Extra pies on order for a big crowd-puller at Harrison Park as Leek Town taste promotion

LEEK Town face their biggest game of the season tomorrow night (May 1), when they take on Colne at home in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League West Division play-offs.
Blues have been attracting 400-plus attendances to their Harrison Park ground in recent weeks as the team stepped up its challenge for Premier Division status next season.
With the prospect of an even bigger crowd for such an important game, Leek officials are advising fans to arrive early for the 7.45pm kick off to avoid congestion at the turnstiles.
A late winner from Port Vale-bound Dan Trickett-Smith at gale-swept Colwyn Bay on Saturday secured Blues third place finish in the table and the right to play Colne at home.
The winners will take on Radcliffe FC or Ramsbottom United in the play-off final.
Blues have a real fight on their hands in Colne who they have twice failed to beat in the league this season.
Neil Baker’s side lost 3-2 at Colne last November and were held to a goalless draw in February’s return clash at home.
However,Blues enter their third meeting with Colne on the back of a nine-game unbeaten run that augurs well for breaking that duck.
Extra pies are on order for tomorrow’s third clash which could well attract a four-figure crowd at the Macclesfield Road ground for the first time since Blues thrilling FA Cup runs.