Wimborne Town FC welcome Kings Langley to the Koolpak stadium this Saturday for the fifth annual Non League Day.
Having suffered yet more heartbreak late on after succumbing to Harry Baker’s 84th minute winner against Weymouth in a spirited performance last Saturday, Wimborne will be looking to climb out of the relegation places with a win against a Kings Langley side sitting in 18th place.
Whilst Wimborne will be looking to get the points to match their impressive performances of late and turn around a run of three successive defeats, tomorrow’s opponents find themselves in familiar territory, having struggled last season, winning just 8 of their 46 fixtures and finishing 21st in the league table. They recently had to battle hard as-well against fellow newly promoted and playoff champions Swindon Supermarine FC, though they have enjoyed 16 days respite since their 4-3 victory, after their fixture against Metropolitan Police was postponed.
Fresh from the news of Franklyn Clarke’s return to the club, Wimborne will hope to pick up just their second league win of the season before entertaining Frome Town FC on Tuesday night. Steve Conroy’s men were defeated by a goal to nil earlier this season against Frome, making the rewards even greater for the Magpies.
The Clubhouse here at Wimborne Town FC is the place to be this Saturday evening, as our Supporters Club are holding Race Night from 7:30pm. With horse races appearing on screen, all supporters and local residents are welcome to place their bets and enjoy the atmosphere.
Interested in becoming a Supporter’s Club member? Ask in the Clubhouse for Steve Rimmington or speak to Dawn at the club shop on matchdays. Alternatively, contact them via Twitter @wtfc_club
- Team news:
Jack Lovell remains out, awaiting a scan for his injury. Matty Oldring again makes the short flight down to be available for selection. Paddy Hester continues to be a long term absentee.