Beverley Town Football Club return to action this Saturday as they travel to Wolfreton School to face Hessle Rangers in the Humber Premier League.
Despite losing their first game of the season to champions Chalk Lane, Town have responded well winning their last two games beating both Walkington and Hornsea.
Currently fifth in the Humber Premier League Town’s manager Rich Jagger will be confident his side can get a result this weekend and extend their winning run.
Speaking to HU17.net ahead of the game he said;
“I am very pleased with the start we have made to the new season. It could have been even better had we got the result I felt we deserved against Chalk Lane.”
“We go into this match looking to build on a what was a good win on Tuesday against Hornsea. We were in total control throughout that game scoring five goals.”
“While I am confident we beat Hessle Rangers, we have to be cautious. They have been out bogie side and we have come unstuck against them a few times in recent seasons. That said I think we have enough in this squad to get the win.”
“The main thing I will be telling the players before they go on the field is not to take this game lightly, we need to stay focused and get all three points.”
Jagger will be a missing a string of players including Jamie Mist, Dan McHale, Karl Fitzgerald and Eric Gardham so will need to look to his squad to fill those gaps.
Town’s possitive start to the new season has left Jagger and his side in a confident mood and optimistic they can challenge for the title.
“This season the league will be more competitive. Although its early I think the title will be won by either Pocklington Town, Chalk Lane or Beverley Town. Other sides have continued to improve, the likes of South Cave could find themselves in the mix too.”
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