Dinnington Town F.C.
Dinnington Town Full name Dinnington Town Football Club Nickname(s) Dinno Founded 2000 Ground Phoenix Park, Dinnington
Chairman Mark O'Brien Manager Steve Toyne League Northern Counties East League Division One 2010-11 Northern Counties East League Premier Division, 20th (relegated)Home coloursAway colours
The current club were formed in 2000 and immediately joined Division One of the Central Midlands League. In 2001–02 they finished third and were promoted to the Supreme Division. They won the League Cup in 2002–03 and finished as runners-up in 2003–04 and 2004–05. After a third consecutive second-placed finish in 2005–06 (a season in which they also won the League Cup again) they were promoted to Division One of the Northern Counties East League. In 2007–08 they won Division One, and were promoted to the Premier Division. After winning the League Cup in 2009–10, they were relegated back to Division One at the end of the 2010–11 season.
- Northern Counties East League
- Division One champions 2007–08
- League Cup winners 2009–10
- Central Midlands League
- League Cup winners 2002–03, 2005–06
Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player GK Luke Hands GK Andrew Thornton GK Mark Toyne DF Andy Taylor DF Thomas Fairweather DF Daniel Hoyland DF Andy Sykes DF Daniel Beech DF Jordan Beech MF Daniel McKenzie MF Liam Kay No. Position Player MF Jonathon Roper MF Mat Smith MF Lewis Pearce MF Liam Tinsley MF Martin Wade MF Kieran Gallagher FW Danny Reet FW Liam Cartledge FW Dachi Khutsishvilli FW John Mellor FW Nyimbi Rissasy
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- Northern Counties East League
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