GOALKEEPER Alex Rhodes says Bromyard Town will try and spoil Lads Club's party this Saturday.

The two sides face each other at the County Ground, with Lads Club looking for the three points they need to clinch the West Midlands (Regional) League Division One title.

"It will be nice to go there and try and frustrate them," said Rhodes.

"In the league, we've got nothing to play for apart from a bit of pride.

"We will go there and try and nick a result to finish the season on a high."

Rhodes returned to Bromyard this season after playing for Black Country Rangers.

Many of his team-mates made the step-up to senior level this season and Rhodes admits it's been a learning curve.

"They're used to playing under-18s football, so coming up against men is a lot different," said Rhodes.

"But I believe we've grown as a group and will be pushing up there next season.

"It's been a stop-start season for us.

"We've struggled sometimes, but we've been great other times.

"We're a young group of lads and I think we'll progress next season."

Bromyard lost 3-1 to Wednesfield in the semi-finals of the League Cup last Saturday.

"We took a bit of a hammering at their place, so we knew it was going to be a hard game especially with a few players out," added Rhodes.

"The first goal was sloppy and we're disappointed with the second one because I had made a save and we didn't follow it up.

"The third goal was a penalty, which is a lottery, but I thought the lads battled well in the second half and got back into it.

"But going down to 10 men towards the end always makes it difficult.

"It is disappointing not to make a final, but we have to move on."