Warrington Town chairman Toby Macormac says they will have to dust themselves off and go again after their super play-off final heartbreak last weekend, Warrington Worldwide report.
After playing 54 games over a long season, it came down to extra time in the final game, a play-off against Southern League Central side King’s Lynn Town, to settle its outcome – unfortunately the wrong one for Warrington.
It means they will once again line-up in the Northern Premier League next season, with relegated clubs FC United and Ashton amongst those joining an already competitive league, with the likes of South Shields, Scarborough, Gainsborough and Basford all expected to challenge.
Macormac said: “It’s a missed opportunity and everyone’s said it’s been a missed opportunity.
“It was a big opportunity in front of a big crowd and we’ve drummed up some really serious following over the last few weeks and it wasn’t that there was an expectation we were going to go up, but everyone thought we were going to do it.
“Unfortunately we’ve not, so we’ve got to dust ourselves down and have a couple of weeks off and then get back to it.
“It’s going to be a tough season again next year, so we know what we’re up against but we’ve just got to go again.”