WELLINGTON continue their run of away matches in Division One of the Toolstation Football League with games at Calne (Saturday) and Welton (Tuesday).

Manager Clive Jones has assembled a squad of 17 players - and he has no plans to enlarge it.

“I’m happy with the squad,” he said yesterday. “Obviously we may have to bring in players if we start picking up injuries. But there’s nothing you can do about that. One of my main problems at the moment is keeping everyone happy.”

Wellington got their season off to a winning start in the Toolstation League with a 2-0 away victory over Bishop Sutton on Saturday.

Both their goals came in the second half after a disappointing first 45 minutes.

“What I liked about our display was our fitness,” said Jones. “The lads have worked hard in training and it showed.

“Bishop Sutton are a far better side than last season but we deserved to win.”

Wellington included four new faces at Bishop Sutton - goalkeeper Connor Sidley-Adams, Glen Wright, Sam Kemp and Jack Taylor, who all played a part at some stage during the game.

Wellington were hoping that skipper Sam Bryant, who missed the game at Bishop Sutton after failing a fitness test on the day, would be fit for last night’s game at Wincanton Town.

Neighbours Bishops Lydeard were held to a 3-3 home draw by Wincanton in their first ever match in the Toolstation League on Saturday.