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Faversham set to be at full strength for Saturday's trip to Greenwich Borough

By Josh Fordham

Faversham Town are determined to avoid their season petering out.

Town have struggled with consistency but their status in Bostik South has never been under threat, with Shoreham languishing at the foot of the table by a sizeable margin.

With 10 games left, it is about climbing the league table as much as possible.

Faversham manager Ray Turner with assistant Clive Walker Picture:Chris Davey

Assistant manager Clive Walker said: “We want to finish the season strongly.

“No one has taken us apart, really, and we’ve been unlucky in a few games and things have not gone our way.

“We want to finish as high as we can as that will help going into next season. You always try and win every football game you play.”

Next up for Town is a trip to Greenwich Borough on Saturday and they will be hoping to cause an upset.

Greenwich are flying high in fourth place and are just four points off the top spot.

Walker said: “We have got a tough game coming up against a strong side who are right up there.

“We might be at full strength for Saturday. There are a couple of players who are possibly going to be fit.”

Faversham were due to play Shoreham last Saturday but their match, like so many others, fell victim to the weather. This means it will have to be replayed on Tuesday, March 27.

Walker added: “The weather did come at the wrong time for us and you do just want to get out and play. We have been quite lucky this season as we haven’t had to play many games on a Tuesday.

“It can be hard sometimes playing those Tuesday games as people often aren’t available because of work.

“There shouldn’t be any rustiness from our players, though, despite the two-week break because we are quite late into the season now.”

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