Preview: Tudors get back to league action against Bishop’s Stortford

Hemel skipper Jordan Parkes celebrates. Picture (c) Cameron Maclean - CM Photography
Hemel skipper Jordan Parkes celebrates. Picture (c) Cameron Maclean - CM Photography

Hemel Hempstead Town will turn their attention back to league action tomorrow following Tuesday night’s FA Cup heroics.

The Tudors head to Bishop’s Stortford tomorrow for a Conference South clash and Dean Brennan’s side will be full of confidence after Tuesday night’s extra-time victory over Conference Premier opponents Nuneaton Town.

Hemel head to League Two side Bury next Saturday, but they must not let this distract them from tomorrow’s important clash with 12th placed Stortford.

The Tudors have had an inconsistent start to the season in the league, and currently find themselves in 18th position, just three points ahead of bottom placed Staines Town.

Hemel have, however, put in some impressive performances on the road, and they will fancy their chances of adding to their points tally tomorrow.

Town boss Brennan said: “Bishop’s Stortford are a very physical side with plenty of pace. It’s important we go there with lots of confidence to get a result.

“It’s another game we are looking forward to.”