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Hackney Wick hoping for better fortunes against Enfield

PUBLISHED: 10:00 02 March 2018

Hackney Wick owner and chairman Bobby Kasanga looks on from the touchline (pic: Hackney Wick FC).

Hackney Wick owner and chairman Bobby Kasanga looks on from the touchline (pic: Hackney Wick FC).

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Hackney Wick are set to travel to Enfield as they look to try clawing back some points and get themselves off the foot of the Essex Senior League table this weekend.

Wick are expected to go to the Harlow Arena on Saturday (3pm) depending on the snowy conditions across the country.

Bobby Kassanga’s men currently sit bottom of the table and are 10 points behind Wadham Lodge their nearest rivals.

The east London-based club will be hoping they can get the game played after being out of action for more than a week since their last match against Southend Manor was abandoned at The Old Spotted Dog.

The match was called off after just four minutes when visiting player Ellis Skidmore suffered a serious looking leg injury.

Skidmore has since undergone surgery and is now starting his recovery with no tendon damage.

Hackney have 11 games left and look set for relegation.


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