Desborough are in a good position to build

Ian Walker
Ian Walker

Desborough Town manager Ian Walker says that there are good foundations in place for the club to move forward.

Ar Tarn, who recorded a pair of 2-0 victories against Boston Town and Harborough Town respectively over the Easter weekend, conclude their ChromaSport & Trophies United Counties League Premier Division programme on Saturday with a trip to local rivals Wellingborough Town.

And once the off-season period arrives, Walker, who took over from Steve Walker during the season, says there is work to be done.

He said: “The summer will be important for us.

“We need to try to kick-on from where we are at the minute and a lot of preparations are already under way.

“I’ve got a good squad here already and it will be a case of trying to bring in players who will add to that.”

The other game in the top flight sees AFC Rushden & Diamonds, who are guaranteed third place, visit already relegaed S&L Corby.

In Division One, Burton Park Wanderers conclude their year at home to St Neots Town Saints.

Raunds, who have had a solid first campaign under the stewardship of James Le Masurier, conclude their season with a midweek trip to Eynesbury and a weekend visit to Lutterworth Athletic.

The curtain is brought down on the seasons of both Thrapston and Rushden & Higham tonight (Friday) evening when the two sides meet at Chancery Lane.

Irchester and Whitworth concluded their fixtures over the Easter weekend with a draw against Bugbrooke St Michaels and a victory over Rushden & Higham respectively.