Cheap as chips Cannons, mid-price Marketmen

3 months ago By Ian Townsend

Greenwich Borough and Needham Market slash admission costs for Saturday


Bostik Premier Division Needham Market and Bostik South playoff contenders Greenwich Borough have announced that they are slashing admission prices for their final* home matches of the season on Saturday.

Market, who take on Harrow Borough, have set admission at £5 for adults with all children going free, and are also holding the Supporters Player of the Year vote at the match, so home supporters should pick up their voting slips and remember to fill them in and return them!


Borough welcome Hastings United to the DGS Stadium, but they won't charge you a fiver. Three quid, we hear you say? No, not even three quid- the Cannons will charge only one shiny gold coin for entry; and that's not a dubloon, despite the town's maritime connections, it's just a pound! One measily pound to see whether Borough can score the three goals which will get them to one hundred, or whether the young Hastings side can get revenge for a 5-2 defeat at Pilot Field back in January.

Only a pound! (if you're too young to understand this reference, ask your parents. Or perhaps your grandparents!)

Only a pound! (if you're too young to understand this reference, ask your parents. Or perhaps your grandparents!)

For more information from the Marketmen, click here, whilst for news from Borough it's here.

*Borough may have another home game if, as expected, they qualify for the playoffs.


Where next?

Blues have one hand on the title- but Bowers slip up Billericay go four points clear, Swifts all but confirm their playoff place, whilst Cheshunt hit five- it's our Thursday night round up.
Hamlet leave it late- and now move on to 'Wacky Dress Saturday!' Dulwich close the gap on Billericay...with a visit to Folkestone to come

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