St Leonards boss Glyn White has launched an astonishing attack on his Hastings opposite number George Wakeling.

White accusing him of cashing in on his on brother's success at the Pilot Field.

Dean White managed Hastings before Wakeling took over in October 2000 and Glyn claims it is his brother who deserves the credit for Town's promotion challenge in the eastern division this term. The Arrows are one point off the top behind Dorchester and have a game in hand.

Glyn White said: "When we beat Hastings recently it was a great occasion for me. I still look at that team as my brother's team and it was the first time I have got one over my brother.

"That was his team. When you look at the starting line-up there were only three changes to the team George inherited.

"I have been at St Leonards four months and brought in seven players to build my own team. George has been at Hastings18 months and brought in three."

Wakeling laughed off White's suggestions. "I think he is insulting people's intellingence by saying that. I have added a whole new spine to the team with goalkeeper Dave King, defender Adam Flanagan and Landry Zahana-Oni upfront. We have also changed our system."

White has injury concerns over skipper Liam Barham, Phil Henderson, Steve Smith, Gavin Ramsden and Danny Whyman ahead of their trip to fellow strugglers Tonbridge.

Danny Simmonds and top scorer Paul Jones are struggling to be fit for Hastings' home game against Burnham with ankle injuries.