Mildenhall Tigers’ travel to Heathens for top of the table clash

17:19 20 August 2012

HEATHENS are back to full strength for Tuesday’s top of the table clash with rivals Mildenhall at Monmore Green (7.30).

The teams are level on points at the top of the National League and are widely predicted to meet again in the play-offs.

Skipper Adam Roynon returns to the Heathens side along with Ashley Morris and Tom Perry who all missed Sunday’s defeat at Mildenhall.

Heathens boss Will Pottinger said: “We were delighted to get Sunday’s meeting out of the way and it’s now time to focus on this, our biggest meeting of the season.

“We were badly depleted on Sunday but this is our opportunity to show what we can do with a full team. It should be a great meeting.

“And I believe whoever wins this meeting will go on and finish top of the league. Hopefully that will be us.”

A bumper crowd is expected for the showdown between two superb teams and whoever finishes top of the league will get first pick of opponents in the play-offs next month.

HEATHENS: Adam Roynon, Darryl Ritchings, Byron Bekker, Dan Greenwood, Ashley Morris, Tom Perry, James White Williams.

MILDENHALL: Gary Irving, Joe Jacobs, Stefan Nielsen, Daniel Halsey, Lewis Blackbird, Ryan Terry-Daley, Josh Bates.

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