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Harry Baker hits brace as Weymouth thrash Farnborough

11th October 2017

Harry Baker hits brace as Weymouth thrash Farnborough

FARNBOROUGH 2 Huggins 10, Travers og 32 WEYMOUTH 6 Baker 4, 26, Tubbs 8, Carmichael 58, Goodship 83, Thomson 90+3 WEYMOUTH netted six times at Farnborough to move into fifth place in the Evo-Stik Southern League Premier. Harry Baker grabbed a double alongside Matt Tubbs, Josh Carmichael, Brandon Goodship and Ben Thomson strikes. Boro captain Josh Huggins’ effort and a Mark Travers own goal were the only high points on a harrowing night for the hosts. Weymouth manager Mark Molesley made three changes to the side that started the 3-1 win over King’s Lynn on Saturday. Gareth Stewart, Thomson and Josh Wakefield all made way for…

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Derby dreamland as Terras triumph over Magpies

28th August 2017

Derby dreamland as Terras triumph over Magpies

WEYMOUTH captain Jake McCarthy bagged a second-half brace as the Terras easily beat 10-man Dorchester 3-0 at the Avenue in the Ridgeway derby. Mark Molesley’s side scored against the run of play when Brandon Goodship side-footed home past Chris Weale from an angle on 26 minutes. Captain Jake McCarthy doubled the Terras’ lead two minutes after half-time when he buried a header into the net. Dorchester’s situation turned sour when Tom Blair was sent off for a stamp on Ashley Wells on 53 minutes, before McCarthy wrapped up the points six minutes afterwards. The Magpies ended strongly with some promising play from Luke Winsper, but they failed to create a clear-cut chance in the entirety of the match despite having large spells of possession. The poor result increases the pressure on manager Craig Laird, who made two changes to the side that lost 4-0 at Redditch,…

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Mark Molesley named as new Weymouth manager

22nd April 2017

Mark Molesley named as new Weymouth manager

WEYMOUTH have announced the appointment of Mark Molesley as the club’s new manager. The 36-year-old steps up to the permanent position after a caretaker spell in charge alongside Paul Maitland, who is staying on as his assistant-manager. Molesley, a former England C international, was a player-coach to former boss Jason Matthews at Weymouth this season and also stepped up to manage AFC Bournemouth’s under-21 squad on an interim basis. The new boss is also set to add to his backroom staff with brothers Tom and Joe Prodomo coming in as head coach and player-goalkeeping coach respectively. Speaking exclusively to Echosport, Molelsey said: “I am very honoured and privileged to be given the opportunity and I’m really looking forward to the challenges ahead. “The lure of the club with its fantastic fan base, as well as the size and potential of the club is big. “They were big factors of why I wanted to get involved with the club and why players…

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Zubar’s header seals a third straight Dorset Senior Cup victory for Weymouth

12th April 2017

Zubar’s header seals a third straight Dorset Senior Cup victory for Weymouth

WEYMOUTH 1 Zubar 114 GILLINGHAM TOWN 0 (After extra-time, 0-0 after 90 minutes) A POWERFUL header from defender Stephane Zubar meant the Terras claimed their third straight Dorset Senior Cup crown, in what was player-manager Jason Matthews’ final game in charge of the club. The former AFC Bournemouth defender, who scored twice at St Ives on Saturday, popped up with the winner in extra time to ensure the Terras retained their title and overcame the spirited Gills in the final for the second season running at the Avenue. The whole of the contest from a Weymouth point of view centred around player-manager Matthews, who named himself in goal for the encounter on what was his final game for the club. He also captained the side on the night, and was clapped on to the pitch ahead of the game…

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Six of the best as Weymouth run riot in win over Basingstoke Town

4th February 2017

Six of the best as Weymouth run riot in win over Basingstoke Town

AN EMPHATIC away display saw the Terras strike six at Basingstoke Town, as they got back to winning ways with a bang at the Camrose Stadium. A hat-trick for Stuart Fleetwood, two for Charlie Davis and a solitary strike for Dean Evans were recorded on the afternoon, as Weymouth ran riot to record their 11th league victory of the season. Terras’ manager Jason Matthews, whose side beat Basingstoke 3-0 at the Bob Lucas Stadium…

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Super six for Weymouth as they turn on the style at King’s Lynn Town

21st January 2017

CLINICAL Weymouth struck a super six to earn a convincing victory at against King’s Lynn Town. The Terras’ supporters coach left the Bob Lucas Stadium at 7am to reach the Walks Stadium, and those travelling fans were rewarded by a sublime display from Jason Matthews’ men, who showed no ill-effects of…

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Gills sunk by Sills as Weymouth retain Dorset Senior Cup

11th December 2016

TWO GOALS for striker Tim Sills ensured the Terras retained the Dorset Senior Cup but they were pushed all the way by a spirited Gillingham Town outfit at the Avenue. Having made seven changes from the side that drew at King’s Lynn on Saturday, the Terras blooded a handful of regulars from the club’s reserve set-up in their starting XI against a Gillingham Town side that won the cup back in 2010. Weymouth boss Jason Matthews also rested himself, handing the gloves to number two keeper Steve Boore. Gillingham’s Harry Baker, Phil Ormrod and Jon Vance, who were all on target in their side’s 7-0 win over Bitton last time out, retained their starting spots. And with the Terras’ first chance of the contest, they went agonisingly close to notching an early opener. A free-kick from George Rigg was whipped in dangerously on the angle, and Mark Cooper headed straight at former Bridport stopper Sam Filkins in the Gills’ goal. At the other end, Gillingham’s Ashley Clarke let fly with an…

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Super six for Weymouth as they wallop Slough Town

12th December 2015

JASON Matthews’ Weymouth charges gave him an anniversary in management to remember, as they cruised past Slough Town at the Bob Lucas Stadium. The Terras’ boss, marking his second year to the day in the job, had an afternoon in the dugout he will never forget as his side played with a real swagger and totally outclassed…

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Keeper scores as Terras claim win

17th March 2007

A BIZARRE strike by Terras’ stopper Jason Matthews handed the visitors the three points at Haig Avenue. The 32-year-old’s wind-assisted effort just two minutes from the end ensured the Dorset outfit sealed back-to-back victories for the first time since November and moved only six points adrift of the Nationwide Conference National play-offs. Weymouth boss Jason Tindall retained the same starting line up that began the 3-2 success over Crawley Town last Tuesday night and from the start it was clear that the strong wind and bumpy pitch were going to play a huge part in the outcome of the proceedings. Playing into the wind in the first half Weymouth…

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2005-2006

3rd July 2005

2005-2006

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2004-2005

1st August 2004

Claridge is sacked following Weymouth’s FA Cup defeat at Thame United on 19 October 2004. Paul Buckle and John Waldock (players) along with Gary Borthwick (coach) take over on a caretaking basis until the appointment of Steve Johnson in November 2004. Advertisements

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2003-2004

1st August 2004

Runners Up Southern League Premier Division The crowd of 3734 that witnesses Weymouth beat Dorchester 8-0 on Boxing Day sets the record for the highest crowd for a league fixture at the Wessex Stadium Steve Claridge is appointed as player-manager in June 2003 Advertisements

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2002-2003

1st August 2002

Geoff Butler is engaged as manager from May 2002, but is sacked a year later, on 7 May 2003. Advertisements

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2001-2002

1st August 2001

Winners Dorset Senior Cup Wessex Combination League Champions (reserves) Davies is sacked as Director of Football in November 2001 and is replaced by Des Bulpin takes the role with immediate effect. Bulpin is sacked in February 2002 and Mason continues in sole charge, until he is sacked in May 2002. Advertisements

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2000-2001

1st August 2000

Fred Davies is re-appointed as Director of Football, to assist Mason, on 2 October 2000 Advertisements

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1999-2000

1st August 1999

Winners Dorset Senior Cup Winners Mark Frowde Cup The ground attendance record (for a competitive match) is set on 28 November 1999 against Yeovil Town in the FA Cup at 4063 Davies resigns in October 1999, Andy Mason replaces him, initially on a caretaker basis then keeps the post. Advertisements

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1998-1999

1st August 1998

Winners Dorset Senior Cup Advertisements

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1997-1998

1st August 1997

1997-1998

SOUTHERN LEAGUE (SOUTHERN DIVISION) CHAMPIONS McGowan makes way for Neil Webb in July 1997. Webb resigns in September 1997 – for personal reasons – John Crabbe (Webb’s assistant) appointed. Crabbe is sacked in December 1997. David Laws is appointed caretaker player-manager, immediately. Fred Davies is appointed to the manager’s role before the end of December. Advertisements

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1996-1997

1st August 1996

Runners Up Doc Martens Cup Advertisements

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1995-1996

1st August 1995

Carr resigns in September 1995 and club chairman Matt McGowan takes the caretaker role, but then stays in the post. Advertisements

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1994-1995

1st August 1994

11 September 1994 Coldwell is sacked and replaced by Trevor Senior and Willie Gibson who take charge in a caretaker role. Senior takes the role as player-manager in January 1995, but is sacked on 10th April 1995. He is replaced by a returning Graham Carr on 12 May 1995 Advertisements

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1993-1994

1st August 1993

Only 38 people are at Canterbury City to see Weymouth lose 1-2. This is the lowest (recorded) attendance in the club’s history for a Southern League match. Winners Dorset Youth League Cup (Youth) Advertisements

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1992-1993

1st August 1992

Weymouth are relegated back to the Southern League (Southern Division) Winners Dorset Senior Cup 26 October 1992 Drake is sacked and Willie Gibson takes a player-manager role in a caretaker capacity. 1 December 1992 Len Ashurst is appointed manager Ashurst is sacked in April 1993 and replaced on 26 April by Bill Coldwell Advertisements

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1991-1992

1st August 1991

Weymouth return to the Southern League Premier Division as runners up in the Southern Division Advertisements

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1990-1991

1st August 1990

Weymouth are relegated to the Southern League (Southern Division) Winners Dorset Senior Cup Compton’s contract is cancelled in December 1990 and Len Drake takes the manager’s post. Advertisements

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1989-1990

1st August 1989

Gow is dismissed in April 1990 and Paul Compton is appointed as player-manager Advertisements

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1988-1989

1st August 1988

Weymouth finish bottom of the Conference and are relegated for the first time in the club’s history, returning to the Southern Premier League. 13 January 1989 Morgan leaves “by mutual consent” and is replaced by John Impey who takes the post as caretaker until Gerry Gow is appointed. Advertisements

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1987-1988

1st August 1987

Runners Up General Motors Acceptance Cup Weymouth move to the Wessex Stadium, playing their first fixture on 18 August 1987 against Taunton Town in the Western Counties Floodlight Cup. Ron Greenwood opens the new ground, officially, prior to a celebration match against Manchester United, on 21 October 1987. The attendance at the United game sets a ground record of 4904. Advertisements

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1986-1987

1st August 1986

Winners Western Counties Floodlight Cup Winners Dorset Senior Cup Weymouth move from the Recreation Ground after 89 years, playing their final game there on 27 April 1987 against Sutton United in the GMVC Godfrey is relieved of his duties, Stuart Bell becomes caretaker, then Stuart Morgan is re-appointed. Advertisements

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1985-1986

1st August 1985

Winners Dorset Senior Cup Winners Mark Frowde Cup Weymouth play their first ever competitive match “abroad” as they travel to Jersey to play St Pauls in the Dorset Senior Cup on 2 November 1985, winning 3-1. Advertisements

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1984-1985

1st August 1984

Winners Dorset Senior Cup Morgan leaves (Nov 1983) and the club appoint Brian Godfrey as manager Advertisements

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Morgan’s men storm back to land shock knockout

11th December 1982

Morgan’s men storm back to land shock knockout

CARDIFF CITY 2 WEYMOUTH 3 WEYMOUTH manager Stuart Morgan could hardly believe it as he jumped for joy and cheered wildly at 4.40 p.m. on Satuday. The young Welshman from Swansea and his team of part-timers had achieved a dream 3-2 victory over Third Division Cardiff City in his national side’s vast Ninian Park stadium in the second round of the F.A. Cup. He had watched with pride as Weymouth had again come from the dead, after being 2-0 down at half-time and apparently staring defeat in the face, to surprise the Third Division title contenders with…

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1982-1983

1st August 1982

Winners Mark Frowde Cup Weymouth reach the FA Cup 3rd Round losing to Cambridge Utd. 0-1 Weymouth players go on “strike” over expenses payments in January, the away game at Maidstone United is postponed when the majority of the team fail to arrive for the team coach. Advertisements

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1981-1982

1st August 1981

Winners Bob Lord Trophy Winners Western League Floodlight Cup Advertisements

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1979-1980

1st August 1979

Weymouth were one of the founder members of the Alliance League Runners Up Alliance League Advertisements

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1978-1979

1st August 1978

Carr resigns to join Dartford and is replaced by Stuart Morgan. Advertisements

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1977-1978

1st August 1977

Southern League Runners Up Runners Up Southern League Cup Winners Mark Frowde Cup Advertisements

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1976-1977

1st August 1976

January 1977 Bruck is sacked (joining Redditch United) and Graham Carr, along with John Clarke, becomes caretaker (player) manager Graham Carr appointed to the manager’s position on a ‘solo’ basis Advertisements

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1974-1975

1st August 1974

Williams resigns to take up a post in the Middle East and Deitmar Bruck is appointed Player-Manager Advertisements

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1973-1974

1st August 1973

Winners Western Counties Floodlight Cup Applied to join the Football League, but just received one vote. 13 other teams were also unsuccessful and Swansea City, steapothorpe United, Darlington and Workington were all re-elected to the league. Advertisements

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1972-1973

1st August 1972

Winners Southern League Cup Champions Western Counties Floodlight League Charlton is sacked (May 72) and Graham William is appointed player-manager Advertisements

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1970-1971

1st August 1970

Runners Up Southern League Cup The Terras begin a progressive move towards returning to a claret and blue strip, with several variations being used over the following seasons. Advertisements

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1968-1969

1st August 1968

Dorset Combination League Champions (Reserves) The Andover tie in the Western Counties Floodlight League is watched by 30 spectators. This is the lowest recorded home attendance for a competitive match. Advertisements

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1967-1968

1st August 1967

Dorset Combination League Champions (Reserves) Advertisements

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1966-1967

1st August 1966

Western Counties Floodlight League Champions Winners Southern League Championship Match Advertisements

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1965-1966

1st August 1965

SOUTHERN LEAGUE CHAMPIONS Stan Charlton is appointed player-manager on 21 July 1965 after O’Farrell joins Torquay United. Advertisements

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1964-1965

1st August 1964

SOUTHERN LEAGUE CHAMPIONS Runners Up Southern League Cup Winners Dorset Senior Cup (reserves) Advertisements

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1963-1964

1st August 1963

Southern League Runners Up Winners A’Court Shield Applied to join the Football League, but just received one vote. 12 other teams were unsuccessful and York City, Southport, Barrow and Hartlepool United were all re-elected. Advertisements

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1962-1963

1st August 1962

Winners Mark Frowde Cup Advertisements

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1961-1962

1st August 1961

Winners Mark Frowde Cup Weymouth reached FA Cup 4th Rd and travelled to Preston North End. With the original game being abandoned through fog – after 20 minutes – the club were in the 5th Rd draw for the first (and only) time. Frank O’Farrell becomes player-manager, on 20 June 1961, as Coles is sacked and joins Bath City. Advertisements

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1960-1961

1st August 1960

Winners Dorset Youth League Cup (youth) Advertisements

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1959-1960

1st August 1959

Winners Mark Frowde Cup Winners A’Court Shield The club revert to wearing white shirts and black shorts Advertisements

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1958-1959

1st August 1958

Winners A’Court Shield Advertisements

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1957-1958

1st August 1957

Winners Dorset Senior Cup (reserves) Winners A’Court Shield (reserves) Weymouth travel to play a Jersey XI, winning 5-1, thus making their first trip “abroad” Advertisements

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1956-1957

1st August 1956

Winners Mark Frowde Cup Winner A’Court Shield Advertisements

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1955-1956

1st August 1955

Winners Dorset Senior Cup (reserves) Winners Mark Frowde Cup Winners A’Court Shield Fagan resigns to join the Prison Service and continues to play for the club on a part time basis, Arthur Coles takes over as manager, becoming the first manager appointed who was not a “player-manager”. Advertisements

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1954-1955

1st August 1954

Southern League Runners Up Winners Dorset Senior Cup Advertisements

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1953-1954

1st August 1953

Western League Champions (reserves) Winners Dorset Senior Cup (reserves) Winners Mark Frowde Cup Winners A’Court Shield 16 February 1954 Weymouth v FC Wein First foreign opposition to play the club Advertisements

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1952-1953

1st August 1952

Southern League Cup Runners Up Winners Mark Frowde Cup (reserves) Weymouth install floodlights 3 November 1952 Weymouth v Southampton First Floodlight match 19 July 1952 Willie Fagan is appointed player-manager as Taylor joins QPR Advertisements

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1951-1952

1st August 1951

Southern League Runners Up Winners Dorset Senior Cup Winners A’Court Shield Winners Battle of Britain Cup (Devenish Cup) (reserves) Dorset League Division 2 Champions (colts) Advertisements

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1950-1951

1st August 1950

Winners Mark Frowde Cup Winners A’Court Shield Winners Battle of Britain Cup (Devenish Cup) (reserves) June 1950 Jack Taylor is appointed player-manager when Gallagher moves to Dundalk Advertisements

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1949-1950

1st August 1949

Weymouth are accepted into the Southern League Winners Dorset Senior Cup (reserves) Winners Mark Frowde Cup Winners A’Court Shield Winners Battle of Britain Cup (Devenish Cup) (reserves) 24 August 1949 Weymouth v Yeovil SL 1-4 sets the record league attendance figure at the Rec. of 10497. Weymouth reach the 3rd Rd of the FA Cup losing 0-4 at Old Trafford against Manchester United. Advertisements

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1948-1949

1st August 1948

Dorset League Champions (reserves) Winners Battle of Britain Cup (also known as the Devenish Cup) 11 December 1948 Weymouth v Yeovil FAC 1st Rd. 0-4 set the record attendance figure for the Recreation Ground of 12512. The gate money of £721 4/- is also a record, to that time. 1 July 1948 Paddy Gallagher is appointed player-manager when Kingdon resigns to concentrate on his business as a publican. Advertisements

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1947-1948

1st August 1947

The club is reformed as a semi professional club and is accepted into the Western League. Western League Division 2 Runners Up Winners Dorset Senior Cup Winners A’Court Shield Billy Kingdon is appointed player-manager The club’s first few matches are played in red and white (Arsenal style strip) as the new Claret and Blue kit is awaited. Advertisements

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1939-1940

1st August 1939

The club play one Western League fixture, beating Street 4-2 at home, and a single Dorset League fixture (reserves) which was drawn 1-1 at Kinson Utd before being disbanded due to the outbreak of the Second World War. The Recreation Ground is requisitioned by the War Office and does not get used for football except for a small number of exhibition matches are played Advertisements

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1938-1939

1st August 1938

Winners Weymouth Hospital Cup Advertisements

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1937-1938

1st August 1937

Western League Champions Winners Weymouth Hospital Cup Winners Gerrish Cup (6-a-side) Advertisements

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1936-1937

1st August 1936

Western League Champions Winners Dorset Senior Cup Winners A’Court Shield Winners Weymouth Hospital Cup Dorset League Champions (reserves) Advertisements

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1935-1936

1st August 1935

Western League Runners Up Winners Gerrish Cup (6-a-side) Advertisements

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1934-1935

1st August 1934

Winners A’Court Shield Winners Weymouth Hospital Cup Dorset League Champions (reserves) Winners Dorset Junior Cup (reserves) Advertisements

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1933-1934

1st August 1933

Western League Champions Winners Dorset Senior Cup Winners A’Court Shield Winners Gerrish Cup (6-a-side) Winners Dorset Junior Cup (Reserves) Advertisements

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1932-1933

1st August 1932

Winners Weymouth Hospital Cup Winners Gerrish Cup (6-a-side) Advertisements

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1931-1932

1st August 1931

Winners Dorset Senior Cup Winners Gerrish Cup (6-a-side) Advertisements

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1930-1931

1st August 1930

Club signs 3 players as “part time” professionals The town council give permission for the club to wear the town badge on their shirts Weymouth change their colour to white shirts, black shorts Winners Weymouth Hospital Cup Dorset League Division 2 Champions (Reserves) Advertisements

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1928-1929

1st August 1928

Club reverts to Amateur status and enters the Western and Dorset League Admission 1/- enclosure and 6d ground. 50% for “boys” Advertisements

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1927-1928

1st August 1927

Winners Dorset Senior Cup Club resign from the Southern League due to financial problems Advertisements

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1925-1926

1st August 1925

Winners Weymouth Hospital Cup Team selection reverts to the Club’s Committee as Walker leaves Advertisements

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1924-1925

1st August 1924

Western League Runners Up Dorset League Champions (Reserves) Winners Weymouth Hospital Cup Advertisements

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1923-1924

1st August 1923

Club turn professional and are elected to the Southern League Dorset League Champions (Reserves) Winners Dorset Senior Cup Winners Weymouth Hospital Cup Winners Gerrish Cup (6-a-side) A Supporters Club is formed for the first time Billy Walker is appointed to the club’s player-manager post Advertisements

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1922-1923

1st August 1922

Western League Champions Dorset League Champions Winners Dorset Senior Cup Winners Weymouth Hospital Cup Winners Gerrish Cup (6-a-side) Advertisements

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1921-1922

1st August 1921

Club elected to the Western League Winners Dorset League Winners Weymouth Hospital Cup Winners Bennett Cup (6-a-side) The Western League fixture at Horfield United is watched by 12 people! This is the lowest recorded figure for any competitive match in which the club have competed 22 March 1922 Tommy Morris resigns to take up an appointment at Swindon, team selection reverts to the club committee Advertisements

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1920-1921

1st August 1920

Winners Weymouth Hospital Cup Advertisements

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1919-1920

1st August 1919

Club reformed and joined the Dorset League Opening game v HMS Erin (Fr) 13-09-1919 at the Rec. Won 2-0 Winners Dorset Senior Cup Winners Weymouth Hospital Cup Winners Bennett Cup (6-a-side) TOMMY MORRIS is reappointed Manager of the club Advertisements

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1914-1919

1st August 1914

Weymouth FC did not compete due to the Great War Advertisements

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1913-1914

1st August 1913

Dorset League Champions Winners Bennett Cup (6-a-side) Advertisements

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1910-1911

1st August 1910

The first team bar is opened alongside the main turnstiles at the Recreation Ground Advertisements

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1909-1910

1st August 1909

Weymouth FC declared to be semi-professional 33 players suspended for accepting payments Winners Bennett Cup (6-a-side) Advertisements

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1908-1909

1st August 1908

Winners Bennett Cup (6-a-side) Advertisements

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1907-1908

1st August 1907

Admitted to Western League (Division 2) Finished 7th Winners Holmes Cup (6-a-side) Weymouth appoint TOMMY MORRIS as the club’s first Manager Advertisements

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1906-1907

1st August 1906

Winners Bennett Cup (6-a-side) Winners Holmes Cup (6-a-side) Advertisements

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1905-1906

1st August 1905

Winners Bennett Cup (6-a-side) Advertisements

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1904-1905

1st August 1904

Winners Bennett Cup (6-a-side) Advertisements

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1902-1903

1st August 1902

Dorset Senior Cup Winners Winners Dorset County Charity Cup (6-a-side) Advertisements

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1899-1900

1st August 1899

Dorset League Champions Winners Dorset Senior Cup Winners Bennett Cup (6-a-side) Advertisements

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1898-1899

1st August 1898

Winners Dorset Senior Cup Winners Bennett Cup (6-a-side) Advertisements

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1897-1898

1st August 1897

Weymouth took a 99-year lease on the Recreation Ground (then called the Athletic Ground) Dorset League Champions Winners Bennett Cup (6-a-side) Winners Dorset Junior Cup (reserves) Advertisements

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1896-1897

1st August 1896

Dorset League formed. Weymouth enter the first competition finish 3rd Winners Dorset County Charity Cup (6-a-side) Advertisements

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1895-1896

1st August 1895

First entered the FA Amateur Cup Advertisements

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1893-1894

1st August 1893

Reclassified as a Senior Club Moved to the Goldcroft Road ground, Westham Winners Dorset Senior Cup Winners Middleton Cup Winners Bennett Cup (6-a-side) Winners Dorset County Charity Cup (6-a-side) First entered the FA Cup Admission 3d Ladies Free First season ticket issued priced 5/- First mention in press (Southern Times) of the nickname “Terra Cottas” Advertisements

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1892-1893

1st August 1892

Winners Dorset Junior Cup (received the Cup in perpetuity) Winners Middleton Cup Winners Bennett Cup (6-a-side) Winners Dorset County Charity Cup (6-a-side) Advertisements

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1891-1892

1st August 1891

Admission 3d Winners Dorset Junior Cup Winners Middleton Cup Winners Bennett Cup (6-a-side) Advertisements

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1890-1891

21st August 1890

Formed as a Junior Club on 21 August 1890 playing at Lodmoor First fixture 24 September 1890 v Mr Popes XI at Lodmoor 2-0 Winners Dorset Junior Cup Middleton Cup Winners Bennett Cup (6-a-side) Advertisements

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