Love Sport Radio has uploaded last night’s Wimbledon Fans Show in full to their On Demand service. It was an extended 90-minute edition featuring Lee Finch, and the whole hour and a half has been uploaded into one show. Click this link to listen now.
James Hanson has been voted Quest TV’s League One Player of the Week. He won 58 per cent of their Twitter poll, beating Mallik Wilks of Doncaster (31%) and Shrewsbury’s Luke Waterfall (11%) to the prestigious award.
The club are launching matchday sensory packs for this Saturday’s game with Accrington Stanley. The packs are designed to make the matchday experience more comfortable for supporters with sensory issues, such as fans with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and include noise-reducing ear defenders, fidget spinners, and a match day programme. The packs need to be pre-ordered; this can be done by e-mailing email@example.com before Saturday. The launch of these packs coincides with World Autism Awareness Week, which runs from today until Sunday (7 April).
Saturday will also be AFC Wimbledon Foundation Day. Over 150 children from local schools and the Foundation’s community programmes will be in attendance, as well fans from disability and adult groups that the club works with. More information about the day is available on the club’s official web site.
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ON THIS DAY – 2006. Goalkeeper Andy Little was sent-off as we lost 4-0 at home to Ryman Premier League promotion rivals Hampton & Richmond Borough. Hampton’s third goal was scored by Elliott Godfrey, who Terry Brown would bring to Kinsgmeadow in 2008 to help us win promotion from the Conference South. Click here for a full match report.