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Seize the Days (and the Night)

YOU know what they say about good things coming in threes? Well...


Saturday, March 23 is a date to red-ring with a nice thick Sharpie on your calendar.


That is when we play our next Saturday home match, against Hanwell Town - a game in which points will be vital towards our Pitching In Southern League Premier Division survival.


It is also Non-League Day, the annual event that celebrates semi-professional and grassroots football in the UK.


To play our part in Non-League Day, we are inviting all season-ticket holders from any club – Premier League, Football League or Non-League – to come to the Ian Moorcroft Stadium ABSOLUTLEY FREE.


All supporters have to do is show their season-ticket on the gate and they will be welcomed to Ladysmead without parting with a penny. Simple, eh?


They are not the only ones who we are inviting to the Hanwell match for free.


As well as being Non-League Day, Saturday, March 23 is also Moors Youth FC Day, when players from Moors Youth FC will be our special guests as we celebrate junior football in our community.

Any Moors player coming to the game wearing an official club coat or tracksuit top will receive FREE ADMISSION to the match, as will an accompanying adult.


We are great supporters of youth football, and our relationship with clubs in our area benefits everyone, including the town and wider community.


Moors Youth FC Day embodies our commitment to being a club for the local community, immersed in the local community, and run by the local community.


Finally, after the match, we will be staging a Horse Race Night in the IMS function rooms, where you can be entertained and - who knows? - win some money.


As well as being able to have a cash-only punt on any or all of eight races, you will be able to sponsor a race and to buy your own horse.


Tickets for the Horse Race Night must be bought in advance and are available - for just £2.50 - from the club bar and from Twyford Copy and Print in Bampton Street.


Tapes go up at 7.30pm and the evening is restricted to Over 18s.


We make that one match, two Days and a Night all crammed into about eight hours.


Not bad, we reckon.

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