STEVE Davis has urged local football fans to cheer on his promotion-chasers at Nantwich Town's last ever game at Jackson Avenue, on Saturday.
Squires Gate will be the visitors as the Dabbers play their final competitive match after 123 years there (3pm).
While it will be an emotional and memorable occasion for all those involved with the club, there will also be plenty to shout about as the men in green go for promotion from Division One.
A superb Easter period saw them gain a 4-0 home win on Saturday, followed by a 2-1 success with 10 men at Congleton on Monday.
Now Davis wants as many people as possible to roar them a step closer at the weekend. He said: 'It would be great if we had a big crowd to get behind us.
'It will be a special day. The last game at Jackson Avenue will mean a lot to a lot of people and everyone can share in that. We are hoping to continue our good form and we need to win.'
Goals from Paul Taylor, Andy Bott and Andy Kinsey (2) secured a comfortable win against strugglers Stone on Saturday.
But Monday's derby was a different story, with a resurgent Congleton gunning for victory. Nantwich started brightly, but both teams had goals disallowed early on.
Kinsey made the breakthrough, taking the ball on his chest and slotting past the keeper. Bott had another goal chalked off for a debatable offside, and it was 1-0 at the break.
Five minutes after the restart, skipper Phil Parkinson was controversially red-carded. He was late into a challenge, but a melee ensued and he was given his marching orders.
The Dabbers were up against it when Congleton levelled matters, but they kept their cool and Kinsey's 32nd of the season sealed a super win in the late stages.
Davis said: 'It was a fantastic three points. The referee was terrible for both sides and he spoilt the game. Parky deserved nothing more than a booking.
'We played some of our best stuff of the season, especially after we went down to 10-men. We switched to 4-3-2 and showed a real desire to keep playing and to keep our shape.
'It was tremendous. We could have had more goals in the end. The lads looked fit and strong. There is a great spirit amongst them.'
Nantwich's recently postponed game at Bacup has been rearranged for Tuesday night (7.45pm).