A limp Poole performance was heavily impacted by injuries to Tony Lee and Will Spetch, with Beaconsfield winning 2-1.
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Match Report: Youthful Poole survive two Sherborne scares to advance
Poole Town reached the semi-finals of the Dorset Senior Cup by beating Sherborne Town 4-3.
Match Report: Dolphins exact revenge in eight goal thriller
Poole Town outgunned lowly Kings Langley in a contest where attackers dominated and defenders were left in their wake all afternoon, wiping away any memories of the Dolphins’ shock defeat to Kings Langley earlier in the season.
Match Report: Even match ends in draw with Taunton
Poole Town showed hallmarks of their early season form as they battled to a draw with fellow promotion hopefuls Taunton Town.
Transfer News: Return of Dolphins legend Steve Devlin
Poole Town have signed fan favourite Steve Devlin, with the Irish midfielder joining from Wessex Premier Hamworthy United.
Match Report: Stalemate at Tatnam in nothing game
Poole Town failed to win at home for the fourth game in a row as they were were held by Chesham United in what was in all truths a boring afternoon.
Interview: Reasons to remain positive claims Killick
Poole Town boss Tom Killick feels that there is plenty to be positive about as Poole continue their Southern League campaign tonight away at Yate, but also realises that his side need to improve quickly if things are to stay that way.
Interview: Killick forced to return to the transfer market after Fletcher injury
Poole Town are looking to draft in another striker after youngster Will Fletcher suffered an injury whilst working, potentially missing the next three months.
In Review: October
With the dust now long settled on the month of October, we take a look back at yet another month that started somewhat brightly before ending frustration for the Dolphins.
Interview: ‘Insipid’ a good word to describe Poole according to Killick
Tom Killick was left demanding more from his players after they failed to show ‘real desperation’ in their 3-0 defeat to lowly Weston-super-Mare.