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Chichester City are starting to find their best form again and have caught up ground on the teams above them in the South West Division One table in recent weeks.
In the only match to be played in the Premier League on Sunday, Chichester ran out 5-0 winners away to St Nicholas to record their second victory in successive weeks and they are now in fifth place in the table.
We talked to Chichester captain Emma Alexandre, who revealed that the team have worked hard in training over the break and insists that they still have a lot to play for in the remainder of the season:
A 5-0 result sounds like a good performance from the team, did the result reflect this?
Absolutely, I think all of the hard work that we put in over Christmas really paid off. As a team we were so strong in everything even when St Nicholas had a strong spell, they never looked like breaking us down.
Was it especially nice to pick up a win when nobody else played on the day?
It was really nice to look at that table and see that we had climbed a couple of places due to our win!
That is two good away wins in successive weeks, are you confident that the team can build on this now?
Yes I really do believe we can. We've had games this season where we have been the better side and have deserved the win but it just hasn't happened. I feel like these wins have given us the belief and confidence that maybe we were lacking before.
It was clearly a great day for Kally Ambler as she scored a hat-trick, how important have her goals been this season?
Kally has been vital for us this season. Her goals always come at the right time when the team need that boost. She not only scored crucial goals for us, she comes in deep and creates goals for us.
It's been a bit of a mid-table season for the club so far, do you think that you are starting to hit your best form again?
Yes absolutely. We made some changes over Christmas in regard to our training and I really think that's paid off. The amount of effort and hard work that the girls have put in has really showed in the past two games.
This week you travel west again to play Forest Green Rovers, can you see this game being a good test for the team?
Definitely. Forest Green are very strong at home, they are hard to break down. However, I think with the performances that the team have been putting in it won't be a problem.
What do you feel are the club's realistic aims for the rest of the season?
Well we are In the semi final of the Sussex Cup so to win that again this year is a massive aim for us. In terms of the league, I think it's still very open at the top amd we will definitely be pushing for the top three.
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