Jamie Returns To W-S-M
February 12, 2015
Young striker Jamie Lucas returns to the seaside and re-joins Weston Super Mare for a further spell.
His spell earlier in the season at Vanarama Conference South Weston Super Mare was productive for him. He nearly always started in games and scored 5 goals in 13 appearances while at Weston.
(Taken from the W-S-M Official Site.)
Ryan Northmore has strengthened his striking options by bringing Bristol Rovers youngster Jamie Lucas back to the Woodspring Stadium, following a prosperous spell earlier in the season.
The Welshman netted on five occasions for the Seagulls in a three-month stint at the start of the campaign, prior to returning to Rovers and spending a month with Vanarama Conference North side Gloucester City.
“He’s well known to our players and supporters here, he’s a very exciting young prospect that we’re looking to welcome back into the squad and I fully expect him to pick up where he left off”, said Northmore.
“This time round, I think we’re in a better position and I feel that we can perhaps maximise his qualities in the team that is now there.”
When quizzed about the striker’s abilities, Northmore responded “He’s used to being a lone striker and he’s used to doing the work of two men. His energy levels are very good. I’m hopeful that it’s a very good signing all round.”
He failed to find the net when on loan with Gloucester City but he had a better time at Weston including scoring the only goal away at Staines Town and the point earning goal at Hemel Hempstead in his previous loan spell.