Harpenden Town offering free entry to Wodson Park game in return for charity donation

Harpenden Town are hoping to attract more fans to their game this weekend

Harpenden Town are hoping to attract more fans to their game this weekend

First published in Sport

Harpenden Town have announced free entry to their match this Saturday in return for a donation to their chosen charity, Prostate Cancer UK.

The game on their Rothamsted Park pitch against Wodson Park marks National Non-League Day where clubs raise money for charity.

Town are hoping for a big attendance because international fixtures mean Premier League and Championship teams are not taking place on Saturday.

South Midlands Division One leaders Harpenden Town fought back from 2-0 down to win 3-2 at London Lions on Saturday.

The visitors found themselves facing a first defeat of the campaign until Nick Elliot pulled one back to give them hope. Stuart Henderson grabbed Harpenden’s equaliser before Lions goalkeeper Mario Cenolli was sent off for headbutting an opponent.

Tom Collin completed a memorable comeback for Harpenden.

 

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