AFC TOTTON have some special enticements on offer for Saturday’s final game of the Southern One South & West campaign.
It's a 'Kids Go Free' day for the visit of fifth-placed Evesham United and, with Saints without a fixture this weekend, it will be £5 admission for St Mary’s season-ticket holders.
On a busy afternoon at the Testwood Stadium, the player-of-the-season award will be presented just before kick-off.
Then, after the game, fans can go into the clubhouse for a second football fix - the FA Cup semi-final between Chelsea and Spurs.
Louis Langdown’s young Totton side had a perfect Easter, banking six points out of six.
After putting four past Bishop’s Cleeve, they emerged 1-0 winners at Winchester City thanks to a stroke of brilliance from player/assistant manager Adam Wilde.
With voting for The Stags Voice goal-of-the-season already closed, Wilde’s audacious 50-yard half-volley came too late to be considered as Totton's stand-out strike of 2016/17.
But the evergreen 37-year-old still polled a winning 42 per cent of the vote thanks to his Le Tissier-esque masterpiece against Tiverton in February.
On that occasion he cheekily flicked the ball up before looping in a sumptuous left-foot strike.
In manager Langdown’s eyes, though, Wilde's audacious effort at Winchester had the edge.
He tweeted on Tuesday: “Yesterday’s wins it for me! #strike #ridiculous #50 yards #half volley. Can’t score from 5 yards so let’s do it from 50!”
It was Totton’s only shot of the game, but that was irrelevant to Langdown who said: “We turned up with practically the bare 11.
“Matt Bozier, Alex Haynes and Nathaniel Sherborne couldn't make it, we had Adam (Wilde) playing his second 90 minutes in three days and Dylan Knight played up front injured.
“Young Calum Hellyar played 90 minutes on the right, having played for the youth team on Sunday, and we had another youth player, Harry Prisk, as our one sub.
“People talk about having a young side - and ours is incredibly young.
“They talk about budget restrictions - and half our lads play for nothing.
“Winchester can say they had most of the chances, but we scored a wonder goal and defended manfully to keep a clean sheet.”