Kerr looking for Bulls to end year on 
a high note

Banbury Bulls' Joe Mills gets his kick away against Windsor at Bodicote Park
Banbury Bulls' Joe Mills gets his kick away against Windsor at Bodicote Park

Head coach James Kerr will be looking for Banbury Bulls to end the year on a high note.

Bulls saw their four-match winning South West One East run come to an end in the draw with Windsor. But they have the opportunity to complete their first double of the season when they entertain Chippenham on Saturday.

No-one is more disappointed than the players, I don’t have to make that point to them

Head coach James Kerr

Kerr said: “We got a few key decisions wrong and we needed to have a better structure to our game in the second half. But no-one is more disappointed than the players, I don’t have to make that point to them.

“We didn’t control the second half like we did the first period. But all credit to Windsor, they came back strongly in the second half and took full advantage of our errors.

“However, we will take the positives out of the game. We’re still unbeaten in five games and we will look to get back to winning ways against Chippenham.

“Every team in this division is capable of beating anyone on their day and that was a reminder that we can take nothing for granted. We will work on the areas we need to this week in training.”

Alex Stephenson is ruled out until the spring and Nick Pratt is unavailable for Saturday but Chris Phillips should be fit despite picking up a knee injury against Windsor.