Boldon CA are on the lookout for a new assistant manager ahead of their game at Stockton tomorrow.
Manager Paul Mossa is looking to add some support to his staff and build on a solid start to their Wearside League campaign.
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The trip to championship challengers Stockton tomorrow is a tough one, but Mossa retains confidence in his side.
He said: “I’m pleased with the team’s progress and I anticipate a strong second half to the season.”
Mossa welcomes back Adam Bell after hamstring injury but is still without long-term absentee Aaron Burn due to an ankle injury.
Nathan Bell is unlikely to feature but fit again Jonny Gage, Adam Sharp and Alex Kempster are expected to play a part.
Three-times title winner Stockton, with six wins in seven games, have James Ward ruled out and Kallum Hannah is doubtful with a leg injury.
Jarrow host a Murton side who will have a new management team in charge.
Murton’s managerial team of John Davison and Graeme Wetheral have left and Callum Milne will be in charge of the squad at Perth Green.
Peter Kane and Oliver Bone have completed bans but Jarrow cannot call upon injured pair Stephen Graham and James Allsop.
In addition, goalkeeper Karl Donnelly will need his fitness assessed before kick-off after he injured himself in the warm-up against Harton and Westoe last week, with assistant manager David Crumbie forced to don the gloves.
For Murton, Carl Thomas and Anthony Cowie are suspended but Milne is hopeful that Matthew Arnell will be pronounced fit.
Harton and Westoe are up to fifth in the table and have a great chance to improve their position even further when they take on a Hartlepool side who will want to erase the nightmare of an eight-goal drubbing they endured at Cleator Moor Celtic last week.
Harton manager Simon Johnson is boosted with the availability of David Smith, Ben Cooper, Darren Wann, Carl Evans and James Hepinstall.
l In the Northern League First Division, Jarrow Roofing will look to bounce back from their midweek defeat when they host Newton Aycliffe at Boldon.
Roofing slumped to a 4-2 defeat at Washington on Tuesday night to continue their mixed start to the season.
Richie McLoughlin’s men have won just one game in the league this season and sit 16th in the table, though they have progressed in the FA Cup, beating Penrith and Bishop Auckland.