Pools Youth Team are on home soil again on Wednesday
afternoon when they host Boston United at in the NLFA Premier Division at
Ian McGuckin's youngsters are bang in-form at the moment
having won six out of their last eight games to push themselves back in tocontention near the top of the table.
Pools currently lie fifth but have games in hand on all of
the top three and know they have the opportunity to close the gap further ifthey can win again this afternoon.
They are going in search of a league double over their
visitors after running out comfortable 5-0 winners when the sides met in Lincolnshireat the end of January.
However, McGuckin has urged his players not to take anything
for granted and make sure the standards they have set since the turn of theyear are maintained against The Pilgrims.
“If we can keep on winning then we know we can push ourselvesright in to the mix,” he told us.
“At the minute, games can't come quick enough for the lads –
it's always like that when you're high on confidence, scoring goals and winninggames.
“We've just got to make sure we keep our focus, show nocomplacency and just concentrate on one game at a time.”
Kyle Wilson is back in training after a leg injury and could
feature but Conner Rennison (knee), Oliver Thompson (Achilles) and AdamCampbell (knee) are all still sidelined.
Kick-off is 1pm and entry to all supporters is free at
Welfare Park so please head over and give the youngsters some support if youcan.