Dwayne Plummer


Apps: 23 (9)

Goals: 2

Last Updated: 02 March 2022

Debut: vs. Northwich Victoria (A, 1-0), 24/10/1998

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Dwayne Plummer

Date of Birth: 15-05-1978

Place of Birth: Bristol

A skilful (if often frustrating) talent, midfielder Dwayne Plummer arrived in October 1998 with the hope that he’d become Boro’s next big star. With quick feet and a deft touch, he could be the torment of opposition defences across the Conference on his day. But were our expectations too high? Or did we just not make the best use of his skills? Either way, the time he spent with us was brief and saw him make just 32 appearances (23 starts).

After featuring in a Paul Gascoigne skills video as a young ‘un, Plummer turned pro at his first club: Bristol City. But he couldn’t make the breakthrough he wanted and so joined us in October 1998. At first, it was a loan deal (if Wikipedia is right, we can’t remember). But, less than a month later, it became a permanent deal. Injuries probably didn’t help his time with us, but he moved on in late 1999; Richard Hill moving him out on a free transfer.

Dwayne Plummer: After Boro’

After a short time at Chesham United, Plummer found a home at Bristol Rovers. Injuries again were a problem for the midfielder during his time at the Memorial Ground. That time would come to an unsavoury end in 2002, however; the lad sacked for ‘gross misconduct’ and having to start afresh at a new club. That club would be Harlow Town. Then Ebbsfleet. And then Aylesbury and Bath. In fact, it was a time when the clubs came thick and fast.

In all, Plummer turned out for around 20 clubs between leaving us in 2000 and finishing up (we presume) at Maldon Town in 2010. Only at four – Hendon, AFC Wimbledon, Thurrock and Braintree – did he seem to make a start, before moving onto pastures new.


Saturday 14 August 1999

Tuesday 24 August 1999

Saturday 28 August 1999

Saturday 11 September 1999

Saturday 18 September 1999

Saturday 25 September 1999


Saturday 24 October 1998

Saturday 07 November 1998

Saturday 28 November 1998

Saturday 05 December 1998

Saturday 19 December 1998

Saturday 26 December 1998

Monday 28 December 1998

Saturday 09 January 1999

Saturday 16 January 1999

Saturday 23 January 1999

Saturday 30 January 1999

Saturday 13 February 1999

Tuesday 16 February 1999

Saturday 20 February 1999

Saturday 06 March 1999

Tuesday 09 March 1999

Tuesday 16 March 1999

Saturday 20 March 1999

Friday 26 March 1999

Monday 05 April 1999

Saturday 10 April 1999

Monday 12 April 1999

Saturday 17 April 1999

Monday 19 April 1999

Saturday 24 April 1999

Saturday 01 May 1999

Previous Clubs:

Bristol City

Later Clubs:

Chesham United (2000)
Bristol Rovers (2000)
Harlow Town (2002)
Ebbsfleet United (2003)
Aylesbury United (2003)
Bath City (2003)
Crawley Town (2003)
Hendon (2004)
Thurrock (2004)
Kingstonian (2005)
Staines Town (2005)
AFC Wimbledon (2005)
Braintree Town (2006)
Boreham Wood (2007)
Carshalton Athletic (2008)
Reno (JAM) (2008)
Arnett Gardens (JAM) (2009)
Maldon & Tiptree (2010)