FORMER England international David Trick will take on guest speaker duties when Swanage & Wareham hold their annual dinner on Saturday, March 3.

Searingly quick even by winger standards, ex-Bath star Trick represented England at every level, from under-16s through to the senior side.

He joined Bath in 1978 while still at school and played nearly 300 games, scoring 191 tries.

Trick toured Argentina and South Africa with England and played 12 games, scoring 11 tries, between 1980 and 1986.

Swans had no game scheduled last weekend. They are back in action on Saturday, when they entertain Yeovil.

The Bestwall side are third-bottom in Southern Counties South, 13 points behind Yeovil who are one spot above them.

Meanwhile, Swanage Town & Herston were left to contemplate a blank weekend.

The Dorset Premier League side, who have just been hit with a 12-point deduction for fielding an ineligible player, had been scheduled to travel to Balti Sports.

However, following a pitch inspection early in the afternoon, the playing surface was deemed unfit and the fixture was postponed.

The call-off is another body blow for Tim Brown's side, who have launched an appeal to the Dorset County Football Association over their points deduction.

They were punished after fielding an ineligible player in Nat Scott without having secured international clearance. Swans were also fined £50.