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Villagers honour stalwart Fry on landmark appearance

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North Ferriby United presented the ever-popular Russell Fry with a framed memento to mark his 400 games for the club.

The presentation took place after the home game against Tamworth on Saturday.

Fry reached this momentous milestone when he came on as substitute against Stocksbridge Park Steels on Saturday, 28th November.

He made his debut against Eastwood Town in November 2007 and he scored the only goal in a 1-0 win. Since then, his has been one of the first names on the team sheets. During his time at Ferriby, Fry won one Northern Premier League title, two Northern Premier League Cups, five East Riding Senior Cups plus last season’s momentous FA Trophy victory at Wembley.

His manager, Billy Heath, has this to say about Russell Fry: “He is a real professional. Russ goes about everything in the correct manner and is wonderful to work with.

“Russ is a marvellous person on and off the field. He is the only player still here from when Bobby Carroll and myself took charge. He is a skilful and thoughtful player and it’s a tribute to him that he has reached 400 games for the club in an era when players readily change clubs.”

Source: www.footballconference.co.uk

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