ACCRINGTON Stanley FC will be the new home for Great Harwood Town over the next week.
Harwood face Nantwich on Saturday (3pm) and then face NWCL Division One leaders Fleetwood on Wednesday night (Ko 7.45pm) at the Interlink Express.
And Harwood are hoping that the Stanley fans will turn up and cheer on the league's bottom club.
"Accrington Stanley have been good to us," said chairman Bill Holden, after the Showground changing rooms and club house were destroyed in an arson attack on Monroes nightclub next door.
"We are hoping we can use their ground for the remaining home fixtures and they have said they will see what they can do. That is good for us as it is a great ground, it will keep things together for us and maybe some of the Accrington fans will turn up and help us.
"They have in the past - when we were hit by Foot and Mouth a few years ago - and hopefully they will come again."
And the chairman is hopeful his side can get out of the bottom spot - despite the temporary loss of top strikers Paul Mashiter and John Eastham.
"We would be more optimistic with those two. Now it makes it harder but there is still plenty of hope," he said.
Harwood boss Dave Sharples must have thought it was finally his day on Saturday when his side raced into a 2-0 lead against Atherton LR
Denis Hill scored his first goal for Harwood and Liam McManus slotted home his fifth of the season. But the boss came back down to earth with a bump as Atherton then fired home five goals to grab the three points.
They will hope for a better show on Saturday with new signings James Thompson from Castleton Gabriels and striker Paul Nelson from Trafford.
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