Alan Dowson, manager of Vanarama National League South club Hampton & Richmond Borough, has picked up a striker to cover for the possible recall of Bradley Hudson-Odoi to National League side Sutton United after today’s game.
Sutton have allowed the Beavers to take Adam Coombes on loan for a month in return to give Hampton some strike power as they run up towards Christmas.
Coombes signed for the U`s from Welling United in February.
A former Chelsea academy player, he has represented England at under-16 and under-17 level.
He also played for Notts County and Bromley before moving at the start of last season to Welling, where he averaged better than a goal a game, including a double hat-trick against Swindon Supermarine in the Emirates FA Cup.
Hudson-Odoi is still able to play for the Beavers as they look to continue the unbeaten run against Poole Town today and keep the pressure on the play-off challengers.