Date: 2nd April 2008 at 10:55am
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Town Reserves travel to North Ferriby to play Hull City tonight plus a look back at their last result.

Town`s Reserves will be hoping to get a win against Hull City tonight after losing 4-3 to Sheffield United.

The Reserves played Sheffied United on Monday night in a game that saw Town`s keeper Leigh Overton sent off on 30 minutes for a professional foul.

Grant Normington went in goal for the Mariners and went into half time trailing 3-1. Town`s second half display was described by Neil Woods as a magnificent performance has they fought back to try and get something from the game.

Town`s first goal was scored by Liam David, then a superb strike by Nathan Jarman made the score 3-2. The Blades then added a fourth to United a two goal lead to make it 4-2. Jarman then got Town`s third to make it 4-3 but Town could not find another goal.

Inter Milan striker Goran Slavkovski, who is currently on loan to United, scored for the Blades which also seen Nicky Law in the line-up.

Town`s Line-up:
Overton, Normington, Parker, Steel, Gray (Woods 78), Bird, L. Davis, Rhodes, Jarman, Taylor, S. Davis (Freeman 78).

Tonight the reserves will be hoping to go one better and get the win against local rivals Hull City at North Ferriby tonight for a 7pm kick-off.

As on 31st March, the league table shows that Town are 10th out of the 12 clubs involved in the Pontins Holidays League, Division One East.

Town currently have 10 points and Hull City are in 4th with 27 points. The latest on the Pontins Holiday League can be found at the here.

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