WIMBORNE Town boss Matty Holmes believes some members of his squad may have a “point to prove” when they tomorrow host Dorchester Town.

The trio of Matt Oldring, Toby Holmes and Luke Holmes were all snapped up by Wimborne from their Southern League Premier opposition.

They could feature when the sides face off in the last eight of the Dorset Senior Cup (7.45pm).

Both Luke and Toby Holmes were signed from Dorchester in June 2016, while Oldring arrived having left Dorchester in March.

Manager Holmes told the Daily Echo: “When you are a player playing against your old club you always want to do well.

“I am sure the boys loved their time at Dorchester but things change and people move on.

“I think Toby has definitely got a point to prove because he didn’t really get the opportunities at Dorchester.

“Now he is scoring goals for fun, I am sure he would love to stick a couple past them.

“Matty had some great years at Dorchester and he was a really popular figure there.

“I think we were lucky to get him. The new manager there at the time maybe didn’t want him around as much.”

The Cuthbury boss himself featured 170 times for Dorchester following his retirement from the professional game in 2000.

But he insisted his side would be going all out in a bid to overcome his previous employers.

“Our record in cup competitions has been really poor since I have been manager,” added Holmes.

“The league to me is more important but we are desperate to have a good cup run.”

Elsewhere in the quarter-finals, Poole Town are set to make the short trip to face Hamworthy United at the County Ground.

And boss Tom Killick admitted he would be fielding a changed but competitive line-up.

He added: “It’s a game I am very keen to win.

“Hamworthy seem to be quite powerful at the moment and have some players who have played at a higher level.

“We will change things around a little bit but our overwhelming objective is to win the game.”

Verwood Town visit Portland United, while Shaftesbury host Bridport (all 7.45pm).