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No matches so it’s back on the training ground for Bards

FRUSTRATED Stratford Town boss Gavin Hurren admits it is far from ideal having to go three weeks without a game as the Bards look to maintain their play-off push at the top of Southern League Premier Central.

Last week’s trip to fellow high-fliers Needham Market was postponed and Hurren’s side face another blank weekend following the decision by this week’s opponents Nuneaton Borough to withdraw from the league. The Bards are next in action at home to Halesowen Town on Saturday, 3rd February.

He said: “It is not ideal; the lads were in a bit of form and all were looking good after some decent results. It is frustrating but it’s something we have to deal with. What it does mean is that those who were struggling with niggles have had a chance to rest up.

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