It’s Non League Day 2015 this Saturday, as 3rd place Dulwich Hamlet are in town in the Ryman League Premier Division, kick off at The Rushmoor Community Stadium is at 3pm.
Spencer Day’s side head into Saturday’s encounter in 22nd place with six points, but are still playing catch up with a number of games in hand on the teams around them.
Last time out in the Ryman League Premier Division, the Yellows went down 2-0 at 2nd placed Tonbridge Angels courtesy of a goal from Luke Blewden in each half.
On Monday evening, a Bobbie Dale brace and a second half goal from Lewis Collins was enough to see Farnborough make it into the Second Round of the Ryman League Cup, with a 3-2 Home victory over Lewes.
Speaking to GetHampshire after Monday’s Ryman League Cup victory, Manager Spencer Day admitted: “We made ridiculously hard work of it. We missed chance after chance in the first half, it could have been six or seven at half time.
“Second half we did not do enough to match their enthusiasm and twice let them back into it. It was probably the most one-sided 3-2 you will see but it could have so easily gone to penalties in the end.”
The Club can also confirm the departure of striker Lhereux Menga this week, and all at Farnborough FC wish him well for the future.
Farnborough from: Joe Tupper (gk), Marc Ethelston, Chinua Cole, Perry Ryan, Tom Broadbent, CJ Fearn (Capt), Lewis Collins, Matt Bevans, Bobbie Dale, Harry Williams, Tommy Wright, Nathan Chambers, Jack Barton, Martin Dynan, Dean Joseph-Whittingham, Ed Sanders and Shaun Sims.
Promotion favourites Dulwich Hamlet currently sit in 3rd place ahead of Saturday’s Ryman League Premier Division clash.
Lead by Gavin Rose, who is now Dulwich Hamlet’s longest serving Manager, Saturday’s visitors have accumulated 24 points from 13 games and have scored 24 times so far this Season.
Last time out in the Ryman League Premier Division, The Hamlet comfortably dispatched of VCD Athletic with a 5-2 Home victory. A brace from striker Jacob Erskine and goals from, Mitchell Nelson, Rhys Murrell-Williamson and Josh Fernandes saw off the Ryman League Premier Division’s bottom side, infront of a bumper crowd of 1,961.
Dulwich Hamlet were also in Ryman League Cup action on Tuesday evening, with Ashley Carew’s last minute Penalty sending Gavin Rose’s side into the 2nd Round of the competition in a 2-1 Home victory over Staines Town.
The Pink ‘n’ Blues top scorer is Ashley Carew who currently has 8 goals to his name.
Saturday’s visitors strengthened their Sqaud this week, with the signing of midfielder Daniel Sweeney from Ryman League Premier Division rivals, Kingstonian.
Dulwich Hamlet from: Phil Wilson (gk), Mitchell Nelson, Jordan Brown, Danny Waldren (Capt), Osei Sankofa, Ethan Pinnock, Jordan Hibbert, Ashley Carew, Jacob Erskine, Damian Scannell, Rhys Murrell-Williamson, Daniel Sweeney, Josh Fernandes, Matt Drage, Calum Willock and Jamie Mascoll.
Farnborough won 2-1 at Dulwich Hamlet in a Friendly last November
Saturday’s Referee is Lee Forrester and his Assistants are Sunny (Sukhvir) Gill and Luis Nunes.
Date: Saturday 10 October 2015
Kick Off: 3pm
Competition: Ryman Premier League Division Fixture
Stadium Address: Farnborough Football Club, The Rushmoor Community Stadium, Cherrywood Road, Farnborough, Hampshire, GU14 8UD.
Admission prices for both home and away supporters are:
- Adult £12
- Concession £8
- Under 16s £3
- Under 6s FREE.
- Car Park £2
- Match Day Programme (Boro View) £2
Please invite your family and friends along!
- Farneys Cafe will be open for business, and the Cherrywood Bar will be open from noon.
- The Club Shop will open from 1pm, also now selling sweets, drinks and Match Day Programmes, so make sure you come along to grabs some bargains!
- The Club are pleased to welcome Rushmoor Youth FC and Grange Infant School as guests for the day.
- Join the Facebook Event here!
New to The Rushmoor Community Stadium? Find out more ahead of your visit to Cherrywood Road by reading here.
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