Ainsley Demands Big Response From Struggling Moors

Spennymoor Town will be out for revenge on Thursday night as they look to climb back into the National League North’s top seven.

The Moors were beaten 3-1 at Chorley on Tuesday night, a performance boss Jason Ainsley described as the “worst for a very long time”.

They have a chance to bounce back quickly as they look to catch up on the amount of game they have in hand.

But it won’t be an easy game against in-form Leamington. The Brakes travel to the North East on the back of three consecutive 1-0 victories that have taken them four points clear of danger.

“I have to apologise for Tuesday because barring a 20-minute spell, it certainly wasn’t good enough for us,” Ainsley, whose side went down 4-0 at Leamington earlier this season, told Moors TV.

“We’ve got another game on Thursday, there are some tired legs but we’ve got to go again.

“It’s important to get points - we all know that this League is unforgiving and it doesn’t matter who you play.

“Leamington beat us 4-0 at their place and there are no easy games in this League. We certainly won’t be taking them for granted.”

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