Witton travel north up the M6 on Tuesday evening as they take on Lancaster City in an Evo-Stik Premier Division fixture. The "Dolly Blues" have made a steady start to their campaign following their Division One North Championship success last season, where they pipped second-placed Farsley Celtic by one point. They currently find themselves in ninth place and have only suffered defeat once from their first ten league outings. Witton will be looking to get back on a winning run again following the surprise home defeat to Rushall Olympic on Saturday but, Giant Axe has always been a difficult place to go and Lancaster will be aiming to continue their unbeaten start in front of their own fans. A tough encounter can be expected. Kick off at Giant Axe Stadium is 7.45pm.
LANCASTER CITY FC,
GIANT AXE STADIUM,
Directions: Approaching from the South, Exit the M6 at junction 33 and follow the A6 into the centre of Lancaster. On entering the one-way system stay in the left hand lane and turn left at Waterstones bookshop. Continue along this road until you pass the railway station on the right, continue over the railway bridge then turn 1st right. Follow this road round a left hand bend, down the hill and Giant Axe is on the right hand side (about 100 yards).
Parking: Please note that match day parking remains free of charge for supporters attending matches. Car park charges apply to non-match times only.
Admission Prices: Adults £8, Concessions/OAP £6, Students £4, Juniors (10-16) £2, Under 10's Free (If accompanied by an adult).
Matchday Programme: £2.
Social Club: The Supporters Bar is next to the Main Stand.
Refreshments: Food is available from the Tea Bar next to the Supporters Bar.
Travel Information: There are a limited number of seats available on the Team Coach departing from The NetDec Stadium at 4pm. Cost: £10. Please contact: Graham Crouch for further details.
We should support our team if Micky Mouse and Donald Duck are playing for us! Wish I could make it but the Shingles are still a problem but I hope to be there on Saturday.
I have been retired for 8 years now and I can confirm two things; You cannot work out how you found time to go to work and it is wonderful to be TOTALLY in charge of your life, with the wife's permission of course. Read me in the Our Town magazine.
With Hopley, Jones and Devine doubtful and Hare on holiday its hard to predict the team let alone the outcome, lets just hope the lads selected play well have a bit of luck and come home with the 3 points that will do for Me UTA