WISBECH Rugby Club are back on the trail to Twickenham on Saturday when they entertain Billericay in the fourth round of the RFU Junior Vase (2pm).
Shane Vickers’s side have a very good chance of reaching the final, but the Essex Division One outfit are sure to provide a stiff test for Wisbech, who have lost just one league game this season.
Team manager Cliff Humphreys said: “We hope to be at full strength for this game with a number of players returning after being unavailable last Saturday.
“We have played Billericay in the past and they are a typical Essex side who play a very physical forward game.
“However they lost at home at the weekend and have also been beaten by Old Brentwoods, who Wisbech dispatched in an earlier round of the Vase.
“Our half back pairing of Andy Claydon and in form fly half Will Pettit will be key to a success on Saturday. If our forwards can win quality ball then Andy and Will will cause damage.”