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Adders start with loan pairAtherstone United boss Kenny Willis will hand immediate debuts to loan signings Chris Tullin and Roy Dunkley as the Adders begin their Dr Martens Western campaign at Gloucester City.00:00, 16 AUG 2002Updated19:28, 26 APR 2013Atherstone United boss Kenny Willis will hand immediate debuts to loan signings Chris Tullin and Roy Dunkley as the Adders begin their Dr Martens Western campaign at Gloucester City.And Willis is optimistic that the teenage duo, who have made the switch from Conference neighbours Nuneaton Borough, will add experience to the squad despite their tender years.Willis hopes they will be joined by Sam Parkin and Scott Blair as he seeks to get off the mark.”Gloucester is a tough place to go but we’ll go there positive with the aim of giving nothing away and getting at least a point on the board,” he said.Tony Dobson has a near full strength side to choose from ahead of Rugby United’s curtain raiser at home to Clevedon.United, who make a return to the Western Division this season, are only missing Jermaine Gordon, who is still recovering from a knee injury picked up at the start of pre season.Dobson also hinted that his side could also be strengthened by a couple of new faces prior to the start of the season.He said: “I’ve got virtually a full strength side to pick from although there could be a couple of more players added. I’ve got my fingers crossed.”Racing Club Warwick face a difficult baptism as they entertain newly promoted Broms grove Rovers.And their team plans have been hit by the loss of three key players ahead of the clash with Rovers, who are among the promotion favourites.Defender Paul John is unavailable because of family commitments, while Owen Lovelock and Tom Gardner are ruled out through injury.Assistant manager Ashley Alexander said: “It’s unfortu nate that they will not be able to be part of our plans but we’ll just get on with it.”We know Bromsgrove will be a tough test given their financial clout but if we carry on the way we have been in pre season and carry on creating chances there’s every possibility of kicking off the season with three points.”Bedworth United will look to experienced duo Lee and Craig Middleton as they launch their campaign at home to relegated Merthyr Tydfil.Defender Jamie Richardson faces a late fitness test ahead of the clash, but fellow defender Martin Crowley is ruled out through injury after tripping over a ladder at work.Greenbacks assistant manager Marcus Law is expecting a tough test but hopes to over come the Welshmen.He said: “Merthyr should be a strong side given they’ve just come down a division. People will be expecting them to bounce right back but we’re quietly confident that we can get off to a good start.”Newcomer Simon Dakin awaits a fitness test to decide whether he lines up in Hinckley United’s opener against Tiverton Town at Middlefield Lane tomorrow (3pm).Thomas fields seven new faces against a Devon outfit regarded as one of the promotion favourites.HINCKLEY UNITED from: Afandiyev, Cartwright, March, Preston, Penny, Storer, Dakin, Crowley, Hadland, Fox, O’Toole, Rowe, R Mitchell, L Mitchell, Wilkes, Blake, Doherty.
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