10 Nov 2017 in News
The Nash return to action this Saturday, as John Flanagan’s side host Southport at the Tameside Stadium.
Curzon head into the game on the back of a 2-1 away defeat to York City, as Joe Guest’s goal wasn’t enough to salvage a point.
Southport recorded a point last time out, drawing 2-2 to bottom of the table North Ferriby United last Saturday.
Despite two defeats in the last two for the Nash, their home form has been somewhat impressive with just two defeats in nine league games at the Tameside Stadium.
After a superb start to the season the visitors have also hit a slump in form with no wins in their last eight league games, after losing just once in their first eight.
It’s John Flanagan’s men who currently sit higher in the National League North table, with the Nash in 11th and Southport in 16th.
Curzon will be without second top goalscorer Max Leonard, as the front man left for fellow National League North club, A.F.C. Telford United in the week.
Saturday’s game sees the return of former Nash man, Dan Cockerline as he currently leads the line for the visitors after moving from Barrow at the beginning of the season.
Recent Form (all competitions)
Last Result: York
City 2-1 Curzon Ashton, Vanarama National League North.
Southport 2-2 North Ferriby, Vanarama National League North.
Ashton under Lyne
Adults - £12
Concession - £6
U16 - Free with junior season ticket or school voucher
Season ticket holders will need to produce their relevant match voucher in their season ticket books to gain access.
The turnstiles will open at approximately 1.30pm
Bars and Food
Access to the conference and events room is via the main stand.
The snack bar will serve hot food and non-alcoholic drinks before the match and at half time
The Nash bar will also be open
Match Programme and Merchandise
Match programmes are priced at £2.50 and are available to buy from sellers inside the ground.
The Nash shop is located inside the ground and will selling hats, scarves, badges as well as this season's home and away replica shirts.
Car Parking and Public Transport
Parking is very limited at the ground and supporters using the clubs car park should be aware of young children in the area.
Parking is also available at Ashton Moss, only a 5-10 minute walk from the stadium.
The nearest tram stop is Ashton Moss at the top of Richmond Street - a five minute walk from the stadium.
Please ensure that you respect our neighbours and community and that you avoid parking on Kendal Avenue.
Thank you for your co-operation