As the title says "About Us", let's meet the three supporters undertaking this exciting challenge.  

Martin McConachie is a 48-year-old Yeovil Town fan who lives in a village between Bristol and Bath. He runs his own small sports media administration business, Oldland Media, from home, building and maintaining small community websites, usually in sport. He has four children (Alex 25, Georgia 21 and twins Harry and Ryan, 16)

A Yeovil fan since January 1971, he works for the club on a freelance basis in the media department and has done so for nine seasons now. Producing a column for each matchday programme, he has also interviewed more than 60 footballers and celebrities and has responsibility for special features. In 2012/13, Martin had his first book published called "10", a collectors edition of Yeovil Town's first decade in the Football League. The book sold out before it was printed and a reprint was ordered.

On matchdays, Martin and his colleague David Munn commentate at Yeovil Town for Soccer Sight, a voluntary service that provides football match commentaries for visually imapired supporters. 

In addition, Martin holds the post of club secretary at Oldland Abbotonians, a Toolstation Western League Division One side based in his home village. Having taken charge of the media side of the club in 2013, the opportunity to take on a more prominent role came in the summer of 2014. 

And finally, Martin is also website admin and team secretary of an under-16 side for Oldland Abbotonians Youth, the youth section of Oldland Abbotonians and comprises fifteen sides from under-5's to under-16's. 

Harry and Ryan are twins, born twenty minutes apart, in 2000.

Yeovil fans all their life, the boys went to their first Glovers match on 4th September 2004, a 1-0 win thanks to a Gavin Williams strike. In their twelve years supporting the club, they have seen three promotions, two playoff finals and two relegations as well as many memorable matches including four where they were mascots.  

Both boys also play for Oldland Abbotonians Youth and have done so since the age of five. Harry is a strong, determined centre half by trade and has played nearly 250 games, scoring 24 goals. Ryan is a cultured left back, formerly a midfielder, whose reliable, cultured displays have seen him play more than 240 times, scoring 32 goals, 

Off the pitch, both Harry & Ryan attend Sir Bernard Lovell Academy in Oldland Common and enjoy playing FIFA on the XBox One and are keen golfers. They work at Huish Park on matchdays, assisting with the music and the scoreboard operation