Mandron set for trophy final action


Mandron and Agnew both set to feature in key games on Tuesday evening.

Sunderland youngster Mikael Mandron will hope to build on his first senior goal as Fleetwood Town host Chesterfield in the first leg of the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy Northern Area final this evening.

The 19-year-old frontman scored his first senior goal in the Cod Army’s 2-1 home defeat to York City on Saturday and he is set to feature at the Highbury Stadium on Tuesday night.

Chesterfield do have history in the competition having won the trophy in 2012, whilst Fleetwood are yet to make a final with their only Wembley appearance coming in a 3-1 defeat to Halesowen Town in the 1985 FA Vase final.

Elsewhere, development squad midfielder Liam Agnew will look to continue his fine run of form for Boston United as the Pilgrims travel to Histon in the Skrill North.

Dennis Greene’s side will look to extend their unbeaten run to four games against a Histon side that lie only five points above the relegation zone.

A win for the Pilgrims could see them move as high as third in non-league’s second tier – three points behind second-placed Hednesford Town who they have a game in hand on.