Seaham ready for tough task

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SEAHAM will look to continue their excellent start in Durham and Northumberland Division Three on Saturday.

Last week’s break gave the players carrying knocks and niggles plenty of opportunity to rest, with club officials hoping they will be fresh for the visit of Seghill to Seaham Leisure Centre.

The Cramlington-based outfit lost at home to Sedgefield in their last outing a fortnight ago, but joint leaders Seaham – with two wins out of two – will be taking nothing for granted as form counts for very little come kick-off.

They will expect nothing short of a tough encounter and will afford their visitors every respect.

Seaham coach Jon Dye hopes to select from a full strength squad. All available players should meet at 1pm sharp at the Leisure Centre for pre-match preparations and a team talk.

Anyone running late should contact a member of the coaching staff. Training sessions will carry on as normal each Tuesday and Thursday from 6pm.