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Filed: Tuesday, 19th July 2011
By: Staff Writer

West Ham's second string will travel to the South Coast this weekend for an freshly-arranged pre-season fixture.

Now commonly referred to as the 'development squad' and under the control of new coach Ian Hendon, the Hammers will travel to Weymouth this Sunday to take on the Southern League Premier Division side.

Tickets for the game are priced at 10 for adults and 2.50 for children (7.50 concessions). The game is due to kick off at 3:00pm this Saturday, 23rd July.

The young team will be hoping to repeat a 2-0 behind-closed-doors success over Gillingham this afternooon, with goals coming from Robert Hall and Olly Lee - both of whom have been heavily involved with the first team squad thus far this pre-season.

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