BEN Garrity says the experience in the Warrington Town dressing room will help keep feet on the ground ahead of tomorrow’s Evo-Stik Premier Division play-off final.

Yellows travel to South Shields with the aim of moving one step closer to the National League North by securing a place in the “super play-off” against the Evo-Stik Southern Division Central winners.

After playing a starring role in Tuesday’s 4-1 semi-final win over Nantwich by scoring twice, Garrity says now is not the time for over-celebrating.

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“The dressing room was bouncing after the game,” he said.

“We couldn’t really have performed any better in the second half. I thought we battered them in the first half as well, they just got a good finish.

“Other than that, we were by far the better side and we took our chances in the second half.

“Everyone’s buzzing, but it’s not over yet.

“We’ve got a tough game on Saturday. We’ve beaten them before and now we have to beat them again.

“All season, playing with the likes of Robbo (Mark Roberts), Dave Raven, Tony Gray and everyone else – they’ve got real experience.

“There’s Robbie Evans and Shaun Beeley as well – they’ve all been around so getting a bit of help off them has been massive for me.

“It’s that experience in the dressing room that will keep feet on the ground.

“Saturday will be tough but I really fancy us. If we turn up and we’re on it, we can beat anybody in this league.”

Garrity has been one of the great success stories of Yellows’ season having been spotted playing local league football in Liverpool.

However, the 21-year-old midfielder has been virtually ever-present in Paul Carden’s side and the step up in standard has proved no issue whatsoever.

His brace on Tuesday – both headers from Jack Dunn corners – took his goals tally for the season to six and he says he owes one to assistant manager Mark Beesley for some half-time advice.

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Garrity's second goal - and the wild celebrations that followed. Pictures by John Hopkins

“When we went in at half time, Bees said to get everyone under the ball and float it into the middle on those corners,” he said.

“We’ve done it twice and it’s come off twice so I’ve got to give a bit of an assist to Bees as well as Dunny for the ball in.

“It’s gone better than I could have hoped for.

“I’m gutted we haven’t won the league obviously, but we’re in the final of the play-offs so it’s been a belting season.

“The lads have had a great year. We’re a good group and hopefully we can top it off now by getting promoted.”

The Warrington Guardian will be providing live coverage of tomorrow's game.

Sports reporter Matt Turner will be at Mariner's Park and his live blog - featuring build-up, match action and post-match reaction from the Yellows camp - will be live from around 2pm.