BINFIELD have signed striker Adam Cornell on a dual-registration from Hartley Wintney – and one or two other new signings could follow, writes Dave Wright.

Manager Roger Herridge says his small and injury-hit squad will need strengthening, particularly as he fears there may be the possibility of his side playing three times a week if many more fixtures are postponed due to the bad weather.

The Premier Division title-chasing Moles have 15 Hellenic League fixtures remaining in addition to a Bluefin Sports (UHL) Cup tie with Fairford, which was postponed last Monday.

"That is going to put a strain on our squad which is not the biggest and we have a few injury problems at the moment," commented Herridge,

"We are delighted to have got a player of Adam's quality and we might bring in one or two more in the next few weeks.

"With our small squad, we need to make sure we have some cover and give us more options especially if it comes to a time when we are playing two or even three times a week."

Due to his new job commitments, former Bracknell goal ace Cornell can no longer fully commit himself to Southern League Premier Division South club Hartley Wintney.

"There will come a time when we have players out injured or in need of a rest, and so it will be useful to have players like Adam to call on if his work commitments allow," said Herridge.

The Moles manager had mixed feelings about last Saturday's 2-2 draw at Shrivenham which saw the hosts come from two goals down to snatch an equaliser deep into injury-time.

He commented: "We were just five seconds away from getting a great win and it was disappointing to lose a two-goal lead, but Shrivenham deserve some credit as they kept going right to the end and scored with virtually the last kick of the game."

The Moles, unbeaten in league games since mid-November, are home to Royal Wootton Bassett this Saturday which could mean Terence 'TJ' Bohane facing several of his former Bracknell teammates.