HARWICH and Parkeston will be hoping to make progress in the FA Vase when they host Walthamstow on Saturday.

Harwich are only allowed 300 fans for the game at the first qualifying round tie at the Royal Oak, so are strongly advising spectators to email with information prior to the match.

The Shrimpers will have Track and Trace in place, with two entrances to the ground open.

They will be the top gate by the bar and the normal turnstile entrance.

If you are planning to attend, please email Harwichfc@yahoo.com

If you have emailed Harwichfc@yahoo.com and confirmed you are attending the game and give your information via email, please enter the ground at the top gate.

Anyone who is attending on Saturday and has not emailed with information please enter at normal match day entrance turnstile - someone will be there to take your information.

As it is a cup game game, all supporters must pay to enter the ground.

The cost is £5 for adults and £3 for OAP.

Harwich have thanked their away kit sponsor J S Flooring for sponsoring the game.

The Shrimpers will go into the match against Walthamstow on the back of a well-earned point against a strong Coggeshall United side, on Wednesday night.

Adam Hampson scored Halstead's equaliser late in the first half, in the Thurlow Nunn League division south encounter.

Chances for both sides followed but a draw was a fair result.

Harwich boss Michael Wallace wrote on Twitter: 'Thanks @OfficialHarwich fans for your support again tonight. Win, lose or draw we always have brilliant support'.

The draw with Coggeshall United followed on from Harwich's 1-0 defeat to Frenford, last Saturday.

LITTLE OAKLEY sit proudly at the top of the early division one south table following a 1-0 win over Holland FC, on Tuesday night.

The Acorns made it three wins out of three in the league, following their victory over their coastal neighbours.

Oakley boss Matt Carmichael wrote on Twitter: 'Playing badly and winning is a side to our game weve been severely lacking in the past, so its pleasing to grind out a result tonight vs a decent

@MightyHolland, not a bad trait to have #acorns'.

Oakley are in FA Vase first qualifying round action on Saturday when they host Stotfold.