SLIMBRIDGE boss Lee Driver-Dickerson felt a result was always on the cards for the Swans against Cirencester Town.

Goals from Will Hawes and Liam Smith helped Slimbridge earn a credible 2-2 draw with play-off chasing Cirencester at Thornhill Park on Saturday.

Driver-Dickerson was delighted with the result and his teams performance.

He felt that result wasn't out of their reach but admitted they needed a little bit of luck to get over the line.

"You need that little bit of luck," he said.

"There's always little bits, they had a couple of chances at 2-1, our keeper's pulled off a good save and we've cleared one off the line but we stay in our shape and look to counter attack these teams because that's what we're good at.

"I always thought it was on because we were brilliant at their place so I knew we had a chance on the counter attack but for us to come on strong late on to get the point was brilliant, I thought we deserved it today."

The result leaves Slimbridge in 18th place in Evo-Stik Southern League Division One South but do have an eight point cushion over the relegation place and next week's opponents Fleet Town and Driver-Dickerson says his boys will be fired up for a hugely important clash.

"We've got a massive game against Fleet next week," he said.

"They beat us here so we've got some wrongs to put right so we'll be up for it.

"We're putting in good performances. Over the past few weeks we haven't been getting the points but to get something from it today was good."

Elsewhere, Slimbridge stars Finleigh Brown, Lewis Adams and Dan King have been called up to play for an FA select XI to take on an XI from Herefordshire's FA to commemorate their 125th anniversary at Edgar Street on Tuesday and Driver-Dickerson is proud that Slimbridge will have representatives.

"It's Brilliant," he said.

"If you look at our team we have four or five 18-year-olds and two will play on Tuesday.

"It's great for the club and a cracking achievement from them."