Harborough Town v AFC Rushden & Diamonds – Saturday 29th March

Bowdens Park. Northampton Road, Market Harborough, Leics, LE16 9HF

Kick-Off 3pm

ChromaSport & Trophies United Counties League Premier Division

Saturday 29th March 2014

Harborough Town v AFC Rushden & Diamonds

AFC Rushden & Diamonds will make the trip into Leicestershire at the weekend when they visit Market Harborough to face Harborough Town. The two teams met in early October at the Dog & Duck, when the Diamonds recorded a 3-1 victory – report here.

Details of admission, parking and catering will be added when provided by the host club.

Our Opponents

Harborough Town Football Club was formed as Harborough Town Juniors FC at the start of the 1975/1976 season and has been based in its own facilities at Northampton Road since the early 1990’s. The club became an FA Charter Standard Club in 2004 and recently achieved FA Charter Standard Community Club status. After starting in the Northants Combination they joined the UCL in 2009, and won promotion to the Premier league in 2012. Ex-Cobbler Chris Carruthers played for the club, as did Martin Johnson who became more famous for his exploits with the oval ball.

The Bees play in yellow shirts and black shorts, and are managed by Gordon Kyle and Rob Dunion.

Further details about the club can be found on their website here. Their Twitter feed is here.

So far this season Harborough Town have had a difficult time in the league and are currently one place off the foot of the table. Last season they finished 19th having won promotion from Division One the previous season. Their victory last weekend gives them a good chance of avoiding the drop, as they have a good chance of overtaking Long Buckby who have only one game left to play. Robbie Maddox is at Bowdens Park after having a short spell with the Diamonds at the start of this season.

Getting There

Directions for the 22 mile trip from Wellingborough to Bowdens Park. Northampton Road, Market Harborough, Leics, LE16 9HF are here.

Those wishing to use public transport will find the the ground is around a mile from Market Harborough Rail Station. Alternatively the X7 bus from Northampton stops just outside the ground (Leisure Centre stop) running hourly at xx21 and taking 38 minutes (returning at 17:54).

Other Info

A summary set of profiles for the Diamonds Players and Management is here. Individual player profiles are here, with player and match stats available here.

Player and Match Sponsorship options are detailed in the Commercial Brochure as detailed here.

The fixture list is here, and latest fixture news is here, and specific match status information here,along with the next planned fixture for the various AFC Rushden & Diamonds teams. Don’t forget you can get a regular Diamonds news bulletin delivered to your inbox, including details of all the forthcoming fixtures by signing up to the Club Newsletter – you will see a sign-up box on the right-hand side of the site homepage – just under the EA Sports Logo.

For details of the history of AFC Rushden & Diamonds see here.

There are details on how to become a member of AFC R&D here, as well as news on Season Tickets, Multiple Game Tickets and related prices here.

The club depends upon volunteer support from its fanbase. If you would like to join the group who help either on matchdays or behind the scenes see here.

A full directory of UCL clubs, including links to websites, ground details (with a map pinpointing all the UCL grounds), along with club links including Twitter details plus some general UCL links is here.

The UCL Handbook, along with links to competition rules is here.

 

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