Charlestown have improved their attacking depth in signing a second youngster from Hamilton Olympic.
The Blues picked up Beau McDonald from Olympic two weeks ago and now have Musa Kamara, who had returned to Hamilton after a year with APIA Leichhardt.
While McDonald, an overage player, is ineligible for first grade at Charlestown until after the first window for PPS changes, Kumara is still under 20 and therefore available for the top grade.
Charlestown coach David Tanchevski said Kamara had been training with the Blues for three weeks and would give them more options and depth in attack.
After wins over Edgeworth and Lake Macquarie, Tanchevski was disappointed the Blues could not keep their momentum going last Saturday night when the clash at Hamilton was washed out.
However, the rain could have been a blessing in disguise. In-form midfielder Peter McPherson was to be rested with a leg problem and striker Scott Smith would have missed the first half because of work.
Tanchevski expected to have a full-strength squad to take on Adamstown on Sunday at Lisle Carr Oval.
Adamstown are the only side to beat the wet weather and play all four rounds but they are let to register a point. Tanchevski, though, was wary.
"They've been close most weeks so it's got to come for them sooner or later," he said. "They seem to be an improved side from last season and they are going to be tough to beat on their day."
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