Jamie Davidson desperate to play for Wimborne Town against Evesham despite broken wrist
JAMIE Davidson is desperate to play for Wimborne Town against Evesham United despite breaking his wrist in the Magpies' win over Godalming Town.
Davidson is a major doubt for the Calor Southern League Division One South and West clash at Cuthbury.
Wimborne manager Steve Cuss is hoping the Magpies can carry on their good performance on Tuesday, and add to their points tally.
"The wrist is not in plaster and Jamie really wants to play" explained Cuss.
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"We will have to check whether it is medically right for him to play.
"Our home form is going to be very important so we need to carry on where we left off against Godalming. We need to try and get maximum points against Evesham."
The Magpies have been drawn against Dorset rivals Hamworthy United in the next round of the FA Cup on 31 August at Cuthbury.
Wimborne Town (from): Harvell, Arnold, Phillipson-Masters, Griffin, Brian, Blake, Davidson, Hubbard, Stokoe, Gamble, Webb, Costello, Whitley, Kemble, Smith, Roast, Maybury, Ackerman (gk).