options for blues are striking

BLUE BOYS: Jack Brame, left, returns from Walsham-le-Willows duty, while Tom Bullard, right, should also be back in the side

BLUE BOYS: Jack Brame, left, returns from Walsham-le-Willows duty, while Tom Bullard, right, should also be back in the side

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Bury Town’s options in attack could be looking healthy for the first time since the turn of the year.

With dual-registered Jack Brame, who scored on his debut for the Blues last month, free of Walsham-le-Willows duty and a possible loan signing in the pipeline, the Blues travel to Wingate and Finchley tomorrow (3pm) with renewed optimism before welcoming Kingstonian to Ram Meadow on Tuesday (7.45pm).

Youngsters Anthony Roulston and Ryan Taylor have both given their all up front, while midfielder Danny Cunningham has filled in when required, but Brame or Colchester United’s Nnamdi Nwachuku — who was due to train with the Blues last night before making his final decision — are set to get the nod.

“It’s always nice to score, but three points is more important,” said 21-year-old Brame ahead of this week’s Ryman League Premier Division double header. “I want to play the best I can for Walsham and Bury to see where it takes me.”

Captain Tom Bullard, top scorer Billy Clark, Seb Dunbar, Miles Smith, Ross Bailey, Ryan Taylor, Tevan Allen and Alfie Bedingham are available for selection once again, while Cunningham is hoping to overcome an Achilles injury.