Thursday, 20 April 2017

And Five More…From Peterhead to Peacehaven

Another handful of matches that may be of interest this weekend as clubs reflect on the season that is drawing to a close or rally support for one final push at the top or bottom of their respective leagues.

Peterhead host Stenhousemuir with the Blue Toon currently occupying a relegation play-off place in Scottish League One.

They face bottom club Stenhousemuir on Saturday afternoon and have reduced general admission prices to £5 with all Under 12's free and season ticket holders given an additional complimentary ticket.

In a nice touch, Peterhead boss Jim McInally told the club website: "It’s good that the club have also reduced entry prices for the Stenhousemuir travelling support who made the effort to come all the way up to Peterhead on Boxing Day last year on a bitterly cold and wet afternoon.”

From the north of Scotland to north Wales and a disappointing campaign for Rhyl FC as they face relegation from the Welsh Premier League.

The doors have been opened for this Saturday’s 5:15pm kick-off against Llandudno with donations welcome on the gate as the focus turns to what is hoped to be only a temporary stay in the Huws Gray Alliance for the 2017/18 season.

Braintree’s fate in the National League is not yet sealed but they dearly need a victory at home to Barrow this Saturday and admission prices have been reduced to £10 Adults, £5 for Students/OAPs and free for Under 18’s.

Despite amassing more than 90 points in the Northern Premier League First Division South, Witton Albion (who I watched in a crucial clash at Shaw Lane last week) are gearing themselves up for the play-offs and will look to end their regular season on a positive note against Sheffield FC this Saturday.

Admission is free for the game.

Peacehaven & Telscombe secured their safety in the Southern Combination Premier Division on Monday but weekend opponents Arundel are still looking over their shoulders.

Community-owned since the summer of 2016, Peacehaven are celebrating a historic year with 'Pay What You Want' admission on Saturday.

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