Hellenic League Premier Division side Tuffley Rovers have moved to bolster their playing options, following a period of inactivity, as they play for the first time in two weeks – and for only the second third time in 2018 – when they make the long midweek journey to Brackley Town Saints on Wednesday evening.
Rovers manager Mark Pritchett is desperate to get his team back into action, particularly after a heavy defeat against Cirencester Town Development when they last played. He is pleased to have been able to bring in some additions, offering him increased options as he looks for his side to reassert themselves in the closing months of the season.
Pritchett takes his squad to face a tough opponent on Wednesday, but will be buoyed by the addition of two new faces to his squad for the trip to Northamptonshire. Cheltenham Town Academy player Ryan Davis, a promising 18-year-old left-back, has joined Rovers on a work experience deal, whilst Slimbridge and Hardwicke player Henry Birkett – who had a brief spell with Rovers in 2016 – is added to the squad, having signed on a dual registration basis.
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