Date:Monday August 14 2006
After the excellent displays of home support in the games against West Brom and Coventry things seem to be looking up for Saints with regards to the number of people attending matches.
ust over 24,000 were in attendance on Saturday and Saints will no doubt be hoping that after the latest good display things are on the up.
Next up for Saints are next in action at St Marys against Yeovil in the Carling Cup and tickets have been significantly reduced, costing £10 for adults and just £5 for teens and seniors and just £1 for juniors.
Saints fans should also be aware that tickets for next Saturday's game against Barnsley are to be purchased at Oakwell on the day and their will be no advanced sales. Tickets are priced at £20 for adults, £12 for teens and seniors and £20 for disabled tickets.
Also following some confusion the club have confirmed that season tickets are still on sale and the prices will be reduced in accordance with the number of home games that have been played.
So, a good start for Saints both on and off the pitch, it is now up to us Saints fans to keep on giving our support.
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