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Half Price Entry For Burgess Hill FC's Crunch Game At Home To Dorking

19th March 2018 | By Peter Chapman

Burgess Hill Town Football Club are offering half-price entry to their Bostik League Premier Division fixture against Dorking Wanderers on Tuesday evening as they battle against the drop at the foot of the table.

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Tuesday's game is the second attempt at completing the fixture after it was abandoned back in January. Burgess Hill were leading 2-0 with 74 minutes played when Dorking winger Matt Briggs was knocked unconscious following a clash of heads with Hillians' defender Gary Elphick.

Had Burgess Hill been awarded the win, Ian Chapman's men would have been only three points from safety with three games in hand. They are currently six adrift with four games to play on the team directly above them.





Saturday's 2-1 home loss to Brightlingsea Regent was described by some fans as the coldest game this season. 211 hardy fans along with Mr BHU were in attendance.

Come & Support Your Local Team

It's vital for the Burgess Hill public to come out in force on Tuesday night to cheer the boys on. The club need the big game atmosphere like when Burgess Hill were riding high in their promotion winning season of 2014/15. You can make the difference and give the team a lift.

Ticket Prices
The reduced prices are £5 for adults, £3 for senior citizens, under 18s go free.

Kick-off is at 7:30pm.

You can find the Green Elephants Stadium at Leylands Park, Maple Drive, RH15 8DL.



Spread the word! It's half-price entry for Burgess Hill crucial league fixture against Dorking Wanderers

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