Reunion for Boro

0238107b    bk21     21/09/02   pic CB'Boro v Barnet.......'Pounder celebrates with Rose after thinking he had scored in the first half, but the referee ruled it out !!
0238107b bk21 21/09/02 pic CB'Boro v Barnet.......'Pounder celebrates with Rose after thinking he had scored in the first half, but the referee ruled it out !!

THERE will be a real treat in store for Scarborough football fans on Sunday when the Brian France Testimonial clash takes place at Queensgate.

A former Scarborough team will do battle with an Ex-Hull City side to raise funds for former Boro boss France.

The Scarborough side will be led out by former fans favourite Darren Foreman, who will be looking to cause a problem or two for the Tigers’ defence.

Foreman is Scarborough FC’s all-time top-scorer in the Football League, having banged in 35 goals for the club, 27 of which came in the 1992-93 campaign.

There are a number of potential attacking partners in the Scarborough side, with two of these players still plying their trade in the Blue Square Premier.

Michael Coulson has just wrapped up a top season at Grimsby Town, while Chris Senior capped a fine campaign by scoring Darlington’s winner in the final of the FA Trophy at Wembley.

David Pounder has also made a Wembley appearance this season, as he turned out for Whitley Bay in the final of the FA Vase.

Whitby Town attacker Tony Hackworth will be another option, as he skippered the Blues throughout their Evo-Stik Premier campaign.

Tyrone Thompson and Chris Hughes will be keen to bring that touch of quality to the centre of the park, alongside former manager Nick Henry, who turned out in the Premiership for Oldham Athletic during the peak of his career.

Paul Foot, who currently plays for North Ferriby United in the Evo-Stik Premier will be keen to tame the Tigers’ attacking line-up.

Scarborough: Darren Foreman, Tony Hackworth, Ryan Blott, Denny Ingram, Chris Senior, Mike Coulson, Tyrone Thompson, Ged Dalton, Nick Henry, Steve French, Chris Hughes, David Pounder, Martyn Ferrey, Jon Hyde, Mark Barber, Paddy Miller, Paul Foot, John Bowman, Dave Hartas, Steve Baker.