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BAST travel to Morecambe this coming saturday (Salt ayre, 10.30am) for the final fixture of their gruelling campaign. Looking to keep their 100% winning record intact, the lads are in good heart and this week's game will see a few changes to the starting line-up. Into the side come Dave, Dave's mate, and Dave's other mate. Chris 'The daddy' Mccormack makes his debut in goal, replacing our last 'keeper who was forced into retirement by a crippling disability know commonly as 'age'. Albion possess a lethal combination of youth and experience, although of course the same could be said for a young offenders institute, the inhabitants of which would be probably useless and quite frankly dangerous on a football field. The midfield takes a famliar look, with the young blood coming to the fore. Tom, Chris, Jonesy and Andy will be looking to patrol the midfield area in typical bull-in-a-china-shop style. Up front, the experience of Ian and the youthful exuberance of Dave should give the Morecambe back line plenty to think about. BAST online grabbed a word with Chris earlier today, who was in bouyant mood:

"Personally i began training for the match today with a lie in and a KFC bucket, and in the week i have a busy schedule of doing college work whilst eating and sleeping."

Albion's subsitutues can't be faulted- there aren't any.

Resident BAST snapper Andrew Jones will be capturing the action on film and shortly after the game will be selling gift packs, which includes the official film of the game, a pencil sharpener and a bar of soap. Ideal for any artistic minded, well-scrubbed footy fan. If this doesn't tickle your fancy, BAST players will be available after the game for photo oppurtunities, where fans can have a photo with their hero. This is followed by a signing session (no underwear, naked flesh or skateboards please, due to a police warrant incurred following our last game).