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Leamington distance themselves from drop

Leamington ground out a third successive 1-0 win to end Saturday as close to the play-offs as the relegation zone, writes Paul Okey.

Non League
Tony Breeden acknowledges the fans after his clean sheet against Blyth.

Breeden believes Brakes have found their saviour in Udoh

Tony Breeden has picked up the headlines for his goalkeeping exploits as Leamington have distanced themselves from the drop zone with back-to-back wins.

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Paul Holleran is hoping he can enjoy the run-in with safety assured.

Holleran hoping for enjoyable end to the campaign

Leamington boss Paul Holleran is hoping his side can get the four wins he believes they need to secure their Conference North safety sooner rather than later so he can enjoy the end of the campaign.

Non League
Scott Easterlow is refusing to give up on his side's title chances.

Easterlow still thinks Racers can overhaul Walsall Wood

Racing Club Warwick boss Scott Easterlow is not giving up on his side’s title dream.

Non League
Trea Bertie scored Racing Club's opener in their 2-2 draw with Chelmsley Town on Tuesday evening.

Racing Club are unable to take advantage of nine-man Town

Racing Club’s already slender title chances suffered a further setback as they were held to a 2-2 draw by lowly Chelmsley Town, writes Paul Okey.

Wade Malley is back at Townsend Meadow.

Malley moves back to Racers from Bromsgrove

Racing Club Warwick have resigned striker Wade Malley from Midland League Premier Division leaders Bromsgrove Sporting.

Daniel Udoh and Ahmed Obeng celebrate Brakes' match-winner against Blyth. Picture: Morris Troughton

Holleran outlines 12-point plan for National League survival

Leamington boss Paul Holleran says his side cannot afford to relax despite back-to-back wins having lifted them up to 15th in the National League North.

Non League
Trea Bertie gets a shot away for Racing Club. Pictures: Morris Troughton

Strength in depth coming to the fore - Easterlow

Racing Club Warwick boss Scott Easterlow was delighted with the performances of some of his fringe players in the narrow victory over Littleton last Saturday.

Non League
Trea Bertie gets a shot away for Racing Club. Pictures: Morris Troughton

Cross penalty save makes a lot of difference against Littleton

A Tom Cross penalty save helped Racing Club grind out an ugly victory at home to Littleton on Saturday, writes Paul Okey.

Non League
Dan Udoh fires hoome the only goal of the game. Pictures: Morris Troughton

Leamington warriors overcome Spartans

Brakes won back to back games in the National League North for the first time this season as they gave their survival hopes another shot in the arm by edging out a Blyth Spartans side who had been scoring goals and picking up wins for fun in recent weeks, writes Paul Edwards.

Non League
Matty Dodd is replaced by Joe Magunda at Boston. Picture: Vince Taylor

Holleran hails positive impact of Dodd after Boston boost

Leamington boss Paul Holleran paid tribute to Matty Dodd after the returning winger helped inspire his side to only their second National League North victory since Christmas.

Non League
Rich Powell slots home Racing Club's second. Pictures: Morris Troughton

Coleman red makes win more pleasing

Racing Club Warwick dug deep to overcome a determined Copsewood, playing for more than 70 minutes with ten man after the sending-off of Jamie Coleman.

Non League
Brakes match-winner Ahmed Obeng. Picture: Vince Taylor

Obeng breathes life into Brakes’ relegation fight

Brakes proved they are far from dead and buried in terms of National League North survival as they battled their way to a much-needed three points, their first in five games on the road, writes Paul Edwards.

Non League
Scott Easterlow remains frustrated by Racing Club's lack of action.

Waterlogged pitches are taking their toll on Racers

The wet weather continues to hamper Racing Club Warwick’s charge up the Midland League Divison One table, with last Saturday’s trip to Leicester Road and Wednesday evening’s clash at Atherstone both falling victim to waterlogged pitches.

Non League
Liam Canavan draws Brakes level. Pictures: Morris Troughton

Canavan cameo is full of incident

It looked like the kind of happy accident that turns a season when Liam Canavan came on to score with his very first touch, writes Paul Okey.

Non League
Brakes boss Paul Holleran is sent to the stands. Pictures: Sally Ellis

Holleran accepts self-control must come from the top

Leamington boss Paul Holleran admitted he should set a better example to his players after being sent to the stands during his side’s visit to North Ferriby last Saturday.

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Brakes boss Paul Holleran is sent to the stands. Pictures: Sally Ellis

Ten-man Brakes frustrated at Ferriby

A point was not the result Brakes would have wanted or needed from a long trip up to North Ferriby United but it was what they were forced to settle for after a dour clash on a miserable February afternoon against an ultimately doomed but rejuvenated home side, writes Paul Edwards.

Non League
Leamington boss Paul Holleran was angered by Joe Clarke's sending off against Darlington.

Ferriby’s point at Chorley is a useful wake-up call - Holleran

Leamington boss Paul Holleran said nothing short of a victory will be acceptable at North Ferriby tomorrow.

Non League
Josh Blake got Racing Club back on level terms in the 89th minute.

Briscoe and Blake bring Racers back from the brink

Racing Club Warwick marched into the quarter-finals of the Polymac Packaging League Cup with a superb win over Premier Division opposition Boldmere, described by manager Scott Easterlow as his best moment at the club.

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