Homing in on Penistone Church, sixth and just one point ahead in the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division, Hemsworth Miners Welfare welcome the rebuilding, thirteenth-placed Worksop Town to the Yorkshire NuBuilds tomorrow night-and Wells Manager Wayne Benn has two objectives; to avenge that 3-1 defeat to the Tigers back at the end of September, and to maintain his side’s recent fine form, writes Colin Muncie.
Wayne told the Bootiful Game “Tomorrow we entertain Worksop looking to continue our recent good form. As ever, we expect a tough game and we would like to right a few wrongs from the away fixture where we should have been 5-0 up at half time but somehow managed to lose the game. They will be much changed since that game, both management- wise and player- wise -but despite all the changes and the upheaval, Worksop still present a real challenge. They are a big club at this level with a fantastic fan base and I hope plenty of them make the journey across tomorrow and create a good atmosphere.
Wayne is much more at ease with his players’ performances over the last couple of weeks.”For our part, it’s continuing to do the good things we have done recently” he admitted “If we do, then we will give ourselves a great chance of winning the game”,
“We want to finish the season really strongly and this is another obstacle to overcome”.