1st Report

Leek Town v North Ferriby United

North Ferriby United will look to continue on from their pleasing performance at Frickley on Tuesday when they travel to Leek Town tomorrow, kick off 3 p.m.
Manager Neil Parsley was happy with the way his side came back from a goal down on two occasions. He is now looking for his side to improve on this on their trip to the Midlands.

“I’m looking forward to building on Tuesday’s result as it was a game in which we showed what we are capable of,” said Parsley.

“The levels of fitness were good and we kept going which was the most pleasing thing. If we can continue with this I don’t see any reason why we can’t get the result at Leek.

“A few players are carrying bumps and scrapes from midweek but nothing dramatic. I don’t see why they won’t all come through to take their places in the side.

“I have no reason to change the team around apart from bringing in James McGarry for Ben Morley on the right due to Ben being unavailable. James showed up well in the reserves in midweek and deserves his chance.”

Teenager McGarry was a part of the reserves who beat Sculcoates Amateurs in midweek by 4 goals to 1. And as Parsley has previously stated if these players are good enough they are old enough to bring in.

Ferriby take on a Leek side currently fourth in the Unibond table with four points from two games. They have drawn at home to Ashton United 1-1 and won at Kendal by 2 goals to 1.

For supporters to note the coach leaves for Leek from the Duke of Cumberland at 11 a.m.

North Ferriby United: Antoni Pecora, Matty Bloor, Danny Ryan, Neil Allison, Paul Foot, Jamie Waltham, Chris Bolder, Andy Haywood, Gary Bradshaw, Michael Price, Joel Hartley, Andy Thompson, Graham Botham, James McGarry.