The game, which the Quakers eventually won 5-2 at Flamingo Land Stadium, started at 1 pm but did not end until about 3:40 pm after a 38-minute intermission; An announcement was made to warn viewers of offensive language on the PA system
Scarborough’s National League North match at Darlington has been delayed for almost 40 minutes due to allegations against a female official.
The game, which the Quakers won 5-2 at Flamingo Land Stadium to return to the top of the table, started at 1 pm and did not end until 3:40 pm after a 38-minute break. A warning to spectators was announced on social media after the break in the first half in a conversation between the referee and the assistant, identified as Dean Watson and assistant Emily Carney.
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Darlington then appealed for witnesses following allegations of “misogynistic comments” from the hospitality sector. A statement on the club’s official website said: “During the first half of the game at Scarborough, the assistant was the subject of false accusations from one or two Darlington players.
“Darlington FC condemns such reckless behavior, so if you have witnessed these incidents and can help identify the perpetrators, please email firstname.lastname@example.org in the strictest confidence. “
However, shortly after Jacob Hazel put the Quakers ahead 3-0 with his second goal nine minutes into the second half, the game was stopped again following further problems. A message on Scarborough’s official Twitter account said: “We would like to stress that any language of discrimination will not be tolerated. Please respect the referees, players and fellow players.”
Both teams returned to warm-up after a 28-minute break, with play set to resume 10 minutes later. Mark Beck, who opened the scoring, made it 4-0 and Jack Lambert added a fifth before Michael Coulson scored twice in the closing stages to reduce the deficit.
A statement from Darlington later read: “There was another incident after 10 minutes, believed to have involved Scarborough players, which led to a 30-minute delay. “Darlington FC strongly condemns this incident and urges all eyewitnesses to come forward in the strictest confidence.”
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