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Ainsworth: Make some noise again!

5 October 2012

Caretaker manager Gareth Ainsworth says Saturday’s Community Day game against Torquay United is one not to be missed by Wanderers fans.

As well as an important three points to battle for on the pitch, there is also plenty on offer off the field, and tickets are priced at just £5 for adults and £1 for juniors.

Pre-match activities start from midday and include a squad signing session between 12.45-1.15pm, fairground rides, inflatables, football skills sessions and much more.

He said: “It’s a Community Day so the fans will be coming down early and enjoying what the club have put on. The players will be amongst the fans before the game and we’re looking forward to it.

“As for the match, if the fans can get behind us again like they did on Tuesday, that would be fantastic and we will give it our all.

“Dobbo, Lee (Harrison) and I will be looking at Torquay and how we can get at them and hopefully everything will go well and Sunday will be a well-earned rest.

“Both teams will be on a high – we’ve got the result and performance we were desperate for and Torquay came back from a big deficit to turn their game around, so I think we’ll probably be looking at each other thinking is there anything left, but there will be.  “They let in three goals and we can get at them, but they scored four and we’ll have to be our best to stop them.

“We’ll be giving it our all and doing it right and hopefully we’ll work hard enough to make our own fortune and get the points.”

The entertainment continues after the final whistle with Ainsworth and local band Subrosa5 belting out a number of rock covers as part of the KenDarComm charity event. 

Kicking off at 7.30pm in the Vere Suite, there will also be comedy sets from Paul Moynihan and Darren Willis, a pub quiz and a raffle with fantastic prizes. A separate ticket from your match ticket will required for entry and are available for just £15. 

Ainsworth added: “It’s an action-packed day, but the priority is the getting the result. Don’t get me wrong, however, the fans are important before the game and the charity gig is important after. 

“Come down to Adams Park, it’s going to be a good day.” 

or by calling 01494 441118. onlineTickets for the game and KenDarComm can be booked 

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