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B U L L S E Y | PAGE 1 Official match programme of AFC Mansfield Season 2020/21 | Issue 04 | £2 TODAY’S MATCH SPONSOR vs penistone church tuesday 29 September 2020 | 19:45 The toolstation ncel premier division

PAGE 2 | BULLSEYE MATCHDAY PROGRAMME 1 Contents 3 5 COVER PHOTO: phil buxton 6 Chairman’s Report 9 From the Dugout 10 As It Stands 14-15 Meet the Team 16 Stat attack 19 MATCHFACTS 20 The non-league paper 24-25 In The Hotseat: hugo warhurst 26 Match Report: maltby main Back page The Opposition Match report: gainsborough trinity Today’s Teams | PAGE 3 Chairman’s Report I am sure Matt will watch the game this would have have the players up for been a good pay day for the club. this encounter, writes However win lose or draw we will club Chairman Andrew certainly enjoy ourselves. Saunders... Should the situation change Good evening everyone and a before Saturday regarding the big AFC Mansfield welcome admission of spectators,we will to the players officials and keep you updated,but as it stands supporters from tonight’s visitors at the moment no spectators will be Penistone Church. allowed. The Church got off to a winning We will be operating the NHS track start on Saturday against Eccleshill and trace system tonight and at all with a late winner scored by Brett our games, so if you haven’t already Lovell. We had a sucker punch of done so just download the app on a goal scored against us in added your smart phone. time at Maltby Main to draw 2-2. Finally last orders at the bar will It has been quite a remarkable be 9-20 and the welfare bar will be last seven days since our last closed at 10-00pm. game here at the Arena. We went into our FA Cup game against Enjoy the Game. Gainsborough Trinity as underdogs but we came out with an emphatic C’MON YOU BULLS!! 3-0 win and what a performance it was,everyone played there part. We were all anxiously awaiting the draw Friday lunchtime and what a draw it was, Boston United away from home. Reality then set in because Boston play at step 2 and this is regarded as Elite football fans could not watch the match. So as it stands at the moment we will be playing Boston in an empty stadium. If fans were allowed to

PAGE 4 | BULLSEYE MATCHDAY PROGRAMME | PAGE 5 FDRUOGMOTUHTE Matt Chatfield first team manager Another roller coaster last They will be just as good this week for us. IN midweek a season and we will have to be at superb performance against our best to get something from Gainsborough Trinity in The FA the game. Cup and a fully deserved victory. Cup runs are great but the bread On Saturday we had chances to and butter is the league and we sew the game up but succumbed have to start picking up points. to a late penalty which gave our hosts Maltby Main a share of the Hopefully that will start tonight. points. It has to be said they probably deserved a share for the Enjoy the game! pressure they put us under in the last 20 minutes. Although it is something we will need to work on because it is the 2nd time we have conceded a late goal. Tonights opponents, Penistone Church, were another side that were doing well last season before everything ended abruptly.

PAGE 6 | BULLSEYE MATCHDAY PROGRAMME As it stands... As it stands... As it stands... As it stands... NCEL PREMIER DIVISION P W D L F A Pts +/- 1 Yorkshire Amateur 3 3 0 0 14 3 9 11 2 Garforth Town 2 2 0 0 8 2 6 6 3 Bridlington Town 3 2 0 1 9 5 6 4 4 Liversedge 2 2 0 0 6 3 6 3 5 Hemsworth MW 2 2 0 0 3 1 6 2 6 Handsworth 2 1 1 0 7 3 4 4 7 Albion Sports 2 1 1 0 6 2 4 4 8 Grimsby B 3 1 1 1 10 7 4 3 9 Penistone Church 1 1 0 0 2 1 3 1 10 Staveley MW 2 1 0 1 2 1 3 1 11 Knaresboro Town 2 1 0 1 3 3 3 0 12 Goole AFC 2 1 0 1 4 7 3 -3 13 Maltby Main 2 0 1 1 3 4 1 -1 14 AFC Mansfield 2 0 1 1 2 3 1 -1 15 Thackley 2 0 1 1 1 3 1 -2 16 Eccleshill Utd 2 0 0 2 1 4 0 -3 17 Silsden AFC 2 0 0 2 2 7 0 -5 18 Athersley Rec 2 0 0 2 1 7 0 -6 19 Barton Town 2 0 0 2 2 10 0 -8 20 Bottesford Tn 2 0 0 2 3 13 0 -10 Up Next: VV VV TUE 29 SEPT | 7:45pm SAT 3 oct | 3pm tues 6 OCT | 7.45pm SAT 10 ocT | 3pm NCEL PREMIER DIVISION NCEL Premier Division NCEL Premier Division Fa cup 2q rd | PAGE 7 acorn signs - A6 landscape advert (NEW 2018).pdf 1 02/08/2019 07:48:29 C M Y CM MY CY CMY K

PAGE 8 | BULLSEYE MATCHDAY PROGRAMME | PAGE 9 MEET THE TEAM Matt John Andy Fahad Lucy Jason CHATFIELD STANCLIFFE MORRIS SALEH OWENS TRUSCOTT Manager Assistant MGR Coach GK COACH Physio Assistant physio Sponsored by Sponsored by Sponsored by Sponsored by Sponsored by Sponsored by SERENDIPITY GK DF DF DF DF DF Hugo Jordan Matt Josh Ben Liam WARHURST ANNABLE WILSON WILDE ALGAR MARSDEN Sponsored by Sponsored by Sponsored by Sponsored by Sponsored by Sponsored by LES NORMAN JOAN SAUNDERS PAUL DEAN DF DF MF MF MF MF Jack Tom Jon Phil Bobby Connor HARRISON SLONE D’LARYEA BUXTON (C) BATTISON McMILLAN Sponsored by Sponsored by Sponsored by Sponsored by Sponsored by Sponsored by PHILIP SAUNDERS SANITARYWARE MIKE ABBS NEIL BIRZULIS SUPPLIES CO. FW FW MF FW FW MF Morgan Sam Matt Luke Ross Lynton JAMES PIPES SYKES WALKER DUGGAN KARKACH Sponsored by Sponsored by Sponsored by Sponsored by Sponsored by Sponsored by STEVE GARNER TERRY AUSTIN ROB WAITE DARREN SHAW TERRY AUSTIN THE 66POW

PAGE 10 | BULLSEYE MATCHDAY PROGRAMME STAT Statistics don’t tell everything - but they do say something. ATTACK AFC’s season 2020-21 in numbers 5 Games played 8 Goals scored 3 Wins 4 Goals conceded 1 Defeats 3-0 Biggest win TOP Ross Duggan - 2 SCORERS Luke Walker - 1 Lynton Karkach - 1 | PAGE 11

PAGE 12 | BULLSEYE MATCHDAY PROGRAMME | PAGE 13 ABOUT THE BULLS AFC Mansfield were formed in Memorable moments for the Bulls 2012 by three former Mansfield include winning the CML title in Town directors - Andrew Saunders, 2013, reaching the NCEL League Darren Bland and Steve Hymas - as Cup final in 2018, 5th round of the a community club for the Mansfield FA Vase and FA Cup Third Qualifying area. Round appearances against Stamford & Boston United. Starting in the Central Midlands Football League, ‘the Bulls’ have AFC now play in the Toolstation NCEL since earned three promotions, Premier Division under manager Matt including one league title, and have Chatfield, who arrived in the summer played as high as Step 4 in the Northern Premier League in 2018/19. of 2019. SAanudnrdewers BDlaarnrden AMbikbes SToabuynders Chairman Director Director Committee volunteer

PAGE 14 | BULLSEYE MATCHDAY PROGRAMME 2020 Date Opposition V Competition Att. F-A o.g. 1 23 4 56 7 SEPT WARHURST MARSDEN WILDE WARHURST MARSDEN ALGAR Tues 01 Sherwood Colliery H FAC EPR 300 2-1 1 WARHURST MARSDEN WILDE HARRISON WILSON ANNABLE KARKACH WARHURST MARSDEN WILDE HARRISON Sat 12 Cleethorpes Town A FAC PR 238 1-0 WARHURST MARSDEN WILDE D'LARYEA ANNABLE WILDE KARKACH D'LARYEA Sat 19 Yorkshire Amateur H NCELP 65 0-1 D'LARYEA ANNABLE HARRISON KARKACH Tues 22 Gainsborough Trinity H FAC 1Q 201 3-0 WILSON ANNABLE KARKACH B Sat 26 Maltby Main A NCELP 133 2-2 WILSON ANNABLE KARKACH Tues 29 Penistone Church H NCELP OCT Sat 03 Boston United A FAC 2Q Tues 06 Goole AFC A NCELP Sat 10 Thackley AFC H NCELP Sat 17 Garforth Town H NCELP Tues 27 Barton Town H NCELP NOV Wed 04 Handsworth A NCELP Sat 07 Albion Sports H NCELP Tues 10 Athersley Rec H NCELP Sat 14 Liversedge A NCELP Sat 21 Knaresborough Town H NCELP Wed 25 Staveley MW A NCELP Sat 28 Grimsby Borough H NCELP DEC Sat 05 Bridlington Town A NCELP Sat 12 Maltby Main H NCELP Sat 19 Hemsworth MW H NCELP Action from the 2-2 away draw at Maltby Main Sat 26 Silsden H NCELP Jan-21 Sat 02 Thackley AFC A NCELP Sat 09 Garforth Town H NCELP Sat 23 Athersley Rec A NCELP FEB Sat 06 Liversedge H NCELP Sat 13 Knaresborough Town A NCELP Sat 20 Handsworth H NCELP Sat 27 Penistone Church A NCELP MAR Sat 06 Barton Town A NCELP Sat 13 Eccleshill Utd H NCELP Wed 17 Albion Sports A NCELP Sat 20 Bottesford Town A NCELP Sat 27 Staveley MW H NCELP APR Silsden A NCELP Sat 03 Yorkshire Amateur A NCELP Sat 10 Bottesford Town H NCELP Tues 13 H NCELP Sat 17 Goole AFC A NCELP Sat 24 Grimsby Borough A NCELP MAY Eccleshill Utd H NCELP Sat 01 Bridlington Town Sat 08 1st Sub 2nd Sub 3rd Sub MoM ������������ Goalscorers in RED OR WHITE (if MoM) CAPTAIN | PAGE 15 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 BUXTON DUGGAN ALGAR SYKES D'LARYEA WALKER MCGUIRE JAMES SLONE MCMILLAN STANCLIFFE BUXTON WALKER JAMES SYKES DUGGAN SLONE STANCLIFFE BUXTON WALKER SYKES ALGAR DUGGAN MCMILLAN STANCLIFFE PIPES BUXTON SYKES ALGAR WALKER MCMILLAN PIPES BUXTON DUGGAN SYKES ALGAR WALKER HARRISON WILSON SLONE PIPES DUGGAN JAMES SLONE MCMILLAN SLONE MCMILLAN

PAGE 16 | BULLSEYE MATCHDAY PROGRAMME FOOTBALLhangs in the balance rise in coronavirus cases. following the latest tightening of restrictions by the government which Then, the next day, similar measures were could last for six months in an attempt to limit the announced for large parts of Lancashire while rise of coronavirus cases. Yorkshire and the Midlands were also seeing restrictions. No sooner had the 2020-21 season kicked off at Steps 3 and 4 last weekend in front of limited The responsibility lies with local authorities crowds, did it look like it may be nearing its meaning there can be inconsistencies in different suspension. regions. The National League campaign had been sched- A joint-statement from the Northumberland FA uled to start on October 3 with the intention of and the Durham FA confirmed football below Step fans being allowed back in grounds at Steps 1 6 in the Sunderland, Gateshead and South Tyneside and 2 but Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed areas is not allowed, but said clubs at Step 6 and on Tuesday (22nd) this would not be allowed to above can play on for now although there is a pos- happen. It is believed the division will not start sibility the 30 per cent capacities could be reduced without fans. back to 15 per cent. Four test events had been scheduled to take As part of the measures, people are “advised not place involving National League clubs in front of to attend amateur or semi-professional sporting 1,000 fans and three of the friendly fixtures went events as a spectator”, which has only added to a ahead on Tuesday. Notts County against York confusing picture. City, scheduled for Saturday (26th), suspended ticket sales following the new restrictions pending Where the latest restrictions leaves football further updates from the government and football remains to be seen but never has it been more authorities. important for clubs and particularly fans from Step 3 and below to follow the rules and protocols in This is an ever-changing scenario and at the time order to keep stadiums open. of writing it is impossible to say what will happen next. Fans must cooperate with social distancing at games – clubs do not have the finance to deploy Local lockdowns in north England shows crowds in an army of stewards to make sure they are doing football grounds are on a knife edge. so at all times during games. At midnight last Thursday (17th), restrictions were By Sam Emery introduced in the north-east aimed at halting the | PAGE 17


PAGE 20 | BULLSEYE MATCHDAY PROGRAMME maltby main 1 AFC Mansfield 0 AFC Mansfield might be flying the flag nate play with their visitors sitting back and inviting them on. for the Northern Counties Despite the pressure it seemed as though they would weather League in the FA Cup but two last minute goals have seen them the storm until the 5th minute of added time when the home side drop points in the league. were allowed to deliver a cross from the right, a Maltby player got A disappointed Bulls manager Matt Chatfield said “Fair play to a good flick on and standing just a yard behind him the ball struck Maltby when they went 2-1 down, they threw everything at us and Buxton’s arm. Astonishingly Bulls keeper Hugo Warhurst was sin got what they deserved. At time it looked as if we were the side binned for apparently delaying the restart even though at the time losing in the last 15 minutes”. the ball wasn’t placed on the spot. Liam Marsden went in goal Maltby have a well-known slope and The Bulls were kicking up it and even though he saved Bradley Beatson’s spot kick the ball and against the wind, so a difficult first 45 minutes were expected. agonisingly slipped through his hands and over the line. Those expectations were confirmed when Jon Hill headed home Man of the Match Josh Wilde said after the game “The only positive inside the box after 15 minutes. In a very competitive half there we can take from the game is as a team we have come here and were a few bookings dished out as neither side gave much away. not played well and are disappointed we have only managed to draw”. Appeals for a penalty on 30 minutes were waved away by the Referee as Matt Sykes looked to be upended in the Maltby box. A disappointed AFC Mansfield have no time to rest on their laurels as Penistone Church are the visitors on Tuesday night at The For- Given the conditions The Bulls would have been happy going in just est Town Arena. This is followed by a trip to Gainsborough Trinity’s 1-0 down at the break but the visitors had begun to make inroads ground next Saturday to face National League North Boston United into the home sides defence and when Sykes fed Ross Duggan the in the FA Cup 2nd Qualifying Round. striker delivered a cross which found Josh Wilde on the right side of the box. The left back took a touch and then drilled the ball past Maltby Main: Pollard, McGowan (Treasure 67), Smith, Morton, Austin (C), Beatson, Cutts, Hill, Currie (Preston 81), Dunne, Williams. Pollard to even the scores. The Bulls were in the lead just 3 minutes into the restart. A corner Subs not used: Bailey, Chipps & Phillips taken by Ben Algar found the head of Jordan Annable on the near AFC Mansfield: Warhurst, Marsden, Wilde, D’Laryea, Wilson, Anna- ble, Karkach (James 85), Buxton (C), Duggan (Walker 83), Sykes, post and his downward header left Pollard stranded. Sykes then forced a good save out of Pollard and Captain Phil Bux- Algar. Subs not used: Slone, McMillan & Pipes. ton had the keeper scampering across his goal to turn an audacious Att: 133 40-yard lob around the post for a corner. MoM: Josh Wilde The game started to change direction and Maltby started to domi- | PAGE 21 No Pass, No Pay Collection Service Now Available Tel: 01623 411111 We dont service cars so we want your car to pass Complete control of your repair costs No Pass, No Pay for cars under 10 years old Same day MOT’s, while you wait Visit: Contact our Mansfield branch for more details and to 24a Ratcliffe Gate, Mansfield book an MOT online Notts, NG18 2JA email: [email protected]


PAGE 24 | BULLSEYE MATCHDAY PROGRAMME THE OPPOSITION: Penistone Church Football Club was formed in 1906 from Penistone Choirboys and Penistone Juniors who amalgamated to form Penistone Church FC. The club played on the grounds west of the Spread Eagle pub, roughly where the showground pitches are today. 4 of our players from the very first team lost their lives in World War 1. Post-War League, Penistone Church FC were founder members of the new Sheffield & Hallamshire County Senior In 1948 Penistone Church FC were the first ever League. The club move to the DSM Memorial ground opponents of Sheffield Wednesday’s youth team when it was gifted to the town to ensure a sports in a Hatchard League fixture. When the Hatchard facility for the community following the two world League merged with the Sheffield Association wars. The Ground is just under 230 metres above sea level - it is always colder here than you’d expect. Penistone Church FC first reached the Premier Division in 1995 and were something of a yo-yo club during the 1990s, flitting between the Premier Division and Division One on numerous occasions. The Millenium Penistone Church FC finished as, Sheffield & Hallamshire County Senior League Premier Division, runners-up in 2003, but would later spend yet another year in Division One after relegation in 2007. Penistone Church FC finally became established as one of the top sides in that league during the early 2010s. Recent History In 2014 Penistone Church FC were promoted to the | PAGE 25 PENISTONE CHURCH front of a 300-strong crowd at Bramall Lane. Having finished 7th in 2017-18 (our inaugural season in the Northern Counties East League Premier Division) we appeared a Bramall Lane in May 2018 losing 4-3 to Shaw Lane in the Sheffield and Hallamshire Senior Cup in front of a crowd of 671. Northern Counties East League Division One, In 2018-19 Penistone Church FC finished second in the having made their FA Vase debut in 2013. Northern Counties East League Premier Division, our highest ever league position. Worksop went up as worthy champions and hosted Penistone Church in March 2018 in front of a record crowd (1,628). In 2016 Penistone Church FC qualified for the inaugural Division One play-offs, but missed out on promotion to the Premier Division after losing the semi-final against AFC Emley. In 2017 Penistone Church FC beat AFC Emley in a semi-final before going on to beat Grimsby Borough in the final to win promotion to the Premier Division. In the same 2017 season we also won the NCEL League Cup Final against Premier Division Side Bridlington winning 4-1 in Year FOUNDED: GAINSBOROUGH TRINITY FACTFILE: 4 1906 League titles: Nickname: THE CHURCH Highest level: STEP 5 Chairman: SCOTT FAIRBANK Best FA Cup run: 2ND QR Manager: IAN RICHARDS Best FA VASE run: 1ST RD

PAGE 26 | BULLSEYE MATCHDAY PROGRAMME AFC Mansfield 3 gainsborough trinity 0 AFC Mansfield booked their place in The FA Cup 2nd Qual- Two minutes into the restart and The Bulls doubled their lead. The ifying Round with a comprehensive win against Northern ball was worked well down the left with Duggan, D’Laryea, Sykes Premier League outfit Gainsborough Trinity. The 3-0 score- and Algar all keeping the momentum going. When the cross came line was fully justified with goals coming from Ross Duggan, Phil in it was only half cleared to the waiting Phil Buxton who volleyed Buxton and Ben Algar. home from just inside the box. Manager Matt Chatfield was full of praise for his side and said “Days Gainsborough had to step up their game and so began a period of like this are great for everybody at the club. Every single player has pressure with AFC defending and Hugo Warhurst working overtime been excellent tonight, I could not have asked for anything more to stem the tide. from them.” The pressure finally told in the 75th minute when the visitors It was Gainsborough who had the first sight of goal when Gregg were awarded a penalty for a foul just inside the box. Gregg Smith Smith headed wide of the left-hand post after just 5 minutes. 3 steps up and crashes the spot kick against the bar with Warhurst minutes later and Lewis Collins puts his effort wide of the mark. collecting the loose ball. More bad news for Gainsborough as Smith Good hold up play from Ross Duggan on 12 minutes, he then feeds went down with a groin strain and having used all their subs were the ball to Matt Sykes who tries his luck from 25 yards but the ball is down to 10 men. always rising over the bar. The introduction of Luke Walker added some much-needed Sykes and Duggan then combined to set up Phil Buxton but the strength to the attacking line for the home side and he linked well Captains shot was a little wayward. with Duggan and fired a rasping drive that Jackson parried with Josh Wilde and Matt Wilson work together to break down a Gains- Duggan’s follow up going over the bar. borough attack on 16 minutes. The ball is played forward to Duggan The final goal came in the final minute of normal time and it was who tries an audacious 40-yard lob that has Tom Jackson back the determination of Ben Algar to chase down a loose back pass. peddling before collecting 2 yards from his goal line. The No. 11 blocked Jackson’s clearance just outside the box and Sykes and Duggan again linking up to open the scoring, with the when the ball ran clear he was able to control it and slot it home latter unleashing a thunderbolt of a shot from the left side of the from the edge of the 6-yard box. box which flew past Jackson and into the far side of the goal. Captain Phil Buxton said after the match “We thoroughly deserved That pairing again carving out another chance on 24 minutes, to win tonight, our work-rate and desire to win have taken us Duggan’s curling effort going inches wide of the mark with Jackson through. Credit goes to Ross Duggan for getting us started, his at full stretch. attitude and work ethic have been superb tonight.” At the other end Hugo Warhurst gets down well to deny Rico Fyfe’s low driven effort. AFC Mansfield: Warhurst, Marsden, Wilde, D’Laryea, Wilson, Anna- Ben Algar saw his volley blocked after a long throw from Liam Mars- ble, Karkach, Buxton (C), Duggan (Harrison 80), Sykes (Walker 78), den. Algar is then fouled on the half hour mark just outside the Algar (Slone 88). Subs not used: McMillan & Pipes. box, with Duggan’s free kick cannoning off the wall and to safety. Gainsborough Trinity: Jackson, Cash, Bucci, Williamson, Ainge (C), 38 minutes and Warhurst has to be alert to save Anthony Greaves Wiles (Lofts 46), Greaves (Dennison, Collins (Orlando-Young 46), shot on the turn. The home keeper was in action again a minute Smith, Fyfe, Woolford. Subs noy used: Leverton. later to deny Fyfe’s 12 yard effort. Referee: Mr Luke Lazenby Gainsborough having a period of possession in the AFC half forcing 2 corners in quick succession. Simon Ainge heading the second one Assistants: Mr William Booth & Mr Karl Bainbridge wide of the far post. Att: 201 Final chance of the half is a very wayward effort from Sykes. MoM: Phil Buxton | PAGE 27

TODAY’S TEAMS AFC Mansfield PENISTONE CHURCH (manager) Matt Chatfield IAN RICHARDS (Manager) (ASST. MANAGER) John Stancliffe DUNCAN RICHARDS (ASST. manager) PETE GOLDSTRAW (coach) (coach) Andy Morris andy ring (coach) (GK coach) Fahad Saleh RUTH TOMLINSON (physio) (Physio) Lucy Owens CHRIS SNAITH (gk) (Asst. physio) Jason Truscott TOM BRENNAN TOM CHARLESWORTH (GK) Hugo Warhurst RYAN JOHNSON Liam Marsden BRETT LOVELL Josh Wilde LUKE MCGINNEL Jon D’Laryea JORDAN cODURI Matt Wilson KIERAN RYAN DANNY HOWES (C) Jordan Annable CHARLIE BAIRD Lynton Karkach SAM SCRIVENS (C) Phil Buxton ANDY RING CAMERON SIMPSON Ross Duggan ELLIOTT FIRTH Matt Sykes LUKE STEWART ADAM RHODES Ben Algar ASH ELLIS Tom Slone JACK SHEPPARD Jack Harrison Luke Walker Connor McMillan Morgan James SAM PIPES Referee: ryan henger | Assistant referee: craig pepper | Assistant referee: brett markell

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