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Rushall Olympic closing in on the top 10

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Rushall Olympic will have to go the extra mile if they want to break itno the top 10 of Southern Central this weekend.

Liam McDonald

The Pics make the long trip to the east coast to face relegation-threatened Lowestoft Town tomorrow (3pm), where they will be hoping to complete the double over the Trawler Boys.

Rushall go into the game on the back of a 0-0 draw against Halesowen Town last weekend and boss Liam McDonald said: “It’s going to be another tough encounter for us against a Lowestoft Town side that are desperate for the points, just as Halesowen Town were last weekend.

“It’s been a fantastic few months for us in terms of the results that we have managed to achieve and we can’t forget that – we’ve no divine right to win football matches and we have to go out there and battle for everything. We’ve done well on the road this season and now we have to make sure we approach this game in the right way and reach the high standards we have set ourselves in order to be able to add to our points tally.

“We have a points total in mind for the remainder of the season and we’ll be working hard to be able to achieve it.”

Kidderminster Harriers could take advantage of AFC Telford United being involved in FA Trophy action. Mark Yates’ side would move into the play-off positions with a win at Brackley Town tomorrow (3pm).

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