Have your sayJason Kilbride has kicked off the new year on top form – despite concerns over his fitness. Just a couple of days before Deeping Rangers’ first home game of 2018, he didn’t seem ready to play a key role again. On his Twitter account, he wrote: ‘Can’t remember what it feels like to be injury free. Muscle strains left right and centre #niggles #oldman’Well, Saturday’s man-of-the-match display makes you wonder what the standard will be like if Kilbride is fully fit!
Have your sayMichael Goode won’t talk about the title race – but Deeping Rangers look ready to make a challenge. The Clarets took their points total past the half-century mark by moving into third place thanks to Saturday’s home win over Kirby Muxloe. Last season’s runners-up have three games in hand over league leaders Newport Pagnell Town to close the eight-point gap. Goode said: “We need to look after ourselves and we’ve done that again.
Boss Michael Goode insists Deeping Rangers can’t consider being part of the title race until they regain top form. The Clarets climbed into fifth place with a 4-2 victory at 10-man Wellingborough Town. It was Deeping’s first league win on a Saturday for just over two months since they came from behind at Harborough Town with two late goals. Goode reflected: “We just needed three points and the performance wasn’t important.
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