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After Tuesday evenings thriller against Billericay, Town face another tough test tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon, when they host second-placed Havant & Waterlooville in the Ryman Premier Division, on The Hawks first every visit to the Queen Elizabeth Stadium. Inconsistency, and a disappointing sequence of results, may have badly hit our own chances of reaching the play-offs this season, but you rest assured Town will be going flat out to win as many of our nine remaining matches as possible. Back in November, Town travelled to Westleigh Park and beat Havant 0-2. It was a close, phy
After our impressive showing on the South coast last weekend, Town hit the road again tomorrow, this time to the East coast, where they will face mid-table Lowestoft Town in the Ryman Premier Division at Crown Meadow, fishing for maximum points to revive our play-off chances. Tomorrow afternoon would be a really good time to start putting the records right. In five previous games against the Trawler-boys, we have not yet managed to chalk up a win, home or away. Our record is three draws and two defeats. Everything points to another difficult match, but this time we are in with a reas
After last weekends resounding 1-5 victory at Wingate, that lifted us to 6th in the table, there is a good feeling of optimism around the club, as we look forward to welcoming Merstham to the Queen Elizabeth Stadium this Saturday, for another important Ryman Premier Division match. KO: 3.00pm. Our visitors are currently 22nd in the table, with a few games in hand on other basement sides, but have struggled on their travels, having only won one of 14 away matches played to date, an impressive 0-4 win at AFC Sudbury. Last season, their first in the Ryman Premier Division, the Moatsider
There's much truth in the old saying "When the going gets tough the tough get going". On Saturday, Town travel down to Hampshire to face league leaders Havant & Waterlooville in the Ryman Premier Division, and a tough challenge is definitely on the cards at Westleigh Park, in what will be the first ever meeting between the two clubs. The Hawk's moved top of the table on Tuesday evening, beating Billericay 0-2 away, having thumped them 5-0 at home in the FA Trophy last weekend. Havant are having a good season. They are in a strong position and are rightly considered genuine title conte