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Pinchbeck United have brought defender Nick Jackson back to the United Counties League club from Premier Division North neighbours Holbeach.

Jackson had started the season as club captain at Carter's Park but has made the switch to the Knights ahead of their home match with Leicester Nirvana on Saturday at the Sir Halley Stewart ground.

His arrival at Pinchbeck follows the recent return of Patrick Kacirek who has rejoined from Boston Town.

Nick Jackson has rejoined Pinchbeck United.
Nick Jackson has rejoined Pinchbeck United.

Holbeach face a crunch clash as they host third-from-bottom Selston looking for their first win of the season.

The Tigers have bolstered their ranks by signing former Sleaford defender Will Nuttell and one-time Bourne Town attacker Nicky Frost who has been playing for Wyberton in the Lincolnshire League this season, however, Tyler Wright has joined Sleaford Town,

Spalding United head to Wisbech Town with three new faces in their squad for the Northern Premier League Midlands Division derby duel.

Highly-rated midfielder Ben Starkie - who has represented Tanzania Under 20s at international level - has joined the Tulips from league rivals Shepshed Dynamo.

Two youngsters from Championship side Peterborough United have also made the loan switch to Spalding.

Midfielder Ethan Bojang and defender Emmanuel Fernandez will be in the Spalding squad as the Tulips target a return to winning ways following three successive league losses.

Ethan Bojang has joined Spalding on loan from Peterborough United. (53042642)
Ethan Bojang has joined Spalding on loan from Peterborough United. (53042642)

Deeping Rangers face a tough trip to second-placed Gresley Rovers in the United Counties League Premier Division North.

They will be looking to bounce back after a disappointing 3-1 home defeat against Skegness Town in midweek.

Clarets boss Daniel French commented: "We were really poor on Tuesday night - it was our poorest performance of the season.

"We didn’t work hard enough, we were sluggish and with the ball we were nowhere near good enough.

“We have actually done pretty well against the top sides this season though. We drew 2-2 with Anstey, who are third, and we only lost 2-1 to Long Eaton, who are top, in the 93rd minute, which was a massive kick in the teeth because we deserved to win that game.

“Gresley’s league position reflects they are a decent side but it’s up to us to put in a performance.”

Bourne Town will be looking to build on last week's home win when they travel to face Dunkirk in Division One.



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