Three Bridges manager Paul Faili, right, is looking at a couple of trialists in this afternoon’s home game against Great Wakering Rovers.
He isn’t looking to make many new signings as all but two of his squad pledged to stay on from last season when Bridges gained their highest ever finish at seventh place in Ryman Division One South.
The only departures were striker Nathan Crabb (Lewes) and centre half Martin Dynan.
Faili said: “Our main aim is to get fitness levels up and I am pleased how it’s going.”
Bridges beat Ryman Premier club Leatherhead 3-1 at home on Wednesday night and will returning to Jubilee Field for today’s (Saturday) game against Great Wakering Rovers.
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