Back in league action on Tuesday evening with check out to Oadby
Rugby Town complete their successive trio of cup video games this Saturday, with a trip to Ingles FC – who groundshare with Shepshed Dynamo – in the Second Qualifying Round of the FA Vase.
Rugby were routing 2-1 at the Trico Stadium last Saturday, when their ace marksman Danico Johnson was sent with simply 10 minutes staying. In spite of this, Town dug deep to stun the hosts with three late strikes and secure their location in the next phase.
red card, Johnson will now miss out on both the upcoming Vase tie and the Hednesford clash – as well as the league video game at Oadby sandwiched in between them on Tuesday(18th). The loss of leading scorer Johnson-who took his season’s tally to 11 goals with a 3rd hat-trick of the campaign to-date at Harborough-will be a big blow for Valley supervisor Carl Adams, although he will have been motivated to see Johnson’s normal strike partner Charlie Evans likewise notch a treble at Redditch and his prospective replacement up-front recent signing Romario Martin open his Town account on Tuesday night too.The Harborough triumph has earnt Rugby a home video game versus Leicester Nirvana – the only side to beat Town up until now this season – in the next round of the League Cup, with the video game set up to take location at Butlin Roadway on Tuesday 25th September.Town midfielder
Stefan Blake sits out the last game of his three match suspension this Saturday, with Adams’s main injury issue seeing fellow midfielder Richard Bunting nursing an aching groin.Two brand-new gamers have signed up with the club over the past week though, with midfielder Lewis Hayden signing up with from MFL Premier Division Walsall Wood and another of Town’s academy potential customers-defender Josh Steele -likewise signing on for the first team.Hayden played the complete ninety minutes at Harborough, whilst Steele signed up with fellow academy player
Jamal Adams in appearing from the bench as Rugby again came from behind to coast to victory.Town’s effective cup exploits last weekend saw them drop 2 locations to 5th in the UCL Premier Division league table though, with Eynesbury and Deeping preserving their unbeaten starts to the season to leapfrog over them.Tuesday night’s hosts Oadby have likewise yet to lose in the league up until now-albeit from only 2 games, although their FA Cup experience for the year concerned an end with a 2-1 defeat at Ansley Nomads on Saturday. # The coach to Ingles( who groundshare with Shepshed Eager beaver)will leave Butlin Roadway at 11.45 am with the Oadby one triggering at 5.30 pm. For most current information contact Tony Mann on 07970 691366.