After Towns’ disappointing 2-0 loss to Maidstone United, their poor form continues, and they hope to finish October on a high when they travel to Tranmere Rovers on Saturday. Let’s see how the other teams are getting along in the Vanarama National League.
Third placed Wrexham have announced that they will be parting with their paid subscription service Wrexham PlayerHD and have launched their YouTube Channel.
This means that it’ll be free to view their content and they promised to bring regular content to their viewers, starting with the build-up to their trip to Dagenham & Redbridge on Saturday.
In other news, Woking Football Club will be hosting the Premier League International Cup fixture between Athletic Bilbao & Celtic on Wednesday 25th October.
The Group D match between the Under 23 sides kicks off at 7pm at The Laithwaite Community Stadium, with admission costing £5 for Adults and £1 for Under 16s.
Furthermore, Boreham Wood Football Club would like to wish its six England Colleges trialists good luck ahead of trials on Wednesday.
Cheyce Grant, Dan Creese, Alex Radu, Iliman Ndiaye, Sam Walsh and Archie Pepper have all been selected by the club to attend the England Colleges Phase One Trials.
The trials will take place at the South Gloucestershire & Stroud College tomorrow Wednesday, October 25.
Also, Hartlepool have announced that Jake Cassidy will be joining the commentary team on Pools PlayerHD alongside Mark Simpson.
The front man became a favourite at Prenton Park during three productive loan spells and finished as the Club’s top scorer in 2012/13 when he hit the net 11 times for Rovers.
Finally, we’re down to AFC Fylde where their Community Foundation have successfully launched a brand-new community initiative named Fylde Super 7’s.
The Foundation are touring around the Fylde Coast offering all Primary Schools the opportunity to visit Mill Farm during a home match day.
The day consists of each child receiving a ‘Golden Ticket’ which allows them to in turn receive a free AFC Fylde goodie bag including a home shirt, match day ticket, bobble hat and pen to remember their day.
The programme has now been running for a month and the most recent school to take part in the Super 7’s experience was Willows Primary School, Kirkham.
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