WEYMOUTH & Portland face their “toughest game” of the year when they host Swanage & Wareham in Wadworth 6X Dorset & Wilts One South.

The Seahorses are hoping to respond from a tough 37-24 defeat away at Salisbury last time out, but face a tough ask against the league leaders.

Weymouth coach Anthony Cowburn, said: “Unfortunately the morale was quite low after the (Salisbury) game and we have now got to try and find that back before the toughest game of the year which is going to be the Swans at home.

“They came down from the Southern Counties South league and of course they are the team to beat in the league.

“Unfortunately the reality is, what we have got to be able do is just compete against them and get something out of the game.

“The reality of it is that our squad is not big enough to be able to compete with teams like Swanage in terms of going for a win.”