Parkway return home looking to extend unbeaten run

By Rob Kershaw

Two consecutive and mightily impressive wins on the road lead us back to Bolitho this weekend, which will hopefully see a continuation of our fine form or late.

A strike by Callum Hall at Salisbury, followed by a thrilling late winner by Jack Crago against Merthyr have secured six points in the last two, so the chance beckons to get three wins in a row for the second time in the 2022-23 campaign.

We come up against Hartley Wintney, who sit 21st in the division heading into their 30th game of the season.

Things for our opponents have not quite taken off this campaign, evidenced by their 20 defeats in the Premier South, so barring an exceptional upturn in form, the dreaded drop is a real possibility.

Two of their six wins have come away from home, but as is always said about this league, never trust the form tables.

Anything can befall any side no matter their recent success or otherwise – that unpredictability is epitomised by the breath-taking draw between these two sides in September.

We have taken five wins at home in the Southern League Premier South thus far, so let’s go and make it six this weekend!

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Past Meetings

As touched on, we drew 4-4 with this weekend’s opponents earlier in the season – Ryan Lane, Billy Palfrey, Ben Seymour and Crago all getting on the scoresheet that day.


If you’re coming down from Hampshire on Saturday, you’re looking at a journey of just over three hours, taking the M3 down towards the A303 and the A30.

That brings you onto the A38, and the road to Bolitho. For information on club-arranged travel, please contact Hartley Wintney FC through their official channels.


Cloud cover will help the temperatures up a little, but there will still be a chill in the air. No rain is expected on Saturday.

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