Cup wins should give rivals plenty of confidence
Two sides who booked places in the last four of the Jelson Homes Senior Cup this week meet at The Linwood tomorrow.
Aylestone Park, who eased past Uppingham Town 5-1 in their quarter-final, host Holwell Sports, 2-1 victors over Lutterworth Athletic.
Lyndon Seal and Sam Taylor netted penalties for Park to go with strikes from Levi Ramsey, Karl Towers and Charlie Elliott. Scott Mooney grabbed both goals for Sports at Welby Road.
Blaby & Whetstone Athletic won a Senior Cup thriller against Caterpillar, eventually edging through 3-2 after extra-time on Wednesday. Liam Read, Leon Doughty and Luke Coxon netted for the home side, who return to league duty tomorrow when they entertain Greenwood Meadows.
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Back-to-back defeats have dented Barrow Town's title aspirations. They have to pick up the pieces quickly if they are to get back on track, starting with the visit of bottom club Ibstock United.
A month or so ago, the match would have been little more than a formality for the Riversiders. But there have been considerable changes at the Welfare on and off the pitch in recent weeks and United gave themselves hope of beating the drop last week when they beat Holbrook 3-1.
Ellistown remain among the strugglers and face a real test against promotion-hopes Borrowash Victoria.
Lutterworth go to Graham St Prims as they look to put to bed the disappointment of their Senior Cup exit at Holwell.
Anstey Nomads crashed out of the League Cup at Borrowash on Tuesday and pick up the threads of their league campaign when they travel to Holbrook.
Bardon Hill Sports go to Radcliffe, while St Andrews play host to Radford.