Hitchin Town player updates

PUBLISHED: 14:25 15 September 2017

Mark Burke and Darren Sarll shake hands after their pre-season draw. Picture: Danny Loo

Mark Burke and Darren Sarll shake hands after their pre-season draw. Picture: Danny Loo

Danny Loo Photography 2017

Hitchin Town face fellow Southern Premier League outfit Bishops Stortford in the Herts Charity Cup semi-final at the Prokit Stadium on Saturday.

Manager Mark Burke has Kavan Cotter available after he returned for a further month on loan from Luton Town.

Brett Donnelly and Connor Vincent both trained but are lacking fitness, with the former being under the guidance of physio Connor Moran during Thursday night’s session.

James Budden has a slight tear to the cartilage in his knee that will keep him sidelined for some time.

Connor Roberts has returned to parent club Frome Town due to a change in work commitments renders him unavailable for midweek matches and training.

A promotion at work also means Danny Clifton won’t feature for The Canaries in the near future, having signed on dual registration with Corby Town.

Josh Coley will be part of the Baldock Town squad playing Aylesbury United in the FA Cup this weekend.

Liam Brooks will be unavailable for the next two week

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