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Reserve Team info 2003/2004
Wycombe's reserve team played in the Pontin's Holiday Combination in 2003/4. The previous season (2002/3) saw 'Home' games played at Buckingham Road, Aylesbury United FC due to use of the new 'desso' pitch at Adams Park being kept to a minimum. For the 2003/4 season 'Home' reserve games reverted back to Adams Park where entrance was FREE to Season Ticket Holders. Entrance for non-Season Ticket holders was 3 adults and 1 Seniors and Under 16's.
Click here for results and final table 2002/3

WANDERERS' RESERVE FIXTURES 2003/2004
Pontin's Holiday Combination unless stated
Clicking result will take you to page with line-ups and match details.
Date        Opponents            V  Result Scorers
Tue  5 Aug  Leyton Orient (Fr)   A  L 0-3   
Wed 27 Aug  READING (Cup)        H  L 2-4  Holligan, Bell
Wed  3 Sep  Southend United      A  W 3-2  Roberts, Ryan, Holligan
Wed 10 Sep  GILLINGHAM	         H  L 1-2  Holligan
Wed 17 Sep  OXFORD UNITED (Fr)	 H  L 1-3  Bell (pen)
Wed 24 Sep  Crystal Palace       A  D 0-0 @ Adams Park
Wed  8 Oct  READING              H  L 1-2  Dixon
Wed 15 Oct  Aldershot Town (Cup) A  W 5-1  Roberts, Dixon 2(1p), Holligan 2
Wed 22 Oct  Colchester United    A  L 1-2  Philo
Tue 28 Oct  Chesham United (B&B) A  L 2-3  Bell, Mapes
Wed 12 Nov  BRENTFORD (Cup)	 H  L 1-2  og
Wed 19 Nov  NORTHAMPTON TOWN     H  D 1-1  Holligan
Tue 25 Nov  Queens Park Rangers	 A  L 0-1
Wed  3 Dec  SWINDON TOWN (Cup)   H  D 1-1  Bell (pen)
Wed 17 Dec  St Vin and Gren.(Fr) H  L 1-2  Bell
Tue  6 Jan  QPR (Fr)             H  W 3-2  Bell 2 (1 pen), Cook
Tue 27 Jan  Millwall             A  L 1-3  Faulconbridge
Tue  3 Feb  Leyton Orient (Fr)   A  D 2-2  Johnson 2
Mon  9 Feb  Oxford United (Fr)   A  W 1-0  Emerson
Wed 11 Feb  Colchester Utd (Fr)  A  L 0-2
Wed 18 Feb  ALDERSHOT TOWN       H  W 3-1  Dixon 2, Higgins
Wed 25 Feb  NORWICH CITY         H  W 2-0 Simpemba, Philo
Tue 23 Mar  PETERBOROUGH UNITED	 H  D 0-0
Tue 30 Mar  Crystal Palace (Fr)  A  W 2-1 Dixon, Mapes
Tue  6 Apr  Brentford            A  D 0-0
Wed 14 Apr  Brighton             A  L 0-4
Wed 21 Apr  CAMBRIDGE UNITED	 H  L 1-4 Dixon


 Pontin's Holidays Combination - Central & East Division
                Final Table 2003/4
                      Pl  W  D  L  GF GA  GD  Pts
 1. Reading           14 12  1  1  48 11 +37   37 
 2. Gillingham        14 10  2  2  27  9 +18   32
 3. Northampton Town  14  8  3  3  33 25  +8   27
 4. Millwall          14  8  3  3  31 25  +6   27
 5. Cambridge Utd     14  7  2  5  29 24  +5   23
 6. Crystal Palace    14  6  3  5  25 18  +7   21
 7. Brighton & Hove A 14  6  2  6  34 24 +10   20
 8. QPR               14  6  2  6  16 22  -6   20
 9. Peterborough      14  4  7  3  31 25  +6   19
10. Colchester Utd    14  5  2  7  15 13  +2   17
11. Norwich City      14  5  2  7  21 23  -2   17
12. Wycombe Wand      14  3  4  7  14 22  -8   13
13. Brentford         14  1  7  6  22 33 -11   10
14. Aldershot Town    14  2  1 11  16 66 -50    7
15. Southend United   14  1  1 12   7 29 -22    4

Note: Southend awarded 1-0 victory v Aldershot due to
postponement late in the season.

Other information: Wanderers' Reserves played in a restructured Football Combination during the 2003/4 season following financial concerns from member clubs. The league, sponsored by Pontin's Holidays, was split into two regions - 'Wales & West' and 'Central & Eastern' - to help cut down on travelling costs. Wycombe played with 15 other teams in the Central & Eastern Division on a one off basis. Other teams in the Central & Eastern Division are: Aldershot, Brentford, Brighton, Cambridge, Colchester, Crystal Palace, Gillingham, Millwall, Northampton, Norwich, Peterborough, QPR, Reading and Southend.

Newcomers to Wycombe's division were Aldershot, while Portsmouth were lost due to their promotion to the Premiership and Leyton Orient pulled out in the close season due to financial reasons. Barnet were included in the provisional make-up of the league although they subsequently decided not to field a reserve side following finishing in bottom place last season. Luton Town also announced their retirement from the League on 30th July and consequently Wycombe's original opening fixture on 20th August against The Hatters was cancelled. Reading were originally in the 'Wales and West' Division but have since been moved to the 'Central' division following the addition of Yeovil Town to the Western section.

The 'Wales & West' Division comprised of ten clubs who played on a home and away basis. Those clubs are AFC Bournemouth, Bristol City, Bristol Rovers, Cardiff City, Cheltenham Town, Oxford United, Plymouth Argyle, Swansea City, Swindon Town and Yeovil Town.

There was also a seperate cup competitions for each League played on a group basis. Wycombe were drawn in the same group as Reading, Aldershot and Swindon.
Previous Seasons with the Reserves
1995/96 1996/97 1997/98 1998/99 1999/2000 2000/01 2001/02 2002/03

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