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Tony Rickson previews Sittingbourne v Walton Casuals Tuesday 13th March

Sittingbourne come back down to earth for Tuesday night’s rearranged home match with promotion-seeking Walton Casuals.
The Brickies spent a long Saturday flying to Guernsey and back – and without much success as they went down 3-0.
Walton, meanwhile, were having a day off as their scheduled match away to Shoreham was postponed.
So they were last in action a week ago when they drew 2-2 at home against the same opponents, Guernsey.
Sittingbourne have yet to win a game under new interim manager Aslan Odev and have struggled for results all this year.
In fact, the last time they played Walton Casuals was something of a turning point, as after a good run they lost 3-0 at the club’s spanking
new ground back in December.
That match was much closer than the final score suggests as Sittingbourne went very close to equalising when 1-0 down and then
conceded two late goals as they pressed forward.
The last time Walton Casuals visited Sittingbourne was just over a year ago, also in midweek, and an exciting match ended in a 3-2 home win.
Anthony O’Connor, Ricky Gundry and Jono Richardson got the goals that night.



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