Whoop, whoop, it's the sound of the Police
By Rob Kershaw
In a remarkable turn of events, Ben Seymour’s late penalty at Bolitho on Saturday saw us take all three points.
It had been a tight, tough encounter with Swindon Supermarine, but they were taken down in the Plymouth rain at the weekend, while Lee Hobbs’ men rose to 11th in the table.
With safety so nearly secure, it is time to try and put the final few pieces together on what has turned into a splendid season in yellow.
That brings us onto Tuesday night, and the latest in our thick and fast fixtures pits us against the Met Police.
They come into their 33rd game of the season having won just one of their last six, while our victory on Saturday was our second on the trot.
We have scored two or more in all our last four home games, and we have scored just two less than this week’s opponents. Goals are expected.
We faced the Met Police in January after our initial meeting was called off, and we fell to a 1-0 defeat.
If you’re travelling down from Surrey on Tuesday, your quickest route will be the M3 onto the A303 and the A30, heading down past Exeter and onto the A38.
For information on club-arranged travel, please contact the Met Police via their official channels.
It will still feel Baltic on Tuesday evening, but there is little chance of rain!