Spennymoor Town travel to AFC Telford United on Saturday looking to stretch their unbeaten run to eleven games.

Moors have stormed up the table in recent weeks since their last defeat in the league at Gateshead way back on 3rd September, and are now in fourth place ahead of the trip to the New Buck’s Head.

Since the Gateshead game, they have won seven and drawn three, with 24 points earned, their latest win being the 2-1 victory over Boston at the Brewery Field on Tuesday night.

Manager Jason Ainsley said; “The lads have done really well in recent weeks.

“We’ve had a Saturday-Tuesday-Saturday-Tuesday schedule in the last fortnight, and we’ve come out of it with three wins and a draw. The lads have put in some really good performances in recent weeks to put us in this position.

“As a group, the players are in a really good place, we’ve got a brilliant crowd, and things are coming to fruition off the field. There’s a lot going on, and the place is buzzing.

“It’s important for us to get three points on Saturday. It’s a tough trip, Telford have some good players, and it’s important to get points on the board with plenty of clubs chasing us, and a week off the league next week to play in the Trophy at Leamington.”

Meanwhile, Ainsley is full of praise for midfielder Shane Henry, who scored a great winner with a left foot shot against Boston in midweek.

“What a strike it was to win the game, “ said Ainsley.

“Shane sometimes doesn’t get the praise that he deserves. He has been a great servant to the club, and his shot was worthy of winning any game.

“I thought that Tuesday’s game was a great spectacle for the league.”

Defender Carl Magnay is still recovering from an operation on his neck, while striker Andy Johnson and defender Callum Williams are both still at least a week away.

Telford are currently 16th in the table, with five wins to their credit all season.

In the BetVictor NPL Premier Division, Whitby go to Basford, while league leaders South Shields go to Stafford. Morpeth are away at Gainsborough.

In the North West Division, Marske can go top of the table if they beat Kendal and Workington lose at Marine, while Dunston are at home to City of Liverpool.