MANANGER Adrian Mander wants a strong end to Bromsgrove Sporting’s successful season.

The Rouslers complete the Midland Combination Premier with a league clash at Bolehall Swifts on Saturday (3pm kick-off).

They then go to Pilkington XXX on Wednesday in the semi-final of the Smedley Crooke Memorial Cup (7.45pm kick-off).

If Sporting see off the Birmingham side, they would face Malvern in the final on Saturday, May 10, which is being played at their Victoria Ground home.

“We may have secured second place, but I want to beat Bolehall,” said Mander.

“That would mean we would be only nine points behind Brocton.

“To end the season with a cup would really top off a very good second half of the season.”

Brett Mander is set to have shaken off an injury, but Chris Russell will be absent.