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Not one of my face grounds but it is in a nice setting.

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Savagebee - Yes, Haywood Way is great isn't it, a really lovely setting:

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How much do they charge for a fishing permit ??

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40 minutes ago, Big J R said:

How much do they charge for a fishing permit ??

Good idea it could be some extra income for the club 😀

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Haywood Way is barely recognisable at the moment isn't it. Aylesbury Vale Dynamos would have entertained Tring Athletic yesterday in a SSML Premier Division fixture:

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I am pretty sure that these photos were put up at the time of the game on Saturday 14 September between Aylesbury Vale Dynamos and Rugby Borough in the FA Vase Second Preliminary Round which Aylesbury Vale Dynamos won 3-1 with two clinical strikes from Keith Mupfururirwa and Abu Khan late on:

Aylesbury Vale Dynamos v Rugby Borough FAV

 

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Again, I believe these photos were put up at the time of the game between Aylesbury Vale Dynamos and Baldock Town in the SSML Premier Division on Saturday 28 September which, despite trailing at the interval, Aylesbury Vale Dynamos won 4-1 with goals from Bruno Brito, debutant Harry Dalton, Alfi Touceda and Bruno Brito again late on, Brito's first goal had been a free kick from more than 40 yards out that will be talked about at Haywood Way for years to come:

Aylesbury Vale Dynamos v Baldock Town

 

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21 hours ago, Rhodes said:

Brito's first goal had been a free kick from more than 40 yards out that will be talked about at Haywood Way for years to come

Actually the goal was captured on YouTube courtesy of Sports Shots, enjoy:

 

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Photographs from the Risborough Rangers v Aylesbury Vale Dynamos pre-season friendly on 23 July which Risborough Rangers won 1-0:

https://www.aylesburyphotonews.com/#/risborough-rangers-v-aylesbury-vale-dynamos/

https://www.aylesburyvaledynamos.co.uk/teams/77541/match-centre/0-4536869/report

 

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Not SSML but over 100 photographs from Aylesbury v Guildford City, at a Wembley like Haywood Way on 18 August 2012, in a Southern League Division One Central fixture from 2012/13, Guildford City won 2-1:

Aylesbury (A) 18/8/2012

 

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Aylesbury Vale Dynamos awarded Covid-19 Community Fund


PRESS RELEASE: 13TH JUNE 2020

Funds to help Aylesbury Vale Dynamos FC during current COVID-19 pandemic.

AYLESBURY VALE DYNAMOS FC in Aylesbury has been awarded £3000 of National Lottery funding from Sport England’s Community Emergency Fund towards Club Refurbishment during the on-going COVID-19 pandemic.

The outbreak of the virus and the consequent shutdown of businesses as of March 23 has left the sport and physical activity sector facing a period of uncertainty.

In response, on March 31 Sport England announced a £195m package to help the sport and physical activity sector through covid-19. Within the package is a £20m Community Emergency Fund, of National Lottery money to deliver immediate funding to those who have a role in supporting the nation to be active but are experiencing short-term financial hardship or the ceasing of operations due to the impact of coronavirus.

The grant will allow AYLESBURY VALE DYNAMOS FC to complete some much needed work around the club. We have a skip for some clearance, tidying up work, some internal social club maintenance being led by our Vice-Chairman, Steve MacDonald which includes ensuring we are in a position to open when the government guidelines allow us.

Christine Williams, Aylesbury Vale Dynamos FC, Head of Social Events, said:

“This is an important time for the club and ensuring we are ready to open, adhering to the current social distancing rules is essential for us. I cannot wait to open up and start the process of arranging some events at the club as we head into the 20-21 season.”

Tim Hollingsworth, Sport England’s Chief Executive, said:

“As the body responsible for the growth of sport and physical activity participation, we want the vital grassroots organisations that make sport and physical activity happen in this country to not just to come through this crisis but to be in a position to thrive again in the future. The £20m Community Emergency fund, made possible by National Lottery players is part of a multimillion pound package of support we are providing to ease the pressure on a huge number of the organisations who are central to the nation’s health and wellbeing.

“We are proud to be able to provide vital funding to Aylesbury Vale Dynamos to help it through these extremely challenging times.”

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Not SSML but over 150 photographs from Aylesbury v Slough Town, at  Haywood Way on 21 April 2014, in a Southern League Division One Central fixture from 2013/14, Aylesbury won 3-1 with two goals from Jamie Rudd and Brian Haule:

https://www.sloughtownfc.net/reports/4888

21-04-14 Aylesbury v Slough Town

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Over 150 photographs from Slough Town v Aylesbury on 4 February 2014, in a Southern League Division One Central fixture from 2013/14, Slough Town won 2-0 at Holloways Park, where they groundshared, on their way to promotion to the Southern League Premier Division that season by winning the play offs:

https://www.sloughtownfc.net/reports/4871

04-02-14 Slough Town v Aylesbury

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Photographs from Aylesbury FC v Thame United, at  Haywood Way on 24 November 2018, in a Southern League Division One Central fixture from 2018/19 when Aylesbury were relegated to the SSML along with Dunstable Town, Thame United won 3-0:

http://www.aylesburyunitedfc.co.uk/match/2018-11-24/aylesbury-fc/vs/thame-united/

Aylesbury FC v Thame United SL

 

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Over 100 photographs from Aylesbury v Slough Town at Haywood Way on 21 January 2012, in a Southern League Division One Central fixture from 2011/12, Aylesbury won 2-0 with two goals from Tyrone Marsh, on loan from Oxford United, the second goal six minutes into stoppage time:

https://www.sloughtownfc.net/reports/4737

21-01-12 Aylesbury v Slough Town

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Over 100 photographs from Aylesbury v Slough Town at Haywood Way on 21 November 2010, in a Southern League Division One Central fixture from 2010/11, Slough Town won 2-1 after Captain Jon Derby had opened the scoring for the hosts on just two minutes with a precision header from a free kick. Aylesbury finished a respectable eighth that season, Slough Town qualified for the play offs but lost 4-1 at Hitchin Town in a semi final:

https://www.sloughtownfc.net/reports/4671

20-11-10 Aylesbury v Slough Town

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Manager Phil Granville has made the first of a number of signings ahead of the new season


Archie Davis is a Young goalkeeper and a student of the Bucks Sports Academy, Archie signs from Aylesbury United where he won Managers Player of the Year in the 2018/19 season. He is very good technically and comfortable with the ball at his feet.

Sam Austin joins from Aston Clinton. The 6ft3, defender can play anywhere across the back line and is a threat from set pieces. In his previous four seasons he has won individual honours in two of them.

Kevin Owusu is a Twenty Two year old former MK Dons Academy player, tricky, quick and direct winger who has great quality in the final third. Played thirty nine times for Biggleswade United in the SSML Premier Division Previously.

Lamar Mason-Williams Twenty Seven year old Lamar is a strong and pacy centre forward who joins us from Aston Clinton. Lamar has been the top goalscorer at his respective clubs four out of the last five seasons. Including 32 goals in 40 appearances for Risborough in 2017.

Alex McGowan is a leader on and off the pitch. Very good in the air, very vocal and dangerous from set pieces. Steady as a rock in the centre of defence.

Lewis Workman s a striker with pace to burn and scores goals for fun. Netted 72 times in a 107 appearances for Aston Clinton. Clinical anywhere around the penalty box

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24 minutes ago, Savagebee said:

Lewis Workman s a striker with pace to burn and scores goals for fun. Netted 72 times in a 107 appearances for Aston Clinton. Clinical anywhere around the penalty box

Lewis Workman will be a big loss to Aston Clinton, they relied on him a lot to hit the net which he did for them on a regular basis, I believe he has been at Aston Clinton Park pretty much all of his career apart from a brief spell at Marlow where he surprisingly wasn't really given an opportunity. He netted 26 goals in 32 league appearances in 2016/17 and 23 goals in 20 league appearances, 32 goals in all competitions, in 2017/18 when Aston Clinton reached the Finals of the Wycombe Senior Cup against Flackwell Heath and the SSML Division Two Cup against Park View with Workman obviously netting in both games:

Lewis Workman Image

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Interesting signings, players having played div 2 pretty much exclusively. Have Aston Clinton won that league recently?

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1 hour ago, Winslow Boy said:

Interesting signings, players having played div 2 pretty much exclusively. 

I was thinking the same.

Maybe a lot of clubs will just bring in new players from lower levels because of a much bigger pressure on there playing budgets for next season.

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Maybe but most clubs will have little to no budget, so most players will have to accept that, they can’t all sign for the few clubs that will still be throwing money. I think Vale will struggle, hope I’m wrong, there’s a couple of good guys down there but I think it’ll be another tough season there. 

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YouTube  highlights from Welwyn Garden City v Aylesbury in a 2018/19 Evo-Stik Southern League Division One Central fixture, at Herns Lane on 29 April 2019, prior to Aylesbury's relegation to the SSML along with Dunstable Town, Welwyn Garden City won the game 2-0:

 

 

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The club is pleased to confirm the signing of Dave Brown from Winslow United


Dave Brown is 27 years old and a skilful and energetic midfielder who joins from Winslow where he made twenty appearances last season and helped them to third place in the Spartan South Midland Division One before the league ended prematurely.

Dave also started every game for Aylesbury Flooring as they won the FA Sunday Cup in 2019.

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