BRACKNELL Town manager Geoff Warner could have a tough decision to make in the next week or so, writes Dave Wright.

It concerns his two goalkeepers, Mark Scott and Chris Grace.

Scott has recently been sidelined for a month with a calf injury, leading to the dual-registered Grace being recalled from Binfield.

But Scott went through a rigorous training session with the club's goalkeeping coach Tony Perry before last Saturday's 4-0 win over Molesey and was named among the substitutes, which indicates he is close to being fully fit again.

Warner was also planning to give him a run-out in a midweek friendly with Hellenic League side Burnham.

So the Town manager will shortly have to decide between the pair.

He said: "It's great to have two goalkeepers on our books as good as them, but it does mean we are going to have to make a decision as to who plays when Scotty is back match fit."

When Grace switched back to Larges Lane, Binfield manager Roger Herridge brought in former Flackwell Heath keeper David Lyons and he has been pleased with his performances, which suggests he is unlikely to drop him in favour of Grace.

The latter played well against Molesey with Warner commenting: "He had another good game; he's done playing brilliantly for us.

"We really wanted to keep a clean sheet as we haven't had too many, particularly of late."

The manager accepted Town's performance was not of the highest quality against a side second from bottom of the table, but added: "We managed the game quite well. Yes, we could have played better, but overall I was pleased with our performance. There were certainly some positives to come out of it."

The Robins, who return to second in the table behind runaway South Central Division leaders Hayes & Yeading, suffered two injuries during the game with Kensley Maloney damaging his knee on which he has had surgery last year, and Ryan Parsons, who sustained a nasty looking wound to his arm that left a bone exposed.

Town were also without Ashleigh Artwell, who had been injured in the 3-2 Velocity Trophy semi-final defeat at Hornchurch on Tuesday last week and fellow midfielder Jamie McClurg, ruled out due to a family bereavement.

McClurg is expected back for this Saturday's trip to Hertford.