Blackheath’s run of five successive victories has seen them sit at the top of National League One for the last two weeks, albeit on the same number of points as near-rivals Old Elthamians, and tomorrow the Club head for Gloucestershire to take on Cinderford.
The Forest of Dean side won promotion back to Level Three last term after two years in National League Two South, and are themselves having good run, currently sitting in 7th position, but only five points adrift of top spot.
Cinderford have won three of their last four matches and their last outing saw them overturn a 26 point half-time deficit to emerge 38-31 winners at Caldy.
Kick off tomorrow at Dockham Road is 2 pm.
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