Steelmen bid to maintain winning run

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Tomorrow is Non-League Day, a national campaign to highlight and celebrate Non League Football and the role it plays in football in general and in local communities.

It coincides this year with the Preliminary round of the FA Cup in which a number of local teams will look to progress and pick up £1,500 in prize money.

Parkgate are at home to Premier Division rivals Hall Rd Rgrs looking to continue their recent improvement with a third win on the spin.

As part of the non-league day, the Steelmen will show Rotherham United’s away game at Swindon, (12.15 kick-off) live in their clubhouse.

The club hope Millers fans will come and watch the match then stay on for the FA Cup action and support them as they bid to get into the First Qualifying Round.

Sheffield FC face a tricky-looking away tie at Evo-Stik North side Garforth Town.

Boss Mark Shaw will recall Tom Burgin to the squad after the young defender was rested for Monday’s draw at Goole, which saw Conor Higginson hit his fourth goal in six outings. Shaw is hoping to sign a new midfielder in time to face Garforth.

Staveley MW look in the mood to cause a cup upset at Evo-Stik League One side Goole. Billy Fox’s in-form side are top of the NCEL with a 100% record from seven outings in all competitions. Goole are 19th in their league with one win in six.

Armthorpe Welfare face a tough tie at Evo-Stik Division One high-flyers Brigg Town who have one defeat in six.

Retford United will go top of the Premier Division if they take maximum points from the visit of title rivals Bridlington Town who go top if they win.

Maltby Main entertain third-placed Winterton Rangers with manager Steve Adams looking for his side to bounce back from a run of four straight defeats, the last three without a goal.

In Division One, leaders Worksop Parramore should consolidate top spot at struggling Teversal. Parramore have hit 10 goals in the last two away trips.

Handsworth go to Grimsby Borough, their first away league game. They did suffer a 4-3 League Cup defeat at Grimsby.

Dinnington Town are on track with successive victories over Rossington Main in the league then Hemsworth 2-1 in the Wilkinson Sword Trophy on Tuesday. Now Steve Toyne’s men are at home against Yorkshire Amateur, who have lost the last four.

Worsbrough Bridge go to Eccleshill Utd buoyed by a last minute 3-2 League Cup success over Appleby Frodingham on Tuesday whilst Askern Villa go for local bragging rights at home to Rossington.