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Newark Flowserve have been praised for their programme on a popular Facebook page Your Football Page


By Connor Thompson


Lowfields, the home of Newark Flowserve, has become a popular destination to groundhoppers and non league football fans alike.

Flowserve ­— who are a new addition to non-league’s step-six ­— have the highest average attendance (214) in the East Midlands Counties League division, and have set the record for the highest match-day attendance (673) in their clash with leaders Selston.

The new football phenomenon of groundhopping sees fans visit as many differnent stadiums as possible and the clubs success has drawn in multiple groundhoppers, who share their experience online.

POSTPONED: Newark Flowserve’s chairman Gary Clarke (left) and Wayne Spindley stand on the frozen Lowfields pitch.
POSTPONED: Newark Flowserve’s chairman Gary Clarke (left) and Wayne Spindley stand on the frozen Lowfields pitch.

One of whom is Andrew Dearie, who shared his review of Lowfields programme on Your Football Page, a Facebook group with more than 4,500 likes.

He said: “The predominant club colour of orange is prominent throughout, including the cover where it’s the background to a silhouette of some of the town’s notable buildings.”

The 24-page programme contains notes from joint-manager Craig Roche and a blog from the club captain James Cullingworth among other content.

Flowserve return to action tomorrow, at Lowfields, after last weeks fixture was called off.



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