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Malvern Town vs. Frome Town: Preview and Ticket Info

Steve Jupp, BA11's Club Historian, looks ahead to this weekend's trip as the Robins face off against the Hillsiders.

The Robins return to the bread and butter of league action on Saturday as they travel north for a first ever fixture against Malvern Town.

Weather worries shouldn't be an issue as the Langland Stadium boasts a 3G pitch and Danny Greaves' side will be hoping for a similar outcome the last time they performed on plastic with that ultimately comprehensive victory at Bishops Cleeve one month ago.

One aspect of his side's away form that Danny Greaves will be looking to improve is conceding fewer goals. While Badgers Hill his become quite the fortress, in nine trips this current campaign, they have shipped two or more on six occasions. Five wins out of nine on the road is decent enough and as an attacking force, if they can maintain their impressive away average of three goals per game, fans will not want for entertainment.

Promoted from the Hellenic League last term via an inter-step play-off victory over Highworth Town, Malvern are not complete newcomers to Southern League circles having competed in the old Midland Division One from 2006-09.

Currently in 17th place, the Hillsiders recently ended an eight-match winless run with a 3-1 triumph at Exmouth and followed that up last week by drawing at Bishops Cleeve.

Away games in this picturesque corner of Worcestershire don't come around that often and with the Supporters Club running a coach, there should be a good following and a new ground for the BA11 faithful to tick off.


Match Details For those who plan on travelling to the game at the Langland Stadium, admission can be purchased at the following prices: Adult - £10; Concessions (over 60s and students)- £6; U16s (with a paying adult) - £1; according to the latest information provided on Malvern Town's website.


Don't miss the chance to book tickets for our upcoming home fixtures!

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Gerry Urch
Gerry Urch
Nov 02, 2023

This is a lovely story regarding our up and coming Worthing FA Trophy Cup Tie. I am sure you can all relate to this.


FA Cup: Worthing owner George Dowell due to become a dad on first round weekend

By Neil Johnston BBC Sport

Last updated on11 hours ago11 hours ago.From the section FA Cup

George Dowell played for Worthing under-18s before a car crash left him paralysed from the chest down George Dowell has a decision to make on FA Cup first-round weekend. The owner of Worthing is due to become a father on the day the non-league club make a first appearance at this stage of the competition since 1999. Does he stay behind in Sussex to be at…

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