Steve Jupp, BA11's Club Historian, previews this weekend's long journey down the peninsula.
The race for the title continues apace on Saturday as the Robins journey to the far end of Cornwall for a first ever visit to Trungle Parc, home of Southern League newcomers Mousehole AFC.
Another small piece of history will be created for it will be the furthest west they have ever travelled for a fixture with Land's End a mere half dozen miles down the road.
James Ollis' return to goalscoring form last week helped elevate them briefly to the top of the table only for Wimborne to snatch back pole position (on goal difference) with a Tuesday night win at Paulton and come five o'clock-ish on Saturday, any one of three sides could be leaders, it's that sort of campaign.
Top Four Pld Pts GD
1 Wimborne 21 43 +21
2 Frome 21 43 +16
3 Cribbs 20 42 +12
4 Bideford 20 37 +6
Back in October Mousehole, then the only unbeaten team in Division One South, visited Badgers Hill and gave a more than decent account of themselves, causing Frome to dig deep to secure a 1-0 win thanks to Zac Drew's first-half strike.
The Seagulls have since slipped to eleventh, having gone five games without a win but still boast one of the most potent attacks in the league, averaging over two goals per match and have suffered just two home defeats in the league all season.
Saturday away fixtures have become something of a rarity of late for Frome with the last being at Malvern as long as three months ago. A similar outcome would make for a very happy coach journey back to Dodge.
Match Details For those who plan on travelling to Trungle Parc, tickets can be purchased on the gate with adult entry priced at £10, concession entry at £5 and Under-16s entry is FREE with Under-12s needing an accompanying adult according to the latest information provided.
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