BEDFONT Sports added to their firepower this week by signing former Feltham striker Andrew Juett .
Club secretary Terry Reader broke the news of Juett's arrival at Hatton Lane on Tuesday.
He will be in contention for Saturday's home game with Chobham.
Reader explained why Feltham's current leading scorer would have no trouble finding his feet with Sports.
He said: "Andy already plays for our Sunday side and he wasn't enjoying it at Feltham, so decided to join us."
Not that his new team-mates will be giving up their shirts lightly after knocking arch rivals Staines Lammas out of the Middlesex Premier Cup on Saturday.
It was the second time in a month they have beaten Lammas in a knockout competition and it was particularly sweet revenge for Jay Coombes, Sean Ryan, Joe Johnson and Dean Greenwood, who have all been deemed surplus to requirements by old boss Nathan Wharf in recent times.
The hosts were on top from the
start and led from midway through the first half when Ricky Farnden fired home from outside the box.
Worse followed for the visitors five minutes when Ryan Copeland was sent off for dissent, before Coombes settled the tie in the second half.
Sports are at home again tomorrow (Saturday) against Chobham.
Another side in FA Premier Cup action were injury-hit CB Hounslow. According to chairman Frank James, his side have lost eight first teamers to injury in the last seven games.
Perhaps it was no surprise then that they were beaten 3-1 at home by Rayners Lane, Darren Buzzard scoring their goal.
In Division One Hanworth Villa found high-flying Chertsey too hot to handle in their clash at Rectory Meadow. Two goals for on-loan striker David Tarpey and one for John Pomroy did the damage for the Curfews, while Steve Loveridge was on the mark for the hosts.
In Division Two, it's been a tough week for Feltham caretaker boss Bob Burns.
Burns, who stepped in after Cecil Collins was sacked two weeks ago, had to take his injury-hit side to unbeaten Mole Valley on Tuesday, where they went down 4-1.
Adam Watts' goal had them in with a chance of an unlikely point in the second half, but they were
sunk by a penalty and a breakaway goal with the last kick of the match rubbed salt in the wounds.
However, the performance was
an improvement on Saturday's 5-0 drubbing at Warlingham for Burn's men, who entertain Cobham tomorrow.