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Sunday 26 November 2006
This week at AFC Wimbledon, w/b 27 November

MONDAY: Seat tickets for the Ryman Premier League game against Horsham go on sale via the credit card hotline (020 8546 9582) which will be open from 11.00 am to 1.00 pm. Remember that this game is the ?Kids go free? game (for terrace access only, not main stand seats).

Also on Monday, the draw for the FA Trophy first round proper, when Conference clubs enter for the first time, will take place. If you want to know our opponents if we beat Eastleigh, then the draw will appear on the FA web site at about noon and on the club?s official site soon afterwards.

Coach tickets for the Eastleigh replay can also be bought by calling the club office on 020 8547 3528 between 10.00 am and 4.00 pm to get your ticket and full details.

To take Monday?s excitement to fever pitch, ballot papers for the Dons Trust elections will be despatched from today. Make sure you vote in time for the closing date of 15 December.

TUESDAY: The Dons are away to Eastleigh in the Trophy replay at Silverlake Stadium, kick off 7.45 pm. Extra time and penalties will take place if the game is a draw at the end of 90 minutes and 120 minutes respectively. Are you sure that train can get you home? Why not book on the coach and be sure?

WEDNESDAY: The under-19 side is at home to Abingdon United, kick off 3.00 pm. The game will be played at Nescot.

THURSDAY: The results of November's Dons Draw are due to be published.

FRIDAY: Kingsmeadow Live brings you LONDON CALLING.
The infamous Clash tribute band plays at Kingsmeadow, fresh from performing at some of New York?s top clubs. London Calling recreate the excitement felt during the period that punk rock exploded and have the approval of many people associated with Joe Strummer and The Clash.
?London Calling?. had the punks dancing and they didn?t stop until the third encore?.sound like their heroes?.managed to capture the spirit of The Clash? Bristol Evening Post

Entry is 8 (7 for payment in advance)

SATURDAY: The Dons are at home to Horsham in a Ryman Premier League game, kick off 3.00 pm. At the time of writing Horsham are five points ahead of us but we have two games in hand, although they play Bromley on Tuesday night, when we are engaged elsewhere in the Trophy. This is the ?Kids go free? game but also anyone who buys a ticket on the day and signs up for the club?s mailing list will be entered into a draw for a free TomTom satellite navigation system. Any season ticket holder who brings someone with them will be entered into a separate draw for a TomTom satellite navigation system

The reserves are away to Whyteleafe, kick off 3.00 pm

Kingsmeadow Live presents BORN TO BE JOVI, the up-and-coming tribute to one of the biggest bands of the last 20 years, Bon Jovi. Cover classics from all three decades such as ?You give love a bad name? and ?Living on a prayer? from the big hair 80?s to hits from the 90?s such as ?Keep the faith? and ?In these arms? right up to modern day classics such as ?It?s my life?.

Entry is 9 (8 for payment in advance)

SUNDAY: The Ladies team is at home to Crystal Palace, at Kingsmeadow. Kick off is at 2.00 pm.

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