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United will be looking to keep their unbeaten record in all games this season going tomorrow when they entertain St Neots Town in a Southern League Premier Central Division game. Three wins and two draws from their five league games played sees United currently in fifth place in the table though they do have a game in hand on all five teams above them – that game in hand will take place at Bedworth on Tuesday evening.
St Neots have been regular opponents for United in five of the last six seasons, the exception being our one season sojurn in 2015/16 in South & West Division One. The Cambridgeshire side have had the better of the ten meetings, winning five to United’s three with two drawn.
It is early days but St Neots have not made the best of starts to this season, currently down in 17th place with just five points from their six league games played, their one win being a narrow 2-1 home success over bottom club Bedworth United. Nevertheless, they will be buoyed by their 2-1 home win over Bishops Stortford in the First Qualifying Round of the FA Cup last Saturday which they will be hoping will prove to be the catalyst for an upturn in their results.
This week has seen St Neots re-sign former Puritan striker Nabil Shariff. He is thus likely to be making his second visit of the season to the Banbury Plant Hire Community Stadium, having been here previously with Stratford Town on August Bank Holiday Monday.
Matchday Tickets (pay at turnstile)
£10 – Adult
£7 – Senior Citizens - 60+
£5 – Students (aged 19+, proof required).
£1 – 18 and under
Away supporters are advised to use OX16 5AB for their Sat-Nav as the club’s official postcode may well take you elsewhere!
Away supporters should also note that the road between Brackley and Banbury, the A422 is shut due to a weak bridge. There is a diversion but it will take longer or you might want to look at an alternative route.
It is free to sit in the stand
Hot Food available in the Clubhouse
Free parking at the ground
The old Chiltern Railway car park on Tramway Industrial Estate is available for use, free of charge. It would be very helpful to the club if local supporters who know their way around were able to use this facility
The Premier League game between Watford and Manchester United on BT Sport will be shown on the big screen in the Clubhouse after the game – so no need to dash off up town to watch it, you can watch it in the company of football fans in the Spencer Clubhouse!
Susan Duester will be at the game and as well as being happy to take any completed CBS Membership forms and membership money from supporters, deal with any membership queries please also see her to book a seat in the supporters section of the team coach to Bedworth on Tuesday.
The new look Club Shop will be open at the Town End of the ground. Why not pop in for a look around. And don't forget Keith Reading's programme shop also at that end of the ground - some great items in there!!
And why not have a go on the club’s matchday 50/50 draw. One big prize and this has been over £150 at recent games – you have to be in it to win it!!
Updated 17:26 - 14 Sep 2018 by . Webmaster