This weekend's special £5 football match against Crewe is also our #WomenAtCounty match and our Matchday Programme is all about the brilliant Women that volunteer, work and support the Exiles! As well as that, your regular favourite features like 'Today's the Day', 'Amber in the Attic' and 'Scouting Around' provide with you with a terrific read all for just £3.00!
We begin this matchday programme, as we begin every matchday programme, with a few words from the Manager Michael Flynn. This week the Gaffer speaks all about our opponents Crewe, our record going in to this match and how important the home games are as we go in to the business end of the season.
Newport County AFC were delighted to welcome organ donation charity Believe at the Wales National Velodrome last week. The entire squad and management staff learnt all about Organ Donation and the benefits it can have on people's lives.
Norman Parselle takes us through the Premier League Girls Programme as well as the FAW Trust Regional Investmant Plan and what it means for local girls all over Newport.
Find out all about the Match Sponsor's Mr Tom, Ball Sponsor's Hughes Forrest and latest information about County Lottery, Half Time Draw and Subscription Draw.
In this week's 'County Academy' section of the programme, Will Pritchard speaks all about forward Lewis Collins' late call up to the Wales U19's squad.
Thursday 8th March was #InternationalWomensDay, read all about all of the different #WomenAtCounty in this feature article!
Club Journalist, Ryan Robinson takes us through the 3-1 defeat at the hands of Lincoln City as well as elsewhere in the programme, talking us through the 2-0 loss to Colchester United.
The Club's Chief Scout tells us about his week and gives us a little insight to our visitors Crewe Alexandra as well as how wishing injured Captain Joss Labadie all of the best after news of his recent ACL injury.
In the ever-popular, Today's the Day article, Phil Tanner looks back at the 2-0 defeat to Lincoln City back in 2012.
Chris Shingler's Amber in the Attic takes us back to the 1972/73 season and a crucial encounter between County and Crewe.
Our Junior Exiles Pull Out are the most entertaining pages in the programme! Fun for all of the family, have a go at the games, quizzes and brain-teasers that make this pull out the brilliant fun it is known for!
Also, if you turn to the centre page you can decorate your wall with a A4 Poster of Josh Sheehan!
In the final pages of the Programme, we take an in-depth look at our visitors. From Club Legends, to played-for-both, through famous fans, recent results and a view from the fans' forum, Richard Taylor tells us all we need to know about our opponents.