They’ll be plenty of parking available for the bumper crowd expected at the Ryman South promotion play-off final between Dorking Wanderers and Corinthian-Casuals.
After overcoming Hastings United on penalties on Tuesday night after drawing 1-1 after extra-time in their semi-final, pictured, grateful club officials say their neighbours at Denbies Wine Estate have agreed to open up their car park next to the Westhumble Playing Fields again for the fans of the Surrey clubs.
In a post on Twitter confirming the arrangements, Wanderers tweeted: “Our friends and neighbours @denbiesvineyard have kindly offered their car park again for Saturday’s final.”
The postcode for Denbies Wine Estate is RH5 6AA with drivers advised to follow signs from the A24. Kick-off in the first of the Ryman League’s promotion finals on Saturday is 3pm.
Maldon & Tiptree host Thurrock in Sunday’s Ryman North final with the Ryman Premier sides hoping to reach Bank Holiday Monday’s top flight final meeting in their semi-finals on Thursday night.
Dorking, who finished as runners-up to champions Tooting & Mitcham United on goal difference alone, edged out Hastings United 4-3 on penalties in front of a crowd of 597 while Casuals came out on top after a seven-goal thriller at Greenwich Borough, despite playing for 70 minutes with ten-men.