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MAGPIES: Jermyn set to make his Mark
MARK Jermyn celebrates a record-breaking 586th appearance for Dorchester Town today when the Magpies entertain Chelmsford City in the Skrill South (3pm).
The inspirational skipper, has been a loyal servant at the Avenue Stadium for 13 years and his commitment to the cause is being recognised with a presentation prior to the match.
Jermyn began his career as a trainee with Torquay United, making his Football League debut in March, 1999.
He turned professional in July of that year, but was released by manager Wes Saunders in February 2000 without adding to his appearances.
He joined Bideford in March, 2000, but signed for the county town club the following July.
Since joining the Magpies he has been named the club’s player of the year three times and has helped them to promotion from the Southern League Eastern Division.
Jermyn was granted a testimonial against Portsmouth in 2011.
Meanwhile, Lewis Morgan is rated as only 50-50 for today’s clash.
The midfielder took a knock in the tackle that saw him sent off in last week’s clash with Bishop’s Stort-ford.
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