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Wealdstone announce a friendly against Bromley

PUBLISHED: 16:00 05 June 2018

Grosvenor Vale (Pic: Wealdstone FC)

Grosvenor Vale (Pic: Wealdstone FC)

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Wealdstone combine their meet the players day with friendly against Bromley on Saturday, July 28.

The Stones announced a further pre-season friendly to add to our warm up schedule for the 2018/19 Vanarama National League South campaign when Bromley FC will travel to Grosvenor Vale.

National League Bromley will provide a strong test for the new-look Stones, having had an excellent campaign in the higher division last term and reaching the final of the FA Trophy, narrowly missing out on penalties to Brackley Town at Wembley Stadium.

The club will be holding a meet the players day so that all fans and the local community can meet all the returning and many new playing staff and management team.

Bobby Wilkinson and his management team are inviting everyone to visit the club to watch an open training session between 12.30 and 2pm and then meet all the players before and after the match.

For more information visit www.wealdstone-fc.com.

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