Romford back in league action at Mildenhall

PUBLISHED: 12:00 16 November 2018

Roddy Lemba will want to get among the goals for Romford at Mildenhall Town on Saturday (pic: Gavin Ellis/TGS Photo)

Roddy Lemba will want to get among the goals for Romford at Mildenhall Town on Saturday (pic: Gavin Ellis/TGS Photo)

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Boro were without a competitive game last Saturday, instead taking on landlords East Thurrock United in a friendly

Romford return to action in the Bostik North on Saturday with a trip to Mildenhall Town.

Boro were without a league match last weekend, with a host of their divisional rivals in action in the second qualifying round of the FA Trophy.

Paul Martin’s men did not take a break entirely, though, as an XI took on Rookery Hill landlords East Thurrock United in a friendly.

That game will have kept both Romford and the Rocks ticking over ahead of a busy run for both sides.

Boro will hope this weekend sees them trouble the scorers, having been unable to net a single goal in each of their last three league fixtures.

However, with striker Roddy Lemba continuing his return to full fitness, boss Martin will hope the former Barkingside man can get among the goals on Saturday.

Romford are also in action on Tuesday when they visit divisional rivals Bowers & Pitsea in the fourth round of the Essex Senior Cup.

It looks set to be an important week for Martin’s men in both league and cup as they look for a pair of triumphs.


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