GIANTKILLERS Hartley Wintney will be looking for their biggest scalp yet in the FA Trophy, as they entertain National League side Bromley in the first round proper on Saturday.

The Kent side are eighth in the top tier of non league football, while the Row are sixth in the Southern League Division One East, so there is 67 places between the sides.

So this would be the biggest win yet for a team who have been rewriting their club history in recent years, under the guidance of joint managers Anthony Millerick and Daniel Brownlie.

Hartley have already knocked out Hampshire Southern Premier sides Gosport and Farnborough in what is their first ever season in this competition and Saturday is sure to be another great day in the village.

A bumper crowd is expected at their Green Lane ground hoping to cheer on the Row Joint manager Brownlie said: “It’s a big game for so many reasons, it’s the first campaign that we’ve played in the Trophy and to now find ourselves In the round proper is quite remarkable.

“Is also the first time we’ve played a team of this level. Plus it adds extra dimension because we play at home. It’s going to be a great occasion for everyone at the club and the village itself, we just have to strip it back and focus on the football.”

He added; “There is no pressure on us other than to give a good account of ourselves and to showcase what we are about. If we do that, then we give ourselves the best possible chance of doing something.”

Hartley will be minus the suspended Louie Paget and Aaron Parfitt is unavailable for the visit of Bromley.

The Kent side warmed up for the game with another trip to Hampshire drawing 4-4 at Eastleigh in the National League last Saturday.

Meanwhile on the same day, The Row turned in an excellent 5-1 win over Southern League promotion rivals Moneyfields.

Their Hampshire rivals were reduced to 10 men after only six minutes of the contest.

This was after Curtis Da Costa received a straight red card for violent conduct, after he kicked a Hartley player off the ball From then on Hartley dominated the contest and Rowan Vine gave them the lead after 32 minutes, only for Moneyfields' Steve Hutchings to equalise from the penalty spot just before half-time.

After the break, the home side turned on the style and scored four more without reply as Jake Baxter, Paul Hodges, Josh Webb and Vine all found the back of the net.