Spalding RFC v Coalville RFC (Saturday, 2.15pm): TOWN have been warned that their momentous win at Paviors will mean nothing if they’re beaten at the Memorial Field this weekend.
Spalding beat Midlands One East promotion hopefuls Paviors last Saturday to record their first away win in the league for almost a year.
Skipper Harry Sharman hopes the result is a turning point, but warned of complacency against relegation rivals Coalville.
He said: “If we lose on Saturday, we may as well have not beaten Paviors.
“It’s important that we make it back-to-back wins and keep building up our confidence.
“I see no reason why we can’t beat Coalville if we play anything like last weekend.
“There’s a continuity about the side now and we’re really reaping the rewards.”
Spalding go into the clash four points clear of their second-from-bottom visitors, with Jimmy Rowlands their only fresh absentee.