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Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance Senior Trophy

Sturminster Newton Utd FC (1)


Wimborne Town FC Reserves (2)

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Please click on the above page to read issue 37 of the DPL Dispatch for the 2022/23 Season
Congratulations to Sturminster Newton FC on winning the Jewson Premier League Cup on 13th May 2023
Sturminster Marshall 1 Sturminster Newton 3
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Neil Sweatman receiving Cup from
New League Ball Sponsor
Mr Terry Schofield
DPL League Cup Sponsor 2022/2023
Congratulations to Holt United FC
Jewson Dorset Premier League Champions 2022/2023
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Jewson Dorset Premier League Chairman
Mr Mike Mock presenting the League Cup to
Captain Sonny Wilkinson 
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Match Day Roundup

News Item

13th May 2023


Congratulation go to Sturminster Newton FC on their 3-1 win against Sturminster Marshall FC in todays Final, as in all Finals there has to be a winner and a loser but both sides deserve great credit for the Match they provided today.

A crowd of 386 were in attendance at a sun drenched New Cuthbury, home of Wimborne Town FC to witness the "Cherries" victory.
Marshall took the lead in the 14th minute following an OG by Elliot Pearce-Eavis, however the North Dorset outfit turned it around with strikes from Will Guppy & Ash Clarke to lead 2-1 at the break. A further Buddy O'Shea goal with 20 minutes to go sealed the win and part 1 of a possible Cup double.

The Man of the Match award went to SNUFC's Ash Clarke.

On behalf of the League we thank ALL connected with WTFC for their assistance in staging this final at your superb facility, a mention also to the Match Officials for their excellent handling of the Final today.

History of the Jewson
Dorset Premier Football League

The league was formed in 1957 and was initially called the Dorset Football Combination League.

The 2022/2023 Season will be contested by 18 teams covering the entire county of Dorset and South Somerset, 9 of which have Floodlights and all 18 have an AED device in or adjacent to their facility.


The objective of the League on its formation was to increase the standard of football in Dorset, an ideal that still holds true today as the League is now classed as a Regional NLS Feeder League that sits just outside the FA's National League System.

The DPL is proud to have been awarded it's England Football Accredited League Status.

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