Last Update : 9th April 2014

Please note : this document is for printing out and filling in yourself, the dates will be kept up to date as fixtures change but not the scores

>> click here to download the fixtures as a Word document


Last Update : 9th April 2014

IMPORTANT NOTE : Outlook does not automatically update the times or dates should they change, or add new games, so you will need to manually update fixture changes as the season progresses.  Or you can delete all the entries and repeat the process with the latest file.

These instructions are for Microsoft Outlook 2010 however it should also work for other versions of Outlook, although menu names and locations may be slightly different.  Note you MUST use the instructions, if you simply download the file and double click it then only one calendar entry will be added instead of all of them.

1 - 'Right' click here to download the calendar file and save it to your Desktop

2 - Open Outlook.  Click the File tab.  Click Open and then Import.

3 - Select "import an Icalendar (.ics) or vCalendar file (.vcs)" from the list of options. Click Next.

4 - Browse and select the file basic.ics file you downloaded above.  Select OK.

5 - Choose whether you wish to import into your current calendar or create a new seperate one.

Done.  The games should now be in your calendar


google GOOGLE CALENDAR (can be used on mobile devices)

Last Update : 9th April 2014

html  - click this icon to view the Google Calendar on a webpage

ical  - click this icon for an Ical format link, this can be used to synchronise with such devices as Iphones, Blackberrys and other mobile devices

xml  - click this icon to get an XML/RSS feed of the Google Calendar which can be used in various feed readers and calendars on other devices or sites 


>> instructions for syncing a Google Calender to an Iphone or Ipad