MORE of the same is what Salisbury manager Steve Claridge wants from his side, after a superb 4-1 win over Dorchester last Saturday in the Southern League Premier South.

Chris Shephard led the scoring with a brace, while Tom Whelan and Claudio Herbert were also on target in Dorset.

A delighted Claridge said: "This was one of our best performances of the season and I want us to carry on like this for the rest of the campaign.

"I felt the shape we had really suited us and we played really well. I want us to carry this on so we are in a good place as we head into the play-offs."

The victory at Dorchester made sure of the Whites involvement in the post season and now they will be gunning to finish in second spot, even if they are currently fourth on 73 points with Met Police on 74 and second placed Taunton have 76.

All three sides have three games left, Salisbury having a visit from relegation threatened Walton Casuals on Saturday,, followed by a trip to Frome, who are already down.

Their final regular season game is at home to 11th placed Harrow.

Meanwhile, Taunton are away at Hendon (17th) on Saturday, before they face Merthyr (13th ) at home on Monday.

They finish with a trip to Basingstoke, who are 18th and still not safe yet.

For Met Police on Saturday, they entertain Poole Town who occupy the final play-off place on goal difference from King's Langley.

Easter Monday they travel to Beaconsfield and then on final day, have a home game against Gosport Borough, who could still be in the hunt to avoid the drop.

So it is all to play for as the season enters it final two weeks and Salisbury manager Steve Claridge believes his side can still get second spot.

Heading into the weekend, Salisbury have a doubt on double goalscorer Chris Shephard, whose hamstring tighten which was the reason he came off at Dorchester and Dan Fitchett is a doubt with an ankle injury which was also the reason he was replaced last Saturday.

The format for this season’s play-offs is as follows starts with semi-finals as follows with the second places side entertain the fifth team, while third at home to fourth with the games to be played on Wednesday May 1 (7.45pm).

After the semi-finals the winning highest placed team will be at home in the Southern League final which is on Monday May 6 (3pm).

The winner of this game goes onto the Super Play-off final which is new for this season, where they will face the winner of the Isthmian Premier League play-offs. This game takes place on Saturday May 11(3pm).

The home side will be decided on which side ended the season with the most points.Currently Haringey Borough are second in the Isthmian Premier on 71 points with three games to go and after them are Tonbridge Angels on 66.