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Last Updated: Friday, 28 March, 2003, 13:01 GMT
Halifax administration ends
Halifax Town have come out of administration.

The decision was made in the High Court in Leeds following a successful application by the club's administrator Peter O'Hara.

Club secretary Richard Groves told BBC Radio Leeds: "It's a new era for the club and we're absolutley delighted.

"What we need now is stability at Halifax Town and I think we'll get that after Friday's events."

The club now hopes to be eligible to play in the Nationwide Conference play-offs should Chris Wilder's side finish in the top five at the end of the season.


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