Same again as club hope for another big turn-out

Given the success of having a bumper crowd for the Winchester City game last month, Banbury United officials have decided to follow suit on the next two home games.

Saturday, 19th March 2016, 8:26 am
Updated Saturday, 19th March 2016, 8:34 am
Banbury United manager Mike Ford will be hoping for a big backing at Spencer Stadium

Admission for today’s (Saturday) Evo-Stik Southern League clash with Shortwood United will be £5, as it will against Tiverton Town on Easter Saturday. Under 16s will be admitted free at both games.

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Press officer David Shadbolt said: “The Board were delighted with the response of the local community to the half price admission offer which was made for the recent game against Winchester City, with the crowd of 589 being the highest at the Spencer Stadium for almost six years.

“Therefore the club has decided to again cut the standard adult admission price from £10 to £5 for the next two home games against Shortwood United and Tiverton Town to encourage the town to turn out and get behind their team in their quest for promotion.”