Top two clash at Latimer Park on New Year's Day

THE MATCH SPONSOR IS: EUNICE EAVES Our next home league game is at Latimer Park on Monday 1st January 2018 against Kings Lynn Town. Kick-Off is at 3pm and gates open at 2pm. There is no segregation for this game. If you want to sponsor any future game at Latimer Park please contact Commercial Director, Martin Bellamy at: martin.bellamy@ketteringtownfc.com Admission prices are: Adults £10; Concessions £6; Under 16’s £1. Season ticket and pass holders should enter at turnstile 3. Programmes (£2.50) and Klondike tickets (£1) are on sale just inside the turnstiles with the Klondike draw made at half time. For those unable to get to the game, Poppies TV hope to broadcast. The link is: http://poppiestv.ketteringtownfc.com. Season ticket holders not registered will need to register before being able to log in free to the broadcast. The cost to non season ticket holders is £8. The Social Club is situated outside the ground and will be open throughout for sale of cold food and drinks. Any live televised games pre and post match will be shown in the clubhouse. Programmes and Klondike tickets are also sold in the clubhouse as is club merchandise and squares for the ‘Sort the Pitch’ fund. Hot food and hot drinks are available from the catering van inside the ground. Please do not sit in any seats with reserved stickers and there are plenty of unreserved seats at no extra cost. Car parking at the ground is limited and other parking is in streets in Burton Latimer. Please park sensibly and respect both parking restrictions and also the houses and drives of our neighbours close to the ground.

THE ALUMASC CAR PARK IS OPEN FOR OUR USE FOR THIS GAME. PLEASE PARK RESPONSIBLY,TAKING ADVICE FROM OUR STEWARDS, AND LEAVE THE CAR PARK IN A CLEAN AND TIDY STATE.

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The Linnets are now managed by Ian Culverhouse and are having a great season. Currently they are top of the table with 55 points from their 25 games. Their away record sees 8 wins and 2 draws in their 13 games to date. Last season the game at Latimer Park in December ended 1-1 and Kettering won the away game the previous August 2-1.The squad has been substantially improved since then with notably, Michael Gash, Ryan Hawkins and Simon Lappin __________________________________________________________________ Forthcoming fixtures: January: 5th: Basingstoke (away)- 3pm 9th: Tiverton Town (away)- 7.45pm 13h: KINGS LANGLEY (HOME)-3pm 20th:Merthyr Town (away)-3pm 27th: BIGGLESWADE TOWN (HOME)- 3pm February: 3rd: Royston Town (away)- 3pm 6th: AFC RUSHDEN AND DIAMONDS (HOME)- 7.45pm (NFA Hillier Cup) 10th: TIVERTON TOWN (HOME) – 3pm 13th: ROYSTON TOWN (HOME)- 7.45pm