WHEELS created the topic: North Ferriby United vs Witton Albion.
Witton begin a run of three away games on Saturday afternoon when they make the long trip up the M62 to North Ferriby United in an Evo-Stik Premier Division fixture. Chris Bolder's side are trying to adapt to life back in the Evo-Stik league following their relegation from the Vanarama League North at the end of last season. The campaign has been a testing one for them so far and they find themselves down in 20th position in the table after ten games. Their only league victory so far was back in August at the beginning of the season, surprisingly a comfortable 3-0 home success against current leaders and title-favourites South Shields. In the meantime, they have exited both the FA Cup and the Integro League Cup against lower-ranked opposition. The Villagers are always dangerous opponents and will provide Witton with a very difficult test as they try to climb the premier league table. Witton will go there in confident mood following their excellent performance and result last weekend against Spennymoor Town in the FA Cup and will look to push towards the top half. The two clubs haven't met for a while with each other's fortunes being so different in recent years. Kick off at The Chadwick Stadium is 3pm.
NORTH FERRIBY UNITED FC,
THE CHADWICK STADIUM,
Directions: From the West, get onto the Eastbound M62 and follow it to the end, it becomes the A63 about 12 miles from Hull. Keep heading on towards Hull. Look out for the turn off for Ferriby on the left. Go over the bridge and turn left. Follow this road past the Duke of Cumberland Pub. There is a crossroads just after the pub, you need to turn right down Church Road. Follow the road down past the Church, and you will quickly come upon a sign for the ground on your left, just before the overhead railway bridge. It is usually best to find somewhere to park on Church Road, as the car park down Grange Lane fills up fast. From the top of Grange Lane it is a short walk past the allotments to the ground. (Total Distance - 116.8 miles).
Parking: Car parking is available on Grange Lane's Playing Field Car Park. When full, space can be found on the adjoining streets around the ground. Please park with due consideration for our local residents. Limited disabled spaces are located on Grange Laine's Playing Field Car Park directly opposite the main entrance. These are available on a first come basis. For some games, additional car-parking arrangements are also available at the Primary School on Church Road. The £2 charge goes to school funds.
Admission Prices: Adults £10, Concessions: (OAP - Over 65/Students) £5, Under 16's £2, Under 12's - Admitted Free if accompanied by a paying adult. Please note: Proof of age may be requested for Concessionary admission prices.
Matchday Programme: £2.
Social Club: The Ferriby Sports Bar Opens at 12noon and is on the side of the ground and looks out onto the pitch.
Refreshments: The Tea Bar opens at 1.30pm serving hot snacks and a variety of hot & cold drinks. There is also a second Tea Bar at the far end of the main stand which is usually used for big games.
Travel Information: Please note: There is no Supporters Coach going to this fixture.
WHEELS replied the topic: North Ferriby United vs Witton Albion.
The bench appears much stronger now with the addition of the two new faces. Ferriby have struggled to adapt to the league so far particularly at home so I think this is a game that we really can win although it won't be easy.
Yates, Wilson, Noone, Booth & Williams possible outfield choices if that's what Carl decides to do. With the FA Cup next week, those additions could be timely as you can name upto seven substitutes for that game.