LYME Regis manager Robin Townsend feel his side are still “finding their feet” despite a 3-2 Devon & Exeter League Division One victory over Wellington Town Seconds at Davey Fort.

Having been on the back foot during the early exchanges against the reserve side, former Bridport ace Dan Baggs and Kieren Daniels helped the Seasiders to a two-goal lead at the break.

However, the visitors got a goal back on the hour mark before Chris Herbst – playing as a makeshift striker – netted Lyme’s third in the 70th minute to put the game to bed.

Despite a last-gasp consolation goal, the hosts walked away with the three points and their second win in three league games.

Speaking after the match, Townsend said: “We’re still finding our feet in the league and we have two massive game coming up.

“We play Exeter University on Saturday and they have a big pool to choose from so that will be tough.

“Then we play the Cronies who haven’t lost in three years, so it’s going to be nice and interesting.

“We’re looking forward to it.”

Lyme have added another player to their ranks to help bolster their squad.

Teenager Cody Bowditch has joined the Seasiders from Sidmouth and he will be competing for a first-team spot.

Speaking about his new acquisition, the manager added: “He’s a good, good player. He’s only 16 and we’re looking at the youth as much as possible.

“We have a good, young side now and we’re hoping to bring one more in.”