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Top four target is still the aim for Stratford

STRATFORD’S head of coaching is confident that the Swans Nest Lane side is still on target for at least a top four finish in the Warwickshire League Premier Division.

Josh Hickman was speaking after Saturday’s losing draw with Walmley and ahead of this weekend’s trip to league strugglers Rugby which marks the halfway point to the season.

He said: “Our aim at the start was to finish in the top four but I don’t see why we can’t push beyond that. It is all about stringing results together - there is still a lot of cricket to play.

“Rugby might not have had the best of starts but they do have some very good players and have been a similar team for a long time. They beat us twice last season so hopefully we can go and get a result. It is very tight in the league - we are only 21 points off second which is a win so hopefully we can get that result.”

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