Rangers will be looking to return to winning ways this Saturday as we welcome Aberford Albion to Barr Field.
Kick-off is 2:30 pm, and the MET app shows mostly cloud during the match.
Spectators are welcome to attend. However, the club now operates the NHS track and trace which allows you to scan the QR code and check into our venue. QR codes can be located around the ground. We have had to do this in line with Government and FA legislation.
Our visitors always give us a game, and this will be the same this time around without doubt.
Like us, they have recorded a win and defeat and sit just one place above us in the league. They suffered a 3-1 defeat to Glasshoughton Rock on the opening day but bounced back a week later to beat Featherstone Colliery 5-2.
One To Watch.
Dominic Noteman has hit the ground running with two goals to his name so far, and the Heard brothers will also need watching as they can cause problems all over the pitch.
Manager Dan Marshall should be able to name a strong squad for this game, and Jake Little should be available following his absence against Salts FC.
Mr Jason Payne is in charge of this game. This will be his first as a referee this season, although he was Assistant Referee during last week's match between Boroughbridge and Whitkirk Wanderers.
Our Media-Team will be at the game, so if you can't make it but wish to be kept up-to-date with the score, please log onto our Twitter feed.
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