Pools Women go in search of their fifth straight win in the NERWFL
Premier Division on Sunday when they host Redcar Town at East Durham College in
Jonathan Gibbon-Hayes' side have stormed up to third in the
table on the back of their impressive run and are now breathing down the necksof leaders Harrogate Town and second-placed Farsley Celtic.
Pools ran out 2-0 winners when they made the trip to Redcar
at the turn of the year and they now have all eyes on completing their first doubleof the current campaign on Sunday.
“We've had another really good week's training inpreparation for the game,” revealed Gibbon-Hayes.
“I am expecting an extremely tough game against Redcar who
will bring physicality but also real quality with the likes of Jess Round intheir side.
“I have every faith that our girls will be ready to put on
another good performance though – we have eight games left so we'll just takeit one at a time, try and get the points on the board and keep the dream alive.”
Pools could be boosted this weekend by the return of Caitlin
Bates from injury, while Chelsea Basnett is also approaching match fitnessafter recovering from a cruciate ligament rupture.
Kick-off at East Durham College is 2pm and entry is free forall supporters.