MARTINSTOWN captain Ed Nichols is looking forward to a “no pressure” game as his side visit league leaders Broadstone at Delph Woods in their final Dorset Funeral Plan Premier League game of the season (1pm).

Broadstone enter the clash with a six-point lead over Swanage and know victory over Nichols’ men will secure them the title.

Nichols told Echosport his side will not be holding back given the circumstances.

He said: “We had a really similar game against Wimborne last year. We pushed them a fair way along and did justice to the team that ended in second.

“It’s a no pressure day for us. Trying to convert the title can lead to pressure for them and mistakes.

“It’s somewhere we want to be in the future and we would expect to be pushed all the way if we were in that position, so we’ll do likewise.”

Nichols added that a win in the final game of the season could create a positive memory for the long winter break.

“From the table point of view, we’re a few points ahead of Shroton. It’s the last game and how we’ll look back at the season. There’s enough on it to keep us interested,” he said.