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FOOTBALL: Spalding United reduce prices

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Spalding United have reduced prices for next season in the new-look Evo-Stik League East.

Matchday admission at the Sir Halley Stewart Field is going down to £8 for adults and £5 concessions.

The cost for supporters aged 12 to 16 remains at £2 and accompanied under-12s get in for free.

Season tickets for the Tulips are also reduced to £100 (adult), £70 (concession) and £30 (youth).

Order via secretary@spaldingunited.net – there are no early bird offers.

Meanwhile, Spalding will miss out on derby dates with Peterborough Sports and Yaxley after those clubs were switched into the Southern League.

Coming into the Evo-Stik East are AFC Mansfield and Brighouse Town.

Newcomers to the league also include Ossett United and Tadcaster Albion.

Northern League clubs Morpeth Town and Marske Town have been promoted with Pickering Town and Pontefract Colleries from the Northern Counties East League.

Spalding manager Chris Rawlinson said: “We’ve lost five of the top seven sides last season from the Evo-Stik South so there is a real chance to challenge for anyone who gets the recruitment right in the summer.”

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