Am so looking forward to this, the wonderful nostalgia of the fixture alone as Marine kick off their 125th anniversary celebrations. They invited The Hamlet up for their centenary, but we weren’t as well run then, as in we never had the proverbial pot to piss in, with our then Chairman basically going “Who the bleeding hell’s going to pay for it?” & that was that. We famously beat them 7-1 in the 1932 Amateur Cup Final at Upton Park, their only appearance in the final & the second of our four pre-war victories, but they also came to Champion Hill in May 1978. For a few seasons back then northern sides would play Friday night friendliest in the London area for eve of the final matches before FA Trophy & Vase finals, I think, from memory, we may have won 2-1, but am happy to stand corrected. The other one we played was, I think, a 1-1 draw at home to Bishop Auckland in, again I think, Nay 1981, which was Alan Smith’s last ever game as Hamlet manager.