Tonight's Birmingham Senior Cup fixture at HOME against Romulus has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.


Brackley Town (A)

Friday 18/09/2015

After two games without a victory, manger Bernard McNally will be hoping it is a case of third time lucky when the Pitmen head to Brackley Town on Saturday.

Brackley have endured a similar mixed start to the campaign, having gained nine points from their ten league matches played so far, something they will be looking to improve on as they aim to avoid the last day tension they suffered last time around when a victory over ourselves secured their place at this level for another season.

The indifferent start saw manager Jon Brady depart from his role last week with experienced defender Frank Sinclair being placed in temporary charge.

The Pitmen head south to take on a side containing a number of familiar faces with no less than four players having made the switch from Keys Park to Brackley over the summer, Dan Crane being joined by Richard Batchelor, Glenn Walker and Steve Diggin.

McNally is set to be able to call upon the services of everyone apart from Adam Thomas this weekend with Tom James having recovered from an injury which has kept him out of the last two league games.

The game, which kicks off at the usual time of 3.00pm, will see Hednesford wearing their home strip.

Ground Address
St James Park
Churchill Way
NN13 7EJ

The club have been advised that Brackley only have parking for between 80 and 100 cars with it costing £2 per car to park at the ground.

Any supporters arriving after 2.00pm are likely to find that the parking at the ground will be full with you being asked to avoid parking in the streets approaching the ground as, following residents’ complaints of illegal and inconsiderate parking around the ground, police have been issuing tickets to vehicles causing obstructions and parked illegally.

Alternative supporters’ parking can be found in the Town Centre, which has a three hour limit, by the Town Hall with a short five minute walk down past the Red Lion pub and down Old Brewery Walk or in Hinton Road being first left after passing the Tesco/Mercedes GP Roundabout as you enter Brackley off the A43 and pass the Fire Station.

Admission Prices
Adults – £12
Concessions (over 60’s and students) – £6
Under 18’s – £3
Under 16’s – £1


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