It's been a long and difficult wait for some but we can finally say football is BACK.
It will be a lengthy forty-five days ( 6 weeks and 3 days, 1080 hours) since the Bulls last kicked a competitive ball which was in the Northern Counties against Handsworth,
which resulted in a positive 2-1 win on the eve of lockdown, under the lights at Oliver's Mount.
A game which saw a brace from prolific Bulls striker Ross Duggan, firstly on the eighteenth minute of the game after a brilliant solo run which was capped off excellently with a tidy shot beating the Handsworth keeper.
Ross then provided the subsequent goal in the second half with a eye pleasing run on the left hand side of the pitch which made easy work of the Handsworth defense after placing a well-aimed shot which found the right hand side of the goal earning all three points for the Bulls.
Bulls are going into Saturday's affair with Hemsworth with five straight league wins under their belt and will hope to continue their league form despite the enforced break.
Forest Town Arena welcomes back fans on Saturday with a limited number of 150 fans being allowed to attend fans are reminded that it is important that they stick to the current social guidelines.
All fans attending on Saturday will receive a free gift and a free mince pie as a token of our appreciation.