26/09/20 Review: Heather St John's vs Sporting Khalsa
Updated: Nov 21, 2020
Heather St John's 1-3 Sporting Khalsa (Midland Football League Premier Division) St John's Park
Hello folks, I'm back again and creeping towards the big 200 ever so slowly. At the moment, my efforts to get to a "biggy" to mark my two-hundredth seem likely to be limited to wherever the heck I can get to, so it's time to just embrace the fact that I can get to games at the moment and my short-term plan leads me towards following Sporting Khalsa's 2020/21 campaign after the depressing demise of my beloved Macclesfield Town. Since living in the Midlands, I've always had a soft spot for the Willenhall based club and when I first visited Noose Lane's Aspray Arena back in January 2016 I knew that it wouldn't be my only visit. Having made a second trip in November 2017, I'd say that so far I've been a lucky omen for the club after seeing 8-0 and 3-0 wins, as well as a couple of away day victories too, and after almost three years of not visiting the Aspray I made my triumphant return last Tuesday night to watch a brilliant 3-2 game against Racing Club Warwick, the club who I'd visited on my last outing.