Blues looking to build on five-star performance

Whitby Town head to Stafford on the back of a 5-0 victory against Halesowen Town and they will be hoping to build on that thumping victory tomorrow afternoon.

Blues looking to build on five-star performance

By Liam Ryder

Whitby Town are looking to build on their 5-0 thumping of Halesowen Town last week at the Turnbull Ground when they make another long away trip to Stafford Rangers.

Doubles from Steven Snaith and Junior Mondal helped Chris Hardy’s side to a comfortable three points last time out, however fellow goalscorer in the game, James Fairley, is a doubt for this one.

Luke Bythway and Lewis Maloney are also likely to sidelined for the trip to Marston Road on Saturday afternoon.

Callum Patton will also be out of the squad due to other commitments.

The Seasiders have gone five games unbeaten on the road and will be looking to make it six against the Rangers who sit just two places above the Blues in the table.

Hardy also has strong reasoning to feel confident going into tomorrow’s game.

“Confidence is hard to come by. We’ve tried for confidence throughout the course of the season. It was a drubbing for Halesowen last week so we can take a lot of confidence from that.”

For supporters who are unable to travel to Stafford, there will be live coverage on Whitby Town Radio with Paul Connolly.