RADCLIFFE captain Michael Farley says his team will fight to the end in their survival battle.

The Racecourse men are still to win a game in the Greater Manchester League Division Two B, but Farley insists the team will never give up.

This Saturday's home game against Friarmere marks the halfway point of the season, and the skipper sees positives on the horizon.

"We are 14 points off safety – that's three wins," he said.

"We will not give up, we will keep fighting to the end.

"What else can you do? If you don't do that there's no point playing."

Farley is hoping playing the majority of the remaining games at home can give them an advantage.

"Of the 10 games we've played seven of them have been away," he said.

"We've only been at home for three games so we've got most of the games to come at our place.

"It's a different ground to most. We've got a massive square and a massive ground and some teams might get a bit of a surprise when they come here and play on it.

"We've got to stay positive because we're only one win away from turning it around."

It's a home double-header for Radcliffe's first team this weekend as they host Westleigh in the cup on Sunday.