TENBURY coach Andy Black insists there will be no pressure on his players when they take on Ross-on-Wye in the North Midlands Vase on Saturday.

The Midlands Four West (South) side were beaten 15-0 by Penlu visitors Coventry Welsh at the weekend – meaning it is nearly six hours since they last scored a try – but that game ended a run of matches against the league’s leading clubs.

“We always knew we were in for a difficult few weeks but we’ve played the top teams now,” Black said.

“We played very well and contained them better than we did at the start of the season.

"It’s just that we were unable to cross the line which was frustrating.

“Our defence was excellent but they finally found a chink in our armour to score a second try and wrap things up.”

Black is hoping that against Ross he will be able to give some game time to players who have missed out in recent weeks.

“They play in a higher league than ourselves but we always seem to draw them in the cup and we always have a fair contest with them,” he added.

“Our aim will be to go out and enjoy the game and maybe give some game time to those who have been on the bench.”

Clee Hill take on Chaddesley Corbett in the same competition on Saturday and will be looking to build on their good form which continued with the 37-15 defeat of Bloxwich in Midlands Four West (North) at the weekend.

There were two tries from Charlie Evans with Richard Wozencroft, Steve Adams and George Evans bagging the others while Tom Evans kicked 12 points.