Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Carew Look to Build on Positive Result

Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Carew Look to Build on Positive Result

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Byline: STEVE CLARKE

SEATON Carew recorded only their second win of the season last Saturday at Marske, but this crucial victory was enough to prise themselves, out of the bottom two relegation places.

They have only lost five times out of 12 games in this season's campaign, but have drawn five, which has not really accumulated many points for the team.

However, the character in the team is shining through and they are determined to climb the table.

Tomorrow, they welcome Middlesbrough to Hornby Park, with a nine-point cushion over Guisborough, who they leap-frogged over, following that win last Saturday.

Skipper Paul Braithwaite said: "We will look to build on that positive result as we host Middlesbrough, with Matthew Skirving and Jack Turnbull both returning to the team."

Team Manager Mick Black said, "Usman Arshad is playing brilliantly at the moment and the team is punching above its weight, as we have limited resources and cannot afford an English professional. The spirit in the camp is excellent and I believe that is helped by the local lads we have in the team, who have come through our junior ranks."

Mick added: "Paul himself is coming back to full fitness and finding form, so at the moment it's looking good. We want to capitalise on Boro's recent form, as they have not won in the league since the middle of May."

Boro's Sam Gaudie is unavailable, but Paul Johnston comes back into the team.

Guisborough themselves are determined to get out of trouble, when they entertain Stokesley at Fountains Garth.

Director of Cricket Chris Nicholls was in a thoughtful mood earlier in the week: "As a team, we need to start converting the draws that we have had this season into wins and move the club out of the relegation zone. It will be a tough game against Stokesley, but on our own patch we are confident of getting the right result."

Good news for the Priorymen is that Stu Mackay and Martin Hood are both available and will go straight into the starting line-up and will certainly strengthen their team, following last week's losing draw at Great Ayton. …

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