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Dorchester And Bridport In Tuesday Night Action

Dorchester And Bridport In Tuesday Night Action

Published at 9:03am 19th February 2013. (Updated at 3:10pm 19th February 2013)

Dorchester Town continue their hectic schedule of matches with a trip to Truro City this evening.

Two Magpies players,  Aaran Pugh, and recently Kieffer Moore, will be returning to the club which sold them to Dorchester during this season,

Manager Phil Simkin's told Wessex FM they'll also welcome back Ashley Nicholls, Mark Jermyn and Nathan Walker after injury but Ben Watson 's out with a calf strain. Charlie Clough will partner Moore up front.

Truro, who have ten points deducted for going into administration, are bottom  of the Blue Square South, while a win for Magpies could see them rise as high as 9th, depending on other results.

Meanwhile Bridport can catch up on one of their outstanding fixtures when they entertain Brislington.

 

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