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Wimborne slash prices for Non-League Day
WIMBORNE Town have slashed admission prices as they bid to celebrate Non-League Day in style.
Non-League Day has become an annual event as the grassroots game attempts to widen its appeal and attract new supporters.
With AFC Bournemouth out of action during the international break, Wimborne will be hoping to welcome some new faces through the turnstiles tomorrow.
The Magpies will be aiming to get their Southern Division One South & West promotion bid back on track when they entertain Cinderford Town (3pm). Tickets prices have been reduced to £5 for adults and £3 for OAPs, while the match is free entry for under-16s.
Meanwhile, boss Steve Cuss is sweating on the fitness of influential goalkeeper Jason Harvell and midfielder Jon Blake.
Dan Ackerman could deputise for Harvell, while Patrick Wilson and Daniel Burton-Hemmings have been drafted in to the squad.
- Bournemouth Poppies get a much-needed chance to revive their campaign when they visit Romsey Town in the FA Vase.
Poppies have endured a torrid start to the Wessex League season and are rooted to the foot of the Premier Division table following six successive defeats.
They will be hoping to stop the rot – and claim £600 in prize money – when they make the trip to Romsey in the first qualifying round.
Elsewhere in the prestigious knockout competition, Ringwood Town host Winterbourne United after the venue was switched. Ringwood have confirmed that an agreement between the clubs will see the match concluded tomorrow, with extra-time and penalties if required.
- Michael Cuffie will return to former club Lymington Town when Christchurch visit Lymo in the Wessex Premier.
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