SHRIVENHAM boss Gareth Davies admits maintaining Hellenic Division One West momentum is proving difficult given the stop-start nature of the campaign.

The Barrington Park side were left kicking their heels last week, the sort of hiatus Davies believes robs them of some much-needed consistency.

Shrivvy, who have won three of their last four league games, go to Cheltenham Saracens tomorrow with new signing Josh Morse available, while Davies is also hoping to wrap up the capture of Luke Cordery from former club Fairford, by way of a short stint at Carterton.

“The league is our bread and butter and we need to focus on that,’’ said the manager. “Consistency is key so being given the week off last week wasn’t what we wanted.

“Saturday is a big one for us.

“We need to go there (Cheltenham) in the right frame of mind as we’ve dropped a couple of places due to not playing.’’ Elsewhere in Division One, New College go to Headington Amateurs.

In the Premier Division, leaders Highworth Town will be determined to put the shock of their first league reverse of the campaign, at home to Wantage Town last weekend, behind them as they host Brimscombe & Thrupp.

Jeff Roberts’ Worthians roared back to winning ways on Wednesday, annihilating Wallingford 11-0 to reach the third round of the Hellenic League’s Perpetua Press Floodlit Cup.

Callum Parsons, Aysa Corrick and Ash Edenborough scored twice, while Chris Taylor, Joe Williams and Dan Drewett plus two own goals completing the rout at The Elms.

Eighth-placed Royal Wootton Bassett Town, 3-2 cup winners over Kidlington Reserves in midweek with two goals from Harvey Scholes and a Ben Lodge strike, host seventh-placed Longlevens.

Fairford Town, ousted from the cup by the Gloucester side 4-0, host Highworth’s conquerors Wantage Town, as they aim to climb off the bottom of the table.