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TOPIC: Stafford Rangers vs Witton Albion.

Stafford Rangers vs Witton Albion. 7 months 3 weeks ago #1

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Witton are on the road again on Tuesday night when they travel to Stafford Rangers in a Northern Premier League fixture. Rangers are still seeking their first league win of the season and currently sit second bottom in the table although, their form at Marston Road isn't that bad, having drawn three out of four games at home. Away from home they have only picked up one point from a possible twelve. Witton go into the game with a fair amount of disappointment, having been held so late in the game at Bamber Bridge at the weekend when it looked as though they would come away with all three points. Stafford are looking to climb the table and will now be able to concentrate on the league for the time being, having exited the Emirates FA Challenge Cup at the weekend. They have a familiar face in charge at Marston Road in Alex Meechan, who had a brief spell at Wincham Park a few seasons ago. Witton will be hoping to improve their recent form which has seen them winless since beating Gainsborough Trinity at Wincham Park and they'll be going out to put that right in what will be another tough examination. Kick off at Marston Road is 7.45pm.

ST16 3UF.

Directions: Exit M6 at Junction 14. Follow A34 (Stone) on dual carriageway to the 2nd roundabout. Go straight across into Beaconside then take the third turning on the right onto Common Road. The stadium is 1 mile ahead. Brown tourist signs mark the route from the motorway to the stadium. (Total Distance - 41.4 miles).

Parking: There is limited official club parking in front of the ground, though plenty of adjoining street parking, particularly in the Industrial Estate opposite the ground.

Admission Prices: Adults £10, Concessions £7 (Over 65s/Students in Full-time Education/Armed Forces), Under 16's £2. Please note: All children under 12 years of age MUST be accompanied by an adult. There is also a £2 charge for transfer into the stand.

Matchday Programme: £2.

Social Club: The Social Club has three function rooms and also has Satellite TV installed.

Refreshments: The Tea Bar is inside the stadium near to the Main Stand.

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