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Darlo Diary: Team has suffered one defeat in nine but looks low on confidence


WHERE you’re looking for a good roll of the ball or a lucky break to try and eventually take a game by the scruff of the neck, watching a tame shot from distance end up in the net via a goalkeeping error is the last thing you want to see.

From the Evo-Stik League:
Premier Round-up: Farsley hit six as Scarborough stretch lead


Scarborough stretched their lead at the top of the EVO-STIK League Premier Division with a 2-0 win over Marine.

Foodbank Collection at the Guiseley match


food-bank-thumb.jpgAt our next home match, which will be against Guiseley on Saturday 3rd November we will be holding our annual collection for the King’s Church Foodbank.

The King’s Church Foodbank is situated on Whessoe Road and is part of a network of foodbanks across the town. The other centres are at St. Mary’s Community Centre in Cockerton, St. Andrew’s Church in Haughton-le-Skerne and St. Columba Church on Clifton Road.

The foodbanks are an emergency food resource for people who are unable to feed themselves or their families due to financial difficulties or crisis.

The King’s Church is always grateful for the donations that they receive, especially non-perishables such as – baked beans, soup, UHT milk, tinned meats/fruit and pasta or rice, which helps the foodbank to make up a well-balanced bag of food.

Quakers fans have always given generously as can be seen in photograph of the proceeds from last year’s collection.

If you’re unable to attend the Guiseley match, or you forget to take your contribution to the collection, don’t worry because there are designated donation boxes around town, including Sainsburys and Co-op stores, or you can take donations directly to collection points listed above. Supplies often run low, so donations of food are always gratefully received.

From Simon Hahn:
Darlo – Newcastle U23’s a few thoughts


  After a night back at the Arena there were many positives to takes despite defeat to Newcastle’s youngsters. Like last year it was a weird experience being back at the white elephant, but still, all considered I think we had a good turnout. As a whole, we looked effective going forward and were unlucky […]

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Meet the opposition - Halifax Town


Halifax Town BadgeHalifax Town are no strangers to the Quakers, regardless of whether they reformed and we didn’t we call know that a club is it’s fans so it is perhaps fitting that our very first game back in the town is against the Shaymen.

There are a number of links between the two sides, not the least of which is that their former Manager Neil Aspin starred for the Quakers during the time of our promotion challenge where we fell at the final hurdle against Peterborough on a dreadful night in North London.

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