WEYMOUTH boss Mark Molesley was left “frustrated” after Terras picked up two more injuries in their draw against Eastbourne Borough on Saturday.
With Calvin Brooks playing his first full 90 minutes since December, any hopes that the Terras’ injury list would be shortened were quickly dispelled when Jordan Ngalo went off after half an hour with a hamstring problem.
In another blow for Terras, Adeoye Olumuyiwa was also subbed off after injuring some ankle ligaments with about 20 minutes to go.
On this latest injury blow, Molesley said: “It’s frustrating because you welcome one back and then another two get injured.
“It’s the nature of football, you are always going to pick up injuries, especially with the nature of the schedule.
“We have had a lot to contend within the last few weeks and like I’ve said that’s why I’m proud of the boys.”
With Ngalo and Olumuyiwa now out, that takes the number of players on the treatment table to eight, with Jack Hoey, Brennan Camp, Josh McQuoid, Cameron Murray, Andy Robinson and Jaidon Anthony all recovering from varying degrees of injury.
Despite the battered and bruised state of the squad, Weymouth are fourth in the league and can now look forward to a kinder, less demanding schedule for the rest of the season.
Molesley added: “We were always going to be up against it with the injuries that we have had, but we are out of that period now and we should be expecting most of those lads that have injuries to come back in the next few weeks so the future is looking bright for us.”