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Tomorrow, Boreham Wood’s promotion-seeking senior side do not have a competitive game. With that in mind, the Vanarama Conference South club are inviting all supporters both young and old to come to the club and meet manager Ian Allinson and his players.

It will give Allinson and the players a chance to thank supporters and they will be on hand to answer any questions regarding this season, the play-offs or the future with an informal Q & A session.

Having lost to Hemel Hempstead Town on Tuesday night in the Herts Senior Cup, Wood still have much too look forward to.
Next Saturday they travel to Chelmsford City and that will give them their final league position with second place and home advantage in the play-offs a distinct possibility.

For those with children, there will also be goodie bags and giveaways for the kids handed out and baseball caps for the adults given away.

Next year`s home and away kits will also be unveiled and these will be available to purchase from July 1st 2015.
The players will begin training at around 12.30pm. They will then be available to meet supporters in the ‘Gallery Suite’ from around 2.15pm onwards.

The reserves will also play their important Suburban League semi-final at the club, with a 3pm kick-off and entrance for this game is ‘FREE’.

The chairman said that he will be providing a buffet for both the supporters and players on the day and for those wishing to watch both the Arsenal FA Cup semi-final and the Chelsea v Manchester United league game, they will both be shown simultaneously in the club bars.

With the play-offs now secured, with the title challenge hanging by a thread and with a top two finish and home advantage in the play-offs still more than possible, the club has never been stronger or more confident of making this a season to remember.

Source: www.footballconference.co.uk

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