CHERRIES head to Craven Cottage tomorrow for their first Friday evening fixture at the venue since a memorable triumph more than six years ago.

Pushing hard for promotion, Cherries emerged 5-1 victors at struggling Fulham, for whom Scott Parker was captaining the side.

A stunning Steve Cook strike rounded off the win, with Brett Pitman and Matt Ritchie both bagging braces to send Cherries back top of the Championship.

And Parker, now in charge of Cherries knowing victory over his former employers would again lift the south coast club to the number one spot, recalled his part in that night.

"I remember it quite well," said Parker.

"I remember Steve Cook scoring a screamer, a top corner goal!

"I remember it being a very tough night for us. I don’t think I probably moved around too much because I was practically camped in my own half.

"There were some tough games against Bournemouth, certainly when I was with Fulham there was as well."

That night also saw Parker lining up in central midfield against brother-in-law Harry Arter.

Discussing conversation between the pair after that fixture, Parker said: "There’s always ribbing from Harry, always!

"He always got the better of me to be fair at that point in time. It was a good team and I often got ripped up then."