WEYMOUTH & Portland coach Simon Litster says the team have their mojo back ahead of their final Wadworth 6X Dorset & Wilts One South match of the season at Bournemouth Thirds tomorrow (3pm).

The contest is the reverse fixture of a match the Seahorses won 51-17 back in September, but Litster expects Bournemouth to be tougher opponents now.

Litster said: “I expect them to be tougher opponents than the first game of the season when we beat them at home.

“It is not going to be a walk in the park, but I think the attitude and desire to win, we have got it back.

“We have got our mojo back if you like.

“The vibe with the lads is really good, they are looking forward to the last game of the season, if the weather is like (on Friday) it should be a good, open game.”

Litster is wary of the threat Bournemouth face, saying that he does not think their current position of ninth tells them much.

Litster said: “There is a tint of caution, because Bournemouth are never that easy at home, they may be lying further down the league but I don’t think that really tells us much.

“They will be a good side. Their first team are at home so they are going to have a big crowd up there because their first team have already been promoted, and their second team does not have a fixture.”

Lewis Allan has scored 12 tries, the same number that Norton Rogers managed last season, while Andy Bowditch is behind on 11, and Litster expects some friendly rivalry between Bowditch and Allan.

The Seahorses currently have nine wins, one draw and nine losses, and Litster hopes the players can tilt the balance in favour of victories.

Litster said: “We are on won nine, drawn one, lost nine, so it is perfectly evenly spread, and I think the boys would be really keen to make it won 10, drawn one, lost nine.”

The only change sees Jason Hoskins out with an ankle injury, Cameron Avant moves into the centre, while Ryan Keeble-Kinsella comes into the wing.

Craig Barter comes back at scrum-half, so Alex Toms moves to full-back, while Allan moves to fly-half, while the club will also be taking youngster Matt Lang along for potentially his first outing with the senior team.