Saturday 25 September 2021
National League North
Attention swiftly returns to National League North action for Spennymoor on Saturday with a trip to Latimer Park to face Kettering Town.
Glen Taylor’s first half penalty deservedly sent Moors through to the Third Qualifying Round of the Emirates FA Cup on Tuesday evening, with league leaders AFC Fylde dumped out in the process.
That win means Tommy Miller’s side has won five of eight games in all competitions this season, and Moors could end the weekend as high as third if results go their way.
Kettering has began the campaign well, losing just once in their eight games in all competitions, with The Poppies currently 7th in the division after a 2-0 victory at Guiseley a fortnight ago.
The contest pits the highest scorers in the National League North – Moors with 15 – against the joint-most solid defence – Kettering with five, in what is just a second ever meeting at Latimer Park.
Moors comfortably won the first encounter back in October 2019 courtesy of two Taylor efforts, with The Poppies playing a large portion of the game with ten men following Jay Williams’ red card.
You can listen to all the action from Latimer Park 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 pay on the gate upon arrival to Latimer Park:
Under 18: £2
* It is pay on the gate (for all fans home & away), no ticket (except home season tickets) required.
The Supporters coach will be leaving from Durham Road at 8.30am.
The coach still has spaces remaining. Please contact The Neil Adams Sports Bar to book.
The coach will leave Latimer Park at 5.30pm.
how to get there
Postcode for Sat Nav purposes: NN15 5PS
Nearest railway station: Kettering
There is limited parking at Latimer Park, but the Alumasc car-park (next to the ground) on the right by the entrance, is in use for all home games this season.