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Tonbridge Angels boss Tommy Warrilow wants to get back on winning trail with derby win over Maidstone

Tonbridge Angels manager Tommy Warrilow
Tonbridge Angels manager Tommy Warrilow

Tonbridge boss Tommy Warrilow hopes three points in Saturday's derby at home to Maidstone will blow away the frustration of his side’s recent results.

Angels have drawn three in a row and only won one of their last six games after Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Kingstonian and Monday night’s stalemate at Wealdstone, which left them fourth in Ryman League, Premier Division – 11 points behind the leaders.

However Warrilow (pictured) said: "There are 10 games to go and we control our own destiny. We are all frustrated with the draws but we have only lost three of our last 24 games. That is a fantastic run.

"We have got to start enjoying it – we could be much worse off. We could be in a relegation battle or with nothing to play for in mid-table. We have got to make the most of the good times when they are here."

Warrilow’s side host Stones with Jay May set to line-up against his former team-mates a little over a week since he was released by Tonbridge to make room for Carl Rook.

Ade Olorunda (head) and Jon Heath (hip) could return but Lee Browning (knee) is unlikely to be fit.

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