BOSS Garry Hill wants Weymouth to finish the season with a flourish – before he tells his players their Wessex Stadium futures.
The Terras close their turbulent Conference South season at home to St Albans City with no chance of reaching the play-offs after Eastbourne’s win over Weston-super-Mare last night.
But Hill, whose side have won five of seven league games since his appointment, still wants his players to end their topsy-turvy campaign on a high.
He said: “We have gained some positive results over the last few weeks and going into the final game, we’re probably one of the form sides in the division.
“In terms of the play-offs, it would have been great if we still had another couple of games to play because there would have been a chance of probably sneaking in.
“As it is, I suspect we’ll probably end up three points away from making it which is a bit of a shame.
“What is most important tomorrow is giving another good account of ourselves, like we have in the last few games, in what I’m expecting will a very tough encounter.”
Tomorrow’s clash is the final chance Hill has to assess his squad before announcing who will stay at Radipole Lane.
Hill admits that his side’s recent good form has made his task difficult.
“Decisions have to be made sooner rather than later but the players have certainly given me something to think about in the last few weeks,” he said.
“I have been very pleased with them because they shown desire, passion and determination to get some good results.
But I don’t plan on messing around any of the players.
I’ll be seeing everyone individually to outline my plans and those who won’t be staying can expect to be told as soon as possible.”
Under-16s can watch tomorrow’s game free as part of a new campaign to get more youngsters watching the Terras.
Next season Weymouth plan to run a Kids For a Quid scheme for each home game.
Under-16s wanting to take advantage of the offer are being asked to use turnstile number eight at the Wessex Stadium tomorrow.