Chase on for non-league duo

Sky Sports understands a host of Football League clubs are chasing highly-rated Dorchester Town duo Kieffer Moore and Charlie Clough.

Last Updated: 12/04/13 at 09:45

Charlie Clough (right): Attracting interest from several clubs

Charlie Clough (right): Attracting interest from several clubs

Dorchester pair Moore & Clough catching the eye

Sky Sports understands a host of Football League clubs are chasing highly-rated Dorchester Town duo Kieffer Moore and Charlie Clough.

Teenage striker Moore and defender Clough have been earning rave reviews in the Blue Square Conference South this season with a number of eye-catching performances.

18-year-old Moore is tipped for a big future in the game with the powerful forward having just burst onto the scene, while 22-year-old Clough is regarded as an accomplished central defender.

Moore, who only joined Dorchester in February, has scored six goals for the club already, bringing his tally for the season to 19 after netting 13 goals for Truro prior to his arrival at Dorchester.

Former Bristol Rovers defender Clough has been in superb form for Dorchester this season with the centre-back chipping in with an impressive 10 goals.

The form of the talented duo has not gone unnoticed by clubs higher up the football pyramid with Dorchester facing a fight to keep hold of Moore and Clough.

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