MATCH PREVIEWS: SEASON FINALE

There are just two massive games left for Bristol Manor Farm as they travel to Tavistock and Frome, and Jack Davies gives us the lowdown.

Farm could barely be doing anymore in their push for the play-offs, with eight wins in their last nine games. Despite the near perfect form, Farm will need to keep that momentum going if they want the season to go beyond Saturday teatime. Ollie Woodhouse was named player of the season after Saturday’s win. The defender scored an incredible third goal in four games, to celebrate. The young player of the year went to his centre-back partner Harry Lucas, who’s heroic goal line clearance set the platform for Saturday’s big win.

Tavistock were right up there for much of the season but just one win in eight means they’ll have to settle for top half as best. Their recent run hasn’t been helped by fixture congestion and they’ll go into this one having already played a game this midweek. Despite that they will ultimately be a huge threat. Striker Liam Prynn has had another excellent season and captain Ed Harrison always carry a threat.

Frome have been in a titanic tussle for the title all season but will need a minor miracle to get their hands on the trophy. A late equaliser from Wimborne at Frome at the weekend, means they’ll need a midweek defeat for their rivals to have a title to fight for by the time they meet Farm on Saturday. Should Wimborne getting any more than a point in their last two games, Frome may well have one eye on the play offs come Saturday, but Farm should expect no favours from a quality outfit. Kane Simpson headlines a cast of firepower including James Ollis and Joe Budd.

Tavistock Factfile:

Nickname – The Lambs
Manager – Stuart Henderson
Stadium – Langsford Park
Star man – Liam Prynn
Last season – 6th
Fun fact – They have won the Bedford Cup 11 times.

Frome Factfile:

Nickname – The Robins
Manager – Danny Greaves
Stadium – Badgers Hill
Star man – Kane Simpson
Last season – 8th
Fun fact – Their record attendance is 8000 back in the 1950s.