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    • By littlehampton
      Welcome The Mackerel Men !
      This Saturday league leaders Town go head-to-head with pre-season title favourites Worthing at the Queen Elizabeth II Stadium, in what should be one of the closest, most exciting matches of the season.

      Both teams are in good form, and will fancy their chances. Town have a !00% home record, conceding only one league goal to date at the QE2 stadium. The Mackerel Men from West Sussex, played away to Kingstonian on Wednesday evening, and registered an impressive  3-4 win, to go second in the table, just one point behind Town with one game in hand.

      There should be a bumper crowd for this eagerly awaited match. Both teams will be well supported, and there should be a great atmosphere. Definitely an unmissable match !

      Let's really get behind The Town tomorrow, and give Andy Leese and our players maximum vocal support and encouragement throughout this top of the table battle.

      Good luck everyone. See you there.

      'COME ON THE TOWN'
    • By littlehampton
      Tomorrow (Saturday) Town travel to Fetcham to play Leatherhead in the Isthmian Premier Division, on the back of a very impressive performance and 2-0 win against League leaders Kingstonian at the QEII Stadium, earlier in the week, which lifted us up to third in the table.

      Think it would be fair to say The Tanners have not made the best of starts to the new season and, after their 2-3 away defeat at Bognor on Tuesday evening, are currently bottom of the IPD table, with just 4 points from nine matches. Leatherhead have lost five of their last six matches, including a 7-0 defeat at Bishops Stortford. Their home defeats include Wingate & Finchley (1-2), Carshalton Athletic (0-3), and Worthing (0-4).

      Town are playing well, and would hope to collect three points from this match, against a side at the wrong end of the table. This is a match where we need to show our quality and ambition, avoid a banana-skin, and confirm we are the whole package this season.

      Good luck everyone. See you there. Let's hear plenty of noisy support and encouragement for Andy and our team.

      'COME ON THE TOWN'

       
    • By littlehampton
      After the excitement of the FA Cup, we return to Isthmian Premier Division action tomorrow (Tuesday) evening when we entertain table toppers Kingstonian at the Queen Elizabeth II Stadium. KO 7.45pm.

      This should be another close encounter between the two sides, and Town will be looking to get back to winning ways, and secure three points to close the gap at the top of the table, before we visit Leatherhead this weekend.

      Don't know how many Towners take a look at our opponent's website before a match, but sometimes it can be quite rewarding. Kingstonian have a good website, and their profile of tomorrow nights match, called ' Grier's Guide to Enfield Town' is well worth a read, and it might tell you some things you perhaps didn't know. It can be found on the following link :-  www.kingstonian.com/match/2021-2022/isthmian-football-league-premier-division/enfield-town/kingstonian/392559/preview

      Good luck tomorrow night everyone. Enjoy the match and let's have plenty of noisy support for Andy and our team.

      ' COME ON THE TOWN '

       
    • By littlehampton
      Very best of luck to our players, officials and supporters, for our Isthmian Premier League match against Lewes at the Dripping Pan this afternoon.

      It's going to be a tough game, but we travel in confident mood, second in the table, have a good side, and are unbeaten home or away this season to date.

      Let's hope we can add to those successes, chalk up another away win, with three points from our visit to East Sussex.

      'COME ON THE TOWN'
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