NEIL Shillingford says it's vital Dudley Kingswinford stick to their gameplan when they battle Syston for promotion this Saturday.

They will welcome their East counterparts to Heathbrook (3pm kick-off) with the winner clinching a rise to the Midlands Premier division.

DK secured a home play-off tie thanks to last Saturday's 57-17 success over Lutterworth.

Shillingford is keen for his side to continue with their attacking brand of rugby against their promotion rivals.

He said: "I think we have the sort of game that can cause them problems but we have to make sure we execute that on Saturday.

"The key now is that we don't change anything for a one-off game and just continue what we've been doing all season.

"Playing at home is a massive advantage for us as well. We just need to go out and make sure we play our own game."

On the Lutterworth win, he added: "It was good to get the bonus point we were after and we did it well in the end.

"You could see their was a bit of pressure on because a few of the guys were looking a bit tense and we were maybe just trying to force it a little.

"Once we got in at half time we out everything right and did well in the second half. Our fitness also told as well because it was such a hot day.

"We needed to get the job done and we did that and can now look forward to a big day."

DK will be without the absent Jordan Brookes this weekend but have no major injury issues.