CHIPPENHAM Town chief Mark Collier has added to his attacking options by signing striker Jake Harris from Conference South Weston-super-Mare.
The 23-year-old former Newport County man had a successful loan spell at Chippenham's local rivals Frome Town in 2011 and after initially signing for Conference Premier outfit Hereford United at the start of this season, the striker switched to Weston in September.
Harris, who has also previously had been on loan at Gloucester City and Paulton Rovers, is expected to go into the Chippenham squad for tomorrow's trip to second-placed promotion-chasers Chesham United.
Meanwhile, the Bluebirds' Calor League Premier Division game at Hungerford Town, which was abandoned last Tuesday evening following a serious injury to midfielder Rob Dean, has been rearranged for Thursday April 17 (kick-off 7.45pm).
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