Kittrick keen for Boro to bounce back at Kendal

Scarborough Athletic are looking for an immediate response when they take the lengthy trip to Kendal Town tonight.

Tuesday, 5th April 2016, 12:06 pm
Updated Tuesday, 5th April 2016, 12:11 pm
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Boro will make the 260-mile round trip without defender Tom McNamee, who has other commitments.

Young keeper Max Dearnley will continue in goal though, as Boro plan to hit back from Saturday's home loss against Witton.

Boss Steve Kittrick said: "We have to get there and get organised, it isn't ideal on a Tuesday night to be travelling that far, but we have to get out there and bounce back.

"We have young Max in goal again, who did ok on Saturday. I've had a good chat with him, he knows he was at fault for at least one of their goals, but he is confident and he will improve.

"It is all about learning from every game we play in, and we learned a good amount on Saturday.

"We have a cup final coming up and we have all said that we want to finish as high up in this division as possible.

"There is no point in easing off and focusing on that final, we have to win games and go into it with some momentum."