Spennymoor are one game away from joining Blyth Spartans in the National League North. Picture: Twitter @SpennymoorTown

Spennymoor Town defeated Nantwich Town 2-0 on Tuesday night to reach the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League play-off final.

The Moors overcame poor weather conditions at The Brewery Field to set up a play-off final clash with Stourbridge after second-half goals from Kallum Griffiths and Andrew Johnson.

The victory leaves the North East side just one match away from promotion to the National League North, where they could join Blyth Spartans, who beat them to the league title.

Spennymoor manager Jason Ainsley said: “I am delighted for everyone concerned with the club.

“We have got through a very tough game in horrendous conditions and we are one step closer to achieving our goal which is fantastic.

“This is the highest position that the club have ever been in so we are very pleased with that.

“To achieve promotion would be my greatest achievement as a manager in what has been a successful period for Spennymoor Town.”

Midfielder Jamie Chandler felt the strength of Spennymoor’s squad would be important when they face Stourbridge in front of their home crowd.

He said: “I think the squad were disappointed to not win the league.

“However, our determination and spirit shown against Nantwich shows we are desperate to get the job done in the play-off final and get to the next level.

“We can take a lot of pride from finishing second and reaching the FA Cup first round but I genuinely believe there is more to come from us.

“The togetherness we have will be key to getting promoted.”