Alex Bradley, Jack Diamond and Kian Harratt to see out Harrogate Town's promotion push

Alex Bradley, Jack Diamond and Kian Harratt will stay at Harrogate Town for their push for promotion to the Football League, along with returning loanees Scott Brown and Joe Leesley.
STAYING: Kian Harratt is on loan from Huddersfield TownSTAYING: Kian Harratt is on loan from Huddersfield Town
STAYING: Kian Harratt is on loan from Huddersfield Town

Manager Simon Weaver has named a 20-man squad for the Conference play-offs, which for them start with a home semi-final on July 25.

Harrogate, who were second in the table when the season was abandoned, will host the winners of Boreham Wood and Halifax Town for the right to play at Wembley seven days later. Victory there would put them in the Football League for the first time.

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Lincoln City, Sunderland and Huddersfield Town respectively have allowed the on-loan trio of Bradley, Diamond and Harratt to complete the season. Liam Agnew will remain on loan at Gateshead, who are involved in the Conference North play-offs, along with York City.

Striker Aaron Martin could make his debut having joined just before the lockdown.

SQUAD: James Belshaw, Ryan Fallowfield, Josh Falkingham, Warren Burrell, George Thomson, Jack Emmett, Mark Beck, Joe Leesley, Joe Cracknell, Brendan Kiernan, Alex Bradley, Jon Stead, Lloyd Kerry, Jack Muldoon, Connor Hall, Scott Brown, Will Smith, Jack Diamond, Aaron Martin, Kian Harratt.

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