Role: Former

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Grant Eaton

Grant Eaton joined Slough Town in 1992 following three years with Watford and a spell with Burnham. Grant enjoyed success with both the Youth and Reserve Teams. He captained the Youth Team to two cup final victories in 1995 and was a member of the Reserve side that won the All Champions Cup. Grant's hard work and ability was rewarded with the opportunity to sign a contract with Slough which Grant regards as one of his greatest achievements and on Tuesday 8th October achieved his First Team debut against Kettering in the Spalding Cup.

Grant is otherwise known as "Herbie" and it has been intriguing how he gained this nickname; Grant has two theories, the first being that his dad named him that when he was young and the other is that he is a love bug!!! Away from football Grant worked as a football coach with Mencap, coaching many disadvantaged children and when he has the time enjoys golf and swimming.


First Appearance: 08-10-1996 vs Kettering Town
First Goal: Never
Position: Defender
Total STFC Appearances: 7
Total STFC Goals: 0

Matches Played

Match Date Home Team Score Away Team Competition Goals Cards Report
11-03-1997Wycombe Wanderers3-2Slough TownB&B Senior Cup--Report
15-02-1997Slough Town3-4Northwich VictoriaLeague--Report
01-01-1997Slough Town1-6Stevenage BoroughLeague--Report
28-12-1996Woking2-0Slough TownLeague--Report
14-12-1996Farnborough Town2-1Slough TownLeague--Report
26-11-1996Northwich Victoria0-1Slough TownLeague--Report
08-10-1996Kettering Town1-0Slough TownIsthmian Lge Sub. Cup--Report
The Vanarama National League South Vanarama Motorama

Saturday, 16th March

vs Billericay Town

Won 2-1 (Home)

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Pos Name Goals
1 Ben Harris 12
2 Lee Togwell 4
3 Warren Harris 3
4 Louie Soares 3
5 Josh Jackman 2
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