Rainworth are keen to 'entertain'
RAINWORTH MW manager Kevin Gee is looking for his 'entertainers' to do the business again at Sutton Coldfield Town tomorrow in Evo-Stik Division One South.
The Wrens will be visiting the Coles Lane artificial surface for the third time this year after two earlier matches against the Royals' ground-sharers Romulus, and will be seeking their first league double of the current campaign, having beaten the Birmingham area side at home on the first day of the season.
Prior to that occasion, manager Gee rated the Royals as potential play-off candidates, and although they made a slow start they are now well up among the front runners.
And Gee said: "We have already played on their artificial surface twice and we train on one once a week, so we are not unused to it, but we know Sutton are a very good side indeed.
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"We know, too, that they will not be making the mistake of under-estimating us.
"I know their manager well, and know they are a physically strong and well-organised side.
"But we are also now on a new run of three games unbeaten."
Last Saturday's 4-2 home victory over Mickleover Sports marked the half-way point of the season and, reflecting on that game and the Wrens' season so far, Gee said: "I think we should change our name to The Entertainers, because we are creating a lot of chances, and when we take those chances we tend to win matches.
"On Saturday we scored four times, but we needed to do so to win the game.
"The lads travelled up to Leeds for their Christmas party afterwards and went in high spirits after the win.
"The togetherness within the club is fantastic and, although I had to make some tough decisions in terms of personnel, we've got a rock solid group. We still need to find a sharper cutting edge, so I'm still looking to strengthen the squad – but I want players who want to come and play for us and who will strengthen the team."