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Selby Town hopeful against Dinnington
Selby Town go into tomorrow’s Northern Counties East League division one game against Dinnington with something they haven’t had for a while – hope.
Manager Ian Dring, and the boot of Danny Gray have sparked a revival from the Robins, who are just five points adrift of safety.
A win against Dinnington, after a midweek clash against Askern Villa was postponed because of fog, could lift them closer to pulling off what would be a great escape.
Dring said he was looking forward to every game and said: “I think we will definitely stay up. We’ve got some good lads in. We couldn’t score goals before and needed someone up front immediately.
“Danny Gray has been good for us but Nathan Kamara has also come in from Garforth and we have just signed Tom Owen from Tadcaster.
“If this squad had a proper pre-season, we would be up there. I want people to look at Selby and say what a fantastic job has been done there.”
On Dinnington, Dring added: “They are not a bad side. They work hard and it is going to be one of those games. Hopefully we can turn them over.
“Confidence is really high. I just wish the game had been on in midweek. We will be at full strength for Dinnington and I am looking forward to every game.”
Tadcaster Albion could seriously damage Bridlington Town’s promotion hopes when they come to Ings Lane in the premier division.
The Seasiders are third in the table, four points adrift of Scarborough, but face a real test from the Brewers with manager Paul Marshall looking to improve on their position of fifth.