NEIL Shillingford says Dudley Kingswinford won't be taking visitors Sutton Coldfield lightly this Saturday as they look to take another step towards their promotion goal.

The director of rugby at Heathbrook wants his players to get the job done on a weekend that could bring a double reward.

A DK victory would see them make more progress in Midlands One West due to leaders Burton hosting third-placed Bromsgrove on the same afternoon.

Shillingford wants his team to come out firing after their clash with Stoke last Saturday fell victim to heavy snowfall.

He said: "The weather does bring disruption to games and training but it also gives a few knocks extra time to heal.

"If you look at Sutton's results recently they have started to come back a little and we certainly won't be taking them lightly.

"It's the start of the second rotation now and we want to start that well.

"We will need to get on top of their forwards early on before we can start playing.

"If we can stay focused and get the result then it means we'll take advantage of one of Bromsgrove or Burton, or perhaps even both, dropping points.

"The main thing is we get our job done first."

DK are set to be boosted by the return of flying winger Luke Trevis after he missed the win over Rugby Lions.

Trevis' previous clash against Moseley Oak was cut short of he picked up a head injury in the first half.

However, star centre Stef Shillingford isn't available for the contest but has recovered from the knee injury he picked up against Old Hales and should be available following the Christmas break.

Shillingford senior added: "Luke Trevis came through his concussion assessments absolutely fine and is available to play this weekend.

"Stef isn't available but we want to make sure we give him the right time to get back properly. It means he'll have all the Christmas break now to make sure he's ready in the new year."

DK clash with Sutton at Heathbrook kicks off at 2.15pm.