There is still everything to play for - Cambridge

PUBLISHED: 12:37 10 February 2009 | UPDATED: 15:59 11 May 2010

FOXTON boss Andy Cambridge believes the Kershaw Senior A league is still wide open as his team prepare to face Wisbech Town Reserves this weekend. After a great win against table toppers West Wratting two weeks ago, Cambridge was frustrated that the weath

FOXTON boss Andy Cambridge believes the Kershaw Senior A league is still wide open as his team prepare to face Wisbech Town Reserves this weekend.

After a great win against table toppers West Wratting two weeks ago, Cambridge was frustrated that the weather put paid to his team's chances of building on that win when their away game at Paxton was called off on Saturday.

However, his team are still second in the table and Cambridge is looking forward to what he believes will be a tough game this Saturday.

"Obviously it is frustrating not to have played [on Saturday] because we have had a couple of good results and everyone wants to keep playing while we are in form but we just have to take the games and circumstances as they happen.

"It is not an ideal situation when you can't play each week but on this occasion it is the same for all clubs and I have every confidence in the team and I know they will be keen to get going again.

"We have done quite well of late but I also think that so have most of the teams around us, possibly right down to eighth place.

"Therefore it is still wide open and as everyone has yet to play each other it could go either way.

"I think Saturday's game should be quite hard because when we played Wisbech away earlier in the season we managed to draw 1-1 and they made life difficult for us.

"They are a young and fit side and try to play football so it should be a good contest. "We will approach the game as we do every other, which is to keep improving as a team and hopefully get the win."

One or two Foxton players are currently carrying light knocks, but Cambridge hopes to have most of them back for this weekend's game.

If they win on Saturday, the three points will see them move to within just six of West Wratting who are playing in the Cliff Bullen Saturday Cup.


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