SCOTT YOUNG is looking forward to Chalvey Sports being the underdogs having been drawn away to Chalfont Wasps in round two of the Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy.

Chalvey earned progress in the competition after a 2-0 win away at Berks County on Saturday thanks to goals from Matty Edwards and Sean Robinson.

Their reward is a trip to higher-league Chalfont in October and Young sees the tie as the chance for Sports to prove themselves as a team.

Speaking to the Observer, the club Chairman said: “Chalfont have played at a higher level than us for many years so it will be a tough game but we will give it our all to go through.

“It’s quite nice to be the underdogs. It’s a challenge and the opportunity to prove ourselves as a team.

“We will prepare correctly and give a good account of ourselves, but we can’t play as sterile as we did at the weekend.”

Commenting on the first round win against Thames Valley League club Berks County, Young said: “I have to say that we didn’t play as well as we could have done.

“We enjoyed the majority of possession in the full 90 minutes and kept them to direct counter-attacks. Their man danger came from set pieces but we seemed to deal with that quite well.

“I’m very satisfied to win and I know the manager is as well, but in all our recent games we could have played better than what we have done.

“Our ball retention has been very good but the final pass needs to be better so we can take the chances that we’re creating.”

Chalvey do not return to action until September 30 when Aston Clinton are the visitors to the Recreation Ground (3pm) in a Hellenic Division Two East fixture.

Young bemoaned: "We're still early in our season but it has been a bit stop-start from a fixtures perspective.

"Our next two matches are against higher-league opposition so I hope there will be no rust, so we have to prepare right to be up for the big games.

"I'm a big believer in momentum but we've not got another game for two weeks. so these breaks are not a help. It has a bit of a pre-season feel about it at the moment."

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