Ashford face two tough matches over the Bank Holiday weekend, starting with a visit on Saturday to AFC Dunstable.  The address of the ground is:  Creasey Park, Creasey Park Drive, Dunstable, LU6 1BB.  It is a journey of 45 miles each way using the M25 and the M1, although a few miles can be cut off the journey by leaving the M25 at Junction 20 and coming cross country.  Dunstable play in all royal blue.

In the League this season they started with an impressive 4-0 win at home to Fleet Town but then lost by the only goal of the game away to Kempston Rovers.  Last Saturday they went out of the FA Cup, surprisingly losing 0-2 to a Step 6 side, Potton United.

We have played pretty well this season so far, winning all our games and there is plenty of confidence around at the moment but tomorrow will possibly be the toughest test so far, with AFC Dunstable completing a double over us last season.

We managed to come through our banana skin match in the FA Cup against Wembley 3-0 and whilst the final scoreline might have been a little unfair upon our rivals, who played some good football at times, we never looked in real danger and our reward is a home tie against Corinthian-Casuals FC, from the Bostick League (South), to take place next Saturday.

Before that we entertain Egham Town on Monday afternoon in our closest derby, kick-off 3.00 p.m.  More to follow on that one on Sunday.

Our new Under-18 side lost their opening match away to Hampton on Thursday by 4 goals to 1. 

If you’re not travelling to Dunstable, BA now have a home match tomorrow against Indian Gymkhana, kick-off 3.00 p.m.