Grays preview

Last updated : 18 January 2005 By Bm91
Grays Athletic v Barnet
18 Jan 2005, 7:45pm
It is thought that no first team players will start the game. but you never know.

This will be the last game suspended for Dwane Lee and Richard Graham who will be free to play against Exeter City this weekend. Exeter City have a less attractive tie tomorrow in the FA Cup 3rd round replay some northern team Manchester United some park team that get about 3 fans a week. I am not going to the game myself so i will be hoping someone else will be able to give me a match report.

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Prediction result:
Grays Athletic 3-0 Barnet
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Getting to us by car
From Junction 30 of the M25, take the A13 towards Southend. At the Grays exit follow the signs to the town centre. Upon entering the one-way system, keep left then continue up the hill for about 1/2 mile. Turn right into Bridge Road. The ground is on your right.Parking within the ground is very limited, but there is a small, free public car park opposite the main entrance. Grays train station is a seven minute walk away and there is a large multi-storey car park just six minutes away, near the station.
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Getting to us by train
Grays is on the London-Tilbury-Southend line, from Fenchurch Street. The
ground is about seven minutes' walk from the station.After coming out of Grays station, turn right, approx 800 yards, then turn right again into Clarence Road. You can enter the ground via Bradbourne Road on your right. Alternatively, for access to the bar, keep going along Clarence Road, turn right into Bridge Road, and the main entrance is on your right.
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For the 2004-5 season
Adults: £9
Juniors up to 16: £5
Senior Citizens: £5
Students (with valid student ID): £5
Children under 11 accompanied by an adult: £2
Matchday programmes: £1.50
There is no additional charge to sit in the stand