YELLOWS were on the right side of a bucking of the trend against Nantwich on Tuesday night.

Tomorrow, they aim to avoid being on the wrong end of another.

Town were winless in six games against their Cheshire neighbours before beating them 4-1 in Tuesday’s unforgettable semi-final to book a date with South Shields.

They have met the Mariners twice in their history – both games earlier this season. Here’s a look back…

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AS Yellows arrived on Tyneside on this bright February afternoon, they did so in the knowledge that nobody had left with all three points.

However, once Josh Amis and Jack Dunn had struck in quick succession, the possibility of them being the first to do so became more of a probability.

Nathan Lowe’s goal for the hosts before the break set up a second half in which Town were forced onto the back foot, but they defended their goal heroically.

> Here’s how we reported on the action

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Josh Amis and Jack Dunn score at South Shields in February. Picture by John Hopkins

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IN what was a big test of their title credentials early on in the season, Yellows passed with flying colours.

South Shields came to Cheshire top of the division and justifying their tag of pre-season favourites, but they left well beaten.

Bohan Dixon gave Town a half-time lead before debutant loanee Jake Kirby and Josh Amis struck late to secure a comfortable victory at Cantilever Park.

> Here’s how we saw that game

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Yellows celebrate Jake Kirby's goal against South Shields in September. Picture by John Hopkins

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.