LYME Regis have added Dan Baggs to their squad as they get set to take on table-topping Wellington Town Seconds on Saturday (3pm).

Baggs has signed from Bridport, where he made no first-team appearances at the start of the season, and he is hoping to make an impact at the Davey Fort after impressing at their training sessions.

He will hope to be part of the team that takes on Wellington, although he will have a fight on his hands as the Seasiders are at full strength for the clash.

Their opponents may be the early pace-setters having picked up seven points from their opening four games, but Lyme Regis manager Robin Townsend believes, being a reserve side, that they will be an unknown quantity.

Talking about the game, Townsend said: “We don’t know what we are going to come up against.

“The pitch is good down there and we will have to see what it is like.

“Obviously, they have started well in the league, but being a reserve side you don’t know what you’re going to face.

“Hopefully we will have enough to win.”

Lyme Regis’ reserve side were in action last weekend as they defeated Halwill Seconds 2-1 at Davey Fort in Division Six of the Devon & Exeter League to secure their first win of the season.

The victory lifted the Seasiders to eighth in the table after three games.