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  1. Good to drawn at home in the FA Cup today. An interesting match for everyone to look forward to. Be interested to hear other Towners thoughts, hopes, expectations for this match, which is worth quite a lot of prize money for the winners.
  2. Despite heavy rain, after a mid-morning pitch inspection, todays League fixture against Harrow Borough at Earlsmead Stadium, is expected to go ahead, subject to there not being a deluge before kick off. Town have already played Harrow twice this season at the QE2 Stadium, beating their Middlesex rivals 2-1 in the Emirates FA Cup, and 3-0 in the League on New Year's Day. Todays third encounter will be far from a pushover, and Town will need to build on their recent improved performances and results, if we are to collect maximum points on this wet Bank Holiday afternoon. Good luck to Andy and the boys! COYT
  3. READY TO GO! It's back, and there is plenty to look forward to on Saturday afternoon, when Town host Folkestone Invicta at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium, in our opening Bostik League Premier Division fixture. After all the comings and goings during the summer, optimism is high that Town can make a good start to the new season, with our new management duo Andy Leese and Darren Purse in charge, and an impressive squad of quality close season signings. Be interesting to hear peoples thoughts on how Town are probably going to line-up against Invicta on Saturday afternoon. Folkestone seem likely to be without striker Joe Taylor and influential mid-fielder Micheal Everitt for this match. Taylor has damaged his knee, whilst Everitt picked up a groin strain last weekend. Last season, back in April, Town beat Invicta 3-1 at the QE Stadium. Will we chalk up another win? What do you think? How do you see the outcome? One thing for sure, this is going to be another close, very exciting match. Let's be there to show our support for Andy and our guys, as they look to deliver our first win of the new season. COYT
  4. After a fine win yesterday, Town make the short journey to The Harlow Arena tomorrow to face Harlow Town, in a must win crunch match as we close in on a place in the Ryman Premier Division play-offs. The Hawks gained promotion to the Premier Division last season and are currently 9th in the table. We beat them 3-0 at Donkey Lane on Boxing Day. This match will be a tough challenge, but Town are on a good run, with six successive wins behind them, and certainly won't be taking the Hawks lightly. Harlow have lost 6 home league matches this season, against Dulwich, AFC Sudbury, Lowestoft Town, Havant & Waterlooville, Billericay, and Leiston. Brad and the boys know what needs to be done, and will have plenty of loud away support. Good luck everyone. Let's hear it for the Town! 'COME ON YOU TOWN'
  5. Easter weekend is traditionally a make or break time for teams battling for promotion, or struggling to avoid relegation. This year is no exception and, after weeks of uncertainty, Town have performed heroics in recent matches to claw their way back as serious play-off contenders. With three matches remaining this season our destiny is in our own hands. On Saturday we host Folkestone Invicta at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium (3.00pm), before visiting Harlow on Bank Holiday Monday. All to play for after outstanding team performances against league leaders Bognor and Billericay. Town will be looking to deliver more of the same this weekend, with six precious points up for grabs, and a fine run of five consecutive wins behind them. A bumper crowd is expected at the QE2 Stadium on Saturday afternoon, as Town continue their chase for a play-off spot. It is a huge match, a real Easter cracker - DON'T MISS IT !! Happy Easter Everybody! 'COME ON YOU TOWN'
  6. Town travel down to the south coast tomorrow to play in-form Worthing, in the Ryman Premier Division, hoping to put recent setbacks behind them, and secure a much needed victory. Three months ago we played the Rebels at Donkey Lane, in better days, and edged past them 2-1 in a very close match which could have gone either way. Worthing are having an impressive first season in the Premier Division, and are currently 9th in the table, one point and two places behind Town, with two games in hand. They have also done well in cup competitions, particularly the FA Trophy where they beat Dagenham & Redbridge 1-2 away, before drawing 2-2 at home with Sutton United, and losing the replay 3-2 at Gander Green Lane after extra-time. Worthing play on a 3G pitch and have experienced drainage issues with it, since it was installed, which have resulted in the postponement of some matches. They hope to get it sorted at the end of this season. Be interesting to see how it plays for our match. Tomorrows match will definitely not be a stroll on the beach, and Town have little margin for error, if we are to keep our play-off hopes alive, and will need to be at their best to get points from this challenging fixture. We will also need to keep close tabs on the Rebels young striker Lloyd Dawes, who is quite a handful and has been scoring a lot of goals. All to play for. Good luck to Brad and the boys. Come on guys you can do it! See you there. 'COME ON YOU TOWN'
  7. Weather permitting, we look forward to welcoming West Sussex side Burgess Hill to The Queen Elizabeth II Stadium, for our next Ryman Premier Division fixture. KO: 3.00pm. This is the Hillians second season in the RPD, and it would be fair to say they are having a bit of a tough time. Last season they finished 21st in the table, one place above the drop zone, whilst at the moment they are 20th, with matches in hand over the basement clubs. They visit us on Saturday without a win in their last seven league matches. To date they have only achieved one away league win this season, last month at Staines when they came away with a 1-2 victory. But,as we all know, there are no easy fixtures in this league, and our previous matches with the Hillians have been very close affairs, with all three matches finishing 1-0 in favour of the home team. Town are on a great run of form, and having just climbed into the Ryman Premier Division play-off places, they will be looking to make their extra quality pay dividends, against stubborn opponents at Donkey Lane on Saturday. Brad and the boys deserve plenty of home support and encouragement. Let's hear it for our guys as they target another three points! Good luck everyone! 'COME ON YOU TOWN'
  8. Tomorrow afternoon (Saturday 3.00pm) Town welcome AFC Sudbury to the Queen Elizabeth Stadium, with an opportunity to put the records straight, having lost 2-0 away to the Suffolk side, back in August, following their promotion to the Ryman Premier Division last season. Our visitors have made a decent start to their first ever season in the RPD, and are currently 16th in the table. They have won 4 of their 12 away matches, with wins coming at Grays, Merstham, Harlow, and Billericay. Town themselves are in excellent form, and have put in some fine performances over the festive period, taking seven points out of a possible nine, which has lifted us up to sixth in the table. To achieve our hopes of the play-offs we need to keep the momentum going, and Brad and the boys will be hell-bent on getting another three points from this match. The team will be boosted by the availability of Nathan Livings, following a lengthy injury lay-off. Welcome back Nathan! So an exciting match in prospect, and with Spurs playing on Sunday, let's hope we get a good turnout and plenty of loud noisy home support for Brad and the boys as they look to push-on up the table. I'm really looking forward to this one. See you there! 'COME ON YOU TOWN'
  9. This Saturday Town host an important FA Trophy showdown against Essex outfit Canvey Island at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium, and will really need to be on top of their game to progress, and enjoy a good run in this prestigious national competition. We have already played The Gulls twice in the league this season, drawing 1-1 at home in our opening fixture, before travelling over to The Frost Financial Stadium last Saturday, and convincingly thrashing them 5-1. The match saw no less than ten yellow cards and a straight red for former Towner Tayshan Hayden-Smith. Town supporters will be hoping our guys make home advantage tell, producing a high-energy stellar performance, supported by a large, noisy, crowd. The winners of this match will receive a useful £2700 from the FA Trophy prize fund. Let's hear it for Brad and the boys! Good luck everyone. See you there. 'COME ON YOU TOWN'
  10. After an excellent result at Kingstonian earlier in the week, Town will travel in confident mood to The Frost Financial Stadium tomorrow (Saturday) to face Canvey Island in the Ryman Premier Division. This is a reverse fixture of our opening match of the season at the QE2 Stadium, when Tyler Campbell popped up with a late equaliser to secure us a deserved share of the points in a 1-1 draw. Last season we came away empty-handed from Canvey, following a 2-0 defeat. In the return match we balanced the books with a 2-1 home victory, with a brace from Tyler Campbell. Another tight match in prospect tomorrow, but Town will be hoping to put one over The Gull's, before we host them next weekend in The FA Trophy. All the very best to Brad and boys tomorrow. Hopefully, we will deliver another spirited performance, to chalk up our second away win of the week. Good luck everyone. Enjoy the match! 'COME ON YOU TOWN'
  11. Another fiercely contested North London derby to look forward to at the QE2 Stadium tomorrow afternoon, when Town host near neighbours Wingate & Finchley in the Ryman Premier Division, look to consolidate their recent upturn in form. Matches against Wingate are always exciting, highly competitive, close encounters. Tomorrow will be no exception, and Town will need to play well to win this one. Last season Town secured the League double over Wingate, winning 2-0 at home and 2-1 away. Tomorrow the two sides go into this match separated only by goal difference. Town are 14th in the table, with a eight goal advantage over Wingate. A cracking match in prospect. Let's have plenty of loud noisy support and encouragement for Town, to make home advantage tell. Very best of luck to Brad and the boys. Here's to another high-energy performance and another three points to Town. T.E.A.M. > Together Everyone Achieves More 'COME ON YOU TOWN'
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