Hednesford Town prepare to make the journey up Warrington Town tomorrow after a two week break from action.
The Pitmen were one of a number of sides who saw their game called off last weekend due to a frozen pitch – our opponents on Saturday did manage to play though and took full advantage to move to the top of the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League table.
We go into this fixture looking to complete a league double having defeated Warrington 1-0 at Keys Park back in November.
Manager Nicky Eaden was looking forward to seeing his side back in action after an enforced break due to the winter conditions experienced across the country last weekend.
“I was disappointed that the game was off last week as I felt that the lads were in a good place following the last couple of results. I just had that feeling that it was ideal time for us to go into another game as we were very much ready for it.
“We’ve trained well though since and the lads still all have that good feeling about them as a group. We’re looking forward to heading up to Warrington tomorrow and the test that awaits.”
Meanwhile the club have today been able to extend the loan of midfielder Jud Ellis from AFC Telford United until the end of the season.
“We wanted to get him tied up until the end of the season, but they were initially looking at just another month. After speaking to Jud last night it was obvious that he just wants to be playing football – rather than potentially sitting on the bench. I think that says a lot about the lad.”
The manager is set to be without left back Nathan Fox through injury while Jordan Mills, who signed last week, won’t be able to play any part in the remaining games due to a clause in a scholarship he has agreed to take up in America from the summer. This means that he has now departed Keys Park.
The game kicks-off at the usual time of 3pm and we’d like to thank those supporters who are making the trip.
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