Quakers make three changes

First published in Sport Darlington and Stockton Times: Photograph of the Author by , Deputy Sports Editor

There are two full debuts among the three changes that Darlington have made for this morning’s Boxing Day game at Norton & Stockton Ancients.

Jonny Davis and Nathan Thomas are both in the starting XI for the first time, though both came off the bench in the draw last week against Spennymoor Town.

Midfielder Davis joined recently from Hebburn Town and he replaces Craig Gott, while Thomas, who is on loan from Sunderland, replaces Amar Purewal.

Also in the starting XI is Adam Nicholls and he comes in for Chris Emms.
Purewal and Emms are both subs, as are loan players Johnny Burn and Michael Sweet.

Quakers’ goalkeeper today is Ian Myers, formerly of Brandon.
In the Norton side is player-manager Andy Campell, the former Middlesbrough striker.

Norton & Stocton Ancients: Provett, Martin, Lilley, Habron, Mulligan, Oakley, Martin, Gardener, Hume, Campbell, Brown. Subs: Proctor, Storr, Seaton, Bath, Howarth

Darlington: Bell, Harrison, Brown, Tait, Scott, Nicholls, Galbraith, Davis, Thompson, Dowson, Thomas. Subs: Myers (gk), Amar Purewal, Emms, Burn, Sweet

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3:18pm Wed 26 Dec 12

darlo_jambo says...

Will the echo do a subsequent report on the discrimination of Darlo fans by other NL clubs? Another club disgracefully hiking prices for a visit of Darlo.
Will the echo do a subsequent report on the discrimination of Darlo fans by other NL clubs? Another club disgracefully hiking prices for a visit of Darlo. darlo_jambo
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