Rod Stringer is looking to win his fifth trophy as Bishop’s Stortford boss when they face St Albans City at Cheshunt FC in the Herts Charity Cup final tonight.

Stringer took over from Ian Walker in December 2011 and marked his first season in charge by winning the Herts Senior and Charity Cup double.

The Blues have also won the Charity Cup in each of the last two seasons as well as finishing with runners-up medals in both the Senior and Charity competition during Stringer’s tenure.

“It’s not the biggest competition we enter, but as we’ve achieved our goal of staying up so it would be good to end the season with a trophy.

“I hope we get a lot of support on Tuesday, it’s not far away and I’m sure the boys would like to see plenty of Blues’ fans.”

The game will see two former Conference South title winning managers facing each other, and the Saints have certainly improved since former Boreham Wood boss Ian Allinson took over in early February they have taken 25 points from 15 games. Despite that run of form, though, the Saints still face a nervy final game of the season against Dartford on Saturday.


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