Worsborough Bridge Athletic head east to the seaside tomorrow and their Toolstation NCEL Division One clash with Skegness Town at the Vertigo Stadium; the Briggers fell to that home defeat to Dronfield Town on Wednesday night but still sit an impressive fourth in the table-and Worsborough’s up and at ‘em Manager Lee Morris wants his side to recover that winning feeling at the first possible attempt, writes Colin Muncie.
Lee told the Bootiful Game “We’re expecting a very tough game. It’s a long trip for us and we will need to be at it to get back on track after a blip on Wednesday night. Good teams bounce back after losses, so if we want to be up there come the end of the year we need a reaction -and a big one”.
Main photograph by Non League Yorkshire.