Aldershot Town are back in action at the EBB Stadium this weekend and as ever, there’s a packed edition of match day programme, Shots, to accompany your match day viewing.

Shots number 10 Josh Stokes is centre stage in the latest In Conversation With – find out how his release from the Ipswich Town academy spurred him on in career. Stuart O’Keefe gives his views in his Captain’s Column and there are the usual pages from manager Tommy Widdrington, and the Board, this time written by Deane Wood.

The Shots Foundation provide updates on all its recent activities, leading with the collection for the Grub Hub which is taking place prior to the match. The Supporters Club have information on how to book travel to upcoming Shots away matches, and on the Junior Shots page another young Aldershot Town supporter explains why he loves supporting the Shots. There’s the usual two pages of Phoenix Puzzlers to give your brain a workout either before the match or at half-time and in Champions, games three and four of the 1997-98 season are examined.

Rob Worrall brings us more photos of Shots supporters in Fanzone, Nick Cansfield explains from the Slab just what complications arise when the Crossbar Challenge changes ends unexpectedly (it’s a long way there and back to the East Bank!) and Trevor Knell gives his view on the way player injuries are dealt with in view of the new laws on this. There’s also a new feature – First, Last and Everything, where Media and Marketing Manager Samuel Carter quizzes the players on some pertinent questions, Maxwell Mullins being the first under the microscope.

Along with a comprehensive look at our visitors including a preview from Laurence Ryan, photos and stats from Shots’ first two games and a column from the Non-League Paper, Shots is available both in the Club Shop and in the ground, priced just £3. Don’t forget to buy your copy!