Wroxham aim to keep up decent run in FA Trophy

Pawel (Pav) Guziejko.Photo: Bill Smith

Pawel (Pav) Guziejko.Photo: Bill Smith - Credit: Bill Smith - Archant

Wroxham are looking to record their third win on the bounce when they visit Burgess Hill in the FA Trophy preliminary round this afternoon.

An impressive 3-2 victory over Harlow Town on Tuesday night gave the Yachtsmen their second triumph in a week, and Pawel Guziejko believes that the positive psyche around the club is key to their recent upturn in form.

He said: 'Nobody ever improves when you are negative. If you listen to people who tell you that you can't do it, you can never move forward. I work my way and that is always trying to be positive; my job is to stay focussed and work out how to improve.'

Hill play in Ryman Division One South – the southern equivalent to Wroxham and Dereham's league.

The latter are without a game today. They return to action with a home league fixture against Tilbury on Tuesday evening.

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