Louth Town hunting down the promotion pack
WHITE Wolves boss Daryl Clare is ready to approach a triple-header of big fixtures with all guns blazing.
His Louth Town charges are ninth in the Northern Counties East League Division One but still in with a shout of joining the battle for promotion.
And their games this month are vital to that goal – they include ties against all of the top three in the table, starting with a home clash against Shirebrook Town tomorrow.
"We play the top three sides in the next few weeks," said former Grimsby Town striker Clare.
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"We are really looking forward to it. Taking points against all of them could prove vital to our season."
Shirebrook – beaten by Grimsby Borough in the final of last season's NCEL Wilkinson Sword Trophy – are third in the table, one point from the summit.
They are eight points adrift of Louth but have played four more games – and were beaten 3-2 at home by the White Wolves earlier this season.
After tomorrow's match, Louth visit Bottesford, who are 15th in the table, before a derby clash at Bradley Community Stadium against Cleethorpes Town and a trip to league leaders Athersley Recreation.
"The run starts against a strengthened Shirebrook tomorrow," said Clare.
"We've beaten them once already this season, so we're confident. We will go for them again tomorrow, with an attack-minded formation."