29th December 2012
Lewes 1 v Thurrock 2

Ryman Premier
Gate: £11
Atten: 493

Ground: 6/10 A visit to The Dripping Pan is always an uncomplicated tick. Have been here many times before and always enjoy returning.Lewes F.C. have played at the Dripping Pan every year since 1885, apart from a couple of seasons prior to the First World War  when the club was banished to the adjoining Convent Field Both teams enter the pitch from the changing rooms on the first floor of the club house, never seen that before.
Match Enjoyment: 6/10  The Rooks were fortunate to score just before the interval as Thurrock had wasted the better chances. However in the second half , the Essex side dominate and scored two well worked goals. Full compliments to them for the fightback.
Food and Drink: 8/10 A very tasty Steak and Harveys (local brewery) Pie. Homemade pastry, deep filled with juicy succulent chunks of tender beef in a rich ale gravy - delicious.

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View of The Dripping Pan from the Car Park

Best pie this season - by far

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