JAKE Spivey wants to continue shining as Westcliff bid for a third successive win for the first time this season this afternoon.

Westcliff - who travel to Tunbridge Wells - are enjoying a fine campaign to date and currently sit fifth in the London & SE Premier Division.

But the in-form Spivey is keen to continue the momentum by winning what he believes will be another competitive clash.

“The league is so close and competitive any team can give anyone a good game and results can go either way so I feel like this game will be tough,” said Spivey.

“But if we play with the same intensity and accuracy we did against Sutton and Epsom last weekend and start strong then I feel like we should have a comfortable day and get the win we know we are capable of.”

Spivey will want to play a part in that happening as he strives to keep on shining for Westcliff’s first team.

The 19-year-old - who has played at scrum-half and full-back - has scored five tries in five games this term.

And he is keen to keep the good run going against a side who are currently seventh in the standings.

“At the moment I’m playing some of the best rugby I’ve ever played but I have to keep it going,” said Spivey.

“Since joining the men’s team at Westcliff and breaking into the first team and starting it’s been a real confidence boost, especially with how welcoming the boys have all been.

"I feel settled and showing the coaches and team what I can do has made me play with more confidence and allowed me to take more risks instead of just doing the basics and always sticking to structure.”

But Spivey will not be taking anything for granted tomorrow.

“In this league games can go either way anywhere you play,” said Spivey.

“It’s such a close league and there’s a real level of competitiveness so results sometimes don’t go the way people expect.

"We are favourites on Saturday and should play with the same confidence and energy we did to beat Sutton & Epsom last weekend.

>SOUTHEND Saxons will be looking to get back to winning ways when they travel to Dorking in the London & SE Premier Division tomorrow.

Second from bottom Southend were beaten by Hertford last weekend and will aim to bounce back at sixth placed Dorking.