Farnborough visit The Hillgrounds Stadium this afternoon for a tough game against 6th placed Kempston Rovers.
PLEASE NOTE: Todays game is subject to a 10am pitch inspection at The Hillgrounds Stadium.
Farnborough will be in a confident mood going into this weekends game at Kempston Rovers following a well-contested Derby win in midweek.
A Pat Cox brace against his former Club saw Boro’ win 2-1 at Fleet Town in what was The Yellows’ 22nd League win of the Season.
Speaking to Non League Pitchero after Tuesday’s win, Farnborough frontman, Pat Cox said: “It was a massive win after the disappointment of losing at home on Saturday.
“We needed a reaction and we got the job done. In terms of scoring my goals, was a great feeling especially the second one, I was quite chuffed with that.
“We are just going take one game at a time. Realistically it is Royston’s to lose but we will keep going and we want make sure we finish in second place so it means a home game in the playoffs which is important.
“It’s a great club with unbelievable support and I just want help anyway I can to get them moving in the right direction.”
Farnborough last time out (vs Fleet Town): Aaron Bufton (gk), Josh Huggins, John Oyenuga, CJ Fearn (Capt), Curtis Osano, Sam Pearce, Jordan Graham, Scott Donnelly, Pat Cox, Dennis Oli, Nic Ciardini; Perry Coles, Eddie Smith, Jack Barton, Keith Emmerson and Aiden Upward (gk).
Farnborough ended February with a morale-boosting win in a Hampshire derby
The Bedfordshire outfit are led by Joint-Managers, Jimmy Stoyles and Gary Flinn and currently occupy 6th place in the Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central with 53 points from 32 games.
Goals from Midfield duo, Ash Fuller and Luke Heneghan saw The Walnut Boys beat Aylesbury 0-2 last weekend.
The Bedfordshire outfit lost 2-3 Away to Farnborough in the earlier League meeting, despite two late goals from the recently departed Danny Watson and Sam Johnson.
Kempston Rovers last time out (vs Aylesbury United): Carl Knox (gk), Michael Lyon, Gary Ridgway, Grant Fryer, Seb Simpson, Ben Shepherd, George Boland, Robbie Goodman, Sam Johnson, Ash Fuller, Jamaine Ivy; Munishe Sundrie, Luke Heneghan and Jake Newman.
Kempston Rovers narrowly lost 2-3 at Farnborough in October last year
Saturday’s Referee is Hallam Cutmore (Peterborough) and his Assistants are Nicolae Manolescu (Peterborough) and Brian O’Sullivan (Peterborough).
Date: Saturday 4 March 2017
Kick Off: 3pm
Competition: Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central Fixture
Stadium Address: Kempston Rovers Football Club, Hillgrounds Stadium, Hillgrounds Road, Kempston, Bedfordshire, MK42 8SZ.
Admission prices for both Home and Away supporters are:
- Adult £8
- Concession (OAP’s/Students) £4
- Under 16’s £1.
- Match Day Programme £1
By Car: Kempston is located just off the A6 and A421, and only 10 miles from the M1 and A1. Parking is a plenty in the car park just outside the ground. The turning into the ground is just after Kempston Pool.
By Train: The nearest rail station is Bedford St Johns, which is a 30 minute walk from the ground. However, trains only run once an hour to this station from Bedford and Bletchley. It is recommended to get a train to Bedford, then catch the #1 bus to Kempston which is about a 5 minute journey, or 40 minute walk if you’re feeling fit.
The Ground has one covered side, which has the choice of seating or standing.
The Bar is located in this stand, and serves food and drink throughout the day. The Bar has a pool table and a fruit machine for visitors to play on.
Enjoy the game!
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