Cricklewood Wanderers will look to continue their solid start to the season when they host Rayners Lane in the second qualifying round of the FA Vase on Saturday.
The club reached the second round proper in 2015 and host the Spartan South Midlands side at Vale Farm, Wembley.
Wanderers currently occupy sixth spot in the Middlesex County League Premier Division with just one defeat to their name. The club are run by a small charity called Youth Engagement Solutions (YES), which helps young people in education, employment, training, sport and health across Brent, Harrow and north west London.
Players can actively use the charity for career advice, job hunting and CV help, with a number of them now working for the charity.In 2015 they became one of only four sides from the level to reach the second round of the Vase and will hope to take a step towards that stage this weekend. For more details visit yes-ltd.org.uk.