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Leaders heading to Vale Farm

Greensnet Editor
Mon 29 Mar 2010, 10:11

The first team have another tough test tomorrow evening when they entertain champions-elect Dartford at Vale Farm. The Kent side have led the table since the first Tuesday of the season, and despite a recent wobble in form remain 10 points clear at the top of the pile. The Darts need another 13 points to secure the title, and that is assuming that Wealdstone win the rest of their games.

They started the season with a 15 match unbeaten run, that was ended by AFC Hornchurch at the end of November. They didn't lose their second game until early February, but have lost five further games since then. Their most recent game saw them beat Hastings United 4-3 at Princes Park on Saturday, having suffered a disappointing 1-0 defeat at struggling Margate last Tuesday.

Meanwhile, the Greens will welcome back Dave Diedhiou following his suspension, but otherwise there are no new injury worries. Gary McCann will be looking to get the squad bouncing back from the defeat at Sutton on Saturday afternoon to further cement our place in midtable.

Kick off at Vale Farm tomorrow is at 7.45pm. Should there be any plans for a pitch inspection, we will update the website and messageboard accordingly.