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Jack Pitcher - Striker

Debut : Cheshunt (A) - 18/08/07

Last Game : Bristol City (A) - 05/05/10

Jack is a pacy forward signed from fellow British Gas Business Premier Division side Clevedon Town in May 2007.

He started out as a youngster with local side Winterbourne United where he won the Gloucestershire County League before he caught the eye of Mangotsfield United during the clubs first season in the Hellenic League.

Whilst at Cossham Street he often came face to face with the Tigers and stood out if not only for his pace and goal threat but also for his two-tone hairstyles! He also caught the attention of Bristol Rovers and played for their second string on two occasions but didn't impress and returned to haunt Southern League defences, scoring twenty-nine goals in just under two years with the Bristol club.

He opted to follow Shaun Penny to Clevedon Town in the summer of 2004 and spent three successful years at the Hand Stadium finishing as top scorer on each occasion as the Seasiders first lost out in SL Div One West playoffs, then in his second season he won the Championship. In his third year Clevedon reached the first round proper of the FA Cup and Jack scored the only goal as they were beaten 1-4 by Chester City in front of 2261 supporters.

Jack headed up the M5 in the summer of 2007 and within a couple of months had written his name in Gloucester City history by becoming the first player to score five goals in a game since Chris Townsend when his five strikes beat Yate 5-1 in the FA Cup at Lodge Road. The feat earned him the accolade of FA Cup player of the round and a trip to Wembley as a VIP for the 2008 Cup Final!








 Jack Pitcher

"The Boy's a bit special"
Q & A's with Jack
Name :
Jack Pitcher

DoB :
13/06/83

Birthplace :
Bristol

Playing Position :
Striker

Other teams played for :
Winterbourne United, Mangotsfield United, Clevedon Town

Nickname :
Jack Flash / Pitch / Heads, Shoulders, Teeth and Moles

Team(s) Supported :
Manchester United, Bristol City

Strengths :
I guess I'm pretty fast and I have a knack of scoring goals!

Weaknesses :
My touch, Strength

How do you keep yourself fit for football?
Putting it in at training and regular trips to the gym!

I play a bit like :
Thierry Henry I'd like to think, but at times probably more Paolo Wanchope!

Heroes :
Eric Cantona

Highlight :
Glad I waited to do this now, scoring five against Yate in the Fa Cup first qualifying round!

Lowlight :
Numerous trials with Bristol Rovers and Yeovil ending in failure

Honours :
Gloucestershire County League Champions with Winterbourne 2000/01, Gloucestershire Senior Trophy with Mangotsfield 2002/03, Southern League Western Division Champions with Clevedon 2005/06

Injuries :
Mostly niggly pulls and strains, but did smash my head open quite badly that required a cosmetic surgeon an hour and a half to stitch up!

Best player played with :
My partnership with Tom Jacobs in my first two years at Clevedon, we worked well together and his finishing was awesome

Toughest opponent :
Not really sure, best team was Chester City in the FA cup last year, much stronger and fitter all round

Best friend at club :
I get on with everyone really, hard to pick on one best friend!

Favourite Music :
All sorts but mostly R'n'B

Favourite Movies(s) :
Anything with Adam Sandler in

Favourite TV Programme :
One Tree Hill

Tell us something about yourself that we don't know!
Iím gonna score 30 goals this season and I cut my own hair!

Most embarrassing moment :
I constantly embarrass myself! Already had a few this season, I told Griff that there were too many r's in the alphabet!

Describe yourself in five words :
Friendly, laid back, competitive, joker!

In five years you'll be ....
Hopefully still scoring goals for City!

Clubs:
Winterbourne United, Mangotsfield United, Clevedon Town, Gloucester City, Mangotsfield United, Almondsbury Town, Chippenham Town, Winterbourne United, Gloucester City

Appearances & Goals:

Season Apps Subs Goals
 2007/08    40      5     22  
 2008/09    37      9     13  
 2009/10    25     18      5  
 2012/13     -      -      -  
Total  102     32     40  

Jack & Tom Hamblin interviewed after the 2-1 FA Cup win at Dorchester Town


Video Gallery:

His first goal for City at Bromsgrove

Jack scores five goals at Yate


A tap in against Stourbridge

At the 2nd attempt versus Corby


Pouncing on a rebound at Merthyr

City's fifth at Corby


Chalked off goal at Halesowen

A tap in against Hitchin


Scoring against his former club

Pulling a goal back at home to Bedford


Jack's 1st against Tivvy

And his second goal


Scrambling in v's Supermarine

Clever goal against Clevedon


Lucky goal against Clevedon

Easy goal versus Cheshunt


Interviews: (right click and "save as")
After scoring five goals in the FA Cup at Yate

Image Gallery: (click to view full size pics)


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Page last updated : 23rd September 2012

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