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WHEELS created the topic: Farsley Celtic vs Witton Albion.
Following their blank weekend due to the weather, Witton will look to get their chase for a Play off spot back on track on Thursday night when they travel to fellow play off challengers Farsley Celtic. The Yorkshire club have continued their impressive form in recent weeks and have opened up a decent gap on Witton but it is still within the capabilities of Albion to reduce it and give themselves a chance. Is it a must win game for Witton?, difficult to say at this stage but defeat would make things that much harder. Witton have proved already this season that they can compete against the top teams in the league so they won't be fazed by the challenge which faces them and will be looking to continue their good form on the road. Farsley always prove difficult opponents and this game will be no different. It could be a very interesting evening and there is still the return fixture to come. Kick off at Throstle Nest is 7.45pm.
Directions From M62 West: Leave at Junction 27 onto M621 towards Leeds. Leave M621 at Junction 1 and take the ring road at the first exit towards Pudsey. Follow the road for approximately 4 miles until reaching the B6157 towards Leeds (and signposted to Farsley AFC). Follow the road until you reach New Street (the junction cornered by Go Outdoors) turn left. Newlands is approximately 300 yards on the right (again signposted). Throstle Nest is situated at the end of Newlands.
Parking: There is a large car park located at the main entrance of the ground. Car parking is free to all supporters on match days.
Admission Prices: Adults: £8, Concessions £5, Under 16's £1 (if accompanied by a paying adult).
Admission to Throstle Nest is by cash payment at the turnstiles only which can be located at the main entrance to the ground adjacent to the club Car Park. Turnstiles are open one hour prior to kick-off.
Matchday Programme: £2.
Social Club: The club bar is open from 12noon on a Saturday and from 6pm for a midweek match. The bar remains open throughout and after the match. There is a large selection of non-alcoholic and alcoholic options including hand pulled real ale. Customers are permitted to take their drinks into the stadium but they MUST be in a plastic beaker.
Refreshments: The food kiosk is open on matchdays and provides a variety of hot and cold snacks and drinks. The kiosk is located next to the main entrance and is open 45 minutes prior to kick off and continues to serve until shortly after the half time interval.