Parkway begin a run of three home fixtures at Bolitho

By Rob Kershaw

Parkway head back to Bolitho on Tuesday night as they seek a bounce back from the weekend defeat at the hands of Hayes and Yeading.

Despite a fighting display, the boys tasted a narrow 2-1 loss on the road on a day that they perhaps deserved a little more, but the more you push for an equaliser in this game, the more susceptible you are to getting hurt. That is simply one of the maddening yet fascinating characteristics of this game that Lee Hobbs’ men fell victim to last time out.

Nonetheless, there is still plenty of optimism as we begin to wind down the clock towards the end of the season, with two games left to play after this one – all at home.

We face a Winchester side in midweek who have won three of their last five, but they too come into this one off the back of a defeat. Hanwell Town visited the Simply health City Ground and put three past the Hampshire-based side.

Winchester have taken six wins away from home this season on their way to 16th in the league. They should be home and hosed now, with Harrow Borough, Yate and Hartley Wintney already relegated, and North Leigh imminently set to join them.


Ben Seymour’s goal in February was not enough to avoid a 2-1 defeat in Winchester. The reverse fixture last season would see Billy Palfrey score from the spot in the 90th minute after Mike Landricombe had been clearly dragged down in the box.


A trip of nearly three hours on the A34, A303 and A30 brings you into Exeter, before another half an hour down the A38 into Plymouth will lead you to Bolitho Park.

For information on club-arranged travel, please contact Winchester City via their official channels.


Temperatures will be in keeping with the last few days, but the rain should stay away.

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