12:21am, Fri 26th Feb 2010
Dorchester Town v Woking
3pm on Saturday 27th February 2010
The Cards face a tough trip to Dorchester on Saturday, a side who haven't lost at home in the league since the beginning of November.
Woking will be without Harry Arter, who will be serving the last of his 2 match suspension for picking up 10 yellow cards. Influential midfielder Mark Ricketts is described as being 50-50 after he pulled up injured against Welling last Saturday.
Dorchester are in good form at home, going unbeaten for 8 games in the league.
Their recent results have been:
BSS 2nd Feb Dorchester 1 - 0 Thurrock
BSS 6th Feb Dorchester 0 - 0 Bromley
BSS 8th Feb Chelmsford City 1 - 0 Dorchester
BSS 13th Feb Welling United 1 - 1 Dorchester
BSS 20th Feb Dorchester 2 - 0 Bishop's Stortford
In the reverse fixture back in late November, the Cards came from behind to win 3-1, with goals from Moses Ademola, Harry Arter and Nathaniel Pinney. Pinney was impressive on his debut having come off the bench and Mark Ricketts performed admirably on the day in his defensive midfield role.
Ex Card, Ian Selley featured for Dorchester and despite the defeat he saw promising signs for the future from his team mates and felt the Cards superior fitness was the difference.
The Avenue Stadium,
Leaves 11.00am; Â£15 members, Â£20 non-members; phone the Club Shop today or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place.
At Junction 1, the M27 becomes the A31. After approx 25 miles you reach Bere Regis roundabout. Take the A35 Tolpuddle bypass to Dorchester. After dual carriageway section you come to Kingston Maurward roundabout, continue across along the A35. Turn right at next roundabout and right again into the Tesco complex.At the roundabout inside the complex turn right past the entrance to the petrol station and take the left hand fork into the stadium parking area.Terrace entrances are situated adjacent to this, whilst the bar and stand entrances are on the opposite side of the ground.
Direct trains leave Woking on the hour every hour to Dorchester South station, with a travelling time of 2 hours 4 minutes. Ticket prices are Â£39.10 for an Adult Off-Peak Day Return, with prices becoming cheaper when booked in a group.
Exit the platform through the ticket office, follow the station approach road to the end (next to the Station Public House). Take a left to the traffic lights. At the lights, continue straight across the railway bridge. The ground is about five minutes down the road on your left hand side, just after Tesco.
For the return journey trains leave at 5.13pm, 6.13pm and 7.13pm, taking 2 hours to get back to Woking station.
Dorchester are offering all Woking supporters the following package for the game on Saturday;
Brunch (Carvery Style)
Entrance to Game
Match Day Programme
For more details and to book your place please call Mark on 07538 096742.
Come on you Cards!
P.S. For those not able to make it to Dorchester, the Reserves are playing a league match at Kingfield against Corinthian-Casuals, weather permitting. See previous article for more details.