Congleton looking to double up on the Gate
CONGLETON Town will be hoping to get their promotion push back on track when they visit second-from-bottom Squires Gate tomorrow.
The Bears are lying in fifth place, but just four points behind leaders Runcorn Town.
After seeing his side slip up at home to Colne last weekend, manager Jim Vince will be keen for them to complete the double over Blackpool outfit Squires Gate, having beaten them 3-0 at home back in August.
Top marksman Chris Smith didn't score that day, but he now has 19 goals in the bag after helping the Bears become the fifth top scorers in English football from pyramid level nine or above.
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Former Crewe Alexandra youngster Michael Koral is also a major threat in front of goal and brought his tally to 11 with a goal in Wednesday night's 4-0 win at Altrincham in the Cheshire Senior Cup.
NORTON United are showing signs of recovery after their poor start to the season, and moved up three places to sixth-from-bottom following their midweek victory at Ashton Athletic.
Mike Marren gave Scott Dundas's side the lead in the 26th minute, with Jonathan Beaumont making the points save with a second goal on 89 minutes.
Tomorrow, Dundas and his team take on mid-table Derbyshire outfit Glossop North End, who enjoyed a 4-0 home win over Squires Gate last Saturday.
ALSAGER Town travel to take on fourth-placed Padiham, who were boosted by a 2-0 Lancashire Challenge Trophy victory over Evo-Stik Division One North side Lancaster City on Wednesday night.
The Bullets were also in midweek action, beating Cammell Laird 3-1 in the Cheshire Senior Cup with Lee Wright scoring two of the goals.
STONE Dominoes are still rooted to the foot of the table and looking for their first win of the season.
Tomorrow they make the long journey to north Lancashire to take on Barnoldswick Town, who are in seventh place.
In Division One, Leek CSOB entertain Daisy Hill at Harrison Park. The Old Boys will be looking to build on their third win of the season when they beat Atherton LR 4-2 last weekend.
Bottom club ECCLESHALL are at Cheadle Town.