The Viridor Stadium will witness history tomorrow (21st April) when the Peacocks are presented with the West Division championship shield by League chairman Terry Barratt following their Evo-Stik League game with Bristol Manor Farm, ko 3.00pm.

It has been a season to remember for Town who clinched the title a fortnight ago but have since shown no signs of easing up as they look to close out their campaign with only one league defeat. Add to that the fact they are currently 31 league games unbeaten and haven’t lost away from home all season, then they deserve a large crowd tomorrow to witness them receiving their first ever Southern League trophy which will be followed by a promotion party in the clubhouse.

The game itself promises to be far from a meaningless end-of-season affair, with fifth placed Manor Farm eager for points to cement their position in the play-offs. Their seven game unbeaten run came to an end on Wednesday evening when they went down at Larkhall so they will be looking to bounce back at the Viridor and spoil Town’s celebrations. The Peacocks came away with a point in the return fixture, a 1-1 draw at the Creek in November coming courtesy of an own goal during a second half in which Town completely dominated.

Dan Sullivan and Ben Adelsbury who both had to miss the 5-0 victory at Winchester on Tuesday return to the squad but Pierce Mitchell remains sidelined with injury.

Manager Leigh Robinson said: “It’s going to be a momentous day for the club. I thought the FA Cup First Round was a biggie and it was but tomorrow could well trump that and everyone is really looking forward to it.”

Before the game two local charities will receive the proceeds of the club’s Christmas Charity Collection. Compass Disability Services and Priorswood Community Centre will be presented with their cheques around 2.15pm.