Saturday 18 September 2021
Emirates FA Cup Second Round Qualifying
Spennymoor make the trip to the West coast to face National League North leaders AFC Fylde as attention turns to the Emirates FA Cup on Saturday.
Moors were handed the toughest possible draw on paper with a visit to the highest ranking team in the draw, however, spirits are high following back to back wins which featured eight goals without reply.
The form of Rob Ramshaw, who now has four goals and three assists this season, was on full display as he put on a scintillating performance alongside Glen Taylor in the 6-0 thumping of Farsley Celtic last weekend.
Taylor himself now has six goals and one assist, meaning Moors’ front two has been involved in 80% of Spennymoor’s goals so far this campaign.
The FA Cup draw provided Moors with yet another away draw, meaning their last six ties have all been on the road. In fact, the last time Spennymoor had a home FA Cup fixture was in September 2017 – a 2-1 defeat to Gainsborough Trinity.
Memories of the 2016/17 run to the First Round still linger heavily when associating Moors with the oldest cup competition in the world, but five years on from the tie at MK Dons, Tommy Miller will want to forge out a historic cup run of his own.
You can listen to all the action from Mill Farm on Durham OnAir from 2.50pm on Saturday with Adam Hassell.
Download the station’s app to listen to Durham OnAir wherever you are in the country. Using the app, you can also listen in your car through your cars phone connection system.
Go to your Apple App Store or the Google Play Store and search for “Durham OnAir”, or click below.
how to follow the game
- In-game updates on our Twitter page @SpennymoorTown
- Full match report on our website and social channels
- Post match reaction on Moors TV
- Highlights on Moors TV Sunday midnight
You can purchase tickets in advance on AFC Fylde’s website, or alternatively, you can pay on the gate upon arrival.
Under 16: FREE
The Supporters coach will be leaving from Durham Road at 9am.
The coach is now fully booked.
The coach will leave Mill Farm at 5.30pm.
how to get there
Postcode for Sat Nav purposes: PR4 3JZ
Nearest railway station: Kirkham and Wesham
Limited car parking is available at the ground, however there is an overflow car park priced at £5.
Access to the site via the A585 is less than 1 mile from the M55 Junction 3 to the north, which leads to Blackpool to the west and Preston and the M6 to the east. To the south, the A585 Fleetwood Road forms the Kirkham and Wesham Bypass and connects with the A583 Blackpool Road, a main route between Blackpool and Preston. Get directions via Google Maps.
The closest bus stop to the ground is approximately a 5 minute walk from the centre of the site. Kirkham and Wesham Railway Station is approximately half a mile away; a comfortable walking distance. The station is operated by Northern Rail with approximately six services per hour in each direction. The No. 61 bus service offers a service every 30 minutes and connectivity through Blackpool – Preston – Kirkham.
latest news from the club
There is now another reason to purchase a 2022/23 Spennymoor Town season ticket. We’re bundling in a free five-month membership to new sports documentary streaming