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Roms Relish Chance to Play at Lynn

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In-form Romulus will relish the prospect of playing in front of a big crowd at King`s Lynn Town this weekend, according….

…..to the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League First Division South club`s boss Richard Evans.

Evans takes his charges to Norfolk on the back of four wins in five games in all competitions and with the Linnets attracting the best crowds in the division, Evans insists his men will enjoy the buoyant atmosphere at The Walks.

“Our lads will love all that and we won’t go into the match with any fear, it is all down to what we do on the day – we know a little bit about them and what they will be doing.”

The Roms then face another tough trip on Tuesday night, travelling to Mickleover Sports where they won 3-0 in the FA Trophy three weeks ago.

Evans added: “We’re having a lot of away games at the moment but it is a good test of our current form and with confidence high we will be looking to keep that consistency in our performance.

“They will both be tough away games but we have proved we can cope – we’ll be looking to keep it tight and see how we go.”

The two away days come on the back of a pair of cup wins at home for Romulus in the last week, beating Rainworth Miners Welfare 2-0 in the next stage of the FA Trophy before a 4-1 success over Causeway United in the Birmingham Senior Cup.

“We played well in both games,” Evans said “we created plenty of chances and despite letting them in a little bit at the other end a couple of times we were deserving of the wins.”

In the Second Qualifying Round of the Trophy, Romulus will host league rivals Hucknall Town, who sit second bottom of the NPL First Division South, at the end of October with Evans fairly content with the draw.

“It is at home, that is the main thing – it does help having played them and knowing what they are about but they have won two tough games to get here like we have and it’s down to how we turn up on the day.”

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