Here's the run of results since November that ultimately cost Steve Kittrick his job as Scarborough Athletic manager

Steve Kittrick was relieved of his duties as Scarborough Athletic manager on Saturday, after his side threw away a one-goal lead to lose 2-1 to Stalybridge Celtic, at the Flamingo Land Stadium.

Monday, 18th March 2019, 11:10 am
Updated Monday, 18th March 2019, 11:13 am
Steve Kittrick was relieved of his duties as Scarborough Athletic manager on Saturday, following a 2-1 defeat to Stalybridge Celtic

Boro were top of the Evo-Stik Premier in November, but a slump in form saw them drop out of the play-off places following a number of disappointing results and performances. Here is the run of results from then to his sacking on Saturday.

Boro lost 3-1 to fellow promotion hopefuls Farsley Celtic at Throstle Nest at the beginning of November.
Kittrick's side bounced back from their Yorkshire derby defeat to thump Redcar Town 5-0 in the North Riding Senior Cup.
Boro kept up their promotion charge by beating Marine 2-0 at the Flamingo Land Stadium.
The resurgence in form didn't last, as another defeat to fellow promotion hopefuls followed the Marine win, with Trinity winning 2-0 at the Flamingo Land Stadium.
Another disappointing defeat to a team near Scarborough in the division, as they fell 3-1 at Basford United.
Another trip to Farsley's Throstle Nest ended in another defeat for Boro, this time being dumped out of the League Cup in a 2-1 loss.
Darren Kelly is a candidate to potentially replace Kittrick, and he guided his Hyde United side to a 2-0 victory at the Flamingo Land Stadium in December.
Boro had to battle to beat relegation candidates Workington at Borough Park, edging the hosts out in a 3-2 win and arresting a run of four straight defeats.
Another defeat to promotion rivals, this time South Shields running out 3-1 winners over Boro at the Flamingo Land Stadium on Boxing Day.
An abject display from Boro saw them fall to a 2-0 defeat at local rivals Whitby Town on New Year's Day.
The Seadogs showed their defensive frailties at some points in the 5-3 win over Hednesford Town, but quality going forward ensured three points for Kittrick's side.
The 1-0 win over Warrington Town was Boro's first over promotion rivals for some time, and ensured it was two wins on the bounce.
A goalless draw on the road, but signs of improvement at the back for Boro following the return of Chris Bolder
Boro progressed in the North Riding Senior Cup, beating Guisborough Town 2-1 at the Flamingo Land Stadium and making it four unbeaten.
Once again Boro came unstuck against their title-chasing West Yorkshire counterparts, falling to a 3-1 home defeat.
It was the Seadogs who came out on top, in the battle of the Boros at the Flamingo Land Stadium, cruising to a 4-1 win.
A point on the road for Boro this time out, against one of the teams in and around the play-off mix.
A game to forget for Steve Kittrick and Boro, as they fell to relegation battling Mickleover Sports at home.
Defeat on the road this time, when Boro failed to put on a show at Wincham Park, losing 2-1 to The Albs.
A penalty victory over old rivals York City saw Boro progress to the final of the North Riding Senior Cup, at the Riverside Stadium in May
A much-needed win on the road for Boro at Marine, as they ran out 2-1 victors.
It was the end of the road for Kittirck after this defeat on Saturday, one which came despite the Seadogs leading the game.