James Norwood smashed in a 93rd-minute penalty as England C staged a late comeback for a fully deserved draw with Czech Republic Under-21s at Woking on Tuesday night, writes the Non League Paper's Matt Badock.
It was a fitting reward for Non-League’s Three Lions who controlled large parts of the game and against ten men for much of the second-half.
The success of last week's business networking event at Forest Green Rovers has prompted interest in the next installment, which will be brought forward early in the New Year.
Sponsored by Lister Communications, the event before last week's Nuneaton Town victory was thoroughly oversubscribed, with 27 local and regional businesses attending to network, meet Forest Green players, take a tour of the stadium, listen to a guest speaker and enjoy Rovers famous food - before taking in the football.
Forest Green Rovers new manager Ady Pennock and assistant-manager Dave Kevan will be holding a Fans Forum at The New Lawn on Thursday 28th November (7:45pm - 8:45pm).
After being appointed, Pennock said that he viewed the club and fans as one and the same, and wanted the club to be united from top to bottom.
It has been a month since Forest Green were last on the road at Grimsby in October, but Rovers return to their away travels this weekend with a visit to North Wales on the agenda.
Ady Pennock’s side will be hoping to carry on their excellent recent run of form, as Welsh side Wrexham play host at the historic Racecourse Ground.
Forest Green will again face fellow Skrill Premier rivals Dartford in a cup competition after drawing the Kent side away in the FA Trophy on Saturday 30th November.
Last season Rovers were pulled out of the hat first to host the Darts in the Final Qualifying Round of the FA Cup and after a 1-1 draw at The New Lawn needed a return fixture at Princes Park to seal the tie 4-1.
James Norwood was rewarded for his storming game against Lincoln City with a late call-up for England C's game against the Czech Republic tomorrow night.
The 23-year-old has returned to goal-scoring form, netting twice in superb style on Saturday, while also setting up Marcus Kelly's winner against Nuneaton Town on Tuesday.
New boss Ady Pennock will be hoping to lead his Forest Green side to another victory on Saturday as Lincoln City travel south to visit The New Lawn (3pm).
Tuesday night’s win over Nuneaton Town was Forest Green’s second on the bounce and Pennock will be desperate to continue this excellent start, despite only having a few days to prepare and get to know his new squad.
Nuneaton Town are the visitors this evening as fifteenth place Forest Green host the Conference Premier’s tenth place club at The New Lawn (7:45pm).
In what will be the second meeting between the two sides this season, Rovers will be looking to build on the unbeaten record they have against the Warwickshire outfit since they returned to the top tier of the non-league game.
Forest Green Rovers have appointed former-Stoke City first team coach Adrian Pennock as football manager.
Pennock replaces David Hockaday, who left his position by mutual consent on October 21.
Forest Green Rovers will be hosting a silent auction for the Poppy Appeal playing shirts at Tuesday night's game against Nuneaton Town at The New Lawn.
Leading housing and care provider, Sanctuary Housing, donated £600 to manufacture the playing shirts bearing the Poppy logo to raise funds for the Royal British Legion (RBL).
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