Following our superb FA Cup victory at Halesowen, attention turns to the FA Trophy this Saturday, a competition just important in the context of non-league football.
On paper, our visit to Chesham United is every bit as tough an encounter as Halesowen and we will again have to be on our game to make further progress.
Like Halesowen, the Generals are flying in their Step 3 division, lying third in Southern League South with just one defeat in nine games.
The fixture is a repeat of last season’s meeting – that time at home – when we were soundly beaten 4-0 and crashed out of the competition early doors.
Gavin Macpherson is well aware of the threat Chesham pose.
“On paper cup draws have presented us with difficult tests,” said Gav. “Chesham will be no different and will be a different sort of test to last week. It’s a competition we want to do well in but we’ll look at the whole picture and plan accordingly.
“I think we are all looking forward to another significant test and another indication of our progression as a group.”
There are no replays in the FA Trophy, the game going to penalties if the teams are tied after 90 minutes.