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Town add to their attack
11:29am Thursday 31st January 2013 in Latest news
MORE squad changes have occurred at Warrington Town.
Shaun Reid has brought in two new recruits, let three leave and put another out on loan ahead of Saturday’s trip to Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Division One North strugglers Goole.
He has boosted his frontline with the capture of forward Josh Hine.
And Warrington-born defender Ben Say has now joined the Yellows from Stockport County on a permanent deal after a loan spell in November.
Reid has released Andy Kilheeney, Adam Mitter and Kevin Townson, while youngster Jack West has gone on loan to Formby.
Snowy weather over the past two weekends means neither Town or Goole have played a league game in more than a fortnight.
Warrington will be bidding for their first win of the year and have laid on free coach travel to supporters on a first-come, first-served basis.
It departs the Abacus Solicitors' Community Stadium at 11.30am. To reserve a seat, e-mail email@example.com or call 07854 123199.
Town did manage to squeeze in a hastily arranged friendly on Tuesday night, defeating Cheshire League neighbours Greenalls Padgate St Oswalds.
Hine gave notice of his intent with a goal on his first appearance for the club, while John Miles and Mike Heverin also netted in a 3-0 win.
n ALL of Warrington’s Cheshire League teams are also hoping for a return to action this Saturday.
If Eagle win at bottom side Grappenhall in the top tier, they could climb to third should other results go their way.
Meanwhile Greenalls are due to visit Warrington and District League side Orford at the Jubilee Hub in the quarter finals of the Guardian Cup, kick off 1.30pm.