Winger Will Dawes has been joined relegation battling W*ymouth on a one-month loan having been recalled from a previous spell at Stratford Town.

The 22-year-old, who was signed for an undisclosed five-figure fee from Stratford in the summer, had been a regular for the Bards although did not feature in their last fixture and has presumably been sent to the Dorset coast as some form of punishment.

Terras’ boss Bobby Wilkinson, who presumably has changed his mind on hating Yeovil which he declared when he was appointed at the Bob Lucas Stadium in September, is hoping the arrival will bolster the form which sees them sat second-from-bottom of the National League Table.

He said: “We have signed a tricky little winger to give competition to Keelan O’Connell and Tom Blair. He was a young talent bought by Yeovil for a good fee, so we’re pleased to announce that he’s come to us for a month.

Before being loaned back to Stratford at the start of December, Dawes appeared just three times since arriving at Huish Park.

His last outing – and only one under manager Mark Cooper – saw him come on as 62nd minute substitute in the 1-0 defeat at Woking on November 1.

He made two appearances under former boss Chris Hargreaves, starting the 1-1 draw at Dorking Wanderers on October 4.

We’d wish him good luck with the Terras, but we wouldn’t mean it.

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