PAUL QUINN will be back on familiar territory when Huddersfield Irish Centre kick off their latest FA Carlsberg Sunday Cup bid this weekend.
The Welfare Ground home of player-manager Quinn’s former club AFC Emley hosts the clash with Leeds side Chapeltown Brazil (2.00).
Irish Centre made the quarter-finals last season, losing to eventual winners Scots Grey, from Nottingham.
Admission at the Welfare Ground is £3 adults, £1 concessions, and the clubhouse will be open before and after.
While Irish Centre are relative veterans in the national competition, Huddersfield Sunday League rivals Lindley WMC play their first tie against Liverpool side Job FC at Syngenta (2.00).
l Bradford’s Campion will host the West Riding County Amateur League’s FA National League System Cup round-two tie against the Yorkshire Old Boys League on Saturday, November 14 (1.30).