Looking to continue their 100% record in February, ‘Boro make the journey to the South Coast this Saturday as they visit lowly placed Whitehawk. (Skrill South League Fixture – Kick off 3pm)

There will be a 10am pitch inspection at Whitehawk tomorrow morning so please keep a close eye on the Official Website, our Social Media sites and the Fans Forum for any latest updates concerning the game taking place.

  • Not heading to the game? Don’t forget – the FA Cup Fifth Round tie between Sunderland and Southampton Live on BT Sport will be screened in the Club Bar from 12:45pm 

‘Boro Camp

Following a great start to February, ‘Boro lie in 15th place in the Skrill South with 30 points and find themselves 8 points off the relegation places.

A ‘Boro win on Saturday would see them rise to around 13th place depending on other results.

After losing winger Tyrone Berry to Cray Wanderers in mid-week, ‘Boro boss Spencer Day told gethampshire:

“It’s very unfortunate, Tyrone didn’t want to go and I didn’t want him to go, but with a baby on the way and Cray closer to his home he felt he had no choice. I totally get that and he goes with my full blessing.

“It’s a shame because Tyrone was settling back in really well, but it just goes to show where the club is it when Cray Wanderers, with all due respect to them, sitting ten points adrift of safety at the bottom of the league below us, can offer him four or five times more than we can. We just could not compete with them.”

Day is also on the verge of sealing a deal to bring back popular midfield ace Harry Lee on an initial month’s loan from Leyton Orient, and is hoping to include them in squad for Whitehawk on Saturday, where he will go head-to-head with club adversary and former manager, Steve King, who has been named the club’s new boss.

Opposition Camp

Whitehawk sit a dangerous two places above the relegation zone in 18th place. Of their 12 away fixtures so far this season, The Hawks have won 5; drawn 1 and lost 6. A win for Whitehawk could see climb one place to 17th, also depending on other results.

Former ‘Boro manager, Steve King, was named the club’s new boss on Monday, King took ‘Boro from the Southern Premier Division all the way to the 2010-11 Conference South play-off final.

One to watch: Danny Mills – 10 goals

The last time the two sides met was in the League, back in October, when ‘Boro secured a comfortable 2-0 win over The Hawks who ended the game with 10 men after Lewis Taylor was dismissed after 51 minutes for two bookable offences, Reece Connolly and Phil Page were the ‘Boro scorers on the day.

Important Info

Stadium Address: The Enclosed Ground, East Brighton, Brighton, Sussex, BN2 5TS.

Kick off at The Enclosed Ground is at 3pm and Admission Prices are:

  • Adult – £10
  • Concessions (OAP’s) – £5
  • Children (Under 16’s) – £5

Discount on gate prices for supporter club members.

FaST Supporters Coach

WHITEHAWK – Saturday 15th February – Leaves 12:15pm – Prices £11 FaST Members; £13 Non-Members; £6 Under 16s.

THIS COACH IS NOW CONFIRMED although a couple more bookings are needed for the cost to be covered.

Bookings can be made at dave.workman@tesco.net or on 07786 625773.


By Car – From A23, after passing Brighton boundary sign & twin pillars, take the A27 turning towards Lewes. Immediately after passing Sussex University, take the slip road to the B2123. Turn right at roundabout onto B2123 towards Falmer and Rottingdean. After 2 miles, turn right at traffic lights by Downs Hotel into Warren Road. After 1 mile, turn left at traffic lights into Wilson Avenue, crossing the racecourse. After 1.25 miles turn left at foot of the hill into East Brighton Park and follow the lane to the ground.

By Train – Nearest station: Brighton. Approximately 3 mile walk. Taxis can be found outside the station, and are likely to cost around £7.00. Walking directions: Upon leaving the station, take the Queens Road straight ahead and head towards the seafront. Turn left into North Road, right into Spring Gardens, left into Church Street, then right onto Old Steine/Pavilion Parade (A23). Then turn left into Edward Street. Follow this road; it becomes Eastern Street, for just over a mile – passing the Royal Sussex County Hospital on your left. Then turn left into Arundel Road which becomes Whitehawk Road, right at Henley Road and cross Wilson Road into East Brighton Park. Follow the road through the park towards East Brighton Golf Club and you’ll find the ground.

By Bus – Brighton & Hove services 1 and 1A operate from Churchill Square (5 mins walk from the station) service 7 operates from Brighton Station and stop in or very close to Whitehawk Road. Then follow directions above into Henley Road and beyond.

Parking – Please note there is restricted parking at the ground.

Skrill South Fixtures – Saturday 15th February 2014 (All kick off at 3pm)

Basingstoke Town vs Chelmsford City

Bishop’s Stortford P-P Hayes & Yeading United

Boreham Wood vs Eastbourne Borough

Dorchester Town vs Bromley

Dover Athletic vs Bath City

Ebbsfleet United vs Staines Town

Gosport Borough vs Weston-Super-Mare

Maidenhead United vs Concord Rangers

Sutton United vs Havant & Waterlooville

Tonbridge Angel’s vs Eastleigh

Whitehawk vs Farnborough

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