It's Good To Be Home
After the first three games of Adam Laidlaw’s reign being away (with one being postponed), Alnwick now return home to face Thornaby (Writes Media Officer Mark Craggs).
Thornaby are sitting in ninth this season with 34 points to their name, 14 points ahead of Alnwick having played one game less. They sit in 12th in the form guide nine points in their last six games.
Alnwick, who have had an extra week to work with the new gaffer, have a stronger team with than three weeks ago when they faced Chester-Le-Street, and have reinforcements in the form of former Newcastle prospect Jonathyn Quinn and Lewis Robson who have arrived from Ashington.
The oppositions man to watch is 13 goal striker Nathan Steel who has found himself sixth on the top scorers list, scoring 12 since his move to Thornaby from Guisborough Town.
Come along and support the lads to a first win for Laidlaw in his first home game, kick off is 3pm at St. James’ Park, Alnwick.