THE Cowley brothers aren't everyone’s cup of Darjeeling tea, but their results must be admired writes John Light.

A strong referee is needed and we did not have one on Saturday at the New Lawn.

Too much was ignored, including a penalty claim by Forest Green Rovers at the end of the game.

The Lincoln City media thought they had a lucky escape when their player handled the ball.

So what now? Every game will be a battle and performances will take second-place to points.

A holiday gave me the chance to talk to many football fans from home and abroad and produced this view of our soccer club.

Progress on-and-off the field is widely admired.

Remarks by one disappointed Eastleigh fan were very revealing.

He felt that his big-spending club would beat us into the Football League.

Recent results have clouded that somewhat, but promotion via the play-offs is still within our grasp.

It is up to the players. If they can bring the will to win of big-spending Lincoln to the game it could be within our grasp.

Elsewhere, the play-offs are looking more probable for Cirencester Town.

They’ve won four in a row and are five points clear of sixth.

Charlie Griffin’s side are comfortably the highest scorers in the division.

It all makes for an exciting end to the campaign for both Rovers and the Centurions.