Cradley hoping to avoid travel sickness

First published in Football

CRADLEY Town will be hoping not to experience travel sickness as they look finish their season on a high.

They now face up to a glut of games away from Beeches View Avenue as the campaign draws to a close.

Cradley, who currently sit in seventh place in the West Midland Premier, have to travel away from home in six out of their last seven fixtures.

They will head for Malvern Town this Saturday following last night's trip to Bustleholme.

Trips to Ellesmere Rangers and Smethwick Rangers follow soon after.

It is a run of games that will see The Hammers only play at home when they welcome Wolverhampton Sporting Community on April 19.

The approaching run of fixtures follows a 3-0 away loss against Wellington last Saturday.

Wellington claimed a league double over Town with the win. A turning point in the game came with Wellington 1-0 up. The referee denied Cradley a penalty after Chris Bladen was brought down in the box. To make matter worse for the visitors, Wellington went up the pitch and notched their second. A third goal ensured The Hammers would get nothing from the game.

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