Harrogate Town boss Simon Weaver insisted that there is still all to play for in terms of the National League North title race despite a damaging defeat to Spennymoor.
The Wetherby road outfit lost significant ground at the top of the table when they were beaten 2-1 in Tuesday night’s clash as defender Liam Kitching was sent off. Town went into the match just a point behind leaders Salford City and with a game in hand, but their loss, combined with a comprehensive victory for the Ammies at Blyth, leaves Weaver’s troops four points off the pace.
“It’s still game-on as far as the title race is concerned,” Weaver said. “It wasn’t a good evening on Tuesday but we’ve had a great few weeks, winning seven and drawing one before the Spennymoor loss.
“Every good run comes to an end at some point and hopefully this will propel us forwards. There’s so much to play for.
“We’re thrilled to be in this position and we’re going to try our hardest to take advantage of it.”
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