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Lancashire - Our Destiny Is In Our Hands

Skipper Previews Carlisle Test

6 April 2018

Olly Lancashire has stressed that Town must keep concentrating on themselves as the race for the Play-Offs continue to hot up.

It has been a topsy-turvy season for the Reds who find themselves three points off seventh place with just six games remaining. 

However, Lancashire is only concentrating on what he and his team-mates do between now and the end of the season. 

"I'm a big believer in that you can't look at the league table until the 46-game mark," he said.

"We know what we need to do and there is a certain points total that, if we get it, then we know we'll be in the Play-Offs.

"We are still focussing on ourselves.

"Our last game against Carlisle feels a very, very long time ago.

"It has been a rollercoaster season, it has been a long season but with six games to go we're still right in there and it is very exciting. Everyone knows what is at stake now and these are big games that you want to be involved in. Saturday is big, Tuesday is big and we're looking forward to this weekend."

Olly Lancashire

 

"It was our first game of the season, there was a lot of excitement about and we did well.

"Hopefully we can do that again this weekend - we'll take the same result.

"It has been a rollercoaster season, it has been a long season but with six games to go we're still right in there and it is very exciting.

"Everyone knows what is at stake now and these are big games that you want to be involved in. Saturday is big, Tuesday is big and we're looking forward to this weekend."

Lancashire was back involved on Easter Monday following a spell out with injury, and the Skipper was just pleased to be out of the treatment room.

"I came off against Chesterfield, I tore my calf and when I came off I thought I might be out two-three weeks, but the scan on Monday revealed that it was a bit worse than we thought," he added.

"It has been a long time so it is good to be back training and back involved against Crawley on Monday.

"The first couple of weeks was letting it rest and then working with the Physio. Touch wood it has been fine so far."


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