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March 22nd. Leighton Town at home.

 

On Saturday, The Rebels play a Southern League Division 1 Central game at home to Leighton Town. In the previous game between the teams back in November, Leighton Town were the winners by 1-0.

The game is played at Holloways Park, Beaconsfield, Sat Nav HP9 2SG. 3pm Kick Off and adult admission is just £8, Seniors & Students £4, and under 16's are £1.

 

February - A month of mixed fortunes.

Calor League review 25-1-14.

The weather still played havoc with the fixtures with only 33 of the scheduled 70 Southern League Division 1 Central games being played. Beaconsfield SYCOB, Chalfont St. Peter and Dunstable managed five outings, whilst AFC Hayes only kicked-off once.

There are still eight teams vying for the top five places with Slough Town picking up most points - Nine (from three matches); Seven points were collected by Barton Rovers and Rugby Town (both from 4 games) and Beaconsfield (from 5 games); Six points were added to the totals of Daventry and Kettering (both from two matches); while Royston and Dunstable only managed to gain 3 points each (both from three outings).

With so many teams still harbouring hopes of promotion, March is going to be a very exciting month, with two of the 'top' sides, Daventry and Kettering, both playing a potentially exhausting ten matches in just 29 days.

So far this season there have been 295 matches played with an average of 3.3 goals per game. At Slough Town, the average is 4 goals per game with the Rebels having amassed 39 goals in 15 outings. So why not visit Holloways Park where entertainment and quality football is guaranteed and cheer on The Rebels.

March Fixtures are scheduled against,

Egham Town (Tue, 4th),

St. Ives Town (Sat, 8th),

Leighton Town (Sat, 22nd),

and Royston Town (Sat 29th).

 

Entry £8 Adult, £4 Seniors/Concessions;  £1 under 16's.

 

For the businessman, a 'Match Ball Sponsorship' package is an effective way to both raise your company's profile and entertain a top supplier, or reward your staff with a match day out. The package costs just £80 and includes ground entry for two people, one reserved car parking space, a match day host service, boardroom hospitality, a 'Match Ball Sponsorship' souvenir and the company logo and name displayed on the match day programme cover.

For more details contact www.sloughtownfc.net/sponsorship-opportunities

COYR

 

Dave.

January was a wash-out.

Calor League review 25-1-14.
Adverse weather conditions dominated throughout the month when for many, the most excitement was whether (like it? ! ) the game would be ON or OFF ?

A total of only 27 matches were completed, by comparison there are 70 games scheduled to take place in February . Most clubs only managed to complete three of their scheduled fixtures. Chertsey managed to play four times, whereas poor Aylesbury did not have the chance to kick-off once all month, at least they did not drop any points!

At the month's end, Dunstable Town and Rugby Town are well ahead of the chasing pack with a total of seven other clubs still in the hunt for the remaining three play-off positions. Of these contenders, Beaconsfield SYCOB gained the most winning all three of their fixtures, whereas Barton Rovers only played one fixture, and lost.

Let us all hope that the weather will be kinder as we enter the latter stages of this potentially very exciting season. Entry £8 (adult); £4 (child).

Slough Town Home Fixtures for February 2014.

  4th Feb.    Aylesbury.
15th Feb.    Aylesbury United.
22nd Feb.   Dunstable Town.


Match ball sponsorship is a cost effective way for a company to raise its profile and entertain key guests or reward staff with a day out at Slough Town FC.

The package is for 2 people and is great value at just £80 (or £40 per guest). The benefits include:

- 1 reserved car parking space

- Matchday host service

- Boardroom hospitality

- A match ball sponsorship souvenir

- Your company name and logo on the programme cover.

For more details, Contact Slough Town via This Link.


David.

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