2011 - 2012 SEASON REVIEW
Team: Taken at Pack Meadow August 2011, pre-season.
Back: Joe Perkins (Physio), Ken Jones, Dave Brown (Secretary), Michael William, Steve Hakner, Greg Dickie, Paul Hathaway, Leyiso Recci, Simon Volante, Ryan Duxbury, Mick Mooney (Kit Man), Rob Healey.
Middle: Sam Wilson, Tez Carpenter, Nigel Fry (Assistant Manager), Paul Billing (Chairman), Carl Adams (Manager), Jason Lanns, Chris Lloyd.
Front: Ben Porter, Remi Williams, Oliver Spencer, Danny Carter, Craig Gasiewski, Barry Fitzharris.
Also made appearances but not pictured: Tyrone Amory, Anton Astley, David Brush, Guy Clarke, Chris Charles, Allando Davis, Richard Dunwoody, Liam Givans, Scott Goodby, Tom Goodwin, Richard Gregory, Chris Gumery, Chris Laite, Chris Jay, Jack Jeys, Neil Kitching, Ian Kimberley, Liam Mansell, Nathan McBean, Andy Milan, Joe Obi, Danny Pitt, Jason Ramsey, Rob Seal, Will Stannage, David Tonks, Tom Wilmore.
Manager Carl Adams, Secretary Dave Brown, Chairman Paul Billing.
The merger between Coleshill Town and Dosthill Colts went ahead as expected but, much to the delight of Town supporters, the name didn't change! However, the team colours did change to Dosthill's, White Shirts, Blue Shorts, Red Socks, (Red, White and Blue!!!) Coleshill Town Football Club have been playing in Green since at least 1913 and it is sad that the traditional colours had to change but it is better than losing the name and it isn't too far away from the first "uniform" Coleshill Town wore in their first ever game back in 1885 of: Dark Navy Blue Jerseys, White Knickerbockers, and Blue and White Caps!
On the field, Coleshill got off to a great start with four wins in the first five games but it was to be a season of struggles! Town got through just one round of the FA Cup but fell at the first hurdle to lower league opposition in the FA Vase! They also suffered their highest ever defeat in the Birmingham Senior Cup, 10-0 at Sutton Coldfield! Coleshill hovered just above the relegation zone most of the season but four wins in the last eight games meant they finished six points above the bottom three. Their total of 50 points was 15 down from the previous year!
LEAGUE P42 W14 D8 L20 F55 A73 Points 50 Position 16th.
CUP P7 W2 D1 L4 F12 A19
TOTAL P49 W16 D9 L24 F67 A92
MIDLAND FOOTBALL ALLIANCE
Leading Goalscorer: Danny Carter 15 League, 4 Cup, 19 Total.
18 different Scorers.
Most Appearances: Barry Fitzharris 44, Danny Carter 43, Sam Wilson 35, Chris Lloyd 33, Jason Lanns 32.
Used 45 Players.
PLAYERS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Barry Fitzharris.
MANAGERS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Barry Fitzharris.
MANAGERS MERIT AWARD OF THE YEAR: Steve Hackner.
First Team Match Reports 2011-2012
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