The pitch at Worksop Town Football Club has been dug out and replaced with a brand new artificial surface that will be ready for use at the start of the 2020/21 campaign.
Worksop were twelfth in the Northern Premier League South East Division before the 2019/20 season came to a premature end in March but the club have been busy behind the scenes to try and improve on that next time around after securing their future following financial troubles midway through what was their first campaign back in the NPL after five years in the Northern Counties East League.
The Tigers have lost Ben Rhodes and Steven McDonnell to Belper Town this summer but there is plenty of promise in youngsters Aaron Sennett-Neilson, Joel Cousins, Bobby Thompson and Callum Riley to name a few coming through the system with the clubs new first team Coach Mike Whitehouse stating that he and Manager Craig Parry have come to Sandy Lane with ambition to win the league.
Whitehouse stated in May “Make no mistake about it, our briefing is to win the league and that is what we are going to set our stall out to do”.
Worksop have also recently strengthened their Academy Coaching Staff by employing Ryan Hall as U18 Manager which he’ll jointly partake with Brad Waller.
*Main image @RadfordReports1 the Worksop Town pitch newly laid and ready for the new season ahead.