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Things are looking up for Racing Club Warwick despite Vase exit

Racing Club Warwick boss Scott Easterlow is determined to build on the momentum created by his side’s run to the third round of the FA Vase.

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Josh Blake bounced back from his red card on Saturday with a hat-trick.

Blake hat-trick fires Racers into last eight of cup

Racing Club Warwick progressed to the quarter-finals of the Birmingham Midweek Floodlit Cup on Tuesday evening after hitting Black Country Rangers for six in a very positive return to action following the weekend’s FA Vase defeat.

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Michael Frew was at the heart of all Wisbech Town's best moments as they knocked Racing Club out of the FA Vase.

Racing Club’s impressive run in the FA Vase ended by Wisbech

Racing Club Warwick’s FA Vase run came to an end at the hands of their higher-level visitors on Saturday, with two second-half goals sealing their fate.

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Josh O'Grady, seen here in action for Daventry Town, scored on his debut for Racing Club.

O’Grady scores on his debut as Racing Club Warwick make it six wins from six

Racing Club Warwick manager Scott Easterlow was a happy man after seeing his side beat Bolehall Swifts 3-0 to notch up their sixth straight win.

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Kieran Dunbar celebrates scoring Brakes' fourth. Picture:

Holleran: As good a counter-attacking goal as you will see

Brakes boss Paul Holleran was gushing in his praise for his side’s display on Saturday, and in a particular his side’s fourth goal from Kieran Dunbar, writes Paul Okey.

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Colby Bishop celebrates his opener. Pictures: Morris Troughton

Bishop is Johnny on the spot for Brakes

Leamington continued their fine run of form against the top seven with an emphatic victory in a match which was only a red card short of having everything, writes Paul Okey.

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Paul Holleran wants his side to cut out the costly defensive lapses.

Holleran is not looking beyond National League North survival

Leamington boss Paul Holleran says he never had any doubt his side would be in a relegation battle this season.

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Kurtis Revan looks for an opening for Leamington. Picture: Sally Ellis

Brakes undone by English own goal

Brakes slipped to a disappointing defeat in a game that they could quite easily have taken something from had they shown more guile in the final third of the pitch, writes Paul Edwards.

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Thomas Kirk hands out one of four first-half cautions to Brakes, this time to Callum Gittings. Picture: Morris Troughton

Holleran has strong words for referee after Boston defeat

Leamington boss Paul Holleran is hoping not to run into referee Thomas Kirk again this season after seeing at least four key decisions go against his side in their 2-0 home defeat to Boston United last Saturday.

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Luke Church heads the ball on for Sean Kavanagh to nod home Racers first. Pictures: Morris Troughton

Rampant Racing Club Warwick make Hayes in the second half

Racing Club Warwick provided a fitting tribute to Gabby Hayes, crashing home five second-half goals on a day the club came together to honour their long-time supporter.

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Brad McGowan celebrates after handing Boston United an early lead. Picture: Morris Troughton

October is quickly forgotten by Brakes

The curse of the manager of the month award struck on Saturday as Leamington’s eight-game unbeaten streak was ended by the Pilgrims, writes Paul Okey.

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New Racing Club Warwick signing Lewis Hudson.

Racers boost defensive ranks by adding Hudson

Racing Club Warwick have raided Coventry United for the second time in a week, with Lewis Hudson following Jamie Coleman to Townsend Meadow.

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Martin Slevin notched from the spot as Racing Club Warwick won 4-0 at Paget Rangers.

Racing Club boss is reaping the benefits of a bolstered squad

Manager Scott Easterlow hailed his side’s “best team performance of the season” after Racers’ first away game in a month ended in a comprehensive 4-0 success.

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Kaine Felix has arrived at Leamington from York City via Deeping Rangers.

Leamington swoop for former York City speed merchant

Leamington manager Paul Holleran has pulled off something of a coup by signing former York City attacker Kaine Felix.

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Rob Thompson-Brown fires home his second spot-kick of the afternoon. Picture: Morris Troughton

Brakes’ spot prize is worth claiming

The fine margins between success and failure at National League level were emphasised on Saturday as Leamington stretched their unbeaten run to seven games, writes Paul Okey.

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Manager Paul Holleran says Brakes must back up their point at Harrogate Town with a win over North Ferriby.

Holleran warns Leamington not to take North Ferriby lightly

Leamington manager Paul Holleran says their impressive points against York City and Harrogate Town will count for nothing if they cannot beat North Ferriby tomorrow.

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Jamie Coleman

Coleman follows in his father’s footsteps by joining Racers

Racing Club Warwick have strengthened their defence with the signing of former Southam United left-back Jamie Coleman from Coventry United.

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Liam Naven-Jones, right, was singled out for praise by Scott Easterlow.

Easterlow is eyeing a spot of FA Vase history

Racing Club Warwick boss Scott Easterlow is aiming to create history after seeing his side drawn at home to Alsager Town in the second round of the FA Vase.

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Leaders are held to a draw by Brakes

Leaders are held to a draw by Brakes

Brakes battled their way to a fully deserved share of the spoils on a rotten afternoon in North Yorkshire, both teams contributing fully to an entertaining contest despite the driving wind and rain, writes Paul Edwards.

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Sean Kavanagh and Joe Carter wheel away after Racers' second. Pictures: Morris Troughton

Racing Club Warwick inflict further misery on Clipstone

Racing Club Warwick moved into the second round of the FA Vase with a goal in each half accounting for ten-man Clipstone, writes Paul Okey.

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