Spennymoor Town welcome Halesowen Town to The Brewery Field on Saturday looking to make it four wins on the bounce, and are boosted by midweek win over play-off rivals Matlock Town to move into fourth position in the league.
Spennymoor Town FC v Halesowen Town FC
Evo-Stik Northern Premier League, Premier Division
The Brewery Field, Saturday 25th March, Kick Off 3pm.
Admission £10 Adults, £6 Concessions, £3 Children (U6 Free).
Turnstiles at Wood Vue open at 1.30pm and Tees Crescent open from 2:15pm.
Visiting Supporters information:
Stadium Address - The Brewery Field, Wood Vue, Spennymoor, Co.Durham DL16 6JN.
Parking is limited around the ground and is usually very congested on Durham Road and Wood Vue, therefore please respect our neighbours' driveways and access.
The Moors Tavern is the club’s official clubhouse and is open to home and away supporters before and after the game (DL16 6QH) – just 80 metres from the Tees Crescent turnstile at The Brewery Field. There is limited parking at the rear of the Tavern.
The Moors Bar is also open inside the ground, located in the far end of the Ramside Main Stand. Meanwhile, the canteen serves a selection of hot and cold food and drinks and is located between the main stand and the covered stand behind the goal.
PINTS OF WORTHINGTONS, CARLING CIDER AND COORS ARE ONLY £2 IN THE MOORS BAR WITHIN THE GROUND.
Matchday programmes are available at £2 each at the turnstiles, as are the half time cash draw tickets and golden goal cards.
Male/Female and Disabled Toilets are all located around the ground. However, should you need any assistance finding these, please contact your nearest Steward.
The Yeltz are currently in 19th position with games in hand on the teams above them. In recent weeks they have been dragged into a relegation battle after registering only two wins in their last nine games, coupled with the loss of on-loan top scorer Kaiman Anderson, who had netted 18 goals before being recalled by parent club Shrewsbury in January. This has proved a turning point in the Yeltz's season as they had earlier beaten Nantwich, Warrington, Grantham and Workington. Manager John Hill recently reached 200 games as manager in the 2-1 defeat against Spennymoor two weeks ago at The Grove.
The Yeltz's last game saw a 1-0 away win at Frickley Athletic - their first win in six games - thanks to Daniel Bragoli's header(pictured above) that moved them three points above the relegation zone.
Frickley Athletic 0-1 Halesowen Town
Whitby Town 4-1 Halesowen Town
Halesowen Town 1-2 Spennymoor Town
Halesowen Town 0-1 Stourbridge
Halesowen Town 1-1 Barwell
Halesowen Town's current league form reads - WLDLLLW
One to Watch - Serigne Mor Diop
A new signing from Rushall Olympic, the 6"4 french striker was previously signed by Steve Staunton whilst manager of Darlington and went on to score 6 goals in 23 games for the Quakers in 2011.
The Gaffer says:
"We have put ourselves in a great position but we cannot afford to be complacent. Halesowen will be tricky opponents and we won't be underestimating them, so we must keep our focus and continue our recent form for the final 10 games to finish as high as we can. There will be many more twists and turns between now and the end of April so it's important we keep the momentum going and keep the pressure on the teams in and around us."