1994 - 1995 SEASON REVIEW
Team picture taken at Colin Cooke's testimonial at the end of the 1994/95 season. Features the current team and an old boys team.
Due to the Sports Argus no longer printing teams on Saturday evening, and no other records available, appearances are difficult to record. However, the following did make at least one appearance:
Darren Baker, Ray Bethan, Neil Brady, Trevor Brown, Mark Cohen, Colin Cooke, Carl Clinton, Chris Day, Deakin, Ramsey Douglas, J. Dunkley, Lee Ebbutt, Tom Fitzgerald, Andrew Green, Carl Grigg, Jamie Harden, Marvin Harper, Tom Heywood, Neil Hughes, P. Jackson, Jonathan Johnson, Alan Kilfoyle, Bradliegh Lee, Marcus McDonald, Dean Meyrick, Eamon Murphy, Jason Phillips, C. Ryan, Micky Setaro, Sheppard, Jamie Shipway, Jimmy Stafford, Steve Whipps, Tim White, Paul Wilson.
Joint Managers: Robert Nimmons and Roy Dolloway.
Chairman: Chris Davies.
Secretary: George Phillips.
Sponsor: Walker Homes.
Reserve Team Manager: Dean McDermont.
The top ten teams from last season moved up to the newly formed Midland Alliance and only 18 teams remained in the Midland Combination Premier. After finishing in 17th place in his first season, Manager Bob Nimmons promised a top six place this time round, but by October Coleshill were out of all the cups and were second from bottom of the league with just one win from eight games. Three wins in four games including a 5-1 thumping of Highgate United lifted the gloom and by the turn of the year one defeat in six games lifted them out of the relegation dog fight. A settled side and 14 goals between Jason Phillips, Jonathan Johnson and Jimmy Stafford in that run the reason for the upturn in form. With only 34 league games to play Coleshill entered the Midland Combination Invitation Cup and beat Chelmsley to reach the Semi Final. Unfortunately, no records are available of the outcome although they must have lost to one of the Finalists, Hanrahan Timbers or West Midlands Fire Service. Coleshill remained in mid table for the rest of the season, the highest they got was 9th after wins over Highgate, who finished bottom, Studley and Shirley but just two points from the last four games meant Town dropped to 14th position. It was time for a change and Martin Socket replaced Bob Nimmons in the summer.
LEAGUE P34 W9 D9 L16 F45 A61 Pts36 Pos14/18
CUP P6 W1 D0 L4 F8 A14 - Semi Final of Invitation Cup no record of result or opponents but Lost.
TOTAL P40 W10 D9 L20 F53 A75
SKOL MIDLAND COMBINATION, PREMIER DIVISION
Leading Goalscorer: Jason Phillips 10, Jimmy Stafford 10.
13 different Scorers.
*12 goals from mainly mid-week games, unknown scorers!
Most Appearances: Due to no records and Sports Argus no longer printing teams on Saturday evening, it is difficult to get accurate records of appearances.
Used Players: ?
Managers Player Of The Year: ?
Players Player Of The Year: ?
First Team Match Reports 1994-1995
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