Smith looking to take full advantage of extra games

STUDLEY will be aiming to use their games in hand to their advantage says Bees boss, Paul Smith.

The Bees are seventh in the Midland Combination Premier, but have played 18 games, fewer than any of the teams above them.

They were cursing the wet weather when Saturday’s home clash against Atherstone Town was called off because of a soggy pitch, preventing Studley frombuilding on their 3-1 Boxing Day victory over Blackwood, which saw Sam Wills, Charisma Agbonlahor and James Blake scoring.

There have been a number of coming and goings, winger Danny Carter and Earlswood striker Chris Chapman, have signed for the Bees, while Dale Edwards has joined Alvechurch and Andy Nicol has returned to Fairfield Villa in search of a regular starting spot. Studley go to Lichfield on Saturday (kick-off 3pm).


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