SWINDON Supermarine will look to record their fifth win in a row in all competitions as they travel to struggling Wimborne Town in Southern League Premier Division South on Saturday.

Marine had won their previous three league games before a 3-1 success over Salisbury on Wednesday night saw them lift the Wiltshire Senior Cup.

Manager Lee Spalding is convinced that the only way his side will continue their winning streak against relegation-threatened Wimborne is by maintaining the same level of performance as they showed against Salisbury.

Spalding said: “Saturday will be another game where, if we’re not at our best, we won’t get anything.

“It’s going to have to be a day where we roll our sleeves up against an opposition who are looking to stay in the league.

“We’ll have to make sure we’re at our best again to keep this run going – that’s four on the bounce now – and hopefully make it five in a row.

“It’s important that we finish the season strongly because it gives us momentum for next season.

“The players are enjoying themselves, the team is winning and playing well, so it’s important we try and keep this squad together and use the momentum that we’re building now next season.”

Elsewhere, Highworth Town will look to arrest their dreadful recent form in Division One South when they host Barnstaple Town on Saturday.

Jeff Roberts’ side have only won two of their previous 11 games and take on a Barnstaple side that could be relegated at the weekend if they do not win.

Looking for maximum points from their remaining two games, Roberts said: “Hopefully we can pick up six points over the next two games.

“We’re not too far away from where we wanted to be. If we can get to 50 points, then it will have been a good season for us.

“It looks like Barnstaple have bought a couple of players in and a couple of weeks ago they beat Yate, so it will be a tough one, but the surface at our place is quite good, so we can get the ball down and play.

“We won’t have a full-strength squad, so we’ve had to bring a few reserves in again. It’s quite a typical end-of-season game, really.

“We’ve just got to go out and do the business to get a win.”

In the Hellenic League, the Premier Division sides with fixtures still to play – Shrivenham and Fairford Town – have the weekend off before returning to action on Monday.

In Division One West, Malmesbury Victoria travelled to Almondsbury last night, while New College now host the same opposition in their final game of the season on Saturday.