

Whilst on their way to winning the Football Conference, Rushden & Diamonds reached the milestone of their 500th game.

woking

Saturday 3 March 2001

(Nationwide) Conference

Rushden & Diamonds 2 Woking 0

Nene Park, Irthlingborough

Brian Talbot celebrated his 4th Anniversary as manager of Diamonds with this win over Woking. It was his 218th game in charge and his 115th win. Diamonds previous nine games had seen them gain 23 points and moved them to the top of the Conference table on goal difference from Yeovil Town. Woking were mid-table, but they were also undefeated since Christmas.

Diamonds dominated the game from the kick-off however, and a mixture of missed chances and some fine saves from Australian keeper Vince Matassa kept the game goalless at the half time break.

Within a minute of the restart, Diamonds went in front when Duane Darby’s shot from the edge of the area was deflected past the Woking keeper. Shaun Carey added a second on 65 minutes after Justin Jackson had crossed to the far post for Darby to knock the ball back in for the former Norwich midfielder to nod home his only goal for the club.

Woking’s Jamie Pitman was sent off with 15 minutes remaining, but the score remained at 2-0 despite Diamonds finishing with figures of 12 corners, and 25 shots on goal. There was a big cheer when Mark Sale came on as a late substitute having spent eighteen months out of the game battling against cancer.

The win extended Diamonds lead in the Conference table after Yeovil’s 1-1 draw at home to Stevenage Borough, although the Somerset side still had the advantage with two games in hand. The season was to finish on a high with Diamonds winning promotion, some six points ahead of Yeovil Town.

Team: Billy Turley, Tarkan Mustafa, Gary Setchell, Shaun Carey, Mark Peters, Ray Warburton, Garry Butterworth, Jon Brady, Justin Jackson (Mark Sale 88), Duane Darby, Andy Burgess.

Goals: Duane Darby 46 (1-0), Shaun Carey 65 (2-0).

Attendance: 3680.

Statistics

P

W

D

L

F

A

Southern League

168

102

39

27

392

184

Conference

198

97

47

54

342

231

FA Cup

40

22

9

9*

76

37

FA Trophy

30

17

5

8

49

31

FA Vase

5

2

2

1

11

10

Football League

Trophy

1

0

0

1

0

2

League Cup

30

16

5

9

52

40

Hillier Senior

Cup

25

17

2

6*

65

24

Maunsell Cup

2

2

0

0

3

1

Championship Shield

1

1

0

0

3

0

Total

500

276

109

115

993

560

(* = 1 game lost on penalty kicks)

Game 400 – 20 April 1999

Game 400

During the 1998/99 season Rushden & Diamonds reached the milestone of their 400th game.

kinston

Saturday 20 April 1999

(Nationwide) Conference

Rushden & Diamonds 0 Kingstonian 0

Nene Park, Irthlingborough

A heart-breaking defeat at home to Cheltenham Town earlier in the month had all but ended Diamonds hopes of the Conference title. A draw at Woking, and another home defeat against Yeovil Town had left Diamonds now back in 4th place, while Kingstonian were in 9th position.

Darren Collins returned to the starting line-up after a three match suspension after his dismissal at Woking, but Mark Cooper was out with a one match ban. Kingstonian fielded two former Diamonds – defender Matt Crossley and striker David Leworthy. Also playing was full back Tarkan Mustafa, who was to join Diamonds after the following season.

Both sides played out a goal-less draw, although it was a game Diamonds should have won. Carl Heggs had a great chance on 13 minutes when he had just the keeper to beat, but a weak shot allowed Steve Farrelly to push the ball away. Moments later, Colin West scooped the ball over the bar from 4yards, but his collision with the Kingstonian keeper resulted in both players suffering injury. West was unable to continue, and Mequel de Souza replaced him, while Farrelly continued due to the lack of a substitute goalkeeper.

Despite the keeper struggling for some 70 minutes, Diamonds were only able to test him on one occasion when a Darren Collins shot from Paul Underwood’s cross was blocked.

Having had the highest gate against Cheltenham some two weeks earlier, an attendance of 1818 was the first time the gate had fallen below 2000. A win would have lifted Diamonds up a place, but Cheltenham’s draw against Forest Green Rovers meant they only required two points from their remaining four games to secure the Conference title.

Team: Andy Collett, Carl Heggs, Darren Bradshaw, Michael McElhatton, Jim Rodwell, Guy Branston, Jon Brady, Garry Butterworth, Colin West (Mequel de Souza 21), Darren Collins, Paul Underwood.

Attendance: 1818.

Statistics

P

W

D

L

F

A

Southern League

168

102

39

27

392

184

Conference

123

56

28

39

204

157

FA Cup

32

18

7

7

59

28

FA Trophy

20

11

3

6

34

23

FA Vase

5

2

2

1

11

10

League Cup

27

15

5

7

50

37

Hillier Senior Cup

23

16

2

5*

60

19

Maunsell Cup

1

1

0

0

2

1

Championship Shield

1

1

0

0

3

0

Total

400

222

86

92

815

459

(* = 1 game lost on penalty kicks)

Game 300 – 30 August 1997

Game 300

Early in the 1997/78 season Rushden & Diamonds reached the milestone of their 300th game.

gateshead prog

Saturday 30 August 1997

(Vauxhall) Conference

Rushden & Diamonds 3 Gateshead 2

Nene Park, Irthlingborough

Roger Ashby had been in charge of Diamonds for their first 282 games before Brian Talbot took over the reigns in March. Having avoided the threat of relegation in their first Conference season, Diamonds finished a respectable 12th, but the 1997/1998 season had got off to an awful start, with just one point from the opening four games and they were bottom of the League table.

Despite the poor form, Diamonds got off to a great start when Jamie Ndah’s aerial presence created havoc in the penalty area after John Hamsher’s right wing cross on 5 minutes. Michael Mison was on hand to poke the ball home for his first goal for the club.

On 19 minutes, they were two up when former Gateshead defender Kenny Cramman lifted a free kick into the area for Jamie Ndah to score with a powerful header. Darren Collins appeared to make the game safe on 37 minutes when he added a third with a near post header from a corner kick.

Despite looking comfortable, Diamonds nearly conspired to let the visitors back into the game. In the space of six second half minutes, Steve Bowey scrambled the ball home for Gateshead, before South African Under-21 debutant Graham Robinson, who had just signed from Whitby Town, added another when he glanced home a header. The goals made for a nervous final fifteen minutes, but they held on and the win lifted Diamonds off the bottom of the table.

Team: Steve Cherry, John Hamsher, Kenny Cramman, Michael Mison, Jim Rodwell, Andy Peaks, Gary Crosby, Garry Butterworth, Jamie Ndah (Carl Alford 69), Darren Collins, Brendan Hackett (Paul Underwood 69).

Goals: Michael Mison 5 (1-0), Jamie Ndah 19 (2-0), Darren Collins 37 (3-0), Steve Bowey 70 (3-1), Graham Robinson 76 (3-2).

Attendance: 2211.

Statistics

P

W

D

L

F

A

Southern League

168

102

39

27

392

184

Conference

47

15

12

20

65

71

FA Cup

22

14

3

5

45

20

FA Trophy

14

8

2

4

25

15

FA Vase

5

2

2

1

11

10

League Cup

25

15

5

5

49

32

Hillier Senior Cup

17

12

1

4#

49

14

Maunsell Cup

1

1

0

0

2

1

Championship Shield

1

1

0

0

3

0

Total

300

170

64

66

641

347

(# = 1 game lost on penalty kicks)

Game 200 – 14 October 1995

Game 200

During the Championship winning season in the Beazer Homes Southern League Premier Division, Rushden & Diamonds reached the milestone of their 200th game.

gresley prog

Saturday 14 October 1995

Southern League (Beazer Homes)

Premier Division

Gresley Rovers 0 Rushden & Diamonds 3

Moat Ground, Church Gresley

Twelve months earlier, Diamonds had lost on their first visit to the Moat and they were looking to avenge that defeat. They had finished 5th in the League and were looking to secure a place in the Conference during their fourth League campaign. After just nine games, they were flying high in the table with 7 wins, 1 draw, and 1 defeat, while Rovers were mid-table but had only gained one point in their previous four games.

The home side started well with David Taylor going close early on, but Diamonds midfielders Garry Butterworth and Neil Smith soon took control.

The opening goal came on 25 minutes after keeper Stuart Ford tipped over Darren Collins effort. From the corner, the ball was only half cleared and Brendan Hackett crossed the ball back into the area where Al James Hannigan stooped low to head home for his first goal for the club.

Diamonds rarely looked in trouble during the second half and went further ahead on 54 minutes. Andy Kirkup dispossessed Andy Marsden and set Collins clear on goal. Despite being forced wide by the keeper, he checked and turned inside to sidefoot the ball home.

Eight minutes from time, Garry Butterworth added a third. Collins’ cross from the left found Kevin Wilkin at the far post, and his header back into the goalmouth saw Butterworth head home from 8 yards.

Team: Graham Benstead, Tim Wooding, Nick Ashby, Andy Peaks, Neil Smith, Al James Hannigan, Andy Kirkup, Garry Butterworth, Darren Collins, Kevin Wilkin, Brendan Hackett.

Goals: Al James Hannigan 25 (0-1), Darren Collins 54 (0-2), Garry Butterworth 82 (0-3).

Attendance: 808.

Statistics

P

W

D

L

F

A

Southern League

136

81

33

22

317

151

FA Cup

13

9

1

3

26

11

FA Trophy

12

8

2

2

24

12

FA Vase

5

2

2

1

11

10

League Cup

20

12

5

3

44

27

Hillier Senior Cup

13

10

1

2#

43

11

Maunsell Cup

1

1

0

0

2

1

Total

200

123

44

33

467

223

(# = 1 game lost on penalty kicks)

Game 100 – 12 February 1994

Game 100

During their second season in the Beazer Home Southern League Midland Division Rushden & Diamonds reached the milestone of their 100th game.

evesham prog

Saturday 12 February 1994

Southern League (Beazer Homes)

Midland Division

Evesham United 1 Rushden & Diamonds 4

Common Road, Evesham

Diamonds visited Common Road in 2nd position in the League table, six points behind VS Rugby, but with 3 games in hand, while the home side resided in 9th position.

Aidy Mann returned to the side after a ten week lay-off with damaged stomach muscles, and he replaced the suspended Andy Peaks.

Diamonds had an excellent start, taking the lead after just 5 minutes when Dale Watkins burst into the penalty area and pulled the ball back for Mickey Nuttell to blast into the top corner. The lead was short lived however as Dave Morbey equalised for the home side with a shot from 25yards which dipped over keeper Kevin Fox.

Despite the setback, Diamonds were allowed space to create several chances. Evesham keeper Billy Turley, later to join Rushden, kept the home side on level terms until just after the half time break. On 48 minutes, Mann’s long ball forward was headed on by Nuttell to Dale Watkins, who appeared to be in an offside position. Despite appeals, the referee waved play on and Watkins played the ball in for Paul York to finish from close range.

On 56 minutes, Diamonds were awarded a penalty when Andy Ryan handled a Glen Beech corner – Nuttell sending the spot kick past Turley. The game was never in doubt and in the final ten minutes, centre half John Flower added a fourth, nodding home after Beech’s free kick had been turned onto the post by Turley.

VS Rugby’s surprise defeat at Dudley Town on the same afternoon saw Diamonds close in on their rivals.

Team: Kevin Fox, Tim Wooding, Dave Johnson, Jon Flower, Paul Richardson, Darrell Page, Glen Beech, Aidy Mann (Paul Coe 83), Mickey Nuttell, Dale Watkins, Paul York.

Goals: Mickey Nuttell 5 (0-1), Dave Morbey 8 (1-1), Paul York 48 (1-2), Mickey Nuttell 56pen (1-3), John Flower 82 (1-4).

Attendance: 244

Statistics

P

W

D

L

F

A

Southern League

67

42

16

9

147

64

FA Cup

9

6

1

2

15

8

FA Trophy

1

0

0

1

0

1

FA Vase

5

2

2

1

11

10

League Cup

12

7

3

2

30

19

Hillier Senior Cup

6

5

0

1

18

4

Total

100

62

22

16

221

106

Team Line-ups 2010-11

Team Line-ups 2010-11

14/08/2010, Fleetwood (Home); Blue Square Bet Premier, Roberts, Miller, Corcoran, Porter, Stuart, Osano, Power, Simmonds, Farrell, Howe, Spence. Subs: Charles, Huke, Johnson

17/08/2010, Bath City (Away); Blue Square Bet Premier, Roberts, Miller, Corcoran, Porter, Stuart, Osano, Power, Spence, Farrell, Howe, Green. Subs: Charles, Johnson, Robinson

21/08/2010, Barrow (Away); Blue Square Bet Premier, Roberts, Corcoran, Robinson, Porter, Stuart, Osano, Power, Johnson, Charles, Howe, Green. Subs: Spence, Huke, Simmonds

24/08/2010, AFC Wimbledon (Home); Blue Square Bet Premier, Roberts, Corcoran, Robinson, Porter, Huke, Osano, Power, Johnson, Charles, Howe, Green. Subs: Spence, Koranteng, Miller

28/08/2010, Grimsby (Home); Blue Square Bet Premier, Roberts, Miller, Robinson, Porter, Stuart, Osano, Power, Johnson, Charles, Howe, Green. Subs: Spence, Koranteng, Day

30/08/2010, Kettering Town (Away); Blue Square Bet Premier, Roberts, Miller, Robinson, Porter, Stuart, Osano, Power, Johnson, Charles, Howe, Green. Subs: Spence, Day, Koranteng

04/09/2010, York City (Away); Blue Square Bet Premier, Roberts, Porter, Robinson, Spence, Stuart, Osano, Power, Johnson, Charles, Howe, Green. Subs: Day, O’Connor, Koranteng

11/09/2010, Newport County (Home); Blue Square Bet Premier, Roberts, Miller, Day, Porter, Stuart, Osano, Power, Charles, O’Connor, Howe, Green. Subs: Spence, Farrell, Johnson

18/09/2010, Southport (Away); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Miller, Day, Huke, Stuart, Osano, Power, O’Connor, Farrell, Howe, Porter. Subs: Charles, Johnson

21/09/2010, Histon (Home); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Miller, Day, Huke, Stuart, Osano, Power, O’Connor, Farrell, Charles, Porter. Subs: Johnson, Robinson, Green

26/09/2010, Crawley Town (Home); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Miller, Day, Huke, Stuart, Osano, Power, O’Connor, Sills, Howe, Porter. Subs: Johnson, Green, Charles

29/09/2010, Eastbourne Borough (Away); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Miller, Day, Huke, Stuart, Osano, Johnson, O’Connor, Sills, Howe, Porter. Subs: Robinson, Spence, Charles

02/10/2010, Altrincham (Away); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Miller, Day, Huke, Stuart, Osano, Johnson, O’Connor, Sills, Howe, Porter. Subs: Charles, Spence

05/10/2010, Darlington (Home); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Miller, Day, Huke, Stuart, Osano, Johnson, O’Connor, Sills, Howe, Porter. Subs: Robinson, Charles

09/10/2010, Mansfield (Home); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Osano, Day, Power, Stuart, Huke, Johnson, O’Connor, Sills, Howe, Porter. Subs: Robinson, Spence, Charles

16/10/2010, Daventry United (Home); Hillier Cup, Key, Miller, Robinson, Keehan, Gillingwater, Corcoran, Green, York, Charles, Read, Spence. Subs: King, Earls, Wilson

16/10/2010, Tamworth (Away); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Osano, Day, Porter, Stuart, Huke, Johnson, O’Connor, Sills, Howe, Power. Subs: Spence, Charles, Corcoran

23/10/2010, Kettering Town (Away); FA Cup, Day, Osano, Day, Porter, Stuart, Huke, Johnson, Power, Howe, O’Connor, Spence. Subs: Miller, Robinson, Charles

30/10/2010, Barrow (Home); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Corcoran, Day, Porter, Osano, Huke, Johnson, O’Connor, Sills, Charles, Power. Subs: Robinson, Miller, Farrell

06/11/2010, Yeovil Town (Home); FA Cup, Day, Corcoran, Day, Porter, Osano, Huke, Power, O’Connor, Howe, Charles, Spence. Subs: Miller, Farrell, Robinson

09/11/2010, Kidderminster (Away); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Corcoran, Day, Porter, Stuart, Osano, Power, O’Connor, Sills, Howe, Spence. Subs: , Farrell, Johnson

13/11/2010, Fleetwood (Away); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Osano, Day, Porter, Stuart, Corcoran, Johnson, Keehan, O’Connor, Howe, Power. Subs: Charles, Sills, Spence

20/11/2010, York City (Home); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Osano, Day, Porter, Stuart, Huke, Corcoran, Charles, O’Connor, Howe, Power. Subs: Johnson, Sills, Farrell

27/11/2010, Forest Green Rovers (Away); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Miller, Robinson, Porter, Stuart, Huke, Power, O’Connor, Sills, Farrell, Spence. Subs: Johnson, Charles, Smith

11/12/2010, Eastwood Town (Home); FA Trophy, Day, Miller, Robinson, Power, Stuart, Osano, Johnson, Farrell, Howe, O’Connor, Spence. Subs: Smith, Charles

01/01/2011, Luton (Away); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Miller, Osano, Power, Stuart, Huke, Johnson, O’Connor, Gash, Smith, Charles. Subs: Howe, Corcoran, King

03/01/2011, Kettering Town (Home); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Osano, Day, Corcoran, Stuart, Miller, Porter, O’Connor, Gash, Charles, Power. Subs: Farrell

08/01/2011, Altrincham (Home); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Osano, Day, Corcoran, Prosser, Thorne, Porter, O’Connor, Gash, Farrell, Power. Subs: Charles, Johnson, Miller

11/01/2011, Eastwood Town (Away); FA Trophy, Day, Osano, Day, Porter, Corcoran, Miller, Johnson, O’Connor, Farrell, Charles, Power. Subs: King, Smith, Spence

12/01/2011, Brackley Town (Home); Hillier Cup, Evans, Leonard, McDonald, Keehan, Prosser, Thorne, King, Read, Gash, Woolley, Spence. Subs: Nash, Phillips, Wilson

18/01/2011, Hayes & Yeading United (Away); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Osano, Day, Corcoran, Prosser, Thorne, Porter, O’Connor, Gash, Charles, Power. Subs: Smith, Mills, Johnson

22/01/2011, Newport County (Away); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Osano, Day, Mills, Prosser, Corcoran, Porter, O’Connor, Gash, Charles, Power. Subs: Smith, Johnson, Farrell

29/01/2011, Tamworth (Home); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Osano, Day, Mills, Prosser, Corcoran, Porter, O’Connor, Gash, Charles, Power. Subs: Oshodi, Smith, Johnson

01/02/2011, Cambridge United (Home); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Osano, Day, Mills, Oshodi, Corcoran, Porter, O’Connor, Gash, Smith, Power. Subs: Charles, Miller, Farrell

05/02/2011, Cambridge United (Away); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Osano, Day, Mills, Prosser, Corcoran, Porter, O’Connor, Gash, Smith, Power. Subs: Charles, Farrell, Johnson

12/02/2011, Gateshead (Home); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Osano, Day, Mills, Prosser, Corcoran, Porter, O’Connor, Gash, Farrell, Power. Subs: Charles, Shariff, Johnson

22/02/2011, Eastbourne Borough (Home); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Osano, Day, Mills, Huke, Oshodi, Porter, O’Connor, Gash, Cowan-Hall, Power. Subs: Johnson, Farrell

01/03/2011, Bath City (Home); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Miller, Osano, Mills, Huke, Oshodi, Porter, O’Connor, Gash, Charles, Power. Subs: Farrell, Johnson, Shariff

05/03/2011, Hayes & Yeading United (Home); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Miller, Osano, Mills, Huke, Oshodi, Johnson, O’Connor, Gash, Charles, Power. Subs: Farrell, Corcoran

08/03/2011, Forest Green Rovers (Home); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Miller, Osano, Mills, Huke, Oshodi, Porter, O’Connor, Gash, Charles, Johnson. Subs: Day, Farrell, Power

12/03/2011, Wrexham (Away); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Miller, Day, Mills, Huke, Oshodi, Porter, , Gash, Cowan-Hall, Power. Subs: Farrell, Johnson

19/03/2011, Southport (Home); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Miller, Day, Mills, Huke, Oshodi, Porter, Johnson, Gash, Farrell, Power. Subs: Corcoran, Shariff

22/03/2011, Luton (Home); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Corcoran, Day, Mills, Huke, Oshodi, Porter, Johnson, Gash, Charles, Power. Subs: Shariff

26/03/2011, AFC Wimbledon (Away); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Corcoran, Day, Mills, Huke, Oshodi, Porter, Johnson, Gash, Charles, Power. Subs: Miller, Farrell, Keehan

02/04/2011, Mansfield (Away); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Miller, Day, Mills, Huke, Corcoran, Porter, O’Connor, Gash, Charles, Power. Subs: Johnson, Osano, Farrell

05/04/2011, Histon (Away); Blue Square Bet Premier, Day, Miller, Day, Mills, Huke, Corcoran, Porter, O’Connor, Farrell, Johnson, Power. Subs: Shariff, Woolley, Keehan

09/04/2011, Wrexham (Home); Blue Square Bet Premier, Evans, Miller, Day, Mills, Huke, Osano, Porter, O’Connor, Farrell, Johnson, Power. Subs: Shariff, Cousins, Keehan

13/04/2011, Grimsby (Away); Blue Square Bet Premier, Evans, Miller, Day, Mills, Huke, Osano, Porter, O’Connor, Shariff, Farrell, Keehan. Subs: Johnson

16/04/2011, Gateshead (Away); Blue Square Bet Premier, Evans, Miller, Day, Mills, Huke, Osano, Porter, O’Connor, Shariff, Charles, Keehan. Subs: Johnson, Corcoran, Cousins

22/04/2011, Crawley Town (Away); Blue Square Bet Premier, Evans, Miller, Day, Mills, Huke, Osano, Porter, O’Connor, Shariff, Johnson, Power. Subs: Cowan-Hall, Cousins

25/04/2011, Kidderminster (Home); Blue Square Bet Premier, Evans, Oshodi, Day, Corcoran, Huke, Osano, Miller, O’Connor, Shariff, Johnson, Power. Subs: Charles, Cousins

30/04/2011, Darlington (Away); Blue Square Bet Premier, Evans, Miller, Osano, Corcoran, Huke, Oshodi, Porter, O’Connor, Shariff, Power, Day. Subs: Johnson, Cousins, Farrell

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