DAVENTRY TOWN: Foster tells Town to focus on final day fun

HOME COMFORT - action from Daventry Town's 2-1 win over Fleet Town at Communications Park last weekend (Picture: Ian Spencer)
HOME COMFORT - action from Daventry Town's 2-1 win over Fleet Town at Communications Park last weekend (Picture: Ian Spencer)
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Darran Foster wants his Daventry Town players to go out and enjoy their final-day game against Guildford City on Saturday.

Town travel to Surrey for the last game of their Southern League season, having narrowly missed out on a play-off place.

Foster’s side have claimed an impressive 76 points from their 41 league games, but will not make it into the top five due to the fine records of the current incumbents.

And with the pressure off, the manager wants his players to make the most of their final match of the season.

“We’re going to go and enjoy it,” said Foster.

“We know it will be a hard game, but we just want to make it an enjoyable trip and an enjoyable last day of the season.

“We’ve done tremendously well and we’ve been on a really good run.

“The lads have never given up. They’ve stuck at it.”