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UPSET merchants Guisborough will try to reproduce the free-scoring form which destroyed Darlington when they play host to Bedlington tomorrow.
The Priorymen ripped previously unbeaten Quakers apart in a scintillating scin·til·late
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3. 4-1 win at the KGV KGV Kurs-Gewinn-Verhältnis
KGV King George V (class of British battleship)
kgV Kleinstes Gemeinsames Vielfaches (German: Least Common Multiple)
KGV King George V School on Wednesday - a performance which left manager Chris Hardy Chris Hardy (born June 6, 1972) is a Canadian Football League safety for the Toronto Argonauts. He also serves as their emergency punter/kicker. His role with the team is predominantly as a special teams tackler/blocker. feeling understandably proud of his players.
Guisborough are the top-performing Teessiders at this formative stage of the Northern League Division One season.
And if they can maintain the same standards which put paid to Darlington then sixth-placed Bedlington will find the going tough.
"We looked a constant threat and defended as a team when we had to," Hardy said of the Darlington game.
"Some of our younger players could have frozen in front of very vocal away support, but my side seemed to grow as the game went on and ran out worthy winners."
Guisborough will have defender Mark Casey back in their squad.
Norton face Sunderland RCA See RCA connector and video/TV history. in the second of six consecutive away trips. New Ancients boss Andy Campbell Andrew Paul "Andy" Campbell (born April 18 1979) is a footballer, currently playing for Halifax Town.
Career highlights include scoring against Manchester United in the FA Cup in a 2-0 win for Middlesbrough and the winning goal in the 2003 2nd division Playoff Final for has yet to see his side win in the league but will have been boosted by recent good results.
Last Saturday Norton shared a 2-2 draw with a Shildon side who went on to hammer South Shields 11-0 in midweek, and they backed it up with a first clean sheet in a goalless draw at Bedlington.
Coach Mark Scott remains confident that Billingham Synthonia will find a consistent winning formula if they can cut out unforced errors.
Craig Gott made it two goals in as many games with a penalty as Synners produced an excellent second half against Celtic Nation in midweek, but it counted for little as they lost 3-1. The defeat left them with four points from six games but, speaking ahead of of tomorrow's home match against Whitley Bay, Scott is upbeat.
"We weren't great in the first half and handed them two goals on a plate," Scott said.
"But if we can cut that out and continue to play the way we did second half we will improve as the season progresses."
After back-to-back FA Vase and FA Cup defeats, Billingham Town will start with a new keeper when they go for their first league win of the season against Team Northumbria in Newcastle.
Regular No 1 Dan Molyneux suffered a rib injury before last week's defeat to Pickering Town, which meant left-back Michael Arthur had to go in goal.
Marske have a great chance to get over their spot kicks defeat to Morpeth in the FA Vase when they visit struggling Newton Aycliffe.
Aycliffe prop up the table with zero points from six games and lost 1-0 at Mount Pleasant on the opening day of the season.
Searching for their first point in the second division, Stokesley should have a touch of extra freshness in their favour when they play host to a Morpeth side who went the long route to beat Marske.
Thornaby were well beaten 4-1 at Alnwick on Tuesday and are on their travels again, at Whitehaven.
Wearside League Stockton Town are at near enough full strength for their Monkwearmouth Cup tie against Cleator Moor Celtic.
Redcar Athletic have last season's top scorer James Kesterton back for their cup trip to Hartlepool and winless Wolviston are on league duty at third-bottom Easington.
BACK: Mark Casey returns to the Guisborough squad against Bedlington as they look to follow up their big win over previously unbeaten Darlington at the KGV tomorrow Picture by IAN COOPER