RELEGATED Stafford Rangers will look to give their supporters some late cheer after a miserabe 2013/14 campaign.
The Boro move in to the fnal week of the Evo-Stik Premier season facing three games, starting with Saturday's trip to mid-table Trafford.
Then, on Easter Monday, Graham Heathcote's young guns entertain Nantwich Town (3pm) in Rangers' final home game, before heading to the North-East and a clash against Whitby Town on April 29.
Rangers have now gone six games without a win, losing five of those, while collecting a point at Buxton, therefore Heathcote will be keen to close the season with some pride and perhaps a final home league win.
Next season, Rangers will be playing their football in the fourth tier of non-league, in Evo-Stik division one (South).
But the Marston Road club faces a very busy summer, with several key positions to be filled at the club, includng that of chairman, after Rod Woodward stepped down, and commercial manager.