Wednesday July 03, 2019
CRADLEY make the long trip to the Isle of Wight for more National League action on Thursday – with a caretaker team manager!

Connor Dugard, the former Eastbourne boss, has agreed to deputise for Will Pottinger who is unavailable.
And skipper Max Clegg says points on the road are no vital for the Anchor Logistics Heathens after two home defeats this season.
“We’ve got to pick up points in away meetings but we know it won’t be easy,” he said. “The Isle of Wight is a big track and we have already been there once this season so let’s hope we can make it count.
“It was nice to get a win under our belt at home on Monday night but we do need to target points away from home if we’re to have any chance of pinching a play-off place.
“I’m happy with my own form and I’m working hard to help the rest of the boys, they are all working hard to score as many points as possible.
“It was vital for us to win like we did on Monday and it would be great to do something similar down at their place.”
Cradley are unchanged from their win over the Warriors on Monday, but the home side have drafted in Scott Campos to return to the club and he takes his place at No.3.
ISLE OF WIGHT: Georgie Wood, Chad Wirtzfeld, Scott Campos, Danno Verge, Ben Morley, Connor King, Chris Widman.
CRADLEY: Max Clegg, Tom Spencer, Danny Halsey, Luke Harris, Jack Smith, Sheldon Davies, Harry McGurk.

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