Wall looking for another proud performance
COACH Chris Wall hopes his Cullompton players will put in another performance they can be proud of when they head to Old Redcliffians this weekend.
After a three-game losing streak, Cully got back to winning ways against Oldfield Old Boys after a display which Wall felt showed they were playing for each other and the club.
They didn't get a chance to build on that last Saturday as the scheduled home game with fourth-placed Thornbury was postponed at 8am because of snow.
But Wall is hoping for better luck at Bristol-based Old Redcliffians, who sit third in the table.
"The results in the league show that teams are stronger at home than they are away," he said. "For some reason, whether it's because the pressure is off, the boys seem to play a bit better away from home.
"We won our last game but we lost the three before that so we are just looking for some more results.
"We have got to get back to being proud of our performance, like we were in our last game, and being able to look each other in the eye when we come off the pitch. If we get the performance right the result should look after itself."
Wall has a few players coming back into contention, including Ross Toms, Alex Brooks and Max Richards, who has recently returned to the club.
However, as none of the club's teams played last weekend, no players got a chance to press their claims for selection.
"It's another week for the boys to get back fit but there have been no games for anyone to challenge for a first-team spot," said Wall.
"Training will be an opportunity for the boys to try to impress and we'll go from there."