HARWICH and Parkeston are all set to play their competitive fixture under their new Gwinnell & Sons Royal Oak floodlights tomorrow.

The Shrimpers host Park View in Thurlow Nunn League first division south, with the 3pm kick-off signifying the first game under the new £60,000 LED lights.

After so many inactive weeks for supporters, the club are hopeful of a good crowd to support the team especially on the back of their fine 4-0 triumph at Barkingside, last weekend.

It has been a long time since there been such an emphatic performance from Harwich.

And this result will certainly give manager Sean Tynan, assistant Gary Kioussis and coach Daryl Eagle a different headache before selecting a team for the Park View clash.

Instead of shuffling a team around to find success, they will be in a long discussion to see if they can find places for the players who were unavailable to make the trip to Barkingside.

The 13 players who were involved in Harwich's victory at Barkingside certainly showed the character, determination and ability to get the Shrimpers up the first division south table, if they can maintain this level of performance.

A tremendous team performance saw Harwich climb out of the relegation zone at the game, played at Ilford FC.