Kendal Town Football Club play ten important games between now and the end of the season as they look to solidify their position in the table while the Mintcakes are also on the hunt for silverware as they compete in The County Cup Final and Macron Cup Semi-Final, writes Richard Edmondson.

The County Cup final, which will be played on Saturday April 29, sees Kendal compete against Westmorland League Division One team Penrith Reserves at the JROBS Ground Maintenance Stadium.

Kendal progressed into the showpiece occasion after they picked up wins against Kirkby Stephen, Keswick, Appleby and Milnthorpe Corinthians.

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And while Kendal will be favourites to win the cup, they will be taking Penrith Reserves seriously as they will go into the game eager to pull off a cup upset.

However, The Macron Cup Semi-Final which is set to go ahead on Saturday 8 April, sees Kendal host inform Congleton Town.

Congleton are one game away from Wembley as they progressed into the semi-final of the FA Vase Competition, while the visitors defeated Kendal Town 3-1 in the league last Tuesday night.

The winners of the cup semi-final will go on to play either St Helens Town or Bacop Borough in the final, on a date to be announced.

However, before the two big cup games, Kendal who saw Tuesday night's away game at Padiham postponed, host Squires Gate on Saturday before they travel to play promotion-chasing Wythenshawe Town on Tuesday night.

Kendal are then away to Bury on Saturday 25 March before hosting West Didsbury & Chorlton on Saturday 1 April.

The Mintcakes will then go on to play Congleton Town in the Macron Cup Semi Final the following weekend (Saturday 8 April).