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RUFC - Ref Watch v Accrington



Richard Clark from Northumberland

This is Richard's first season as a Football League Referee but this will be his second visit to the New York Stadium, the first being in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy when a goal ten minutes from Matty Blair put York City into the next round.

Last season he was in the middle for fifteen Blue Square Premier League games and showed fifty-six yellow and four red cards. He was the referee in the Football Conference Play-Off between York City and Mansfield Town at the end of last season at Bootham Crescent and controversially sent-off Matt Green of Mansfield for two hand-ball incidents - he also showed six yellow cards, one to former Miller Gary Roberts.

This season Richard has been in charge of eleven games and has given out twenty-nine yellow cards and three red cards.


Running the line on Saturday will be

Nicholas Gibbons from Lincolnshire
and
Matthew Dicicco from Cleveland

The Fourth Official will be

Mark Astley from ManchesterRichard Clark from Northumberland

This is Richard's first season as a Football League Referee but this will be his second visit to the New York Stadium, the first being in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy when a goal ten minutes from Matty Blair put York City into the next round.

Last season he was in the middle for fifteen Blue Square Premier League games and showed fifty-six yellow and four red cards. He was the referee in the Football Conference Play-Off between York City and Mansfield Town at the end of last season at Bootham Crescent and controversially sent-off Matt Green of Mansfield for two hand-ball incidents - he also showed six yellow cards, one to former Miller Gary Roberts.

This season Richard has been in charge of eleven games and has given out twenty-nine yellow cards and three red cards.


Running the line on Saturday will be

Nicholas Gibbons from Lincolnshire
and
Matthew Dicicco from Cleveland

The Fourth Official will be

Mark Astley from Manchester
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Date:Friday December 28 2012

Time: 9:45AM

 

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