Woodford Town have the chance to finish the most bizarre of seasons with some silverware at Oakfield (home of Redbridge FC) next Saturday.
A midday kick off sees Woods taking on Hoddesdon Town in the Len Cordell Memorial Plate Final, the final of which they qualified in some style after a Ten goal demolition of Isthmian league opponents Great Wakering Rovers.
Woodford’s new look squad have shown promising signs of improvement from their league campaign which saw them languishing at the wrong end of the season before Lockdown curtailed the action. The resumption has seen victories against Great Wakering and newly promoted Buckhurst Hill, as well as a battling 1-1 draw with a youthful Cheshunt outfit much to the delight of Joint Manager Dee Safer. Safer said ‘Julian (Charles) and myself have freshened the team up and we’re optimistic about the future starting with this Saturday’ he added ‘It’s a nice bonus to find ourselves unexpectedly in a Final but with our fabulous support it could be one hell of an occasion and we’re definitely in it to win it’