Cup Game News

by Scott Thornberry - 14th October 2010

cup game news

Mossley have been confirmed as Darlington’s opponents in the fourth qualifying round of the FA Cup.

 

The Quakers will go to the Manchester-based club a week on Saturday (October 23), 3pm kick-off, after they won their third qualifying round replay against Lincoln Moorlands Railway.

 

Mossley are in the Northern Premier League Division One North (the Evostick League, formerly known as the Unibond League) and are currently 17th in the table, one place above Durham City, 

 

 

If Darlington's game on October 23 results in a draw, the replay at the Northern Echo Arena will be played on Tuesday October 26.

Two of Darlington’s cup games have been re-arranged.

 

Darlington’s game at Norton and Stockton Ancients in the Durham Challenge Cup has been brought forward 24 hours to Tuesday October 19 (7.30pm kick-off). Admission to the Norton game is priced £5 adults and £2 concessions.

 

Meanwhile, Darlington’s Under-18s take on Mossley in the third qualifying round of the FA Youth Cup at the Northern Echo Arena on Wednesday October 27 – the kick-off for that game has been changed to 7.45pm.

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DAFTS - 15th October 2010 10:52:58

I've had a very helpful response from Mossley AFC's matchday co-ordinator with some info:

Seems like they're keeping their admission prices down to £7 adults and £4 concessions, and you can go anywhere in the ground.

Darlo fans will be welcome in the clubhouse - they even have a verandah from which you can watch the game. Don't suggest everyone goes there... :shock:

Details of parking, travel, pubs, refreshments etc now added to the DAFTS website
http://188.65.112.140/~daftscou/steve/Mossley1.htm

www.dafts.co.uk

PS: If Supporters Club are running a coach, suggest contacting Elaine Field via Mossley AFC, and she says they will cater for everyone

BishopQuaker - 15th October 2010 11:00:12

DAFTS wrote:I've had a very helpful response from Mossley AFC's matchday co-ordinator with some info:

Seems like they're keeping their admission prices down to £7 adults and £4 concessions, and you can go anywhere in the ground.

Darlo fans will be welcome in the clubhouse - they even have a verandah from which you can watch the game. Don't suggest everyone goes there... :shock:

Details of parking, travel, pubs, refreshments etc now added to the DAFTS website
http://188.65.112.140/~daftscou/steve/Mossley1.htm

http://www.dafts.co.uk

PS: If Supporters Club are running a coach, suggest contacting Elaine Field via Mossley AFC, and she says they will cater for everyone
Oooo fancy that!
"I'll meet you on the veranda, daaaaarling" :lol:

karlodarlo - 16th October 2010 05:49:27

They are even keeping the price of the programme down to the usual £2.They are going to print 500 instead of the usual 100! If you contact Harry Hulmes at the club they'll send you one out if you can't go!
Keep the faith...........

walshys_wingman_11 - 17th October 2010 15:58:09

The supporters bus leaves at 10.30 and is £15

wylam_rangers - 17th October 2010 16:31:20

walshys_wingman_11 wrote:The supporters bus leaves at 10.30 and is £15
That's an early start for a 2hr trip - It's the Oldham Mossley not the Liverpool one.

QuakerMatt - 17th October 2010 17:03:49

Doesn't the Supporters Coach normally arrive around two hours before kick off anyway?

wylam_rangers - 17th October 2010 17:11:44

QuakerMatt wrote:Doesn't the Supporters Coach normally arrive around two hours before kick off anyway?
It's usually 1hr - 90mins every time I've travelled. Might be allowing extra time for A1/M62 roadworks.