Coleshill boss Carl wants an end to any drop fears
Writes the Coleshill Herald
COLESHILL Town boss Carl Adams has identified Saturday's home clash with Rocester as 'the most important game of the season'.
The Midland Alliance clash is the first of an Easter double-header with Coleshill travelling to title-chasing Coventry Sphinx on Easter Monday.
A win over Rocester, though, is the primary target for Adams.
He said: "If we win against Rocester on Saturday, we will move up to 46 points and I think any side would be unlucky to get relegated from that position.
"It would allow us to enjoy the remaining matches of the season and hopefully go out on a high.
"Realistically, Rocester is the one we need to target most over Easter.
"Sphinx are going for the title and are in great form so anything that we could achieve out of that game will be considered a bonus really."
Coleshill go into the Easter programme in good form themselves after picking up seven points from nine.
Last Saturday, they bagged a 3-3 draw at high-flying Tividale, only missing out on three points following a last gasp equaliser.
"If you had said to me before the game that we would get a draw at Tividale, I would have been delighted," Adams added.
"But after conceding a goal to the last kick of the game, I was a little bit gutted.
"That said, the lads have been terrific in the last few weeks and those seven points have really made a difference.
"We've made a few changes. I've slotted myself back into the side in defence and tried to organise things a bit more.
"I have to say I've really enjoyed playing again, although that's because we are winning!
"The midfield have done really well and Danny Carter has rediscovered his form in front of goal.
"We just need to try and maintain this form now for the run-in.
"Inconsistency has been the problem all season but I am hoping we have found some consistency now.
"If we can bag another win this weekend then we can start looking back up the table, rather than over our shoulder, for the remaining few games.
"Such is the tight nature of the league, we could even end up finishing in the top half of the Alliance."
Atherstone Town slipped to a 3-2 defeat at the hands of Bridgnorth on Tuesday night to remain below Coleshill.
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