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Preview | Wealdstone (A)

10 November 2023

Wealdstone vs Rochdale AFC | Vanarama National League, Saturday 11th November, Grosvenor Vale Stadium, 3pm Kick-Off

Dale are back in action this weekend after a fortnight's break.

Read all of the pre-match build-up ahead of our trip to Wealdstone in the Vanarama National League.


Dale fans can pay on the day at Wealdstone, but there is a price rise compared to advance prices.

Click HERE for full ticket details.


Cian Hayes spoke to the Club's website ahead of the trip to Wealdstone, following the extension to his loan deal from Fleetwood Town.

Click HERE to watch his pre-match interview in full.


We will face Wealdstone for the first time in our history this weekend.

The Stones were promoted to the National League in 2020 and have improved their league finish every season since then.

They are currently 17th in the table, with five wins and five draws from their opening 18 matches.

Tahvon Campbell, on loan from Dale, is their joint top scorer on five, but will be ineligble to play on Saturday. Sam Bowen, on loan from Newport Conty, is also on five goals, but is suspended after being sent off in their previous fixture.

Click HERE to watch a pre-match interview with their manager Stuart Maynard.


Saturday is Remembrance Day, which will be marked by Wealdstone as their official Remembrance Day fixture.

There will be a minute's silence before kick-off as well as other commemerations.

Dale's dedicated Remembrance Day fixture will take place at our home game against Aldershot Town next weekend (18th).


Details on how to get to Wealdstone's stadium can be found HERE.


This will be the first ever meeting between the two sides.


Jamie O'Connor will be the referee for Saturday’s game. He also took charge of our game at Solihull Moors earlier this season.

Christopher Darling and Michael Hayden are assistant referees, with Adam Merchant as fourth official.


Those fans based in the UK & Ireland can listen to live match commentary, whilst overseas supporters can watch live via the National League TV platform. Click HERE for full details.

There will also be live updates via the club’s official twitter account.


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Report | Wealdstone 3-2 Dale

11 November 2023

Dale conceded an injury time goal to succumb to a 3-2 defeat at Wealdstone.

Kairo Mitchell netted his eighth of the season with just nine minutes on the clock, but the hosts levelled on the stroke of half-time.

Ryan East scored shortly after the interval to restore the lead, but that lasted just three minutes as Sean Adarkwa turned home.

The hosts then scored in the fifth minute of injury time to take all three points, when Jack Cook headed home.

There was one change from Dale’s last outing, the 3-2 win at Hartlepool United. Adam Clayton came in for Jesurun Uchegbulam, who was on the bench alongside Cameron John, who had been out injured for the previous six weeks.

Dale began brightly and opened the scoring inside ten minutes. Harvey Gilmour played an excellent through ball to Mitchell, who got to it before the outrushing goalkeeper and poked the ball home from the edge of the area.

Louie Moulden was called into action a few times during the opening 45 minutes, making one-handed saves from Sean Adarkwa and Tarryn Allarakhia, whilst Mitchell and Ryan East produced saves from Stones goalkeeper Jed Ward.

The hosts equalised on the stroke of half-time when a cross from the right was turned into the back of the Dale net from close range. Cook was the closest home player to it, but it will more than likely go down as an own goal.

Dale started the second-half as quickly as they did the first, when East scored his second in as many games to restore the lead.

A quick break led to Cian Hayes bursting past two defenders and into the area before finding East, whose deflected shot found the back of the net.

However, the lead lasted less than three minutes, when Sean Adarkwa turned home a cross from the right to level for a second time.

Hayes looked a threat on the Dale right for most of the game and hit one wide of the near post after receiving a great through ball from Kwaku Oduroh.

Gilmour saw a free-kick beaten away before both Hayes and Henderson had shots from inside the area well blocked.

The hosts sent a couple of efforts target as the game came towards a close, before they stole the three points at the death, as Cook headed home from a wide free-kick, leaving no way back for Dale.

Dale XI | Moulden, Oduroh, Ebanks-Landell, Nevett, Keohane, Clayton, East (67' Rodney), Gilmour, Hayes, Henderson (77' Uchegbulam), Mitchell.

Unused subs | B Kelly, John, Taylor.

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