BRIDPORT caretaker manager Shaun Annetts is again beset by injuries and unavailabilities for the trip to Cadbury Heath on Saturday (3pm).

Annetts had earmarked this clash as a target for points, amid a horrible season which has spelled relegation for the Bees.

Bridport have so far only won once in 32 Toolstation Western League Premier Division games, drawing another and losing the remaining 30.

Following the trip to Heath, Bridport face top-eight opposition in their final three matches and Annetts is frustrated he cannot take a stronger squad to the league’s 16th-placed side.

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He told the Bridport News: “It may be a question of talking to Chris (Herbst) the reserve team manager and see whether he’s got one or two players he could possibly let me have.

“So it’s not looking great, but we’ll do the best we can.

“It’s a shame because Cadbury Heath is a side that is not having the best of seasons and we might have had a chance.

“We’ll go up there with a positive attitude and see what we can do.

“A few games ago, Street, Cadbury Heath and Brislington were earmarked for getting something.

“The remaining games will be difficult, so I would’ve liked to have had a full squad (at Cadbury).”

Annetts reiterated his desire for the players to achieve one last positive result before the end of the season.

He said: “That’s nothing more than I would like to see. If we can just get one more positive result, or a draw against any of those teams, it would be phenomenal.

“They deserve to have smiles put on their faces. Some of those lads have been involved since the start and in most if not all of those heavy defeats.

“They do deserve something before the season ends.”

Harry Burwood (travelling) and Adam Steele (family) are out while Mike Hill (knee), Mike Calverley (foot) and Jake Owen (ankle) are doubtful. Hanad Habiil could return.