Godmanchester Rovers aiming for an unbeaten end to the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division season
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Godmanchester Rovers manager Matt Clements is targeting an unbeaten climax to the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division season.
Third-placed Rovers saw their 10-game league winning streak come to an end when held to a goalless draw at Felixstowe & Walton last Saturday before an Easter Monday home clash against Newmarket was postponed.
Rovers have nine matches remaining - starting with a trip to Whitton today - as they bid to earn promotion.
Their own ground has provisionally passed an FA inspection to meet higher-level criteria, but their fate is likely to lie in the hands of leaders Norwich United unless they can wipe out a 16-point gap.
Clements said: “The title is Norwich United’s to lose, but they could slip up and we have to be ready to pounce if that does happen.
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“The aim is to go unbeaten from here. If we do that we will be in a good position to repeat the runners-up finish of last season.
“The club were 26 points behind Norwich United last term and the aim is to be considerably closer this time around.
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“Promotion would be a fantastic achievement, but that will probably depend on others.”
Norwich United and second-placed Stanway passed their ground-grading checks earlier this week.