Greens entertain lowly Jockeys

PUBLISHED: 18:36 21 October 2011 | UPDATED: 21:17 21 October 2011

Gorleston return to action at Emerald Park tomorrow after two good victories on their travels, and for the first time this season they are playing a side struggling near the foot of the table.

Newmarket Town are the visitors with the Jockeys currently in the Ridgeons League Premier Division bottom four but showing signs of a revival. The Greens still have a number of players unavailable, with Ali McKenna and Thomas Daniels also struggling to be fit after picking up knocks at Diss.

On Tuesday night the Greens go back to Diss, this time for a League Cup first round fixture.

Gorleston have announced that first team shirt sponsor for the next two seasons is QMS, a Norwich-based company, who certify businesses against international standards.

Peter Gamble of QMS jined Gorleston FC president Jimmy Jones, manager Richard Daniels and player Richard Woodrow for the presentation.

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