IAN Merrick's Ledbury Town will get back to their title quest over the Easter weekend with back-to-back away games in the Herefordshire Premier League. 

Ledbury have not played for two weeks after their clash with Wellington Rangers was cancelled last weekend due to the rain, so should be refreshed ahead of two games in three days.

A Saturday trip to Holme Lacy (13.30 PM KO) is followed by a Easter Monday date with Clee Hill United (14.30 PM KO) as Ledbury look to build crucial momentum ahead of the final stretch of league games. 

Merrick's men then have a tricky back-to-back with title rivals Hereford Pegasus Reserves and Sporting Club Inkberrow which will go a long way to deciding who will win the league and gain promotion to Step 6. 

Ledbury currently have a four-point lead at the top of the table but have played a game more than Inkberrow, making that contest later in April even more crucial.