HARROGATE Town will have to wait until Saturday October 22 for their next Blue Square North encounter, at Worcester City.
Town entered their mini-break on a high after beating Gainsborough 2-1 at home on Saturday.
The break is a chance for Simon Weaver’s troops to get over any niggling injuries, although midfielder Adam Nowakowski could have to wait a while longer.
It was thought Adam had broken his tibia in the game against Vauxhall Motors but he has since been diagnosed with grade three ligament damage, which could keep him out for up to three months.
Meanwhile central defender Danny Stimpson has undergone an operation on his cruciate ligament.
On the transfer front, Town are hoping to bring Harrogate Railway striker Paul Beesley across town to join the club.
Weaver last week brought Bradford City midfielder Luke Dean, 20, on loan to Wetherby Road.
AFC Telford striker Alex Meechan, 31, who scored in Saturday’s win over Gainsborough. also joins on loan.
Midfielder Michael Tait has gone back on loan to former club Blyth Spartans for a month.