ROSS Speight believes Middlewich Town have timed perfectly their best run of results this season.

The Witches won only twice in Cheshire League One in the first half of the campaign, but a 4-0 success at Grappenhall last time out is a fifth in their past eight matches.

It means they’ll start a Mid-Cheshire District FA Challenge Cup semi-final with Cuddington tomorrow in confident mood.

“If we can replicate how we played [against Grappenhall] then there’s no reason why we shouldn’t make the final,” said the co-manager.

“I was very happy with another dominant performance.

“We controlled the game for the most part, and restricted them to very few chances.”

Town have home advantage against their lower-ranked rivals when they resume a bid to end a five-year wait to get their hands on the trophy again.

However the Witches must be wary; they lost at the same stage of last season’s edition against the men from Norley Road.

Cuddington went on to finish as runners-up to Winsford Saxons, who Middlewich elminatd in the quarter finals.

Kick off is at 2pm.

Meanwhile Rudheath Social, winners in 2013, will host Barnton reserves in the other last-four tie.