Hemel are now on a run of six games without a win, having opened the season with back to back wins. The Tudors will be keen to avoid matching a run of form of seven games without a win from the end of 2015/16 season; however nine points from eight games is still one point better than our start to the 2016/17 season. Last weekend Hemel lost 2-0 at Torquay United, failing to score for the fourth time this season; however we found the net three times in the last home game, a 3-5 defeat against Chelmsford, and having previously put four goals past Hungerford at Vauxhall Road The Tudors will be keen to use this Saturday's game to get back on track.
Billericay are still flying high in the Vanarama National South despite two defeats in their last three games and some well publicised drama off the field. The Blues were early season favourites to win our league championship having gained promotion as Isthmian League Champions last season and they'll present The Tudors with a tough challenge this weekend, as they look to bounce back from a 2-1 defeat at current league leaders Woking last Saturday.
We are expecting a large attendance for this game, so please arrive early to help ease congestion in the local residential streets and at the turnstile. There are likely to be queues in the moments leading up to kick off. Access is via Vauxhall Road only - there is a turnstile on the Tenzing Road side of the ground, however this will not be in use for this fixture.
Admission prices for 2018/19:
- Adult: £14
- Concessions: £9
- Under 18: £5 if unaccompanied by a paying adult
- Under 18: £1 if accompanied by a paying adult
- Under 10: FREE
Concessionary price is available for over 65's, students in full-time education and military personnel. Identification will be required. For concessions and Under 18s, the following forms of identifications are acceptable:
•EU National ID Card
•Current Full UK Driving Licence
•Student Identification Card (or ISIC)
•UK Armed Forces ID Card
•OAP Travel Pass
Programme is £2.50 and available inside the ground along with 50/50 raffle tickets.
Updated 09:59 - 5 Sep 2018 by Marc Willmore
There is a small car park at Vauxhall Road. It fills quickly; Vauxhall Road is a busy residential street and like the car park, the whole area fills up quick. Attempts should be made to park away from the area to ease congestion; if you do park locally then please do so with consideration and respect for our residential neighbours.