Wroxham boss looking to add firepower

Wroxham manager Damien Hilton. is looking for reinforcements.

Wroxham manager Damien Hilton. is looking for reinforcements.

Wroxham boss Damian Hilton is looking for reinforcements to drag the Yachtsmen off the bottom the table.

After four games, Wroxham – who travel to Aveley today – are without a point, and have scored just one goal.

Hilton has been busy with seven-day approaches to clubs in the hope of stopping the rot – and finding someone to hit the back of the net.

However, he will see comfort in the fact that his team have created chances. The most recent games, against Thurrock and Brightlingsea, saw opportunities galore – which all went begging.

Hilton has also been without a number of players have been missing from the team in these early weeks of the season, but as the season moves into September, a few more pieces of the jigsaw are appearing.

Adam Plumstead, who joined from Gorleston in the summer, played his first 25 minutes of the season against Brightlingsea on Monday.

One player who should be fit and available is Matt Halliday, who has been unavailable since pre-season. David Hinton should return after missing Monday's defeat through work as did Steve Taylor. Jackson Ramm is unavailable while Nick Bailey and Lewis Sturman joined Great Yarmouth and Wisbech Town respectively this week.

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