BRIDPORT Boss Jamie Manley says his side are looking forward to getting back on the pitch this weekend as they aim for three huge points at St Mary’s Field.

After not playing last weekend due to poor weather, Bridport are back in action this Saturday as they host Roman Glass St. George in the Toolstation Western Premier League (3pm).

Bridport have already played Saturday’s opposition this season, suffering a 2-1 defeat away from home in the cup, and the Bees’ manager Jamie Manley is predicting another difficult match for his side this weekend.

He said: “We know they are a decent side, we played them at their place on on the 3G pitch and that was a close game.

“We competed really well in that game and we were really disappointed that we didn’t manage to get anything out of the game.”

Manley said he was “frustrated” by his side’s lack of playing time in recent weeks, with two of the Bees last four games being called off.

He added: “It would have been nice to play last week, because we had a win in our last game but we just have to carry on.

“We just have to try to get another three points on the board and as long as the lads give it their all we have a chance.”

Bridport currently sit in 18th place in the Toolstation Western Premier Division after a disappointing start to the season but Manley says his side are ready to keep fighting to keep their place in the league.

“It’s not going to be easy,” he said. “We just have to take every game as it comes and makes sure we are prepared and ready to go.”