Kendal Town v North Ferriby United
Evostik Northern premier League Premier Division
Saturday 15 September 2012 KO 3.00 pm
North Ferriby United make their longest trip of the season when they travel to the Lake District to play Kendal Town.
The Villagers go in to the game with four successive wins behind them. The four games have seen eleven goals scored none conceded.
Manager Billy Heath will be looking for his team to maintain this unbeaten run. Kendal are usually difficult to beat at home but are still looking for their first home league win of the season. They are 16th in the division, four points behind Ferriby.
Kendal had a testing FA Cup replay on Tuesday at home to Northern League side Dunston UTS on Tuesday. Kendal won 4-2 after extra-time.
Billy Heath took advantage of a "free" midweek to play a behind-closed-doors game at Hall Road Rangers. This gave him the opportunity to give a game to his squad players who are not playing regularly at the moment.
Despite winning at Eccleshill last Saturday in the FA Cup, Heath was rather disappointed with his side's performance on the day. Ferriby were not as consistent as they usually are and made far too many uncharacteristic errors. Heath will expect an improved performance at Kendal.
Heath should have a full squad to choose from at Kendal apart from long-term absentees Kevin Larvin and Chris White. Ryan Williams will be in the squad following his signing from Gainsborough Trinity. Forward Chris Hall has left the club to join Spalding.
Ferriby squad: Adam Nicklin, Antoni Pecora, Dean Lisles, Nathan Peat, Paul Foot, Gregg Anderson, Gary Bradshaw, Russell Fry, Lee Morris, Danny Clarke, Mark Gray, Jack Muldoon, Liam King, Ryan Kendall, Timothy Taylor Chris Bolder, Ben Hunter, Ryan Williams, Steve Gardner, Steve Ridley, Lee Morris, Danny Clarke.
Ossett Albion will be Ferriby's next opponents in the FA Cup. The match takes place on Saturday 22nd September at the Rapid Solicitors Stadium. Season passes are not valid for this game. Admission charges are £9 (£7 concessions) and £2 for under-16s.