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Bean: Let’s finish what we started

North Village striker Ralph Bean jr. has called on his side to finish off what they started when they play PHC tomorrow.

The Red Army require a win to clinch the Premier Division title.

Village are currently four points ahead of Dandy Town, who beat PHC last week to leave them six points off the summit.

For Bean, it is a simple equation of doing what needs to be done in regards to his side and not to look for help from others knowing their destiny is in their own hands.

“As long as we win the league I don't care when it is, it could be tomorrow or next weekend, we just want the league,”said Bean (pictured). “That is my honest opinion, as long as we win it it don't matter when, I will be happy.

“Wherever we can get the points we will take them.

“It doesn't matter what Town do this weekend, the objective for the team now is to do what we have to do and we will be ok in the end.

“What everyone else does doesn't really matter.”

Bean also went as far as claiming that the result of last week's titanic encounter between PHC and Town was irrelevant to his side as long as they continued to win their games and keep the lead at the top of the table.

With only two games left in the league campaign, Bean is keen to see his side win the league, but is calm about getting it done tomorrow on the road.

“We have two games left and we have to focus on our task.”

“We always knew that the PHC-Town result was always going to be a benefit, and the way it ended was fine with us, however, with that being said, it didn't matter unless we didn't do what we had to do.

“We won our game and that was the main thing and at the end of the day we have to make sure we are in order and take care of business.”

Town are in action tomorrow as well when they take on relegation threatened Southampton Rangers at St. John's Field, knowing only a win will see their slender title chances remain in tact.

St. George's host Somerset fellow strugglers Somerset Eagles at Wellington Oval, while St. David's welcome Boulevard to Lords.

Sunday's remaining game sees the Devonshire derby take place at Police Field between Cougars and Colts.

In the First Division tonight MR Onions take Robin Hood face off at BAA Field at 9pm. Both teams are locked level on points, second in the league table.

On Sunday, BAA play Wolves at BAA Field, Ireland Rangers take on Somerset Trojans at Malabar while Prospect face Hamilton Parish.

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Published March 12, 2011 at 8:05 am (Updated March 12, 2011 at 8:05 am)

Bean: Let’s finish what we started

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