TASKMASTER Ollie Cherrett reckons Christchurch are already short of the points tally they should be on – two games into the league season, writes GARETH DAVIES.

However, the Priory boss insists he is still content with the four points his team have accumulated in away clashes with Weymouth reserves and Whitchurch United.

Having been dumped out of the FA Cup by AFC Portchester, the Hurn Bridge side responded with a 2-0 win at Weymouth and a 2-2 draw at Whitchurch.

Cherrett's troops face visitors Fawley tonight (7.45pm), who lost 1-0 in Andover New Street in their Sydenhams Wessex Premier opener.

And the manager is keen to start well at home as he plots a return to the Wessex Premier after narrowly missing out in the past two campaigns.

Cherrett told the Daily Echo: “We’ve got four points from two very tough away games.

“We should have had more but I would be lying if I said I wasn’t happy and we hope to take the momentum of those results into the Fawley game.

“It’s going to be a tough match, like every game in a long season will be, but we will just keep working the boys hard and taking things one match at a time.”