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Canterbury Hockey Club skipper Michael Farrer not ruling out a late charge to the NOW: Pensions National Premier Division play-offs

05 December 2013
by Alex Hoad


Canterbury skipper Michael Farrer

Canterbury skipper Michael Farrer

Michael Farrer admitted to frustration when he looks back at the opening half of Canterbury’s NOW: Pensions National Premier Division campaign, but has not given up on the hope of a return to the play-offs just yet.

Canterbury slipped nine-points behind the final play-off place after going down 7-4 at East Grinstead on Sunday, but Farrer hopes they can right some wrongs in their final seven games when the season resumes in February.

Farrer said: “When we look back at the season so far, there are a couple of games in particular, Hampstead, and Cannock, where we lost games we should have won.

“There were a couple more where the result really could have gone either way, so we could easily be sitting here still right in the thick of (a play-off battle).

“As it is we have seven games left, we are looking ahead, though we’ll not look at the table too much.

“There is no pressure on us and I know we are capable of winning all our remaining games, but we have to eradicate the mistakes which have cost us in the first half.”

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