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2017/18 Wyvern Midweek Results & Fixtures

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Poole Town Development Team are competing in the Midweek League of the Wyvern Combination League this season. Home games are usually played at the Black Gold Stadium on Wednesday nights.

Full details of the league are on their website here: Wyvern Combination League

Upcoming Fixtures

  • Wyvern League
    • Thursday 21st December –  AWAY   7:45 pm    Winchester City v Poole Town
  • Dorset Senior Trophy
    • TBA                                          AWAY Parley Sports v Poole Town 

All Wyvern Fixtures for the Next Two Weeks

Wyvern Midweek Results


Recent Results


04/10/17   Poole Town  5 –  0 Bashley

Again a steady start by the Development Team. Bashley were perhaps the strongest team we have seen at the Black Gold, strong in defence and a little physical.  However with Steve Devlin picking up match practice, the lads gradually came more and more into the game. Goals from Devlin 2 (both pens) Balmer , Neale and Soetan sealed a convincing win. Devlin and Balmer were both subbed midway through the second half probably, with half an eye on the first team game at Oxford City on Saturday. Good performances again from some of the youngsters against a physically stronger, bigger and older team.

28/9/17 – AFC Portchester 1 – Poole Town 2

Details of the game to follow

20/9/17 – Poole Town 4 -0 Westover Bournemouth

The first round of the Bournemouth Senior Cup saw Poole Town beat Westover Bournemouth 4-0 with goals from Olly Balmer (2) Morgan Turner and Sam Herrington.  Here is a link to South Coast Journalism’s report of the game along with the video highlights:

South Coast Journalism highlights

30/08/17 – Poole Town  6 -0  Wimborne Town

A crowd of approximately 100, including Tom Killick saw another excellent game for the Development Team. Three goals from Olly Balmer one from Captain, Harvey Wright and two from the excellent Sam Mac (will correct when I find out the correct spelling) make an impressive scoreline. Wimborne were no pushover, they played good football and pushed Poole all the way, the real difference was in front of goal.Sam Mac made one of Olly’s goals but one of his was the best goal I have the seen this season bar none.


Watch the ball go in for Sam’s superb goal.

Before shooting Sam beat several Wimborne defenders and that was what made the goal so special.




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