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100 Club Lottery

Don’t forget…. It is never too late to enter The PUFC 100 Club - just £5 a month with a chance to win 1st prize of £70, 2nd prize of £25 and 3rd prize of £15.  The Christmas draw will be a double winning draw!!  Same prizes, but twice the chance of winning.  There will also be spot prizes throughout the season.

 

*100 Club tickets are now available to buy on our club shop*

August 2021 100 Club Draw

Our First Team Manager, Franklyn Clarke, did the honours at our Reserve match last night and made the first draw of the 2021/22 season.  

1st prize (£100) – Katie Wilson

2nd prize (£25) – Andy Paulton

3rd spot prize – Tom Savage. 

 

 

Well done to our winners – the 100 Club provides vital funds to help The Blues.  Please contact Lesley for details (ldwhyton@hotmail.co.uk,) or see a committee member at a home game.  

 

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June 2021 100 Club Draw

These are the results of the draw which took place at the beginning of July with Chairman, Matt Lucas, doing the honours:
1st prize - Bill Millard
2nd prize - Terry Hall
3rd prize - Lisa Nash

 

May 100 Club DRAW

(Drawn by our Club Ambassador, Robin Satherley)

The penultimate 100 club draw took place with our Club Ambassador doing the honours.  May results as follows: 

 

 1st prize - Wendy Hoskins; 

2nd prize - Gaye Taylor

3rd prize  Mr Doggrell 

Just the June draw to take place and then, be warned, Lesley will be pestering you all! 

 

 

April 100 Club Draw:  

(Drawn by Pete Hoare)

1st prize - Danny Nash

2nd prize - Ray Scott

3rd prize - Andy Paulton

Latest News

Josh Barton catches up with Marcus Smith

Thursday 25 Nov 2021

This interview took place after our away defeat to league leaders, Horndean FC. Josh Barton: We are getting to a point in the season where we can look back and reflect. How have you found it so far? Marcus Smith: There’s been ups-and-downs I’ve felt, it’s been really challenging, but we’re a young side and we are definitely learning. It’s somewhat similar to last season in some ways, but for the most part, we’ve improved as a group massively. Frank [Franklyn Clarke] and Sam [Sam Poole] have been outstanding with us as a group, helping us progress. The more experienced players in the dressing room have been a massive impact on us and they’ve been helping us a lot this season. JB: You’ve been given a little more responsibility with Macca [Ryan McKechnie] being unfortunately out injured, with you taking the vice-captain role, how have you found that so far? MS: I’m very happy with Frank trusting me with it. I’m glad I’m seen as that role now, but nothing changes, I’m always wanting to get better and progress. JB: From the point of view of the players, there’s been some up and down results. How far do you think this group can go? MS: This season, I think we’ll be having a flipping point soon. We’re getting some results now and we’re getting some good performances, and that’s the biggest thing for me. The Blackfield and Langley game for me is one of the turning points of the season. It’s a massive confidence boost and I feel like we can do that for more games this season. Obviously, the next game we played was against the top of the league, and it’s an unbelievable team, and a very hard place to come. I still feel we played well and made the chances, but they were just the better side. I feel like we can be pushing on now, picking up some results. As a team, we’re progressing, and that’s the way it’s going to go. JB: As Frank said to me earlier on, it’s just the one defeat in six, do you think it’s just a couple of wins and a bit of consistency away from being a really solid team? MS: One-hundred percent, yes. A couple of wins for us in the next few months would be outstanding. We’ve got another tough fixture next week [Home to Hamble Club FC], and that’ll be another chance to build on, but we’re looking forward to the rest of the season and I reckon we will get a lot better. JB: There seems to be a very good team spirit with a lot of camaraderie amongst the squad, it is important to have that squad ethic, isn’t it? MS: One-hundred percent, yes. That’s one of the differences from last season, not that we didn’t have that, but it’s improved. That helps with the performances on the pitch.

U18 Player Recruitment

Monday 08 Nov 2021

Due to the huge success of our Pathway, which has seen many of our Youth players progress into Men’s football at the Club, we now have more spaces in our U18 Team squad managed by Andrew Mallett and Gary Rowe. We currently have eight of our original Youth team now playing for the Club on Saturdays at Dorset Premier League and Wessex Prem League level, which has far exceeded our expectations but this has created spaces in our Youth Team. If you are interested in joining our Youth Team, with a very realistic prospect of progressing along our proven Pathway and into Men’s football, please contact our Secretary, Randle: secretary.portlandutdfc@aol.co.uk This is a great chance to join our friendly and well-run club.

NEW SIGNING!

Thursday 23 Sep 2021

18 year old, local lad, Troy, has signed for The Blues as a striker. Troy has been featuring for Weymouth U23s.

Great start to our U18s playing in the Dorset U18s League West.

Sunday 05 Sep 2021

6 – 1! Charlie Rowe (sponsored by Mowlam Transport Ltd) opened up the scoring followed by Taylor Edmonds (also sponsored by Mowlam Transport Ltd). Taylor was not content with one and went on to score a hat trick! Haydon Scott (sponsored by Margaret Keegan) scored the fifth (bearing in mind Haydon played, and played very well, for the First Team in their loss to Baffins yesterday). Icing on the cake was supplied by Charlie Rowe with his second goal of the fixture. Team work/individual work was superb and I am sure the 50+ folks in attendance would agree. Congratulations to our Joint Team Managers; Andy Mallett and Garry Rowe. They go again this Wednesday but please note the fixture has been reversed and our U18s will be hosting Portland Panthers U18s at The Camp & Satherley Stadium. KO time to be confirmed.

Portland Utd FC 4 – 2 Alresford Town FC

Saturday 28 Aug 2021

Well done to our lads today – as a team and as individual players – kept their noses to the grindstone and applied themselves 100% as I am sure all 110 watching would agree. Nobody could knock their effort to the final whistle against a very experienced Alresford side – and that was with a number of first team players missing so a huge credit must go also to our young management team. As you would have seen already, Joel Hewitt picked up the match ball following his hat trick. And also picked up the Man of the Match Award from Match Sponsors; Irene and Bob King who were treated with a platter fit for a King or two kings and their friends! Thank you Lesley Whyton for serving up such a feast. Greg Borthwick (sponsored by Houghton’s Tiles) came on as a substitute following the break and within a minute of the second half whistle had scored to make it 3 – 1. That goal will remain in many people’s minds - I am sure – including some of The Magpies. We also thank our young mascots today; Brooke Houston, Cameron Edney and Blake Burr and our Commercial Manager, Vic Holland, for supplying their superb mementos of the day. The minute’s silence was held in respect of former player of The Blues, Colin Robertson and it was lovely to see the family at the ground. First Team are at home again on Tues in the 2nd Round of the Wessex League Cup v Romsey Town from the 1st Div who today beat Totton & Eling 3 – 1. Our Reserves are also home the following evening (1st Sept) when they will be hosting Poole Borough

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