Worksop Town supporters can now vote for their player of the month by clicking the link at the bottom of this article.
Here is a recap of the month to help with your decision:
The Tigers were unbeaten in February, collecting 15 points out of 15 in the League, as well as progressing to the next stage of the League Cup.
The month started with a trip to Garforth Town. Kyle Jordan got the ball rolling with a confidently taken spot-kick before we were pegged back with a Williams equaliser before the break. Matt Sykes got the eventual winner as he was on hand to fire home on the hour mark.
Then it was a double trip to Muglet Lane to face Maltby Main. On both occasions, the Tigers came out winners and really limited the hosts.
First up was the League Cup tie which went to extra-time, but Mitchell sprung up to win the game in the 100th minute. Steven Wankiewicz got the first.
Frontman Mitchell was on the scoresheet once again in the League fixture as he and Sykes scored in the first half, which allowed the Tigers to hold onto the ball in the second period and starve Main of possession.
Bottesford Town were next on the fixture list. Sykes opened the scoring two minutes in with a rocket of a penalty before Lee Hill nodded in a brace. Bowskin got a consolation late on but the Tigers saw out the match.
The Tigers outclassed their opponents in their next fixture as they beat Knaresborough Town 4-1 with Sykes, Steve McDonnell, Mitchell, and new signing Lynton Karkach all getting on the scoresheet.
The last game of the month saw us travel to bottom-of-the-table Harrogate Railway Athletic. Mitchell prodded home on the half-hour mark and Sykes popped up on the stroke of the 90 to confirm the win after a tough game.
Here are the nominees:
The recipient of last month’s award, Sykes is proving to be a big driving force in our battle for promotion. In February, Sykes notched five goals in six appearances.
While the Tigers have been busy up front, Reay has been instrumental in between the sticks to keep our opponents out by producing some magnificent saves. He also saved a penalty against Ex-Tiger Jordan Turner in our Cup tie.
Mitchell has scored some vital goals this month to either score the winner against Maltby in the League Cup, or break the deadlock against Maltby Main and Harrogate. The striker has netted four goals this month.
Lee has had his playing time stunted due to a knee injury he picked up against Thackley AFC last month. He came back into the picture once fit and had grasped his chance by bursting down the left and delivering some fantastic crosses, putting in some great challenges, and netting a double against Bottesford Town.
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