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[Archived] So what are you doing on Saturday afternoon?

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Well done, England for boosting the viewing figures for 'Children In Need' with a stunning performance against Chile.

With no Premier or Championship League matches tomorrow, what does a local football fan do for entertainment on Saturday afternoon?

The best local non-league action is likely to be at Chorley's Victory Park where the Magpies take on Matlock Town in the FA Trophy.The winners will progress to the First Round proper and could secure a tie with a Conference 'giant' such as Grimsby Town, Stockport County or Macclesfield Town.

With no Premier or Championship games due to international friendlies, a bumper crowd is expected. Despite beating Matlock 3-1 last week, they will not be push-overs, so expect a feisty, lively contest and enjoy a nippy November Saturday afternoon on the terraces - remember those, some people might call it REAL football. Happy days!

Lots of special activities for kids - penalty shoot-out, FREE hot-dog for first 150 kids, even Pudsey Bear will be putting in an appearance! And for mums and dads - first 150 pints of Carlsberg sold in the social club, only £1.50 each!!

MATLOCK TOWN - Saturday November 16th, 3pm kick-off
£9 - Adults
£5 - Concessions
Students & Young Adults 16-21 *
Emergency Services *
£3 - Kids 8 – 15
FREE - Children aged 7 & Under

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Had a very warm afternoon watching William Gallas make his debut for Perth Glory. Came on around the 60th minute when the temperature had dropped to around 30 and looked completely knackered by full time, luckily for him the home night games start soon.

Still looks in decent shape for a 36? year old

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