DUDLEY Kingswinfrod will take their play-off push to local rivals Stourbridge Lions this Saturday.

DK remain in second place thanks to a 5-15 win over Stoke at Heathbrook last weekend.

The victory leaves matters firmly in DK's hands heading into the final two games of the campaign.

The first of those two games sees them having to do battle with the Lions at Stourton Park.

DK director of rugby Neil Shillingford wants his players to stay focused during the derby clash.

He said: "We know it's going to be tough. It's another local derby and they are going to want to try and stop our charge.

"We need to make sure we don't get caught up in the occasion too much and just keep focusing on getting that bonus point.

"We'll be playing on the plastic but it isn't a concern because we go into it on the back of a good performance against Bridgnorth in the cup final."

Only Matt Perks is absent for the game.

On the win over Stoke, he added: "They are a decent side and slow the ball down at the breakdown, which we didn't cope well with in the first half.

"We spoke about it at half time and put a few things right and were very good in the second half."