BASINGSTOKE Town will be looking for quick double over Walton Casuals, when they host them on Saturday.

They were the last visitors to the Camrose earlier this month, when they were beaten by Town 2-1 in a League Cup tie.

Town are expected to have goalkeeper Colm McAdden back after his missed last weekend's game due to illness and manager Martin Kuhl said: "I thought it was very good game last time with Walton and I expect the same on Saturday."

The Walton game is a special day for the Community Club as they will be launching the new Junior Dragons.

This is hoping to attract the younger generation of football fans. It is open to both boys and girls under the age 12 and for a £10 membership they will receive a Junior Dragons season ticket, a free T-shirt and also a Dragons Eco friendly water bottle.

Registration is from 1pm to 2pm on December 22, followed by a presentation Making Our World a Safer Place.

Accompanying adults will pay a new revised lower rate of just £5 for games.