DUDLEY Sports boss Tony Gore has brought in six new signings as he looks to end a 10-game winless run.

Sports have not picked up three points since beating AFC Bridgnorth in mid-October and were left frustrated by the weather as last Saturday's clash with Ellesmere Rangers fell victim to heavy snowfall.

They now head to Malvern Town this weekend with a host of new additions.

Forward Elliot George-Parkes, defender Charlie Rumsey and midfielders Ellis Bastable, James Smith and Jonathan Scarborough have all linked up from Sunday football. Goalkeeper Ewan Mountjoy also comes in to provide cover for Liam O'Dowd after he picked up a thumb injury.

All are available for this weekend's trip to Malvern Gore said: "It's all about trying to get the best out of the lads. Malvern is another tough game for us but they're all difficult when you're struggling.

"We're pleased to get some new players in. We've been looking to strengthen for a few weeks now and we took the chance when these lads became available.

"We have slowly been adding to the squad but we still needed extra competition and more pressure on the players we already have.

"We have also struggled with players being unavailable so we had to get people in who want to play for the club."