Enfield Town v Dulwich Hamlet: Tonight 27th Jan

For some the biggest draw of the season. The turnout’s going to be massive and the atmosphere electric has Dulwich Hamlet travel to bandit country north of the river to visit Enfield Town. If you’re going to go to one evening match this year i suggest you get down to this one.

Enfield Town v Dulwish 2013Enfield Town v Dulwich Hamlet
Tuesday 27th January
Kick off is at 7.45pm.
Entrance is a bargain £10 for Adults, £6 for concessions & 16-21 year olds and just £1 for under 16s.

Here’s what the Cold End fanzine has to say about the game:

A North v South london derby under the lights of Donkey Lane
What could be better than a North v South London derby between two good footballing sides played in front of two sets of passionate, noisy and vociferous supporter groups?

Enfield Town welcome Dulwich Hamlet to Donkey Lane on Tuesday evening in an eagerly anticipated Ryman Premier Division game.,

Hamlet are having another brilliant season under the guidance of highly respected manger Gavin Rose and his assistant Junior Kadi. The South Londoner side are currently in third place in the table having lost only their sixth league game of the season on Saturday when they went down 1-0 at Hampton and Richmond Borough.

Enfield Town come into the game on the back of arguably the best result since the club were formed in 2001. The 0-3 win at league leader’s Maidstone United in front of 2,202 people on Saturday will long be remembered by the Town fans who made the trip. The Cold End, being a Town fan, hasn’t been able to get to many games recently so I’m really looking forward to Tuesday evening. Town’s new signings of Claudio Vilcu and Bobby ‘Dazzler’ Devayne (three goals in two games) have already become firm favourites amongst the Town faithful.

It’s certainly an occasion to look forward. With Bradley Quinton’s impressive young squad and Dulwich’s record of player’s progressing it’s highly likely you’ll see a number of players who may be plying their trade for football league clubs in the near future. If the game is just 10% as good as last season’s game between the two sides at The Queen Elizabeth II Stadium it’ll be a feast of football.

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