WELLINGTON goalkeeper Rob Hall is set to start light training at the end of this month - after being sidelined through injury for more than a year.

Hall, who will be 23 next month, broke into the first team at the beginning of last season but suffered a serious knee injury in only his third game.

A bricklayer by trade, he was off work for a lengthy spell and has undergone two major operations.

Since then he has been involved in a rehab programme and later this month will start running for the first time since the injury.

He has always been determined to play again and his aim is to be fit enough to play in pre-season friendlies next July.

Meanwhile, Wellington's first team hope to be back in action tomorrow (Sat) - after their last two games were postponed.

They play away to St Blazey in the Premier Division of the Toolstation League, the sides having played out a 1-1 draw at Wellington in mid-September.

Wellington's league game at home to Buckland Athletic last Saturday and away to Cheddar in the Somerset Premier Cup on Tuesday were rained off.

Wellington Reserves have a big home game tomorrow against St Martins who top the first division in the Devon and Exeter League (2.15).

The Reserves will be chasing a double, having beaten St Martins 3-0 away earlier this season.

Wellington A are away to bottom side Old Inn 98 in the first division of the Taunton Saturday League.

In the Somerset Women's League, Wellington Wildcats are away to Paulton Rovers Reserves in Division One on Sunday, while Wellington Ladies are home to Bridport Ladies (2p.m.).

There are full programmes of matches in the Taunton Youth, Somerset Sunday and Somerset Girls League over the weekend.