Introduction

Lymington Town Reserves FC are a Grassroots football team made up of 22 team members.

The team is from England, United Kingdom and play in the Wyvern Combination League Division 1 West Division 1 West.

Lymington Town Reserves FC started using TeamStats in August 2014 and so far have created match reports and statistics for 3 games.

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In 1986 they became founder members of the Wessex League and two years later merged with local rivals Wellworthy Athletic to become AFC Lymington. The new club enjoyed immense success, winning the Wessex League title before joining forces with local rivals New Milton in 1998 to become known as Lymington & New Milton.


However, many people were opposed to the merger so they reformed Lymington Town. The new club joined the Hampshire League Division Three in 1998 and soon progressed to the top division. They are currently members of the Wessex League Premier Division, which they reached after winning the Wessex League Division One title in the 2004–05 season.


Former players include Jason Stride, John Bailey, Russell Perrett and David Peach.


They are the former holders of the Wessex League Cup, which they won in 2007, beating Bournemouth on penalties.


In the 2007–08 season, they reached the fourth round of the FA Vase, which is their best ever performance in the competition.


The 2009–10 season started with Jeremy Stagg as manager. Stagg resigned with the club in eighth place in the Wessex League Premier Division table. Dave Morris took over and the club eventually finished a disappointing 20th, following a dismal run of one league win in 20 games. Morris resigned from the post on April 23, leaving Mick Cuffie and Bob Sullivan in temporary charge.



The 2010–11 season saw new managers Stuart and Matt Hussey take charge who were previously with Wessex League Premier Division side Winchester City and finished in 11th position. Town have seen a huge change in player personnel for the 2011–12 season which has also seen first team coach Darren Burdle leave to join bitter rivals Winchester City for the forthcoming season (2011–12).


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