1995 - 1996 SEASON REVIEW
No Team Picture available at this time.
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:
Wayne Attwood, Paul Bates, Mick Beale, Robbie Beard, Loz Cairns, Dave Carmichael, Paul Charnley, Pete Coleing GK, Pat Daly, Mark Duckers, Andy Elliot, Wayne Fisher, Jamie Harden, Matt Haywood, Jason Kavanaugh, Peter Kirkham, Andy Lorimer, Craig Maddison, Peter Manuel GK, Barry McManus, Paul Mountney, Jason Phillips, Jason Prince, Andy Russell GK, John Scrimshire, Des Seivwright, Mick Setaro, Gary Shaw, Jamie Shipway, Gary Smith, Martin Smith, Martin Sockett, Adam Wardle, Justin Wiseman, Steve Wright.
Manager: Martin Sockett.
Assistant Manager: Martin Smith.
Chairman: Chris Davies.
Secretary: George Phillips.
After two disappointing seasons under manager Bob Nimmons, Coleshill decided to make a change and Martin Sockett came in during the summer as First Team Manager and Martin Smith as his assistant. Sockett had lots of contacts and set about trying to develop Coleshill into championship contenders but he had a tough job on his hands and it took most of the season to transform the side. Town had a good run in the league Challenge Cup and reached the quarter final before losing to Bloxwich Town who went on to not only win the cup but they were League Champions as well. There was an early exit in the Birmingham Senior Cup but a 3-1 loss to the holders Solihull Borough was no disgrace. They also played in the Midland Triangular Cup but fell at the first hurdle to Knowle. As players came and went Coleshill were never in any relegation trouble but they could not force themselves in top six which was the aim at the start of the season. They had many injuries to key players including two goalkeepers and had to settle for a 10th place finish. Highlights were a 6-2 win over Olton Royale and a run of games in March where they scored 13 goals in three games. 76 goals for was the best return for 12 years but 66 against was the problem with the manager admitting that they had to score at least three goals to win a game. Sockett had shown enough for the committee to retain him for the next season.
LEAGUE: P38 W14 D9 L15 F76 A66 Pts51 Pos10/20
CUP: P7 W2 D2 L3 F11 A9
TOTAL: P45 W16 D11 L18 F87 A75
ENDSLEIGH MIDLAND COMBINATION, PREMIER DIVISION
Leading Goalscorer: Loz Cairns 7, Paul Charnley 7.
18 different Scorers.
*35 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: 35.
First Team Match Reports 1995-1996
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