Team Of The Weekend: National League North

3 days ago By Tom Feaheny

There was plenty of important of results in the Vanarama National League North, but which players really stood out?

Both Salford City and Harrogate Town won while Gainsborough Trinity picked up a crucial three points.

As we do every week, we get on the phone to club officials, reporters and managers to gage their views on the weekend’s best - and build a squad of 16.

Here is what we’ve come up with following Saturday’s National League North games.

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Goalkeeper: Henrich Ravas (Gainsborough Trinity)
A clean sheet and a number of good saves as well helped the ten men defeat York City.

Defence: Ryan Fallowfield (Harrogate Town)
Provided a number of interceptions but it was the way he helped start attacks from the back that impressed most.

Defence: Carl Piergianni (Salford City)
Another goal by the centre-back, Anthony Johnson afterwards praised the game management of the squad with the experienced defender playing a key role in that.

Defence: Fraser Horsfall (Kidderminster Harriers)
Horsfall will be seen as one of the signings of the season as he continues to impress for John Eustace's side.

Midfield: Shane Clarke (Gainsborough Trinity)
In a game where all the Trinity players worked hard, Clarke was key to breaking up York's play and helped create for the side as well.

Midfield: Alex Newby (Chorley)
The tricky midfielder once again is in the Team of the Weekend and for good reason as his performance really stood out and helped Chorley get into the play-off places.

Midfield: Paul Turnbull (Stockport County)
In a tight game for County Turnbull played a key part in County gaining another three points.

Midfield: Brendan Daniels (Alferton Town)
The creative spark for Alfreton with a goal as well.

Striker: Reece Styche (Darlington)

A goal and an assist for Styche helped Darlo pick up the three points.

Striker: Chris Sharp (Alfreton Town)
A big performance by the striker who was razor sharp in front of goal.

Striker: Adam Boyes (Bradford Park Avenue)
Two goals for Boyes including a last minute winner, means he had to be picked!

Substitutes:
Shane Killock (Bradford Park Avenue)
Ashley Worsfold (Gainsborough Trinity)
Brandon Hall (Kidderminster Harriers)
Dave Syers (Darlington)
Andy Teague (Chorley)

Photo by Charlotte Tattersall

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