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Referee Announced for Eastleigh Clash

Referee Announced for Eastleigh Clash

Referee Karl Evans has been appointed to officiate tomorrow afternoon's National League fixture at home vs Eastleigh (3:00pm kick-off).

Evans joined the National League refereeing roster at the start of the 2011/12 season and has overseen 19 fixtures so far this season producing 72 yellow cards, 3 red cards and 4 penalty awards.

The Lancashire born referee has yet to take charge of a Solihull Moors fixture this season but has taken charge of two Eastleigh fixtures, both away from home and both resulting in home victories, albeit against high-flying opposition in Tranmere Rovers and Barrow.

The referee's assistants for the fixture will be Abbas Khan and Paul Evans with James Turner operating as the fourth official.

Writer:Ryan Deeney
Date:Thursday April 20 2017
Time: 2:04PM

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