THE final game at the Camrose for Basingstoke Town is what Saturday’s game against Hitchin Town could well be.

Club officials are working hard to make sure this is not the case, but at the moment the Dragons look set to roar for just one more time at the beloved ground they have played at since 1945.

It is sure to be a super charged afternoon which Hitchin could well get caught up in as they try to secure home advantage for the play-offs with a win.

A stay of execution from the Camrose and one more year at the ground, would be great for all concerned, but it remains to be seen if out going chairman Rafi Razzak will agree to this as he wants to build on the site.

Town boss Terry Brown said: “If this turns out to be the last game at the Camrose of course we want to win it. but I hope it is not.”

Matt Partridge and Charlie Kennedy are doubts for the game.

Saturday will not be Town’s final game of the season, as this will be in Hampshire Senior Cup final on Tuesday May 2 at Southampton’s St Mary’s Stadium, when they face AFC Bournemouth’s under-23s.