Witton make the long trip to Lincolnshire on Saturday afternoon when they travel to Grantham Town in an Evo-Stik Premier Division fixture. The Gingerbreads have had a very inconsistent season so far and are currently struggling at the lower end of the table. The two clubs only met three weeks ago at Wincham Park with Albion prevailing by the odd goal in a very tight game. Witton will be looking to continue their impressive form on the road, which has seen them win half of their away games so far whilst Grantham have been on a difficult run in recent weeks, losing four of their last six games. Witton's last visit saw them edge the Lincolnshire side by the odd goal in five whilst the reverse fixture at Wincham Park last season was drawn. Witton will be hoping to finish as high up the table as they can whilst Grantham are still not safe from the threat of relegation although they are in a stronger position than the the teams below them. Grantham always provide a difficult test and this game will be no different but the aims of both clubs at least for this season are different. Kick off at The South Kesteven Sports Stadium is 3pm.
GRANTHAM TOWN FC,
SOUTH KESTEVEN SPORT'S STADIUM,
Directions: M6/A500/A50/A52. From A52 Nottingham:
At first island by Muddle Go Nowhere pub turn right into Barrowby Gate. Follow road through housing estate to the end. At T junction turn right into Dysart Road. Almost immediately turn left into Trent Road. Ground is on the left. (Total Distance - 101.0 miles).
Parking: There is a large Car Park at the stadium. Any overflow is catered for by the adjacent leisure centre Car Park which is available on match days.
Admission Prices: Adults £10, Concessions £6, 15's - 18's £3, Under 15's - Admitted Free. No additional charge for seating in the main stand.
Matchday Programme: £2. Available on the turnstiles.
Social Club: The Bar & Function facilities are housed on the first floor of the main stand building. Entry is via stairs from the main foyer. There is also a lift available for people with mobility problems and wheelchair users. The bar is open throughout a matchday but there is no entry fron inside the ground until half time.
Refreshments: There is a hot food facility in the bar area open before the game and again at half time. In addition there is a mobile catering facility within the ground.