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Match Preview: Stevenage vs Harrogate Town

23 September 2022

Jim Steele

Stevenage return to Sky Bet League Two action as Simon Weavers’ Harrogate Town come to The Lamex Stadium this Saturday…

Steve Evans’ men look to make it ten wins in ten at The Lamex Stadium as the side sit fourth in Sky Bet League Two. Last time out, Boro won 3-0 in the Papa John’s Trophy against League One Wycombe Wanderers through goals from Danny Rose and Terence Vancooten.


Harrogate Town are currently playing in their third campaign in the English Football League, after promotion from the National League in 2020. So far this season, The Sulphurites have won two games from nine, drawing two and losing five which sees them sitting in 18th place. The North Yorkshire side have scored six goals in the league so far, conceding eleven.

Harrogate boss Simon Weaver is the longest serving manager in the EFL having joined in 2009. At the time of his appointment, the club were in the National League North and had never reached the fifth tier of English football. That was until 2018 when Weaver guided them to the National League via the play-offs.

The Sulphurites have failed to win in their last five Sky Bet League Two outings, with their most recent victory coming away to Gillingham in August. Matty Daly and Alex Pattison contributed to a 2-0 win in Kent to get the side's only away win so far this season.


Despite there being just four past meetings between the sides, Boro are able to boast a strong record. Stevenage are yet to fall to defeat against Harrogate or even concede a goal. There have been two 0-0 draws away from home but Boro have a 100%-win record against The Sulphurites at The Lamex.

In January 2022, Jake Taylor, Jake Reeves and Luke Norris all found their names on the scoresheet as Boro won 3-0 against Harrogate in front of The Lamex Stadium crowd.


Sam Allison has been appointed Match Referee for this fixture with Leigh Crowhurst and Gareth Viccars as Assistants and Christopher Wade as Fourth Official. Allison has handed out two red cards in five EFL fixtures this season.


THIS SATURDAY! Stevenage host Harrogate Town in Sky Bet League Two with tickets available from £18 Adults, £15 Concessions, £10 Under 18s and £5 Under 12s.

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Match Reports

Report: Stevenage 1-0 Harrogate Town

24 September 2022

Jim Steele

Dan Sweeney's late header results in a well-deserved three points for Stevenage...

Looking to continue the impressive 100%-win record at The Lamex Stadium this season, Boro were met with Simon Weaver’s Harrogate Town. Steve Evans made just two changes from Tuesday’s 3-0 victory against Wycombe with Taye Ashby-Hammond and Carl Piergianni returning to the starting eleven.

After six minutes, Stevenage were under some real pressure as a loose pass in defence was picked up by Harrogate’s Josh Coley. The forward appeared destined to score but his attempted chip was superbly denied by the strong hand of Taye Ashby-Hammond.

Boro looked the side on top over the next ten minutes with wing-backs Kane Smith and Max Clark aiming to send balls into the box, with Norris and Rose lurking. Eventually a clear-cut chance arose as Danny Rose laid the ball off to Alex Gilbey whose effort inside the box was well kept out by Pete Jameson.

Stevenage were quietly knocking on the door throughout the first thirty-five minutes but failed to really test the visiting goalkeeper. Luke Norris sent the ball into the area but Pete Jameson collected.

Norris was amongst the action again moments later as Max Clark delivered the ball over to the back post with Norris heading just wide.

Boro certainly upped the tempo in the closing stages of the half, but the ball just seemingly refused to hit the back of the net. First, Luke Norris’ header was saved before Jake Taylor latched onto the rebound, but once again the Harrogate stopper was there to deny.

The second half got underway, and Stevenage were now attacking in front of the travelling Harrogate support. Kane Smith’s left-footed cross found Jake Taylor in the box, but his headed effort was caught by Jameson.

Kane Smith appeared to be a creative threat for Stevenage down the right-hand side as his frequent crosses caused some problems. His delivery ten minutes into the half got the seated Boro fans on the edge of their seat, but it somehow flew past everyone and out for a goal-kick.

Just after the hour mark, Steve Evans made four changes in a bid to win the game. Luke Norris, Dean Campbell, Jake Taylor and Max Clark were replaced by Jamie Reid, Jake Reeves, Jordan Roberts and Saxon Earley.

Jamie Reid almost made an immediate impact moments later as he cut onto his left, fooling two Harrogate defenders, before his effort was deflected out for a corner.

With twenty minutes to go, it was becoming a mystery as to how the ball hadn’t hit the back of the Harrogate net. Danny Rose’s header was punched out to Dan Sweeney whose effort was miraculously saved, before Carl Piergianni fired over the bar. Stevenage fans were stunned.

The mystery continued soon after. Danny Rose’s cross hit the post as the ball then hit a Harrogate defender, bounced off the crossbar and then onto the line as Boro fans were in shock after not witnessing a goal. The score somehow remained goalless.

Ten minutes remained and Boro were throwing absolutely everything at the Harrogate defence. Kane Smith delivered yet another ball into the box, but Danny Rose’s header was tipped wide of the post.

Finally, an enormous sigh of relief surrounded The Lamex Stadium as Stevenage got their well-deserved winner in the ninetieth minute. Alex Gilbey’s sublime cross found centre-back Dan Sweeney in the box who nodded home to give Stevenage all three points on a day which looked destined to end in frustration.

A dominant performance which could’ve resulted in far more goals for Stevenage, but three points is all that matters.

Attendance: 2,547 with 75 away supporters.

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Tickets cheaper when bought in-advance vs Harrogate Town

23 September 2022

Stevenage take on Harrogate Town at The Lamex Stadium in Sky Bet League Two on Saturday 24th August 2022 at 3pm...

Supporters who purchase their tickets Online or In-Advance of a match will qualify for cheaper, ‘Online/In-Advance' prices. Those purchasing in-person on the day of the match (Via the Ticket Office) will be subject to 'Matchday/In-Person' prices.

Match tickets must be purchased before reaching the turnstiles either online or from the North Stand Ticket Office (Home) or West Stand Ticket Office (Away) on the day of the game.

  Adult OIA: Adult MIP:  Conc OIA: Conc MIP: U18 OIA: U18 MIP: U12 OAI: U12 MIP:
East:  £18 £20 £15 £17 £10 £12 £5 £5
West: £22 £24 £20 £22 £14 £16 £8 £10
North: £22 £24 £20 £22 £14 £16 £8 £10
South (Away): £22 £24 £20 £22 £14 £16 £8 £10

Key: OIA = 'Online/In-Advance'. MIP = 'Matchday/In-Person'. For Age Category information, click here.

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