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ALNWICK TOWN A.F.C

ST JAMES’ PARK

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F.A Vase 1st Qualifying Round Alnwick Town v Albion Sports Saturday 7th September 2013 15:00

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A Brief History of Alnwick Town AFC Alnwick Town Association Football Club was formed in 1879, and was then known as Alnwick United Services. The club was the only Association Football side between Dunbar and Newcastle. In 1900 the club moved to our current home, St James’ Park. The club’s name was changed to Alnwick United Juniors. Between this time and the beginning of the First World War, the name changed between United and Town on several occasions, and also a brief spell as Alnwick St James’s. The club competed in the North Northumberland League until 1923, moving to the East Northumberland League until 1936. The club was then renamed Alnwick Town, and would compete in the Northern Alliance until 1982, apart from 1 season in the Durham Central League in 1964-65. The 60’s and early 70’s were Alnwick Town’s golden years, winning the Northern Alliance on 7 occasions and a league and cup double 5 times. In 1982-83, Alnwick Town were admitted into the newly formed Northern League Division 2. In the 1988/89 season the club finished runners-up and were promoted to the 1st Division, the highest league they have played in to date. The club also elected the league’s first female chairman, Judith Draycott. Relegation from the Northern League 1st Division followed in 1990/91. The club remained in the Northern League 2nd Division until 2006-07 when failing to meet ground criteria and lack of funds resulted in relegation to the Northern Alliance. A change in chairman, committee and management saved the club from extinction, and with the club spending 4 seasons in the Northern Alliance Premier Division, they were promoted back to the Northern League for the 2011-12 season. Whilst in the Alliance, the club won the Senior Benevolent Bowl and the Pinpoint Recruitment Cup. The club were also awarded F.A Charter Standard for the first time in their history. Back in the Northern League, the club finished in 16th place, and achieved Grade G ground status, preserving the club’s position in the Northern League, meaning the club would be competing in the F.A Vase and Senior Cup once again. With plans for the future on the horizon, the club can hopefully look forward to a return of the glory years once again.

ALNWICK TOWN ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL CLUB HONOURS LIST Durham Central League Cup Winners: 1964/65 North Northumberland League: 1898/99 North Northumberland Minor Cup: 1903/04 Northern Alliance Challenge Cup Winners: 1961–62, 1965–66, 1967–68, 1968–69, 1970–71 Northern Alliance Champions: 1937/38, 1962/63, 1963/64, 1965/66, 1967/68, 1968/69, 1969/70, 1970/71, 1971/72 Northern Alliance Runners-Up: 1959–60, 1961–62, 1966–67, 1972–73, 2010–11 Northern Alliance Subsidiary Cup Winners: 1980/81 Northern League Division 2 Runners-Up: 1988/89 NORTHUMBERLAND AGED MINERS HOMES CUP WINNERS: 1936/37 Northumberland Amateur Cup Winners: 1971-72 Northumberland Senior Benevolent Bowl WiNners: 1986/87, 2009/10 Northumberland Senior Cup Runners-Up: 1961/62 Pinpoint Recruitment Cup Winners: 2008/09 F.A Cup Best: 3rd Qualifying Round (1951-52, 1957-58) F.A Trophy Best: 3rd Qualifying Round (1990-91) F.A Vase Best: 2nd Round (1975-76)


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Alnwick Town Association Football Club St James’ Park, Weavers Way, Alnwick Northumberland NE66 1BG

President - The Duke of Northumberland Vice Presidents - Norman Laidler & Hugh Phillipson Chairman - Tom McKie Vice Chairman - Gordon Webster Vice Chairman (Development) - Cyril Cox Vice Chairman (Juniors) & Charter Standard Compliance - Darren Middleton Club Secretary / Press Officer - Cyril Cox Reserve Team Secretary - Dan Skelton First Team Manager - Paul Yeadon Reserve Team Manager - Andrew Atkinson First Team Coaches - Steve Mullen & Tony Threlfall Reserve Team Coach - Martin Carss Sports Therapist: David Ross Groundsmen - Ian Hogg & Des Lamb Caretaker - Jimmy Lillico Programme / Website Editor - Michael Cook Junior Secretary - Keith Nichols Junior Welfare Officer - Nicola Cooke


Welcome to St James’ Park The Home of Alnwick Town AFC Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to St James’ Park, the home of Alnwick Town AFC since 1900. A particularly warm welcome to today’s match officials, as well as the players, management and supporters of our opponents ALBION SPORTS. Here at St James’ Park, we continue to improve our facilities every year, with both the ground and clubhouse being extensively upgraded since we returned to the Northern League, gaining a Grade G status in the process. None of what you see today would have been possible without the continued support from all of our sponsors, in particular Kitson Windows, MKM, Jet Wash OK, Genix Dental Care, Northumberland Floor Sanding and Mark Ryder Heating and Plumbing. I would also like to thank all of our volunteers who work continuously throughout the year in all sorts of weather conditions. Without their commitment and effort the club would simply not survive. Please feel free to come into the clubhouse to enjoy a beverage or two! Finally, I hope you enjoy the match and have a safe journey home.

Tom McKie - The Chairman


Comments from.... The Manager I would like to welcome Albion Sports to Alnwick Town AFC along with their committee and supporters. We hope that you enjoy your day. It's our first Saturday home fixture since the start of the season where we didn't get off to a great start, a 4-0 defeat by West Allotment Celtic. Over the next few games, Alnwick have seen 4 wins, 2 draws and a further defeat. It took us last season until February to get as many points on the board! It shows, the team have worked hard for each other to get these results. Well done lads! The whole team’s positive attitude and hard work must continue for us to progress throughout the season. The younger players within the team, Kieran Hogg and Jake Lowes have stepped up to the mark. They have made a good impression in the first few games, keep up the good work! Unfortunately, today we will be without Dale Kennedy. An injury at work with a Stihl saw has led him to be out of action for the next six weeks. We wish him a speedy return. I hope you agree that the pitch looks magnificent, this is thanks to Ian Hogg, (groundsman) for his hard work and commitment in keeping the playing surface in top condition for games. It's the first time Alnwick have had an F.A vase tie at St James Park for years. I have been lucky enough to play in both the F.A Vase and F.A Cup, it's a great feeling and an honour to play for your club in a national competition. I hope all of my players thrive on this opportunity, put on a good performance and enjoy the game. It would be great to progress into the next round. I would like to wish good luck to both teams! Lastly, I want to mention the Northallerton managers comments after losing to us. He mentioned Alnwick as the 'inferior team.' After 3 weeks I have learned the definition; Lower in rank, status or quality. Everyone watching the game believed that his eyes were 'painted on'. Sore losers I think! #Anotherwinningperformancefroman'Inferiorteam'


Alnwick Town Player Profiles - 2013/2014 Season BRIAN BROOKS GOALKEEPER 31 DAN MULLEN

The 472 Player of the Season for 2013/13, Brooka played a massive part in keeping the club in the Northern League. One of the club’s longest serving players and a genuine role model for the younger lads coming through. AVAILABLE TO SPONSOR

GOALKEEPER

Dan has joined the club this summer and has made a promising start, keeping his first clean sheet in the victory against Northallerton Town.

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ALEX MAKIN

‘OOMPA LOOMPA’ as the 472 song goes, Alex has become a permanent fixture in the defence at the club. Now that Marc Nixon has left, he has officially been crowned the club’s tallest player. SPONSORED BY: DAVID REYNOLDS

DEFENDER 26

DANNY LOWES DEFENDER

DAVID HILLS DEFENDER

TOM MACPHERSON DEFENDER 25

JAKES LOWES DEFENDER

LEE DUNDAS DEFENDER 19

Danny will be hoping for an injury-free season, having had lengthy spells out following games against Esh Winning. He has a different haircut every week, at the moment though he’s looking a bit bald on top. AVAILABLE TO SPONSOR Hillsy has returned to the club following his big money move to Ryton & Crawcrook Albion last season. Still a favourite of the programme editor due to his Sunderland roots, Hillsy adds some much needed experience at the back. AVAILABLE TO SPONSOR Tom Mac has taken over as captain this season. Loves the banter at the club, especially the away days involving Christmas jumpers and bribing the judges in Brampton. SPONSORED BY: JOHN PROUDLOCK BUILDING CONTRACTOR 01669 621 141 Jake will be hoping for more first team action this year, and following the retirement of the club’s long serving left back this could be his year. Younger brother of Danny, with a lot more hair on top. AVAILABLE TO SPONSOR

Lee has been unlucky with injuries since stepping up from the reserves. Confident on the ball, and isn’t afraid to go for a wander or twenty during a game. AVAILABLE TO SPONSOR


Alnwick Town Player Profiles - 2013/2014 Season Hoggy has become a permanent fixture on the wing for the first team. A threat to defenders when he simply gets the ball and runs with it. SPONSORED BY: DAVID REYNOLDS

Muzza. Club Captain. Legend. Hates a booking. Heart and soul of the club. Never stops running. Caused a 1 man pitch invasion last season with 2 late goals against Brandon United. It was worth it. SPONSORED BY: PETER ROPER The first player to score 20 goals in the Northern League for the club since James Swordy. Tony arguably kept the club up last season and scored some crackers in the process. A hat-trick against Birtley rounded off his season. AVAILABLE TO SPONSOR Kev has returned to the club again following stints of kicking and punching lumps out of others in a cage. He’s a canny lad. Will never back out of a tackle, and sure to give Muzza a run for his money this year for the ‘Bad Boy’ award. AVAILABLE TO SPONSOR You’ll often find Kiddy on the treatment table due to being made of glass. Cruciate ligament injuries and dislocated shoulders are just part of the game apparently. Follow him on twitter @chriskidd4 SPONSORED BY: TOM MCKIE Jonny’s memorable first half hat-trick on the final day of the season contributed to the club staying in the Northern League. Caused problems for plenty of defences, and will no doubt continue doing so for years to come. AVAILABLE TO SPONSOR Minnow’s 2nd season with the club and he’ll be hoping to get more action this year from the starting line-up. Scored a couple of vital goals last season, lets hope for a few more again this season. AVAILABLE TO SPONSOR

Dale will be hoping for an injury free season after complications from the previous season’s injury. Will run himself into the ground and not shy to put a foot in. Big chance this year. AVAILABLE TO SPONSOR

KIERAN HOGG MIDFIELDER

BRYAN MURRAY MIDFIELDER

TONY BROWN MIDFIELDER

KEVIN ELLIOTT MIDFIELDER

CHRIS KIDD MIDFIELDER 22

JON COLLEY FORWARD

JAMES JACKSON FORWARD 21

DALE KENNEDY FORWARD


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For only £2.50 per section, you can help support Alnwick Town AFC financially for the 2013-2014 season by sponsoring a section of the St James’ Park pitch. Each section is roughly the size of a dugout in the illustration above, and you can use it to advertise a business, charity, or if you like simply your own name. You may purchase as many sections as you wish. If we can fill each section of the pitch, we will raise £205.00. Although this may not seem like much in terms or running a football club, every little helps. The money raised would almost cover the photocopying costs for the inserts of the matchday programme for the entire season. Contact us atafc1879@btconnect.com or on Twitter @alnwicktownafc for details. Current Total Raised: £82.50, with 40.25% of sections taken.


Alnwick Town AFC 2013-2014 Season Fixtures and Match Stats 2013 H/A

OPPONENTS

SCORE

ATT

1

82

MULLEN D MULLEN D MULLEN D MULLEN D MULLEN D

2

3

4

5

6

MAKIN A

LOWES J

LOWES D

MACPHERSON T

HILLS D

LOWES D

MACPHERSON T

HILLS D

MURRAY B

BROWN T

LOWES D

MACPHERSON T 1

MURRAY B

ELLIOTT K (Y)

BROWN T 1

MURRAY B

MACPHERSON T

LOWES D

ELLIOTT K

HOGG K

MURRAY B

MACPHERSON T

HILLS D

ELLIOTT K

HOGG K (Y)

MULLEN D

LOWES D

MACPHERSON T

HILLS D

ELLIOTT K

KIDD C

MULLEN D

HILLS D (Y)

MACPHERSON T (Y)

MURRAY P

ELLIOTT K

MAKIN A

1

2

3

4

5

6

AUGUST 10

H

WEST ALLOTMENT CELTIC

0-4

14

A

RYTON & CRAWCROOK ALBION

1-2

17

A

WASHINGTON

1-2

20

H

NORTHALLERTON TOWN

1-0

24

A

THORNABY

2-2

26

H

HEATON STANNINGTON

0-2

31

A

WILLINGTON

1-1

105

126

SEPTEMBER 4

A

BRANDON UNITED

7

H

ALBION SPORTS (FAV 1QR)

10

H

JARROW ROOFING BCA

14

A

NORTON & STOCKTON ANCIENTS

28

H

TOW LAW TOWN

OCTOBER 5

A

CHESTER-LE-STREET TOWN

9

A

WEST ALLOTMENT CELTIC (NSC 1R)

12

A

STOKESLEY SPORTS CLUB

19

H

NORTH SHIELDS

26

A

WHICKHAM

NOVEMBER 2

H

9

A

SOUTH SHIELDS ESH WINNING

16

H

DARLINGTON RAILWAY ATHLETIC

23

A

WHITEHAVEN AMATEURS

30

A

BIRTLEY TOWN

DECEMBER 7

H

RYTON & CRAWCROOK ALBION

14

A

NORTHALLERTON TOWN

21

H

BRANDON UNITED

28

A

JARROW ROOFING BCA

2014 H/A

OPPONENTS

JANUARY 4

H

WASHINGTON

10

A

WEST ALLOTMENT CELTIC

18

H

THORNABY

25

A

HEATON STANNINGTON

FEBRUARY 1

H

WILLINGTON

8

A

SEAHAM RED STAR

15

H

NORTON & STOCKTON ANCIENTS

22

A

TOW LAW TOWN

MARCH 1

H

CHESTER-LE-STREET TOWN

8

H

STOKESLEY SPORTS CLUB

15

A

NORTH SHIELDS

22

H

WHICKHAM

29

A

SOUTH SHIELDS

APRIL 5

H

ESH WINNING

12

A

DARLINGTON RAILWAY ATHLETIC

19

H

WHITEHAVEN AMATEURS

26

H

BIRTLEY TOWN

TBC H NORTON & STOCKTON ANCIENTS (EAMC) H

SEAHAM RED STAR

SCORE

ATT


Key: (Y) = Yellow Card, (R) = Red Card, (#) = Substitute on for, # = Number of goals scored, FAV = F.A Vase, NSC = Northumberland Senior Cup, EAMC = Ernest Armstrong Memorial Cup, LC = League Cup. 7

8

MURRAY B

ELLIOTT K

MAKIN A

HOGG K

HOGG K

MAKIN A

BROWN T 1

9

10

11

12

13 / 17

JACKSON J

HOGG K

ROBINSON M

JACKSON J 2

ROBINSON M

MAKIN A

14

15

16

BROWN T

KENNEDY D

LOWES J

ELLIOTT K (8)

BROOKS B

JOBSON A (8)

DUNDAS L (6)

MOORE R (3)

BROOKS B

MOORE R (11)

TRUSCOTT T

JACKSON J

LOWES J

JOBSON A

TROY D (9)

TRUSCOTT T (10)

MOORE R (11)

ROBINSON M

JACKSON J

LOWES J

TROY D

FULLER L

BROOKS B

MOORE R

TRUSCOTT T (9)

HILLS D (4) KIDD C (11) 1

MAKIN A

BROWN T

ROBINSON M 1

JACKSON J

LOWES J

JOBSON A

LOWES D (4)

TRUSCOTT T (9)

KENNEDY D

BROWN T

MAKIN A

JACKSON J

HOGG S

HOGG K

JOBSON A

BROOKS B

KENNEDY D (9)

MURRAY P (4)

BROWN T

HOGG K (Y)

JACKSON J

KENNEDY D

LOWES J

TRUSCOTT T

FULLER L

LOWES D (4)

KIDD C (5)

7

8

9

10

11

12

13 / 17

14

15

16


F.A VASE 1ST QUALIFYING ROUND

ALNWICK TOWN AFC ADAM JOBSON ALEX MAKIN BRIAN BROOKS BRYAN MURRAY CHRISTOPHER KIDD Manager: Paul Yeadon

DALE KENNEDY DAN MULLEN DANIEL TROY

Coaches: Steve Mullen Tony Threlfall

DANNY DONOHOE

Sports Therapist: David Ross

DAVID HILLS

1st Choice Colours: Black and White Stripes Black Shorts Black Socks

DANNY LOWES JAKE LOWES JAMES JACKSON JON COLLEY KEVIN ELLIOTT

2nd Choice Colours: Navy and Light Blue Quarters Navy Blue Shorts Navy Blue Socks

KIERAN HOGG

Match Officials

PETER MURRAY

Referee: Rebecca Welch Assistant: James Westgate Assistant: Mark McMahon

ROSS MOORE

LEE DUNDAS MARC MAVIN

ROSS MORTON STEPHEN HOGG THOMAS TRUSCOTT TOM MACPHERSON TONY BROWN


SATURDAY 7th SEPTEMBER 2013 3PM

ALBION SPORTS AARON BRIAN ELLIOT HOLMES ASIF HUSSAIN CHARLIE FLAHERTY JAMES STANSFIELD DANNY BROWN MICHA BLUER TATE WILLIAMS DANIEL FACEY JOEL ETTIENNE THOMAS DUGDALE LEVI MACHURINE LIAM ORMSBY KARL HALL ALEX CUSACK DANIEL WALKER DAVID BROWN

Manager: Kulwinder Singh Sandhu Coach: Pav Singh Physio: Ray Watlin 1st Choice Colours: Yellow Shirt Royal Blue Shorts Royal Blue Socks 2nd Choice Colours: Red Shirt Red Shorts Red Socks

Random Stat: Alnwick Town’s last victory in the F.A Vase was against Shildon in a 2nd Qualifying Round replay on 04/10/2005 (5-2). Stuart Marshall (2) James Jeffrey (2) James Swordy


Today’s Opponents - Albion Sports Founded: 1974 Years in NCEL: 2011 Nickname: The Lions Status: West Riding FA Sponsors: Basi Gas and The 3 Singhs Restaurant and Bar Club History Albion Sports Football Club was founded in 1974 and initially played in the Bradford Amateur Sunday League. After a brief spell in the lower divisions, gaining promotions on a regular basis and winning the Amateur District and Senior cups along the way, Albion Sports in 1995/96 won the Premier league title for the first time, this was to prove the catalyst for what was to come. Albion Sports won a further five league titles, two County Cups, three District Cups and seven Senior Cups. Other highlights included reaching the final of the National F.A Umbro Sunday Cup on two occasions. The first in 2000 at the City Ground (Nottingham Forest) Albion Sports were beaten 1 -0 by Prestige Brighams (Hull). The second in 2005 at Anfield (Liverpool F.C), this time beaten 3 -2 by Gossoms End (London). Albion Sports have been honoured by receiving three civic receptions from the City of Bradford as well as winning an award of ‘Ambassadors of West Yorkshire’ beating the likes of Patrick Stewart (Star Trek actor) and the late Richard Whiteley (Countdown presenter) into 2 nd and 3rd place respectively. Albion Sports resigned from Sunday football in 2007 in order to progress up through the Football Association pyramid. In 2007/08 Albion Sports joined the Telegraph and Argus league and won promotion in the first season as well as winning the League Cup. Albion Sports F.C were elected to the WRCAFC in 2008, gained promotion in the first season and also won the District Cup. In 2009/10 Albion Sports finished runners-up in the Premiership and won the Divisional Cup. In 2010/11 they again finished runners-up and were then successfully elected to join the NCEL 2011/12 season. Albion Sports missed out on promotion by a solitary point in their debut season but quickly rectified this the following season (2012/13) by gaining promotion to the Premier division as Champions.


Today’s Opponents - Albion Sports Honours: Bradford District Sunday Cup Winners - 1994/95, 1998/99 and 2004/05. Bradford Senior Cup Winners - 1986/87, 1990/91, 1995/96, 1996/97, 1999/2000, 2002/03 and 2004/05. West Riding County Cup Winners - 1999/2000 and 2002/03. Bradford Amateur Cup Winners - 1978/79 and 1985/86. Charity Shield - 2000/01 and 2002/03. Premier League Champions - 1995/96, 1999/2000, 2000/01, 2002/03, 2004/05 and 2005/06. Saturday District Cup – 2008/09. WRCAFL Divisional Cup – 2009/10 NCEL Division One Champions – 2012/13 Special Awards: Three Civic Receptions by the City of Bradford – 1999, 2000 & 2005 Ambassadors for West Yorkshire – 2005


F.A Vase Programmes from years gone by...

Alnwick Town 1v0 Willington 07/10/1989

Ponteland United 2v0 Alnwick Town

Alnwick Town 3v4 Squires Gate 22/09/2001

Consett 5v0 Alnwick Town 01/09/2012

02/10/1993


Alnwick Town Appearances 2013/2014 (Up to and including Willington) Appearance Info Player

L

LS

TS

0

0

7

0

1

0

1

0

1

6

1

0

0

0

0

5

1

0

1 2

BROOKS, BRIAN BROWN, TONY

4 7

DUNDAS, LEE ELIIOTT, KEVIN

6

FULLER, LES

2

UCS

LG

CG

TG

2

2

5

HOGG, KIERAN

7

7

0

0

HOGG, STEPHEN

1

1

0

0

JACKSON, JAMES

7

7

0

2

1

3

0

1

0

2

1

1

0

1

1

KIDD, CHRISTOPHER

1

2

1

2

LOWES, DANNY

5

2

5

2

0

LOWES, JAKE

6

6

0

0

MACPHERSON, TOM

7

7

0

MAKIN, ALEX

7

7

0

0

0

3

0

3

1

1

1

1

1

MULLEN, DANIEL

7

7

0

0

MURRAY, BRYAN

5

5

0

0

MURRAY, PETER

1

1

1

0

ROBINSON, MICHAEL

4

4

0

1

1

1

TROY, DANIEL

1

1

0

1

0

TRUSCOTT, THOMAS

3

2

0

3

0

OWN GOALS

1

1

2

KENNEDY, DALE

MOORE, ROSS

Y

0

HILLS, DAVID

JOBSON, ADAM

1

CS

Cards

T

ULS

C

Goal Info

1

Key: L = League Appearance, LS = League Substitute Appearance, ULS = Unused League Substitute, C = Cup Appearance, CS = Cup Substitute Appearance, UCS = Unused Cup Substitute, T = Total Appearances, TS = Total Substitute Appearances, LG = League Goals, CG = Cup Goals, TG = Total Goals, Y = Yellow Cards, R = Red Cards.

2

R


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The F.A Vase Fixtures (Northern League) 1st Qualifying Round Alnwick Town v Albion Sports Billingham Synthonia v Hall Road Rangers Birtley Town v Tadcaster Albion Chester-le-Street v Newcastle Benfield Esh Winning v Liversedge Jarrow Roofing BCA v Thornaby Marske United v Seaham Red Star

Newton Aycliffe v Guisborough Town Penrith v Yorkshire Amateur Tow Law Town v Durham City West Allotment Celtic v Stokesley Sports Club Whickham v Hebburn Town Whitehaven v Thackley Willington v Northallerton Town

Alnwick Town’s Previous F.A Vase Results Gretna Athletic 1 v 3 Alnwick Town (1st Round) 1975/76 Alnwick Town 1 v 2 South Shields (2nd Round) 1975/76 Alnwick Town 2 v 1 Stockton (Extra Preliminary Round) 1984/85 Alnwick Town 1 v 3 Hebburn Reyrolle (Preliminary Round) 1984/85 Darwen 5 v 0 Alnwick Town (Extra Preliminary Round) 1985/86 Shotton Comrades 1-0 Alnwick Town (Extra Preliminary Round) 1986/87 Horden Colliery Welfare 1 v 3 Alnwick Town (Extra Preliminary Round) 1987/88 Darlington Cleveland Bridge 1 v 2 Alnwick Town (Preliminary Round) 1987/88 Durham City 2 v 0 Alnwick Town (1st Round) 1987/88 Alnwick Town 4 v 3 Horden Colliery Welfare (Preliminary Round) 1988/89 Bridlington Town 3 v 1 Alnwick Town (1st Round) 1988/89 Alnwick Town 1 v 0 Willington (Preliminary Round) 1989/90 Northallerton Town 2 v 1 Alnwick Town (1st Round) 1989/90 Alnwick Town 1 v 1 Dunston Federation Brewery (1st Round) 1992/93 Dunston Federation Brewery 3 v 2 Alnwick Town (1st Round Replay) 1992/93 Ponteland United 2 v 0 Alnwick Town (Preliminary Round) 1993/94 Alnwick Town 3 v 0 Esh Winning (Preliminary Round) 1994/95 Alnwick Town 1 v 4 South Shields (1st Round) 1994/95 Alnwick Town 1 v 1 Ryhope Community Association (1st Qualifying Round) 1995/96 Ryhope Community Association 2 v 3 Alnwick Town (1st Qualifying Round Replay) 1995/96 Alnwick Town 1 v 2 Esh Winning (2nd Qualifying Round) 1995/96 Alnwick Town 2 v 1 Willington (2nd Qualifying Round) 1996/97 Haslingden 7 v 0 Alnwick Town (1st Round) 1996/97 Alnwick Town 3 v 4 Squires Gate (2nd Qualifying Round) 2001/02 Alnwick Town 0 v 7 Ashington (2nd Qualifying Round) 2002/03 Alnwick Town 3 v 4 Peterlee Newtown (2nd Qualifying Round) 2003/04 Selby Town 0 v 2 Alnwick Town (2nd Qualifying Round) 2004/05 Shildon 1 v 1 Alnwick Town (2nd Qualifying Round) 2005/06 Alnwick Town 5 v 2 Shildon (2nd Qualifying Round Replay) 2005/06 Alnwick Town 1 v 3 Glasshoughton Welfare (1st Round) 2005/06 Winterton Rangers 2 v 0 Alnwick Town (2nd Qualifying Round) 2006/07 Consett 5 v 0 Alnwick Town (1st Qualifying Round) 2011/12 Results Courtesy of Football Club History Database


Ebac Northern League Division 2

Updated: 05/09/2013

Previous Results

Today’s Fixtures

Wednesday 04/09/2013

Brandon United v Washington Darlington RA v Norton & Stockton Ancients North Shields v Heaton Stannington Ryton & Crawcrook Albion v South Shields

Brandon United 1-4 Alnwick Town Esh Winning 1-5 Darlington RA Northallerton Town 2-2 Stokesley Sports Club Ryton & Crawcrook Albion 1-4 North Shields West Allotment Celtic 2-1 Seaham Red Star Tuesday 03/09/2013 Chester-le-Street 2-1 Heaton Stannington Jarow Roofing 2-4 Tow Law Town Thornaby 3-1 Willington Washington 1-4 Norton & Stockton Ancients

Tuesday’s Fixtures Alnwick Town v Jarrow Roofing BCA Darlington RA v Chester-le-Street Seaham Red Star v Thornaby South Shields v Birtley Town Tow Law Town v Washington Whickham v Ryton & Crawcrook Albion Whitehaven v Esh Winning


CLUB SHOP

New Replica Shirts and Training Kit are available to purchase through Sportsworld Alnwick. They will soon be available to purchase online via www.rugbygear.co.uk in our online shop.

Programme Shop

We are currently building our stock for the programme shop, but if you have any ’wants lists’ then please e-mail us atafc1879@btconnect.com . We have many programmes for Newcastle United, Sunderland and Alnwick Town in particular. If you have programmes to donate please get in touch!

NEXT HOME FIXTURE:

JARROW ROOFING BCA TUESDAY 10TH SEPTEMBER 2013, 19:30 KO


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He’s an Alnwick Lad!

Alnwick Town v Albion Sports 07 09 2013  

F.A Vase 1st Qualifying Round Full Time Score: Alnwick Town 2-3 Albion Sports Goalscorers: Liam Armstrong & Own Goal

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