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Maher happy with Lobsters

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MIKE MAHER says he is happy with his squad after adding Craig Mullen to his Lobsters squad this week.

Mullen joined the Kiln Brow outfit this week on an initial one-month loan deal from Ryman Premier Division side Kingstonian, giving the Lobsters another option up front.

And boss Maher says the 22-year-old former Team Bath striker was the final piece of the jigsaw for his side.

"He perfectly fits the bill of what I wanted," said Maher.

"He is a big lad, 6ft 2ins, and we only really have Gavin [Gordon] as a big man up front to hold the ball up. If we were to lose him to injury, we would be stuck with two smaller guys up top and with the games we have coming up, I think you would be found out.

"Craig gives us another option though and now we have four strikers to choose from, with Gavin, Chris [Gregson] and Tyrone [ Pink]."

Redhill face a tough run of fixtures in the next few weeks, with the likes of East Preston, Rye United and Pagham all to come. The Lobsters are due to face Lancing this week, though, in a game that has been brought forward to try and ease fixture congestion.

However, the irony is that unless the snow melts and the temperatures rise, that game could also fall foul of the weather. But Maher says his team, like all other non-league sides, could only prepare for the match as normal.

He said: "We have had three of the last four training sessions and we are still working hard.

"With the run of games we have coming up, we need to be in good shape and hopefully this work will pay off over the remainder of the season."

Kick-off is at 3pm on Saturday.


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