GLOVERS ON MONDAY: What happened on this day in Yeovil Town’s history on February 19?
WELCOME to the Glovers on Monday feature where on each Monday of the week during the football season we will be delving into the recent archives of Yeovil Town FC to find out what happened on the corresponding day in years gone by.
Our search goes from the 1987-1988 season, the year Yeovil won the Vauxhall-Opel Premier League, up to the present day and we will look back at the games featured on this particular day in history.
Today we are looking back at what happened down the years on February 19.
February 19, 2005 – Chester City 0, Yeovil Town 2: Goals from Arron Davies and Phil Jevons secured Yeovil Town a 2-0 win at Chester City in the Coca-Cola League Two.
February 19, 2002 – Yeovil Town 1, Doncaster Rovers 1: An Adam Stansfield goal gave Yeovil Town a replay against Doncaster Rovers at Huish Park in the FA Trophy Fourth Round.
February 19, 2000 – Yeovil Town 1, Nuneaton Borough 3: A Jamie Pitman goal was all Yeovil Town had to show for their efforts as they went down 3-1 at Huish Park to visiting Nuneaton Borough in the Conference.
February 19, 1994 – Yeovil Town 2, Witton Albion 1: Goals from Paul Wilson and Neil Cordice gave Yeovil Town a 2-1 success over Witton Albion at Huish Park in the GM Vauxhall Conference.
PHOTO – TOP: Pictured (from left) are Arron Davies, Adam Stansfield and Jamie Pitman.
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