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Billericay Town v Witham Town

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Saturday 24th January

1st XI v Witham Town
League
K.O. 15:00

 

Weather is looking promising for Saturday Fingers crossed it'll stay that way.

 

 

Last time out away to Witham. 

 

http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/withamtown/s/match-centre-72355/1-1008462/

 

 

 

 

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------->  Unofficially   <--------   

 

There is no pitch inspection planned for todays game V Witham Town

 

 

In fact it's Quite Sunny on the Brightside of the street. 

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