SALISBURY FC will look to continue their FA Trophy adventure on Saturday, when they travel to Carshalton Athletic.

The London side are 14th in the Isthmian League Premier Division and beat Dorking Wanderers, one of the top sides in their league in the previous round, so it will not be easy.

However, the Whites come into the game in great form after beating league play-off rivals Merthyr on Saturday 2-1 and of course knocking out National League outfit Braintree in the FA Trophy on Tuesday night.

Darren Mullings was their hero with both goals, while Danny Young (pictured) was the Salisbury man of the match.

Salisbury manager Steve Claridge was delighted with both wins and said: "I was very pleased with both performances. We are back on the 4G again this Saturday, so I will have to reshuffle the side again, but as we proved at Merthyr we can play on it."

"I think like us Carshalton will fancy their chances."