FA Trophy tie moved to Tuesday 19th

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Our FA Trophy tie with Woking will now take place on Tuesday 19th January, kick-off 7:45pm

This therefore means our fixture with Sutton United scheduled for that date will now need to be rescheduled.

Woking are currently in a period of isolation following covid-19 cases amongst the Club. The new date will allow Woking to finish their isolation period and take part in the tie. Stream passes already purchased for this game will remain valid for the new date.

A new date for our clash with Sutton United in The Vanarama National League will be confirmed in due course.

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