DORCHESTER Sports manager Ashley James is relishing a return to the Clayson Stadium as his side entertain Sturminster Newton United in the Dorset Premier League tomorrow (2pm).

Sports were beaten 2-1 by the previously pointless Cherries in their last outing, and James is hopeful a return to home territory can hand his charges revenge against the league’s bottom side.

But James has also warned of the need to cut out costly errors as the county town outfit look to return to winning ways.

He told Echosport: “We’ve just got to get back to basics. The lads are still pretty annoyed that they didn’t manage to get a result (at Sturminster).

“It’s nice that we play them again so quickly. We’re on the 3G and we haven’t played there for quite a while. It will be nice to get back on there and hopefully get a positive result. We beat Gillingham and that was our last victory – we’ve lost three away games since.

“We want to get back (home), we’ve played well on there and we hope to be able to do it again (tomorrow).”

On the mistakes, he added: “I was confident two weeks ago, but every mistake we seem to be making is killing us. We have to cut them out otherwise it’s going to be a hard afternoon.

“When we get that one-goal lead we’ve got to try and get that second goal or unfortunately it’s going to end the same.”

James is unavailable for the clash, so assistant Steve Churchill will manage and is without the banned Gareth Will and Jamie Samways (thumb), but Sports are otherwise fully fit.