Parsley Juste wants good news on international pair

Jason St Juste, right, who has been on international duty with St Kitts and Nevis

Jason St Juste, right, who has been on international duty with St Kitts and Nevis

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Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photograph of the Author by , T&A Sports Reporter

FARSLEY go into their home game against Northwich Victoria in Evo-Stik Division One North hoping that two of their players have come through the International break okay.

Neil Parsley’s men were used to losing striker Adam Priestley every time Gibraltar played last season but they also had Jason St Juste called up this week by St Kitts and Nevis.

The Farsley boss will be hoping both are injury free and available for the visit of Northwich as the home side look to continue their fine start to the campaign.

Beaten on the opening day at Lancaster City, the Villagers have registered four straight wins since then.

Northwich are above third-placed Farsley and unbeaten in their first four fixtures but both they and Farsley trail Salford City, who are the only club with a 100 per cent start.

BRIGHOUSE TOWN will be hoping to go above the losers at Throstle Nest. Town are seventh and looking to bounce back from their first league defeat since promotion as they head to second-from-bottom Kendal Town.

Kendal have had a surprisingly poor beginning and are looking for their first maximum after two draws and two defeats.

Brighouse will be careful not to be Kendal’s first scalp and have put the nightmare of their 4-0 home defeat against Scarborough Athletic behind them by winning in the FA Cup last Saturday.

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