WEYMOUTH & Portland coach Rich Bament has set the crosshairs on “five points” when Salisbury Seconds visit Monmouth Avenue in Wadworth 6X Dorset & Wilts One South action tomorrow (3pm).

Bament led the Seahorses to a fine 28-27 win at Oakmeadians in his first game in charge but is unsure what to expect of Salisbury’s second string.

Nevertheless, the former Dorchester player has targeted victory as Weymouth play in their home territory for the first time this season.

Bament told Echosport: “It’s home comforts against a second team – you never really know what you’re going to get.

“They might send a strong team down or whoever is available, that’s the horrible thing. It’s a nightmare for planning but we’ll play whatever’s in front of us on the day. I would expect five points – (we are) certainly capable of it.”

Bament believes the rearguard action undertaken to defend a one-point lead at the Bears with Ben Davies in the sin bin will serve the Seahorses well.

He said: “They all stuck together, trusted the system we had in place and all they’ve got to do now is transfer it into another game.”

Matt Savage (hamstring) is out and captain Dave Oaksford will have a scan on his knee injury.