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Maidstone United vs. Wrexham


1. Lee Worgan ©
3. Tom Mills
4. Jamie Coyle
5. Kevin Lokko
8. Dan Sweeney
10. Jack Paxman
11. Alex Flisher
12. Jack Evans
14. Tom Murphy
16. Bobby-Joe Taylor
17. Ben Greenhalgh

6. James Rogers
18. Jack Richards
22. Reece Hall-Johnson
24. Liam Enver-Marum
25. Nathan Mavila


1. Shwan Jalal
4. Hamza Bencherif
6. Curtis Tilt
7. Anthony Barry
10. John Rooney
11. Sean Newton ©
12. Kai Edwards
13. Mark Carrington
14. Paul Rutherford
17. Callum Powell
18. Shaun Harrad

5. Martin Riley
20. Gerry McDonagh
23. Nortei Nortey
29. Tyler Harvey
34. Michael Bakare

Referee: Rob Whitton
Assistant Referees: Alex Guy and Stuart Cheek
Fourth Official: David Hutton

After a win and a defeat over the bank holiday weekend, the Stones return to the Gallagher Stadium on Saturday to play Wrexham.

The two sides last met in 2014 in the FA Cup second round. But back then, Maidstone United were a Ryman Premier Division club and the gulf in divisions showed as Wrexham ran out 3-1 winners and went on to face Premier League Stoke City in the third round. Since then, the Stones have won the Ryman Premier Division and went straight through the National League South as play-off winners whilst the Red Dragons finished in eleventh place in 2015 and eighth position last season in the National League.

Wrexham are now managed by Gary Mills and he has looked to freshen up the squad going into the 2016/17  campaign. The Red Dragons have got off to a reasonable start and their two defeats have come against Aldershot and Dagenham and Redbridge. Wrexham currently sit in tenth place with 11 points from seven matches whilst the Stones are just a point behind Saturday’s visitors.

Form guide

Maidstone United: L W W L L W
Wrexham: W L W D L W

Last result

Maidstone United: Won 1-0 vs. Boreham Wood
Wrexham: Won 2-1 vs. York City

  • Live text updates on this page from 15:00 on Saturday
  • Matchday updates from Maidstone United on Twitter (Follow @mufcmatchday)
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Other games in Vanarama National League

Aldershot vs. Tranmere Rovers
Barrow vs. Bromley
Chester vs. Forest Green Rovers
Dagenham & Redbridge vs. Boreham Wood
Eastleigh vs. North Ferriby United
Gateshead vs. Sutton United
Guiseley vs. Braintree Town
Macclesfield Town vs. Woking
Southport vs. Dover Athletic
Torquay United vs. Lincoln City
York City vs. Solihull Moors

Maidstone United vs. Wrexham
Vanarama National League
Saturday 3 September 2016
Kick off 15:00 (Gates open at 12:30)
Gallagher Stadium, James Whatman Way, Maidstone, ME14 1LQ

Admission for this pay on the day match

Adults £15.00
Concessions (65+/students) £12.00
Youth (11-16) £7.00
Juniors (under 11) £2.00

  • For the Wrexham fixture, there will be home and away sections. Home supporters will use turnstiles 3 to 6 and away fans will enter via turnstiles 8, situated at the North End of the Gallagher Stadium.

On the match day welcome desk (opp. turnstiles)

  • Double Chance tickets
  • Find out about fan club membership, matchball sponsorship, mascot packages, Wall of Fame and more
  • Match day programmes

Munch on matchdays

  • Stones Grill – hot food and drinks (Loucas End)
  • Stones Pie Hut – hot food and drinks (Loucas End)
  • Gemz and Magz – retro sweet shop (Loucas End)
  • Tea Bar – hot food and drinks (next to Henry Reeves & Co Stand)

Car parking

On first team matchdays, parking within the stadium is reserved. The nearest car parks are:

  • Maidstone Lions Charity Car Park: Staceys Street, Maidstone, ME14 1ST
  • Invicta House Pay and Display: Lower Boxley Road, Maidstone, ME14 2UY (Five minute walk)
  • Maidstone East Station Pay and Display: Off Week Street, Maidstone, ME14 1QN (Seven minute walk)
  • Fremlin Walk Shopping Centre: off Fairmeadow, Maidstone, ME14 1PS (Eight minute walk)

Motorists are advised that the surrounding streets have parking restrictions and only residents with permits can park there.

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