TADCASTER ALBION have secured the return of former Doncaster Rovers attacking midfielder Alfie Beestin to tomorrow's squad.

Beestin will be available for selection by Tadcaster manager Curtis Woodhouse for tomorrow afternoon's home fixture with Marine.

Beestin began his career with Tadcaster's development team, scoring four goals in three games which earned him a move to Doncaster in 2016, with the then-manager Darren Ferguson stating of the player: "ability-wise, he's got a hell of a lot".

The Leeds-born midfielder went on to appear 50 times for Doncaster - the majority of those in League 1 matches - scoring three goals. He also featured four times on loan at Chesterfield.

He was released by the Rovers at the end of last season before moving back to Albion.

Of the signing, Woodhouse said: “Alfie has been training with us for a couple of weeks and has looked razor sharp.

"He will play as a number 10 and has the ability to score and create in equal measure.

“It’s a fantastic coup for us and we are delighted to help him get back to match fitness and this platform will be beneficial for everybody involved.”

Beestin could line up for Albion when they return to action in the BetVictor Northern Premier League division one north west at home to Marnie.

In midweek, Tadcaster were knocked out of the FA Cup after losing 4-2 at Ashton United in their first qualifying round replay.

The Brewers have taken seven points from their first four league matches and a win would move them level on points with this weekend's opponents Marine, who have played a match more.

Elsewhere, Pickering will be looking to build on Tuesday's maiden win of the season at Mossley (3-2) when they travel to winless Kendal Town.

And, Selby Town continue their FA Vase campaign at Wythenshaw Amateurs.