Kidsgrove Athletic go into tomorrow’s league game in a mixed bag of form. Ryan Austin’s side have picked up two wins and two losses in their last four outings.
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Leek Town are ninth in the Evo-Stik West Division and are sat on 20 points after 12 games, but The Blues are currently experiencing a damaging run of four defeats in five games.
Town started the season well and went 12 games unbeaten but since then, manager Neil Baker has seen his side fall to defeat against teams in the top half of the table but that does not stop the boss from setting his sights on promotion, despite saying his team are underachieving.
Kidsgrove Athletic take on Leek Town this weekend, and manager Ryan Austin believes the local derby will be a ‘tough, competitive’ test for his side. The Grove welcome their rivals to the Novus Stadium on Saturday, and Austin expects both sides to bounce back from their last league games, in which both sides had disappointing results.
Leek Town Chairman Jon Eeles praises volunteers and staff for hosting England match after death of club secretary
The Town Chairman spoke of his pride saying: “Hosting such a high profile game is difficult enough, but the circumstances on the day regarding the passing of our secretary Brian Wain, made it all the more difficult.
“However, everyone pulled together and there was a real sense of community around the Club, a fitting tribute to Brian and Andy Wain who had put in so much hard work coming up to the game”.
Leek Town manager Ant Danylyk was pleased his side came away with a victory in difficult conditions on Saturday against Carlton Town.
Leek Town player-manager Ant Danylyk has called for his side to “regroup and crack on” ahead of Saturday’s visit of Spalding United (3pm kick-off) after suffering back-to-back defeats for the first time since September.
The Blues dropped out of the play-off places after defeat at Bedworth last Saturday, an injury-time winner giving the Greenbacks victory as both sides finished with 10 men.
Leek Town player-manager Ant Danylyk says his side must show a reaction to the heavy 6-0 away defeat they suffered at the hands of league leaders Shaw Lane AFC on Saturday.
Shaw Lane, who were unbeaten in 13 going into the game, took the lead on 33 minutes after a scrappy start.
Leek Town player-manager Ant Danylyk has declared himself “pleased” that his injury-stricken side to have reached the First Qualifying Round of the Buildbase FA Trophy.
The Blues travelled to the home of Evo-Stik League Northern Premier rivals Loughborough Dynamo last Saturday without four first-team players.