Bridlington Town Reserves vs Hall Road Rangers Reserves
Saturday April 22
Kick off 2pm
By Neil Winsor
Photograph supplied by Lee Myers
HALL Road's Reserves wrap up their season tomorrow with their re-arranged game against Bridlington Town Reserves (2pm).
The second string face a tough final game, but they know a win will see them finish in a very creditable fourth position, having had a very encouraging second half of the season.
Losing just twice since the turn of the year, Rangers have recorded wins over Hull United, Walkington and last time out at Brandesburton to name a few, and more impressively have amassed nineteen points from a possible twenty-seven.
Following the 4-1 away defeat at Hessle Sporting United, the reserves were rooted to the foot of the table having picked up five points in their first ten games, but can now reflect on a job well done since that game in December.
They face a Bridlington Town Reserves side that despite being winless in their last three games have spent a large proportion of the season in the upper echelons of the league table, but maybe just lacking the consistency to mount a challenge to Hornsea Town and Walkington.
Regardless of Saturday's result though Bridlington will finish the season in third place.