Wick is a football club based in Bognor Regis in England. Not to be confused with Eton Wick FC.

Historical League Table:

Place Year and League                               GP  W  D  L  GF  GA PTS
***Joined Sussex County League Second Division***
  5th 1964-65 Sussex County League Second Division  34 15  8 11  77  55  38
  9th 1965-66 Sussex County League Second Division  34 17  0 17  96  90  34
 13th 1966-67 Sussex County League Second Division  32 10  6 16  64  63  26
 13th 1967-68 Sussex County League Second Division  28  8  4 16  44  58  20
 15th 1968-69 Sussex County League Second Division  28  3  2 23  32 108   8
  7th 1969-70 Sussex County League Second Division  28 11  5 12  48  46  27
  9th 1970-71 Sussex County League Second Division  30  8  9 13  38  52  25
  9th 1971-72 Sussex County League Second Division  30  9  8 13  39  50  26
  6th 1972-73 Sussex County League Second Division  24 11  4  9  35  23  26
  7th 1973-74 Sussex County League Second Division  20  6  4 10  29  30  16
 12th 1974-75 Sussex County League Second Division  22  4  5 13  20  40  13
  9th 1975-76 Sussex County League Second Division  24  7  6 11  23  28  20
 11th 1976-77 Sussex County League Second Division  26  5 10 11  31  41  20
 13th 1977-78 Sussex County League Second Division  28  8  5 15  33  40  21
  6th 1978-79 Sussex County League Second Division  26 10  7  9  33  29  27
  4th 1979-80 Sussex County League Second Division  26 14  4  8  44  27  32
  3rd 1980-81 Sussex County League Second Division  26 17  3  6  69  32  37
  1st 1981-82 Sussex County League Second Division  30 25  3  2  94  15  53
***Sussex County League Second Division Champions; Promoted to Sussex County 
League First Division***
  7th 1982-83 Sussex County League First Division   30 12  6 12  63  52  30
***Wins count for three points instead of two***
 14th 1983-84 Sussex County League First Division   30  6  8 16  31  57  26
 16th 1984-85 Sussex County League First Division   30  3  5 22  25  93  14
***Relegated to Sussex County League Second Division***
  1st 1985-86 Sussex County League Second Division  30 22  6  2  94  35  72
***Sussex County League Second Division Champions (2nd time); Promoted to Sussex 
County League First Division***
  9th 1986-87 Sussex County League First Division   30 11  9 10  61  57  42
  3rd 1987-88 Sussex County League First Division   30 18  4  8  52  40  58
  6th 1988-89 Sussex County League First Division   34 13 11 10  50  40  50
  1st 1989-90 Sussex County League First Division   34 25  4  5  88  30  79
***Sussex County League First Division Champions***
  5th 1990-91 Sussex County League First Division   34 18  5 11  61  49  59
  5th 1991-92 Sussex County League First Division   34 16 11  7  61  50  59
  3rd 1992-93 Sussex County League First Division   34 25  3  6  81  35  78
  1st 1993-94 Sussex County League First Division   38 31  4  3 111  30  97
***Sussex County League First Division Champions (2nd time)***
  3rd 1994-95 Sussex County League First Division   38 26  6  6  80  45  84
***Missed runner-up spot on goal difference***
  4th 1995-96 Sussex County League First Division   38 23  6  9  95  52  75
  2nd 1996-97 Sussex County League First Division   38 23  7  8 102  44  76
***Sussex County League First Division runner-up***
  3rd 1997-98 Sussex County League First Division   38 23  7  8  81  39  76
  6th 1998-99 Sussex County League First Division   38 18  7 13  65  49  61
 18th 1999-00 Sussex County League First Division   38  9  4 25  49 102  31
  3rd 2000-01 Sussex County League First Division   38 19 10  9  78  51  67

Thanks to the FCHD (www.fchd.btinternet.co.uk) for the historical league table.

Wick (?), or Wich (?), n. [AS. wic village, fr. L. vicus. In some names of places, perhaps fr. Icel. vik an inlet, creek, bay. See Vicinity, and cf. Villa.]

1.

A street; a village; a castle; a dwelling; a place of work, or exercise of authority; -- now obsolete except in composition; as, bailiwick, Warwick, Greenwick.

Stow.

2. Curling

A narrow port or passage in the rink or course, flanked by the stones of previous players.

 

© Webster 1913.


Wick (?), n. [OE. wicke, weyke, weke, AS. weoca or wecca; cf. D. wiek a roll of lint, Prov. G. wicke, and wieche, OHG. wiohha, Sw. veke, Dan. vaege; of uncertain origin.]

A bundle of fibers, or a loosely twisted or braided cord, tape, or tube, usually made of soft spun cotton threads, which by capillary attraction draws up a steady supply of the oil in lamps, the melted tallow or wax in candles, or other material used for illumination, in small successive portions, to be burned.

But true it is, that when the oil is spent The light goes out, and wick is thrown away. Spenser.

 

© Webster 1913.


Wick, v. i. Curling

To strike a stone in an oblique direction.

Jamieson.

 

© Webster 1913.

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