Newport County AFC has a new look match day programme!
As well as all the favourites such as the player interview with Ben Catton, Colin Everett's A Game of Two Halves and Phil Tanner's Today's The Day, there're also some brand new features.
Amber from the Attic
Chris Shingler takes us through some classic old programmes relating to Saturday's match. He delves into the stories, the squad, and some fascinating titbits of information from the programmes and matches of yesterday.
Junior Exiles Pull Out
Skip straight to the middle pages for something the younger Exiles can enjoy. Challenge yourself with some player math, guess which player’s face is obscured by an emoji and spot the differences in some match action shots.
In the centre of the pull-out is a fantastic new poster created by Jay Northall which includes some quick-fire questions with the week’s “Poster Boy”. This week, we will be revealing defender Mickey Demetriou's favourite TV programme, drink and song. WARNING: Some answers will surprise you.
Club Reporter Ryan Robinson will take you through our recent games with his match reports with photos from Club Photographer Nicola Johns to help immerse you in the action.
Welcome Wycombe Wanderers
We will also be taking an in-depth look at the opposition with Richard Taylor. Get the low-down on Wycombe’s current form, manager, famous fans, legends, and current danger men.
We're very proud of our academy and we're looking forward to showcasing the fantastic work they're doing throughout the season. This week's programme will be include a match report of last weekend's match.
Ben Catton also looks forward to the club's next fixture in the league on the last page of the programme featuring stats, facts and previous meeting history. This issue will be looking forward to the visit of Cheltenham Town in our first Tuesday night game at Rodney Parade this season.
Each programme will also include Club News. In Saturday's programme, the Club will be using this page to remember young Kieran Sanges who passed away after losing his battle with cancer.
PLEASE NOTE : The selling of Match Day Programmes and Half Time Draw tickets will stop at 2.45pm on Saturday instead of 3.00pm, to allow all volunteer seller's to be inside the ground to enable them to join in the minutes applause in memory of Kieran.
Don’t miss out on Saturday’s Match Day Programme all for just £3.