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Bogner Regis Town
Margate FC prepare to travel to West Sussex on Saturday 20th October taking on third place side Bogner Regis Town in the Bostik League.
One of the day’s hotly anticipated contests, it is set to be a tough trip for the visitors.
The hosts will be looking to bounce back from their first loss of the season on Tuesday evening, against The Gate’s local rivals, Folkestone Invicta.
The defeat ended an impressive run of back-to-back victories for The Rocks including a 2-1 win against League leaders Tonbridge Angels and 8-0 drubbing versus Burgess Hill Town.
Margate visit on the back of a hard-working display at Hartsdown Park last Saturday, when a Joe Taylor brace sealed victory against a previously unbeaten Enfield Town side.
Management duo Mike Sandmann and Steve Brown are still nursing a heavy injury list. Long term injuries rule out James Rogers, Alex Brown and Kane Haysman.
Jack Paxman will look to push for a start having recovered from a niggle, whilst striker Sid Sollis continues to serve a suspension and will be unavailable.
Looking ahead to the game, Sandmann relishes the prospect for his squad to show what they’re all about.
“We go to Bogner which is going to be a very tough place, we know what they’re all about.”
“It’s a tricky game but they’re the type of games if we want to be the right end of the table at the send of the season, we have to perform in and we look forward to it.”
Bognor Regis Town Football Club
Nyewood Lane, Bognor Regis, West Sussex
- Adults £12.00
- Senior Citizen (aged over 65) £10.00
- Under 18s (and students with ID) £5.00
- Adults £13.00
- Senior Citizen £11.00
There is limited parking within the ground for players, officials and disabled visitors.
There is ample on-street parking in Nyewood Lane and surrounding roads. There is also free parking available within the Bognor Sports Club, via it’s entrance in Hawthorn Road.
There is a turnstile giving access into the ground from this car park and you will also find a very attractive bar within the Sports Club which you are very welcome to use.
Friday, 19 October 2018
By Charlotte Richardson