Bournemouth Lions ready to bounce back at Chapel Gate
Bournemouth Lions manager David Dunn believes his side can turn things around when they host Shelford tomorrow.
The Dorset club have lost three games on the bounce, but with their two victories this season having come on home turf - The Lions will be looking to get their season back on track at Chapel Gate.
Last week, Dings Crusaders brushed aside an under-strength Lions side, who were missing several key players.
"We've got cover in every position, but neither of our hooker's were available" explained Dunn.
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"Alex Manning stepped in for us and did tremendously well, but it was a tough ask."
Shelford have made a good start to their campaign, currently sitting in fourth place in National League Two South. With Bournemouth visiting table-topping Henley next week, a win would steady the ship as the Lions hold seventh place in the league table.
Tomorrow's opponents will be another tough test, but Dunn insists his side are ready for the challenge.
"They're very big up front and physical, but we're capable of beating anyone on the day.
"We have to approach each game as a cup final, and get used to playing at this level.
"It's still really great fun and we're enjoying every second of it."