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Penalty double puts safety within reach for Leamington

Second-half penalties from Tony Breeden and Callum Gittings earned the three points which almost certainly mean another season of National League North football for Leamington, writes Paul Okey.

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Paul Holleran has seen his side slide towards the relegation zone.

Holleran demands a response against Chorley

Leamington boss Paul Holleran has demanded his side respond positively to the upturn in fortunes of their relegation rivals, writes Paul Okey.

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Martin Slevin scored twice from the spot for Racing Club on Tuesday evening.

Slevin’s penalty double helps Racing Club end Ilkeston’s winning streak

Racing Club translated their recent fine away form into home points on Tuesday to end second-placed lkeston Town’s nine-match winning run.

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Jamie Hood was denied an injury-time equaliser Bradford by the officials. Picture: Sally Ellis

Holleran focusing all his energy on Brakes’ survival

With Leamington’s Conference North status still in the balance, boss Paul Holleran admits he has not given next season’s player recruitment “a second thought”.

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Racers boss Scott Easterlow shows his frustration against Pershore. However, he was much more upbeat after a midweek win at Brocton.

Cole’s brace helps Racers get back to winning ways at Brocton

Racing Club Warwick quickly put Saturday’s home defeat to Pershore behind them with a commanding performance in Staffordshire on Tuesday evening.

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Joe Clarke is expected to return from injury for Brakes against FC United.

Home comforts bring respite from Leamington’s travel woes

Leamington boss Paul Holleran is banking on his side’s home form to steer them to calmer waters in the National League North, writes Paul Okey.

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Luke Cole scored twice in Racers' 4-1 win at Coventry Copsewood.

Easterlow targeting Racers’ first silverware

Racing Club Warwick manager Scott Easterlow is hoping the club’s Birmingham Midweek Floodlit Cup final appearance can usher in a bright new era for the club.

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Joe Magunda gets up to win a high ball fro Leamington. Pictures: Sally Ellis

Stockport proves a trip too far for Brakes

A second game in less than two days proved a bridge too far for Brakes as they were steamrolled by play-off-chasing Stockport at Edgeley Park, writes Paul Edwards.

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An injury to Connor Gudger contributed to Brakes' loss at Spennymoor.

Brakes are made to pay for failing to take their chances

Brakes were left to rue missed opportunities as they fell to an 80th-minute sucker punch at play-off chasing Spennymoor Town, writes Paul Edwards.

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Trea Bertie's 22nd-minute goal settled the clash between Racing Club Warwick and Leicester Road.

Bertie strikes to put Racing Club on the Road to victory

Racing Club Warwick followed up Tuesday’s thumping of Studley with a determined 2-1 win at third-placed Leicester Road last night.

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Dan Udoh will spend a further month on loan at Leamington.

In-form Leamington confirm three deals ahead of Moors trip

Following on from a third successive 1-0 win, there was further good news for Leamington on the transfer front today.

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Trea Bertie scored three as Racers went into the interval 4-0 up.

Studley stunned by a first-half Bertie hat-trick

A first-half Trea Bertie hat-trick put Racing Club Warwick on their way to a thumping 5-1 win at home to Studley on Tuesday night.

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Brakes players show their appreciation to the fans at the final whistle.

Leamington distance themselves from drop

Leamington ground out a third successive 1-0 win to end Saturday as close to the play-offs as the relegation zone, writes Paul Okey.

Non League
Tony Breeden acknowledges the fans after his clean sheet against Blyth.

Breeden believes Brakes have found their saviour in Udoh

Tony Breeden has picked up the headlines for his goalkeeping exploits as Leamington have distanced themselves from the drop zone with back-to-back wins.

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Paul Holleran is hoping he can enjoy the run-in with safety assured.

Holleran hoping for enjoyable end to the campaign

Leamington boss Paul Holleran is hoping his side can get the four wins he believes they need to secure their Conference North safety sooner rather than later so he can enjoy the end of the campaign.

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Scott Easterlow is refusing to give up on his side's title chances.

Easterlow still thinks Racers can overhaul Walsall Wood

Racing Club Warwick boss Scott Easterlow is not giving up on his side’s title dream.

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Trea Bertie scored Racing Club's opener in their 2-2 draw with Chelmsley Town on Tuesday evening.

Racing Club are unable to take advantage of nine-man Town

Racing Club’s already slender title chances suffered a further setback as they were held to a 2-2 draw by lowly Chelmsley Town, writes Paul Okey.

Wade Malley is back at Townsend Meadow.

Malley moves back to Racers from Bromsgrove

Racing Club Warwick have resigned striker Wade Malley from Midland League Premier Division leaders Bromsgrove Sporting.

Daniel Udoh and Ahmed Obeng celebrate Brakes' match-winner against Blyth. Picture: Morris Troughton

Holleran outlines 12-point plan for National League survival

Leamington boss Paul Holleran says his side cannot afford to relax despite back-to-back wins having lifted them up to 15th in the National League North.

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