Boldon CA boss Paul Mossa is confident that his young team will continue adapting to the strains of Wearside League life.
Mossa took over as Boldon boss in the summer, and has remoulded the squad with an emphasis on youth.
I am always mindful that it is a three-year plan we have set at Boldon. The development of the local young player is paramount to that plan.
He brought in a number of youngsters from his old club, Horley Hill, and while he appreciates results and performances may fluctuate over the season, Mossa is bouyant about the season ahead.
“I’m confident of a good season as I can see the massive improvements this young squad are making,” said Mossa.
“I am always mindful that it is a three-year plan we have set at Boldon. The development of the local young player is paramount to that plan.”
Boldon are ooking to bounce back after their midweek defeat away to Whitehaven when they take on promotion-chasing Horden tomorrow.
Mossa has a full squad to choose from including Alex Kempster, signed from South Shields.
Jarrow, unbeaten following three games, entertain Prudhoe Town at Perth Green missing goalkeeper Karl Donnelly, James Allsop and Andrew Wilkinson. Prudhoe’s only absentee is Ryan Chambers.
Meanwhile, Harton and Westoe look to bounce back from their midweek reverse when they travel to Annfield Plain.
In the Northern Alliance Division Two, manager Gareth Allen takes his side to Willington Quay Saints.
Whitburn picked up their first point of the season in midweek with a 2-2 draw against Swalwell after losing their opening match.