WEYMOUTH chairman Ian White admitted staying in the Vanarama National League is the Terras’ top priority but added: “We’ll see where we get.”

With Weymouth embarking on a second straight season in non-League’s highest tier, White and his board of directors have been upgrading the club’s off-field armoury.

Following a new commercial partnership with Sporting Ads, the Terras have secured brand-new home and away sponsors.

New dugouts, revamped away support facilities and ground infrastructure have all been implemented in the summer.

The improvements, White tells Echosport, bring the Terras’ off-pitch standards closer to the heights of the team.

“If we can do it within our means – and things are starting to look quite bright on that sense – I’d like to see us stay in this league,” he said.

“That’s not to say we don’t want to push harder but we’ve got a lot of work to do.

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“So we want to stay in it but we’re not just aiming for that, we’ll see where we get. We’ve progressed well over the last three, four seasons.

“And I’m pleased to say that behind the scenes the club is catching up with the team.”

*Winners of the Terras Claret & Blue Lottery September draw are: 1. Elaine Colebrooke, from Weymouth, no.92; 2. Linda Hill, from Stalbridge, no.193; 3. Roger Russell, from Weymouth, no.123

£190 has been donated to Weymouth FC, increasing the total for the 2021-22 season to £780.

Elsewhere, Weymouth FC Travel Club is running a supporters’ coach to Bromley on Tuesday, October 5.

The service leaves the Bob Lucas Stadium at 1.30pm and costs £25 per person.

Contact Pete Pavey for seats on 07969 540427.

The travel club are also running a cash and voucher bingo evening, including a raffle, on Friday, October 8 at the Bob Lucas Stadium.

Bar doors open at 6.30pm for eyes down at 7.30pm.