Stratford RFC must focus on themselves and not Ludlow, warns captain
Published: 14:04, 06 April 2022
| Updated: 14:10, 06 April 2022
SKIPPER Matt Cook has warned Stratford must focus on themselves and not Ludlow as the race for a top four finish between the two clubs nears its climax.
The Black and Whites drew 24-24 with high-flying Kenilworth on Saturday, their second stalemate in a row. Cook, Jo Cook, Charlie Powell and Dave Pritchard got the tries, while Nathan Geekie kicked the extras.
With Ludlow beating Old Halesonians 38-0, they opened up a two-point cushion over Stratford going into the penultimate round of fixtures. Stratford head to league leaders Lichfield while Ludlow host third-placed Stoke.