Daryl Francis played his 50th game when he was named captain for the First Team against Bucklesham.
Despite joining as part of the new Reserve team, he made his debut for the Firsts on the opening day of the 2013/14 season, coming off the bench for the last half hour. He then played the full 90 minutes of the Reserves first ever game, a well deserved 0-0 draw with Suffolk Punch. A week later he scored the Reserve Team's first ever goal, sending them into extra time against Finningham Fliers.
He has been a consistant performer for the Reserves and has taken his chances with the First Team. He has been named captain of the Reserves for five games such is his standing within the club.
He was able to mark his 50th game with a goal when he converted a second half penalty. His appearances are made up of 33 Reserve and 17 First Team games.