Hemsworth Miners Welfare Manager Wayne Benn rounds off a week clear of competitive action with a trip to the seaside when Wells-fourth in the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division – make the 140-mile round trip east on the M62 to tackle sixth placed Bridlington Town at their Queensgate home –and Wayne has noted the home side’s uptick in form under Brett Agnew, writes Colin Muncie.
“This weekend we head across to Bridlington for what I expect will be a very difficult game” Wayne admitted “Brid are in very good form and will provide a real test for us. We will certainly have to be at our best to win the game, but as always that will be our aim. If we can reproduce the performance from our last game two weeks ago- away at Bishop Auckland (a famous 3-2 FA Vase win)- we will give ourselves every chance.”
“It’s a tough game whichever way you look at it against a side who I feel will be in the mix at the business end of the season” Wayne added . “ Bridlington are a proper football club and it’s a game our fans very much look forward to. There will be quite a few of our guys travelling across and I’m sure they will see a good, competitive game between two decent sides.”