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Scott Rogers admitted his Willand Rovers side’s title chances are not great after Saturday’s 1-0 defeat at home to Odd Down.

After the game against second-placed Down, Rovers now sit 18 points behind leaders Melksham Town with four games in hand.

Rogers said: “We want to win as many games as possible between now and the end of the season to finish as high as possible.

“I was more gutted after the game on Saturday than I was when we lost to Gosport in the FA Cup, as I really thought, if we could have taken something from Saturday, we were in with a chance. Unfortunately, now, I think it’s a bit too much.”

Regarding the game itself, player-manager Rogers was pleased with the effort his side showed, especially after a brutal schedule that has so far seen them play six games in March alone.

Rovers fell behind to a first-half goal and, despite creating a host of chances, were unable to get back into the game.

Rogers said: “It was two evenly matched sides and we had a host of chances that we weren’t clinical enough with.

“I couldn’t have asked anything more from the lads, they tried their hardest and couldn’t have given any more, we just lacked a little quality in the final third. The lads haven’t got much in their legs at the moment because of the amount of games we’ve been playing.

“To Odd Down’s credit, they defended really well. Their keeper made a few great saves near the end and we had a couple cleared off the line and we hit the post.”

Rogers’ side now travel to Shepton Mallett on Tuesday night.