Gee glad of enforced break to get squad fully fit
RAINWORTH MW manager Kevin Gee insists that his side will prepare fully for tomorrow's Evo-Stik NPL Division One South match at Lincoln United even though it seems to have little prospect of going ahead.
As with all other clubs who have been hit by the wintry blast over the last couple of weeks, it has been a frustrating time for Gee and his men, but they have been making the best of it.
Gee explained: "We've managed to get indoors at Garibaldi College and the River Maun Sports Centre at Ravensdale to do some spinning, circuit work and a running session, which is not ideal. But it is still important that we keep the basic fitness levels up while we undergo the enforced break.
"The chances of the Lincoln game being on are slim, but we will prepare for the game as usual and await confirmation as to whether the game is on.
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"On the up side, the break has enabled us to get the whole squad, even though a small one, back to full fitness, and with a number of 'seven days' being put in and, of course, also being received, there may be a bit of movement both ways once we resume our league programme."
One departure this week has been defender Lee Cooksey who has returned to Shefffield.
If the game at Ashby Avenue goes ahead, Lincoln will be looking to complete a league double.
Having made a poor start to the season, they achieved their first win of the campaign at Kirklington Road with a 4-3 scoreline.
On Tuesday, weather permitting, the Wrens will be bidding for a place in the quarter-final of the Doodson Sport Cup when they visit Premier Division neighbours Eastwood Town.
Rainworth's Notts Senior Cup round three match at Central Midlands Newark Town has been brought forward to Tuesday, February 5 so as not to clash with England's televised international against Brazil on the Wednesday.