Dorchester Town to concentrate on league campaign after double cup exit
Dorchester Town will look to get their league season back on track after being knocked out of the FA Trophy and FA Cup this week.
The Magpies have not featured in the Blue Square South since November 17, when the Dorset side came from behind to beat Maidenhead.
Dorchester host Sutton United on Saturday at The Avenue Stadium, as Phil Simkin's side hope to move away from a tight mid-table battle.
Although Sutton have only won four games this season, they are only three points behind the Magpies who currently sit in eleventh place.
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Dorchester have three games in hand on the majority of teams in the Blue Square South, but will want to get back into league action with three points.
The Magpies have not lost at home against Sutton since 2005 - when they were thumped 5-0 by the Us.