I count the PELO ground as a separate venue, as there is a fence between the two, & there is a different entrance, thus making it a ground in it's own right, as far as I am concerned.
This game on 7th January 2012, turned out to be the last Dulwich Village match here, as they are now playing their home matches in Bellingham, so I was extremely fortunate to get this 'tick'.
The opponents were Halstead, who went home with the points, winning by the odd goal in three.
Dulwich Hamlet were away to Eastbourne Town on the same day, I was a little short of cash after the christmas break, so gave that a miss, & came here, to 'double up' with the first Streatham Redskins home game at their new 'temporary' rink in Brixton.
The entrance is down this driveway.
PELO sign at the top of the drive.
The main South Bank grounds are the other side of this fence.
This is the pitch our game is on, there is another beyond it, alongside.
It is a simple sportsground venue, just roped off on two sides, &, unsurprisingly, no programme, & no charge to watch.
Behind this goal is the clubroom & changing rooms. There is no bar,as such, but they do sell hot & cold drinks, as well as snacks, like Mars bars.
Directly behind the net at this end, setting sun facing us.
The low rope is stringed out to the next corner.
In the distance is the Crystal Palace television transmitter.