The Club does apologise for the inconvenience to players, officials and supporters of both sides for the situation we find ourselves in at home games at the moment. With the old Leisure Centre now demolished it means there’s a long walk to and from the new Leisure Centre for the changing rooms, toilets and refreshments which we know is far from ideal but it’s a situation that’s completely out of our control. We were expecting to be in our new facilities long before they closed the old building but the club has been let down badly.
During this period of upheaval, players and management changing rooms are in the new Leisure Centre but the entrance to the ground for spectators is at the end of the stand next to the Tesco garage.
Onto the football and on Saturday it’s Derby Day when the first team host Horsham YMCA in the Southern Combination Premier division, the visitor’s have had a really good season so far and will be hoping that continues with victory and 3 points to maintain their push for a 2nd place and hopes of promotion to the Bostik League. Kick Off 3.00
When the two sides met at Gorings Mead on the 29th December the game was won with a late wonder strike by George Cousins sending the Heath supporters home happy.
On the playing front Bradley Peters returns after his one match ban and Ryan Brackpool is back in the side after missing the Eastbourne game.
Whatever the outcome, enjoy the game and join the players, management and supporters in the Village Centre Social Club after the game for some beverages and a chance to watch Newcastle United take on Southampton live on BT Sports.
If you can’t make the game on Saturday, the Heath are home again on Tuesday in our last ever first team match here at the Leisure Centre. Kick Off 7.45.
Come on you Bears!