Worcester City v Woking
3pm on Saturday 13th February 2010
The Cards travel to Worcester City tomorrow, knowing that a win will see them back in the play-off places after dropping out of them this week for the first time since October.
Nathaniel Pinney returns on loan from Crystal Palace and will be available for selection, no news yet as to whether Mark Ricketts has recovered from his swollen ankle.
After a very slow start to the season with only three points from their first seven games, City have picked up 16 of their 25 points since the start of November. They have had wins against Grays, Basingstoke and Weymouth. Striking pair, Marco Adaggio and Marc McGregor, have hit 15 goals between them so far this season. Their recent record reads:
18 Jan FAT Worcester 1 Carshalton 1
23 Jan BSS Worcester 3 Weymouth 1
26 Jan FAT Carshalton 0 Worcester 4
1 Feb FAT Worcester 0 - 1 Kidderminster Harriers
6 Feb BSS Havant & Waterlooville 3 - 2 Worcester
In the reverse fixture at Kingfield, on 15th August 2009, Woking recorded their first home win of the season thanks to a single Moses Ademola goal.
St Georgeâ€™s Lane
Tel 01905 23003
Leaves 10.30am; Â£17 members, Â£22 non-members; book at the Club Shop today or phone 01483 772470 during the week or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Leave the M5 at Junction 6 (Worcester North) and follow the signs for Worcester on the A449. At a roundabout, take the second turning towards Worcester. Stay on Ombersley Road for about a mile until you reach a T-junction and traffic lights. Turn right, and St. Georgeâ€™s Lane North is the third turning on the left between a tool hire shop and the In-Toto kitchen showrooms. You will see the floodlight pylons of the ground. Car parking is roadside only: best to carry on past the ground over the canal bridge and up Merrimans Hill road for parking.
From Worcester Foregate Street Station. Exit via the long flight of steps and turn right onto Foregate Street. Proceed along this road past the Shirehall, until you reach St George's Lane: you will see the floodlight pylons of the ground. Total distance is about one mile.
Come on, you Cards!
P.S. For those who can't make it to Worcester, the Reserves are playing at Kingfield tomorrow, see earlier news item.