TENBURY Town boss Keiran Fish admits he doesn’t know if his side will be ‘at the races’ at Malvern Town Reserves on Saturday – because that’s exactly where they will be the previous day.

Several of Town’s players are attending the Cheltenham Festival on Friday, and Fish says the club has left it too late to seek a rearrangement.

Town recently moved off the foot of the Herefordshire Premier and with basement side Kington losing last weekend, Fish does not want to concede ground by risking a point deduction.

Fish admitted: “It’s pretty much our whole team, bar three or four, who are going and if we tried to cancel the game it would possibly mean getting docked points.

“So we will just have to grin and bear it and a few might have sore heads! I don’t know what state everybody will be in!”

Clee Hill United resume their Herefordshire Premier title push at home to Kingstone Rovers on Saturday after Tenbury United cancelled last weekend’s derby due to a lack of players.

Elsewhere, Brown Clee’s Shropshire Premier Cup dreams bit the dust as they lost 3-0 at home to Oakengates in the quarter-finals.