Witton welcome Play Off - chasing Spalding United to The NetDec Stadium on Thursday night in another crucial Evo-Stik Division One South fixture. The original game being postponed earlier in the season due to the weather. The game has a lot riding on it as we approach the climax of the season, Witton requiring just a single point to be guaranteed the runners up spot. Spalding have fallen away in recent weeks and have seen a gap develop between themselves and the top two but should make the play offs and any positive result from this game will probably assure that. Witton also have the added incentive that a win will take them above long-time leaders Shaw Lane and the aim will be to try and stay there. With the top two meeting shortly, the psychological benefit of going top at this stage could be enormous but they still have to overcome the threat that The Tulips will surely pose and won't be thinking too far ahead. With only a handful of games left to play, things are getting interesting and a lot can still happen in this exciting season. Kick off at The NetDec Stadium is 7.45pm.
Parking: The Car Park is past the Social Club on the right.
Admission Prices: Adults £9, Concessions £6, Students £4, Under 15s (Admitted FREE with WAITC "Kids Go Free" Season Tickets).
Matchday Programme: £2.
The Social Club will be open from 6pm.
Social Club Access: Before the game, the Social Club is accessible by way of the main entrance ONLY. From half time onwards the Social Club is accessible from inside the stadium via a passageway within the main stand. Alcohol is permitted inside the stadium but MUST be in a plastic beaker.
Refreshments: Food is available from the Tea Bar inside the stadium.
Please note: As the Social Club is now a full-time food preparation area, dogs are not permitted inside the building - with the exception of assistance dogs (hearing & visually impaired).
6 games in 15 days, no easy task but we can do it.
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.