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Good Luck Harry!

Good luck to our former striker Harry Smith and his Northampton Town side as they take on Exeter City  in the Sky Bet EFL League Two Play-Off Final at Wembley later today. The side from Devon will be the slight favourites as they finished the curtailed season in 5th with a Points Per Game total of 80.81, whilst Northampton Town finished 7th with a PPG total of 72.11.

‘The Cobblers’ reached the Final with a 3-2 aggregate win over Cheltenham Town (who finished 4th with a PPG total of 81.78), but they did it the hard way, as having lost the first leg 2-0 at home they stormed back to win 3-0 at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium (or Whaddon Road for those that remember that!). Harry played in both legs, coming on as a 76th minute substitute in the first leg and in the 84th minute in the second. 

There was local heartache in the Cheltenham Town camp however, as their Assistant Manager is Russell Milton, who was born in Folkestone and is well known in the area for his spells at Arsenal and Dover Athletic, whilst former Hythe Town striker Alfie May played a part in both legs, coming on in the 74th minute of the first leg and playing the full ninety minutes in the second. 

‘The Grecians’ also came back from a first leg deficit, as having lost 1-0 at Colchester United (who finished 6th with a PPG total of 72.11), they won 3-1 (after extra time) at St. James Park to secure a Final berth.

It will be certainly be a strange atmosphere with a game played in an empty stadium that normally has a capacity of around 90,000!

 

The image above shows Harry scoring the third goal in a 3-1 Isthmian League victory over Kent neighbours Sittingbourne in February 2016. Picture by Gary Browne.