Rooks next up at Clarence Park
St Albans City v Lewes Saturday, August 22 – 3pm KO Where: Clarence Park Who: Lewes have had a difficult summer following their relegation from the Blue Square Premier last season. The club is continuing in negotiations with HM Revenue & Customs in an att
St Albans City v Lewes
Saturday, August 22 - 3pm KO
Where: Clarence Park
Who: Lewes have had a difficult summer following their relegation from the Blue Square Premier last season. The club is continuing in negotiations with HM Revenue & Customs in an attempt to avoid a winding-up order that has been hanging over the club for some time now.
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Manager Steve Ibbotson has managed to attract new players to the Dripping Pan with six new players arriving.
Striker Dan Beck has proved to be a good acquisition after netting twice in four games.
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Season so far: Beck scored on his debut as the Rooks drew 1-1 with Weymouth on the opening day.
Comical defending saw Lewes slip to a 3-0 defeat at Braintree Town but they recovered with a creditable 2-2 draw away at Newport County when Sam Crabb and Joe Keehan were on target.
Beck grabbed his second goal of the season as the Rooks drew 1-1 with Thurrock last time out.
Players: Adam Everitt starts his three-game suspension following his opening day dismissal at Dorchester but Solomon Shields and Paul Bastock are available with their suspensions not kicking-in until September 1.