Swifts manager Jody Brown chats about Saturday’s FA Trophy draw at Hampton and Tuesday night’s replay at the Aspen Waite Arena, the departure of Sam Bantick, and Saturday’s Bostik North visit of Barking.
Hampton 1-1 Heybridge | FA Trophy, 1st Rnd | 16.12.17
SWIFTS manager Jody Brown hailed his players as their latest cup heroics secured an FA Trophy replay with a high-calibre Hampton side.
It took a stoppage time equaliser from teen sub striker Dylan Randall to save National League South title chasing Beavers on their own patch against a Heybridge side 60 places below them in the football pyramid.
Swifts resident 'drummer boy' under the spotlight
1. What is your name?
Joshua George Longman.
2. Do you have any nicknames?
Longzy or Ospina.
3. How old are you?
4. What is your job or school?
HEYBRIDGE manager Jody Brown says he has reluctantly made the decision to release Sam Bantick.
The ex-Brentwood and Sudbury winger (pictured) joined Swifts in the summer and has an excellent return of 18 goals so far this season.
Swifts chairman Gary White talks about the abandoned Haringey fixture, gives an update on a worrying knee injury for Kreshnic Krasniqi, chats about tomorrow night’s trip to Cheshunt and Saturday’s FA Trophy clash with Hampton, and explains why the club were happy to sign up to a new community-focussed fitness initiative in the new year.
SWIFTS have teamed up with Complete Physio & Fitness to help the Heybridge community get their 2018 off to the healthiest possible start.
Experts from the innovative Witham-based gym will hold indoor classes at the Scraley Road clubhouse for anyone who wants to detox, shape up and get fitter after the festive period as part of their successful Reboot programme.