Barrow have chance to erase memories of Vase exit
Barrow Town return to East Midlands Counties action tomorrow looking to put behind them last week's exit from the FA Vase.
They were beaten 3-1 at Harborough Town having been unable to maintain the form that has seen them climb into the EMCL top three.
They face county rivals Ibstock United at the Welfare, United having discovered some momentum of late in what has otherwise been a slow start for them.
They were 3-2 winners in the Vase against Stapenhill and followed that up by securing a 2-2 draw at Lutterworth Athletic in midweek.
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That was hardly the greatest result for Athletic. However, it did give them their first point of the season, which will have provided some relief at the club. Athletic will seek to build on that when they entertain Graham St Prims.
Second-placed Aylestone Park crashed at home to leaders Basford United last week, their first reverse of the season.
They visit Holwell Sports, who suffered a 2-1 reverse at home to Greenwood Meadows in midweek – their third from five games so far.
The bulk of the county's EMCL contingent are still trying to find consistency at this early stage of the season.
St Andrews will have been buoyed by last week's Vase win at Grimsby Borough ahead of their trip to Radcliffe.
Anstey Nomads, with just one point to their name so far, host Holbrook, while Bardon Hill Sports welcome Radcliffe Olympic. Ellistown have a testing afternoon ahead of them as they welcome unbeaten Borrowash Victoria to Terrace Road.