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Match Preview: Harrogate Town

21 October 2022

It’s back to league action for Micky Mellon’s men who enjoyed a 1-0 win in the Papa John's Trophy during the week against Crewe Alexandra. Rovers now travel to Harrogate to play in front of a sold out away end.

It followed from a 3-0 win over Crewe the previous Friday, that time in league action as Rovers made it five consecutive league wins with five clean sheets to add.

With three recent away wins against Salford, Sutton and Walsall respectively, Rovers will be full of confidence heading into the clash in Yorkshire.

As for Harrogate, after a poor run of ten games without a win, they’ve picked up two, 2-1 victories in their previous two outings, finally putting their run of bad from to bed.

Wins against Hartlepool in the league and a midweek win in the Papa John’s Trophy against Morecambe means it’s two teams in decent form clashing at the EnviroVent Stadium.

Team News:

Ethan Bristow has a slight thigh strain and will be assessed ahead of the trip to Yorkshire.

Tom Davies has returned to training and is building up his fitness.

Joel Mumbongo, Charlie Jolley and Luke Robinson are all long term absentees.

One to Watch: Alex Pattison

Born in the North-East, Pattison came through the ranks at Middlesborough where he was loaned multiple times to the likes of York City on two occasions before spending a year on loan at Yeovil Town.

He then left Middlesborough permanently with a move to League One side Wycombe Wanderers where he made 16 league appearances before the season was cut short early due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

He featured from the bench in all the play-off games which saw Wycombe remarkably promoted to the second tier which earnt him an extra one-year deal at Adams Park.

Following this, he departed Gareth Ainsworth’s side and joined Harrogate in May 2021. In his first season in the yellow and black, Pattison scored nine goals in league action in what was his best scoring season.

This season, he’s scored four goals and claimed three assist in 11 league games this season, including a goal and an assist in his last outing in a 2-1 win over Hartlepool. 

Manager: Simon Weaver

By three years, Simon Weaver leads as the longest serving manager in the EFL after taking over in May 2009. The Doncaster born manager is closing in on 700 games in charge of the League Two side after overseeing their rise into the football league.

He won promotion to the National League in 2018 with a play-off final win over Brackley Town before beating Notts County in the National League play-off final at Wembley in 20220, leading Harrogate to the football League for the first-time in. their history.

After a solid couple of years within the football league, Weaver appears on the verge of turning Harrogate’s challenging run of form around after winning their past two games. 

Match Coverage:

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You can follow the action through our social media channels below, with full text coverage during the fixture, followed by a match report. 

Twitter: @tranmererovers 

Facebook: @trfcofficial 

Instagram: @tranmererovers 

Match reaction from Micky Mellon and a player will follow on our website and YouTube channel.

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Match Reports

Harrogate Town 1-1 Tranmere Rovers

22 October 2022

Tranmere Rovers picked up a hard earned point on the road on Saturday afternoon as they played out a 1-1 draw with Harrogate Town at the EnviroVent Stadium.

Jordan Turnbull’s second half equaliser cancelled out Matty Daly’s deflected first half strike to extend Tranmere’s unbeaten run in the league to six games.

It was a scrappy start to the encounter in Yorkshire with the ball being played in the air in the opening exchanges. Alex Pattison was the first to produce any goal mouth action when his cross from the right flashed across the face of goal and away from danger.

Tranmere's first and best chance of the half fell to Elliott Nevitt on the 17th minute. Great work by Dacres-Cogley on the right resulted in a cross finding Nevitt at the far post, he controlled and volleyed low but a great block by Kayne Ramsey denied him a certain goal.

Kieron Morris was next to try his luck. He picked the ball up in good position before driving forward and firing a low shot wide of the left hand post.

The hosts threatened to counter through Headley as he paced forward and burst into the final third before Simeu eventually went in with a crunching tackle on the edge of the box to clear.

Rovers were finding themselves in some positive areas of the pitch and this time Kane Hemmings dribbled into the box and shot low with his left foot which was deflected wide for a corner.

Headley again threatened from left back, this time getting into the box and seeing his fierce effort blocking by the sliding Jordan Turnbull.

The deadlock was broken on the 38th minute and it was the hosts who edged in front. Luke Armstrong broke the offside trap before rounding Ross Doohan and seeing his shot from a tight angle rebound off the post. Rovers missed their chance to clear their lines and Matty Daly was on hand to fire into the bottom corner via a deflection off Dynel Simeu.

Rovers regrouped at the break and came out for the second half with more intensity. Firstly, Simeu was on the end of Bristow’s corner but his close range header was caught by Peter Jameson in the Harrogate goal.

However, another set piece shortly after was to produce the equaliser. Josh Hawkes’ corner was flicked on by Kane Hemmings before Jordan Turnbull was on hand to smash the ball home from close range to put Rovers level and grab his first goal for the Club.

With Tranmere in the ascendency, it was nearly two in quick succession. Turnbull flicked on a long throw and Nevitt struck his volley from inside the box which hit the head of McArdle as it looked destined for the top corner.

Rovers kept the pressure on and shots from Hawkes and then Hemmings from 20 yards out were both saved by Jameson to keep the scores level heading into the closing stages.

Luke Armstrong unleashed a powerful shot from the corner of the box which landed a few yards over the bar with ten minutes to go to give Tranmere a reminder of their threat.

It could have been the hosts who stole it late on. Folarin was played in behind on the left and squared it across the goal to Armstrong who would have had a tap in if it wasn’t for the perfect positioning of Lee O’Connor. 

Tranmere piled on the pressure in the final few minutes with crosses and corners but the Sulphurites held out to claim a point and put a stop to Tranmere’s brilliant winning run.

Tranmere team: Doohan, Dacres-Cogley, Turnbull, Simeu, Bristow, Morris, Merrie, O’Connor, Hawkes (Hughes 77’), Hemmings, Nevitt

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Ticket News

Harrogate Town ticket details

12 October 2022

Tickets for our away game against Harrogate Town on Saturday 22nd October will go on sale on Wednesday 12th October.

We have been given a total of 570 tickets for this game therefore a priority system will be in place.

Tier 1 - Season ticket holders with TROSC membership 3 points or more.

Tier 2 - Season ticket holders with TROSC membership any points 

Tier 3 - Season ticket holders or TROSC members any points 

Tier 4 - General sale


Each Tier lasts 24 hours.

Please note that this TROSC points from Sutton will not be counted for as data has already been gathered for the priority groups to go on sale.



Adult: £20

Senior: £16

Adult disabled: £16

U18: £8

U12: £6

U5: Free with a paying adult



Adult: £23

Senior: £19

Adult disabled: £19

U18: £11

U12: £9

U5: Free with a paying adult


Match tickets will be on sale from Wednesday 12th October and will go off sale at 11am Friday 21st October.

Supporters can collect bought tickets from TRFC Store up until Friday 21st October at 4pm.

Coach travel is also available and will leave Prenton Park at 10:30am. Both match and travel tickets can be bought online here or in TRFC Store.

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