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Maltby goes to the dogs in record attempt

19th February, 2018

Toolstation NCEL Premier Division side Maltby Main will try and become a Guinness world record holder at one of their home league games later this season.

The Muglet Lane side are looking to break the record for the number of dogs attending a non-league game, thought to currently stand at around thirty.

Main have contacted Guinness for confirmation and say they are confident that they can exceed that number when Pontefract Collieries visit on Saturday 28th April, 2018.

The club are working in partnership with Support Dogs, a national charity that provides dogs to help those who suffer with autism, epilespy and disability. You can find out more about them by clicking here.

Maltby Main's George enjoying one of his team's Toolstation NCEL matches earlier this season. Picture courtesy of Rob Campion.

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