Cutters manager not satisfied by winning sequence in the league
CUTTERS Friday boss Neil Soper watched his side claim their fifth successive league victory last weekend and then said: "We can do a lot better."
Cutters edged Clevedon United 5-4 in a thrilling match to move up to second place – only two points behind leaders Berrow.
"I'm pleased with the results, of course," said Soper. "We haven't been playing our best football by any means, but what we have been is consistent. We're finding ways to win and the boys can take a lot of credit for that.
"We've also become relatively difficult to beat, although there are spells in games where we take our foot off the pedal and give our opponents a chance to get back into it."
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Cutters host Minehead tomorrow with Soper having the luxury of being able to choose from an unchanged squad.
"It'll be a tough old game," added the manager. "They have been in good form over recent weeks and have been making steady progress up the table."
Cutters could end the day on top of the table if Shane Smith's Ashton & BackwellUnited side can do them a favour by beating current pacesetters Berrow.
Shirehampton will attempt to bounce back from last weekend's 4-2 defeat at the hands of Minehead when they visit Bishops Lydeard.
Clevedon United boss Stu Henley has added Cleeve West Town defender Greg Barnes to his squad ahead of tomorrow's County Cup clash against Bishop Sutton Reserves.
The manager, however, is without striker Joe Govan, who has a toe injury, and midfielder Ben Burns, who is sidelined by hamstring trouble, as his side bid to make progress in the competition.
"We're enjoying this little run in the cup," said Henley. "We need to start picking up a few points in the league, though, but I have been generally pleased with the performances."
Nailsea Town boss Dave Payne has signed striker Kevin Cosham from First Division club Banwell ahead of their encounter with Cleeve West Town.
Cosham goes straight into an otherwise unchanged squad, who lost at home to Street Reserves last weekend.
"We haven't been great over the last couple of games and I'd like to see some improvement," said Payne.
Nailsea United boss Mark Savage welcomes utility player Stu Lee back into his squad for the journey to Premier Division rivals Stockwood Green.
Lee returns after an absence of three weeks because of cracked ribs, but striker Ryan King misses out with a sore hamstring.