Our matchday programme for the visit of Corby Town returns to its normal, packed-to-the-rafters self this Saturday, and still costs just £2.
The first thing you’ll notice when you pick up your copy is a cover facelift. Last season’s returning cover star Captain Cook will be replaced by Whitby Town’s all-time leading goalscorer Paul Pitman, celebrating the famous goal that sent Whitby Town to Wembley, nearly 20 years ago.
Your match day programme also features the old favourites. Steven Holliday returns with his recounts of days gone by in ‘Steven’s Stats’. This week’s edition recalls Whitby Town’s first ever game, way back in 1926.
Chairman Graham Manser also returns to talk about Ilkeston, the FA Cup, and the improvements to Turnbull Ground over the summer.
Chris Hardy casts a managerial eye over the opponents, as well as reflecting on last week’s draw against Sutton Coldfield Town.
We also start our home campaign with a new feature, known as ‘Blues Tunes’. This week, Whitby Town Radio commentator Andrew Snaith picks five songs that you can hear ahead of the 3PM kick-off.
Also in this week’s edition, we look back at Saturday’s draw in Eastwood, with Andrew Snaith providing a full match report from Town’s opening day stalemate.
You can pick up your copy of the Corby Town match day programme in the Whitby Town club shop for just £2, on Saturday afternoon.