Daryl Clare's Louth Town return to action for first time in three weeks
LOUTH Town return to Northern Counties East League action for the first time in three weeks tomorrow when they host strugglers Dinnington Town (3pm.
The White Wolves, who are managed by former Grimsby Town striker Daryl Clare, have fallen to poor recent weather in their quest to cement a mid-table position.
But, such a long time away from the pitch means that Clare and his boys will be unable to take any real form into the game – even after scoring 10 goals in their last four outings.
But, like their NCEL neighbours Grimsby Borough and Cleethorpes Town, the White Wolves have to be wary of their limited game time.
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The encounter at Park Avenue Stadium is one of six homes matches that Louth have yet to play.