RADCLIFFE boss Lee Fowler admits he has a welcome selection headache for tomorrow’s FA Trophy clash with Bamber Bridge.

Boro twice came from behind to draw 3-3 with Whitby on Tuesday which followed a dominant performance to grab all three points against Gainsborough Trinity on Saturday.

Despite admitting he got his selection slightly wrong against Whitby, he was glad that his side managed to grab a point after a good performance – with Kole Hall coming in off the bench to bag a second half brace.

“I should have changed the team around,” he said.

“I was too loyal to the people of Saturday who did well, I should have utilised the squad a bit more and got a little more energy in there.”

Fowler was full of praise for Hall but said Andy Owens and Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro deserved their fair share of credit.

“The reason Kole gets the goals is because of the hard work Jean and Andy have put in,” he added.

“Sometimes Kole will get the accolades but really it is down to Jean and Andy winning the battle first and giving him the platform to go and play.

“That is the next progression for Kole can he become the man to win the battle as well as scoring and that will be when he becomes a real top player.”

Fowler now has the task of picking a side to face Brig in the third qualifying round tie and said that the performances on Tuesday night really threw a spanner in the works.

“They have all come on a played well,” he said.

“I have to now watch Bamber Bridge, we know what they are about, they are a good footballing side but ultimately I have to pick a team that wins a game of football.”