Fixtures

PUBLISHED: 08:56 04 December 2006 | UPDATED: 10:17 24 May 2010

WESTON have re-arranged their match with Bishop's Stortford for Wednesday, December 13 (kick off 7.45pm), which will be their last home league game for 2006. Following their FA Trophy match with either Evesham or Hemel Hempstead on December 16, the club

WESTON have re-arranged their match with Bishop's Stortford for Wednesday, December 13 (kick off 7.45pm), which will be their last home league game for 2006. Following their FA Trophy match with either Evesham or Hemel Hempstead on December 16, the club face two tough away fixtures over the festive season, at second-placed Salisbury City (Boxing Day), followed by Newport County (December 30) before returning to the Woodspring Stadium with an attractive return fixture with Salisbury City on New Year's Day.

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