Warrington Town switch their focus back to the Northern Premier League this weekend, as they make the trip to Nethermoor to face Guiseley.
The Yellows progressed to the second round of the FA Trophy last week following a 3-1 victory over South Shields at Cantilever Park, and will now go in search of a fifth win from six matches in all competitions.
The game will also see Mark Beesley bring up a half-century of matches as Town manager.
Beesley’s side have turned their form around in recent weeks and could climb top of the table, depending on the outcome of other results.
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It will be the first of two meetings in the space of the fortnight, with the Lions visiting Cantilever Park in the FA Trophy later this month.
Mitch Duggan continues to serve his suspension following last month’s red card against Lancaster City.
Jordan Buckley remains out with an ankle injury, but Isaac Buckley-Ricketts could be in line for his first start since returning from appendicitis.
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Defender Tom Hannigan hopes the Yellows can continue where they left off against Guiseley, but understands the threat of playing a side who were competing in the National League North last season.
“We can’t get too ahead of ourselves,” he said. “The league table is too congested at the moment to take a proper look at it, and we know we still have some ground to make up.
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“Guiseley will be a tough task and we’ll need to apply ourselves like we have been doing in order to get a positive result.
“We’re getting close to a fully fit squad, and there’s competition for places which can only be a good thing going into these next run of games.”
Saturday’s Northern Premier League fixture at Nethermoor kicks off at 3:00pm.
Match tickets, available to buy online and at the turnstiles, are priced as follows:
- Adults: £12
- Concessions: £8
- Under 18s: £5
- Under 11s: £1
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