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messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by Wottajoke 25 March, 2014 15:45

That's great Roundabout. Thanks.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by Roundabout 25 March, 2014 20:03

Also Twitter @DulwichHamletFC Playing Hornchurch tonight. Loosing 1 nil. Live twitter updates.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by Roundabout 25 March, 2014 20:33

HALF-TIME: AFC Hornchurch 1-0 Dulwich Hamlet

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by Arthur Facksake 25 March, 2014 21:22

1-1 now, 78th minute equaliser.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by AGW3 25 March, 2014 21:43

The tension is getting too much.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by Wottajoke 01 April, 2014 17:04

Game tonight thinking of I will make this one.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by beer_hound 02 April, 2014 11:42

Back to winning ways for Dulwich Hamlet last night, with a 1-0 win over Bury Town, not the greatest performance, now to get a win on Saturday as well.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by Laddy Muck 02 April, 2014 23:55

beer_hound Wrote:
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> ...now to get a win on Saturday as well.

As SAF used to say: "it's squeaky bum time".


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GA-VIN RO-SE'S, PINK AND BLUE ARMY...

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by AGW3 05 April, 2014 14:44

Kick off is in 10 minutes. Hopefully Dulwich Hamlet can get 3 points.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by Laddy Muck 11 April, 2014 22:52

DH got their 3 points. big grin



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GA-VIN RO-SE'S, PINK AND BLUE ARMY...

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by giantbears 14 April, 2014 11:26

hooray

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by Bluerevolution 14 April, 2014 11:35

giantbears that was a post about the game pre Saturday-lost 2-0 at Billericay

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by AGW3 26 April, 2014 15:23

Final league game today. 1 - nil to Dulwich Hamlet so far.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by EM74 26 April, 2014 20:12

It ended up as a 1-1 draw, so Dulwich slip to 6th and out of the play-off places for the first time since September....

Nevertheless, it's still been a great year considering it was the first season back in the Premier Division. The crowd of 1,388 shows the potential that the club has to keep pushing on.

There will be a player awards evening at the ground on Saturday 10th May (7.00pm) to say thanks to the players - free entry and food. Details to follow.

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Posted by jonsuissy 27 April, 2014 16:28

Threw it away last 2 months didn't they.
Great season though.
Found these pics of the old ground whilst clearing out
Looks like they could've been against Kingstonian like yesterday
Taken mid 80s I'd reckon when I first moved to Dulwich
Jon



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Posted by jonsuissy 27 April, 2014 16:30

Another one

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messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by SteveUK1978 27 April, 2014 17:27

Great pictures - didn't realise the main stand was quite so large back in the day, thanks for posting.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by Peckhamgatecrasher 27 April, 2014 18:49

Those shorts are short.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by SteveUK1978 27 April, 2014 20:51

Also, where is the ball in the first photo? Would be a good one for a spot the ball competition.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by AGW3 27 April, 2014 23:47

Great pictures jonsuissy, thanks for posting them. I think those buildings at the back must be part of the old St. Francis Hospital.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by Bluerevolution 28 April, 2014 11:15

we still need stewards, none contractual, if you can you can-we can organise NVQ2 in Stewarding training

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by Pink Panther 28 April, 2014 13:21

jonsuissy Wrote:
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> Threw it away last 2 months didn't they.
> Great season though.
> Found these pics of the old ground whilst clearing
> out
> Looks like they could've been against Kingstonian
> like yesterday
> Taken mid 80s I'd reckon when I first moved to
> Dulwich
> Jon

Thanks for sharing those pics. The match was against Walthamstow Avenue in 1986/7. That was the only season we wore pink shorts and Avenue finished bottom and we never played them again as they amalgamated with Leytonstone-Ilford, eventually renaming themselves Redbridge Forest before amalgamating with Dagenham, to form the club now playing in the Football League. Avenue are wearing their away kit. (Their traditional colours were sky & navy hoops.) The Hamlet players in the first picture are Stokley Sawyers (no.10) and Paul Williams, who played one League match for Chelsea as a youngster. From memory it was Sawyers' debut for the club and they both scored an a game Hamlet won 5-2.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by Jah Lush 28 April, 2014 13:57

I've thoroughly enjoyed watching Dulwich Hamlet this season. It's been quite a ride. I'd stopped going in the early 70s but I'm very happy to be a regular again especially seeing as I will no longer realistically be able to afford my regular trips to White Hart Lane next season to watch my beloved Tottenham Hotspur. We should all who live around here get behind our local club.

All at the club can count themselves proud for all their dedication and hard work this season. Despite the dip in form over the past couple of months, finishing 6th in our first season back in the Premier Division is no mean achievement and it was great to have had Harry Ottaway back in the last few games after six months out with a broken leg to remind us what a good centre forward he is. Let's hope we can keep hold of Erhan Oztumer next season but if he goes on to bigger and better things then good luck to the lad. He's a fantastic player.

There was a great atmosphere on Saturday and the support that the team got from the fans especially behind the goal was brilliant and has been all season. We were so close to the play-offs and were very unlucky not to make them in the end. I wear my pink and blue scarf with pride. Can't wait for next season. Onwards and upwards.

"Gavin Rose's pink & blue army."

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by jonsuissy 28 April, 2014 14:01

Thats quite a memory you've got there!!
Thanks for info
Jon

Pink Panther Wrote:
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> jonsuissy Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Threw it away last 2 months didn't they.
> > Great season though.
> > Found these pics of the old ground whilst
> clearing
> > out
> > Looks like they could've been against
> Kingstonian
> > like yesterday
> > Taken mid 80s I'd reckon when I first moved to
> > Dulwich
> > Jon
>
> Thanks for sharing those pics. The match was
> against Walthamstow Avenue in 1986/7. That was
> the only season we wore pink shorts and Avenue
> finished bottom and we never played them again as
> they amalgamated with Leytonstone-Ilford,
> eventually renaming themselves Redbridge Forest
> before amalgamating with Dagenham, to form the
> club now playing in the Football League. Avenue
> are wearing their away kit. (Their traditional
> colours were sky & navy hoops.) The Hamlet
> players in the first picture are Stokley Sawyers
> (no.10) and Paul Williams, who played one League
> match for Chelsea as a youngster. From memory it
> was Sawyers' debut for the club and they both
> scored an a game Hamlet won 5-2.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by mako 28 April, 2014 16:30

great photos. does anyone else have any old ones. went with the kids at the weekend and they would love to see some more old photos (as would I)

thanks

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by adonirum 28 April, 2014 19:07

Jah Lush You said you stopped going in the 70's. I used to be a regular back then, late sixties early seventies with dear old Dad, but don't really follow football that much these days. You must remember D.H. playing Walthamstow Avenue( as pointed out by Pink Panther) now Dagenham in the football league. Also Wycombe Wanderers. Do you remember the narrow alleyway down to the ground and the side gate opened after the match which led onto St. Francis Road. Already spoke about the great character of those days, Bronco, on another thread. Remember him. You must remember the other pitch at the back of the ground which was used as a training pitch and for Sunday league teams/matches.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by mandypoo 28 April, 2014 19:45

hey guys sorry if its already mentioned but anyone can tell me the prices of tickets ?

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by taper 28 April, 2014 20:36

This season 10, 5 concs., children ( u12) free.

It has indeed been a great season. A truly great club.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by Otta 28 April, 2014 20:58

taper Wrote:
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> This season 10, 5 concs., children ( u12) free.
>
>
> It has indeed been a great season. A truly great
> club.



4 Concs.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet FC
Posted by jacks09 28 April, 2014 21:49

I only viewed to get the 20,000th view

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