Recharged Cleethorpes Town gear up for Yorkshire Amateur test
BOSS Andy Liddle gave his Cleethorpes Town players a well-earned rest this week – but has warned his charges not to take it easy at struggling Yorkshire Amateur tomorrow.
The Owls have climbed to fourth in the Northern Counties East League Division One following back-to-back wins against Rossington Main and Grimsby Borough.
Tomorrow, they travel to Yorkshire to face an Amateur outfit sixth from bottom in the table and without a victory in nine matches.
Liddle said: "I gave them a rest from training this week, although a few players played for the Reserves.
"The midweek game against Borough took a lot out the lads and they looked a bit tired last Saturday.
"It's been tough when there have been two games a week. Players get home from an away game late at night, have to work the next day, and then two or three days' later, Saturday's game comes around.
"I expected it to take up to ten games for us to settle into this league. I'm happy with where we are now; we just need to get that consistency.
"Yorkshire Amateur are in the lower half of the table, which is a surprise. They are fighting for a win – it's important that we go there with the right attitude and hopefully we can continue the run by getting the three points."