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Alnwick Town Association Football Club Official Matchday Programme - £1.00

Ebac Northern League Division 2 Alnwick Town v Tow Law Town Tuesday 29th September 2015 - 7:30pm

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Index Club Officials

Welcome to St James’ Park

President

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

The Duke of Northumberland

Vice President

Norman Laidler

Chairman Secretary

Tel: 01665 603162 Website: www.alnwicktownfc.co.uk E-Mail: info@alnwicktownfc.co.uk

Assistant Secretary

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Tom McKie Cyril Cox

Brian Ellis

Treasurer

Stuart Cairns

Commercial Manager Alan Lingwood

1st Team Manager Jon Egen

Reserve Team Manager Alan McFall

Club Physio

David Ross & Joanne Chisholm

Groundsman Ian Hogg

Gatemen

Dave Knapp & David Turnbull

Programme / Website Editor Michael Cook

Page 1: Index Page 2: Gift of the Gaffer’s Gab Page 3: Match Sponsors Page 4: Pitch Sponsors Page 5: Commercial Corner Page 6-7: Club History Page 8-10: Player Profiles Page 11: Player Stats Page 12-13: Matchday Info Page 14-15: Opposition Info Page 16: Record Against Opposition Page 17: Previous Encounter Page 18-19: Fixtures Page 20: Division 1 Page 21: Division 2 Page 22-23: Noticeboard Page 24: Stats

This is the first of 2 programmes made in advance due to going on holiday (typical that I’ll miss the Senior Cup at Bedlington, best of luck in that one lads). We had good wins against Tow Law Town last season, so we’re hoping for more of the same again. It’s been an interesting start to the season so far. Pretty sure Brandon have as many points now as they did after 42 games. Easington have started well following promotion, whilst Hebburn haven’t after just missing out on promotion. But it’s a long season, with plenty of games to go, and plenty of twists and turns still to come. Cheers, Cook


Gift of the Gaffer’s Gab

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Welcome to Tow Law Town tonight who have vastly improved this season and will present a stern challenge tonight. As manager of the team, I want to thank the fans for their continued brilliant support, especially away from home and hope that you are enjoying our attacking play, and wear your 3D glasses for our defensive endeavours. We will continue to keep trying to improve as a unit in all aspects of the game. Enjoy tonight. Jon

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Commercial Corner

Pitchside Advertising Board - £150 a season Pitchside advertising boards at St James' Park are a quick and easy way to get your business noticed. They are seen by players, officials and supporters at the ground, and with local photographers, there is a good chance of your board being in the background of the local newspapers or on social media. Advertising boards are 8x2 feet in size. Match Sponsor - £50 a game Your business will be advertised in our matchday programme, on Facebook, on Twitter, the club website and in the Northumberland Gazette match report. You will also be given two complimentary tickets to the match with half-time refreshments and a free programme. Ball Sponsor - £25 a game Your business will be advertised in our matchday programme, on Facebook, on Twitter, the club website and in the Northumberland Gazette match report. You will also be given a complimentary ticket to the match with half-time refreshments and a free programme. Player Sponsor - £10 a player Sponsor a player for the 2015/2016 for just £10. You will be noted in the matchday programme, Facebook, Twitter and the club website.

For more information, or to get involved with our sponsorship opportunities, please e-mail info@alnwicktownfc.co.uk or speak to a committee member.


Club History

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. It is believed that the club played in red shirts with thin black hoops, black shorts and black socks. In 1900 the club moved to our current home, St James’ Park. The club’s name was also 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 tier of the football pyramid 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 after 2 seasons in 1990/91. The club remained in the Northern League 2nd Division until the 2006-07 season, when failing to meet ground criteria and lack of funds resulted in relegation back 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.


Club History

The club now faces its 5th straight season in the Northern League, looking to build on the 2014-15 season points total of 50, their highest since returning from the Northern Alliance. But it was almost a different story. The 2012-13 season saw the club complete the ‘Great Escape’ on the final day of the season, which was also the club’s 1000th game in the Northern League. A 5-2 victory at St James’ Park against Washington secured Northern League status for the club. Jon Colley scored a hat-trick to complete a remarkable turnaround in fortunes for the club. The 2014-15 season saw the club reach the 2nd Round of the F.A Vase for the first time since the 1975-76 season. Sadly, a 4-5 defeat at home to St Helens Town in extra time ended the Wembley dream for another year. In 2015-16 we look forward to another positive year, with a new management team in place and fresh ideas for the future. Club Honours Aged Miners Homes Cup Winners: 1936/37 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 Amateur Cup Winners: 1971-72 Northumberland Senior Benevolent Bowl Winners: 1986/87, 2009/10 Northumberland Senior Cup Runners-Up: 1961/62 Northern Alliance 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, 2014-15)


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Player Profiles Baker, Robert - Sponsor: Tyneside Wombles Position: Left Back / Left Midfield Former Clubs: Red Row Welfare Brief Info: New signing for the 2015/2016 season, has started well on the left side. Position: Centre Midfield Former Clubs: Monkseaton Academy Brief Info: A talent, looks composed on the ball in pre-season. Bright future ahead.

Briggs, Joshua - Available to Sponsor Brooks, Callum - Sponsor: 472 Tenerife Position: Goalkeeper Former Clubs: Alnwick Town Reserves Brief Info: First team debut against Esh Winning. Future number 1 long term. Position: Forward Former Clubs: Bedlington Ter, Ashington Coll Brief Info: New signing to provide some experience and competition upfront. Brown, David - Available to Sponsor Brown, Nathan - Sponsor: GB Groundworks & Garden Services Position: Goalkeeper Former Clubs: Brief Info: New signing, competing for the number 1 shirt this season. Currently injured. Position: Centre Midfield Former Clubs: Felton, Shilbottle Brief Info: Captain, midfield magician, one of the longest serving players at the club. Brown, Tony - Sponsor: Steve Hall Dixon, Jamie - Available to Sponsor Position: Centre Defence / Midfield Former Clubs: Coldstream Brief Info: Back for his 2nd spell with the club following 1 appearance last term. Position: Centre Defence / Full Back Former Clubs: Wallsend Boys Club Brief Info: Looking for an injury free season and to secure his place in the 1st team. Dundas, Lee - Sponsor: Alnwick Memories


Player Profiles

Egen, Kieran - Sponsor: Hotspur Residential Position: Centre Defence / Midfield Former Clubs: Ashington Colliers Brief Info: Back again, only this time he’s got his Dad to impress! Position: Centre Midfield Former Clubs: Shilbottle, Amble Brief Info: The summer’s big transfer, we’re looking forward to seeing Gairza this season. Gair, Ross - Sponsor: Bryan Murray Glass, Chris - Sponsor: Tommy Rourke Position: Centre Midfield / Forward Former Clubs: Bedlington Terriers Brief Info: Glackie was one of Jon’s first signings, a bright future with the club. Position: Left Back / Centre Midfield Former Clubs: Alnwick Town Juniors / Reserves Brief Info: Brief spell at Ashington last term. Welcome home Nippa. Best years still to come. Hogg, Kieran - Sponsor: Elite Floor Fitting Jackson, James - Sponsor: Peter Roper Position: Midfielder / Forward Former Clubs: Felton, Chester-le-Street Brief Info: Minnow’s back. Scorer of important goals in the Great Escape season. Character. Position: Defence / Midfield Former Clubs: Shilbottle, Felton Brief Info: Mr Versatile, can play anywhere in defence on midfield. Longest serving player? Lowes, Danny - Sponsor: Hotspur 1364 Macpherson, Tom - Sponsor: Hotspur 1364 Position: Centre Defence Former Clubs: Wallington Brief Info: Tom has been an ever present since our return to the Northern League. Reliable. Position: Forward Former Clubs: Ashington, New Hartley Juniors Brief Info: Brad’s back, and has been in good form in pre-season. Hat-trick v Esh Winning. McClelland, Brad - Sponsor: Alyn Brewis Cars


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Player Profiles Moore, Ross - Sponsor: Gilbert Birdsall LTD Position: Winger Former Clubs: Whitley Bay A, Belford Brief Info: New signing this season from Belford. Young, promising midfielder. Position: Centre Midfield Former Clubs: Brief Info: New signing, who is a dab hand when an emergency keeper is needed.

Paul Nisbet - Sponsor: The Kinky Cup Riddell, Darren - Sponsor: Alan Burn Position: Right Midfield Former Clubs: Amble, Ashington Colliers Brief Info: Daz has been an ever present on the wing since his move from the Colliers. Position: Centre Defence Former Clubs: Alnwick Town Juniors / Reserves Brief Info: Ross came on leaps and bounds last season, hoping to continue in same vain. Straughan, Ross - Sponsor: Blackshaws Garage Willis, Josh - Available to Sponsor Position: Centre Midfield Former Clubs: Ashington Colliers Brief Info: Looks a talent in pre-season, young Scholesy is one to keep an eye out for. Position: Centre Midfield Former Clubs: Ashington Colliers, Alnwick Town Brief Info: Kris is another returning player after a couple of seasons away. Willis, Kris - Available to Sponsor Adam Laidlaw - Available to Sponsor Position: Coach Current Clubs: Newcastle United Women Brief Info: Adam has joined with Jon this season as 1st team coach Position: Manager Former Clubs: Ashington Colliers Brief Info: Looking to build on what Derek Atwell left, has big plans for the club. Jon Egen - Sponsored by NU Heat


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Player Stats Appearance Info

Player

L

BAKER, ROB

10

BRIGGS, JOSH

3

3

2

1

BROOKS, CALLUM

5

1

3

1

BROWN, DAVID

1

1

BROWN, NATHAN

4

1

BROWN, TONY

4

1

1

DIXON, JAMIE

5

4

1

1

1

1

DONOHOE, CALUM

LS

ULS

C

CS

Goal Info

UCS

T

TS

LG

TG

Y

11

0

1

1

1

1

4

4

0

1

2

6

1

0

1

1

2

0

4

0

0

5

0

0

6

5

0

0

1

0

2

9

0

0 0

1 1

1

3

1 1

CG

Cards

DUNDAS, LEE

7

EGEN, KIERAN

5

3

3

8

3

GAIR, ROSS

9

1

2

11

1

GLASPER, LUC

1

1

2

0

GLASS, CHRIS

5

4

1

2

7

4

1

HOGG, KIERAN

5

2

1

1

6

3

JACKSON, JAMES

9

2

10

2

LAIDLAW, ADAM

1

1

1

0

0

1

LOWES, DANNY

5

1

6

1

0

1

MACPHERSON, TOM

9

12

0

1

2

2

MCCLELLAND, BRAD

5

1

1

6

2

5

MILLAR, JORDAN

1

1

2

3

1

1

0

2

0

1

1

1

0

3

10

2

0

1

0

0

12

1

0

4

1

0

8

2

0

1

1 1

1

1

1 3

MOORE, ROSS

2

NISBET, PAUL

1

RIDDELL, DARREN

7

2

STRASSHINE, MARK

1

STRAUGHAN, ROSS

10

WILLIS, JOSH

2

1

WILLIS, KRIS

7

1

1

2

1

1

2 1

1

2 1

1

2

R

1

3

2 0 1

2

3

2

2

1

3

3

1

5 1

2

Stats up to and including Whickham 26 09 2015

1

1

1

1

1


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Matchday Info BAKER, ROBERT BRIGGS, JOSH BROOKS, CALLUM BROWN, NATHAN BROWN, TONY DIXON, JAMIE DONOHOE, CALUM DUNDAS, LEE EGEN, KIERAN GAIR, ROSS

Alnwick Town AFC

GLASS, CHRIS HOGG, KIERAN JACKSON, JAMES LOWES, DANNY MACPHERSON, TOM MCCLELLAND, BRAD MILLER, JORDAN MOORE, ROSS NISBET, PAUL

Manager: Jon Egen Coach: Adam Laidlaw Physio: David Ross Joanne Chisholm

RIDDELL, DARREN STRAUGHAN, ROSS WILLIS, JOSH WILLIS, KRIS

Tuesday 29th September 2015 Ebac Northern League Division 2


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Matchday Info ANDERSON, ROBBIE BAILEY, ADRIAN BARKER, CRAIG BARKER, LIAM BLACK, LUKE BLADES, LEE BRASSELL, SCOTT CALVERT, MICHAEL CAYGILL, GLENN

Tow Law Town

DIXON, LIAM GILL, JOE

Manager: Steve Murray Assistant: Kevin Dixon Physio: John Dixon

GREENWELL, PAUL HAGGAN, BAILEY HALL, DAVID HARRISON, LEWIS KNOWLES, ADAM MEADOWS, JOHN MORDUE, CHRISTOPHER ORTON, THOMAS OXLEY, PAUL

Referee: Martin Carr Assistants: Evan Culling Frank Campbell

PARKER, DAVID PAYLOR, JAMES PAYNE, ETHAN ROGERS, LEE STANNARD, JORDAN


Opposition Info

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The "Lawyers" were founded in 1890 and became founder members of the Auckland and District League in 1892. The following year they won the Durham Amateur Cup. They first joined the Northern League in 1894, winning the Durham Challenge Cup two years later. After leaving the Northern League the Lawyers played in the South Durham Alliance (1900 to 1905) and Crook and District League (1912 to 1914). After the war the club played in the Auckland and District League until being readmitted to the Northern League in 1920 where it has played ever since. Until 1994/95 season the club had not won the championship apart from two successive seasons 1923/24 and 1924/25. In between the League Cup was won in 1973/74 when Ashington were beaten 2-1 in the final at Crook. The 1994/95 League Championship win is a certainly an outstanding memory for the club especially as it was won by 14 clear points. The Lawyers finished second in the league in the 1998/99 season. Another outstanding memory was the tremendous F.A. Cup run of 1967/68. Having reached the first round Tow Law beat Mansfield 5-1 and in the second round drew 1-1 with Shrewsbury at Ironworks Road. The Lawyers went into the hat for the Third Round and drew a home tie with Arsenal. Sadly it was not to be after they went down 6-2 at Shrewsbury in the replay. Frank McGee reported after the replay "Arsenal were saved from a fate worse than death - a trip to Tow Law in January". Peter Quigley and Tony Heslop took the Club on it's first visit to Wembley was made on 9th May 1998 after a tremendous F.A. Vase run. It was a splendid adventure which sadly ended with a 1-0 defeat by Tiverton. The Lawyers first ground was in Church Lane but the present Ironworks Road ground was built by volunteers during the miners strike of 1892/93. Ironically it was rebuilt during another miners strike in 1921. Today the much improved state of the ground is down to the regular work which has been done since 1921 by many hardworking bands of voluntary labour. A major scare occurred early in the 2004/05 season, the playing surface was struck by subsidence, rendering it unplayable. The Club was forced to ground share at Esh Winning for the remainder of the season, whist repairs were carried out by the Coal Board.


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Opposition Info

Continuity at the club was provided by the longest serving trio of officials in the League, Chairman Harry Hodgson, Treasurer Harry Dixon and Club Secretary Bernard Fairbairn who followed his father and grandfather into the job.) They had over 100 years service between them. Harry Hodgson stood down as Chairman at the end of the 95/96 season but is still a member of the committee. At the end of 1997 Harry Dixon also stood down but stayed on as the Club President until his death in 2002. Harry Hodgson took over as President. Their places have been taken over by John Flynn as Chairman and Kevin McCormick as Treasurer. Bernard Fairbairn continued as Secretary until 2007, having been in the post since 1961 – at grand total of 46 years (“A prisoner would get less for murder.”) Steve Moralee took on the role of Club Secretary. During 2004, John Flynn stood down as Club Chairman. Harry Hodgson again showed his devotion to the Club, returning as Chairman for 1 last year. Following the 2004/05 season, Harry Hodgson took a well deserved retirement from the Club. His replacement, Sandra Gordon becomes the first female Chair at the Club and only the third in the long history of the League. Billy Hall who played for Blackpool and Manchester City returned to Tow Law after his playing days and became the teams trainer. He remained a staunch supporter until he died in January 2000, aged 98. He had been the Northern Leagues and the Football Leagues oldest surviving player. Billy was a member of the League Championship teams in the 1920s. In recent times the Lawyers most famous player was the England International Chris Waddle who moved to Newcastle in 1980. Steve Howard who moved onto Hartlepool United in 1996 before becoming Northampton Towns record signing at £120,000 before moving to Luton Town in 2001, Steve has become a legend with Luton Town scoring over 100 goals for the “Hatters” with 96 of these being league goals, also playing as a centre half following an injury crisis in the club, Steve is the 3rd all time leading goal scorer for Luton Town also winning two promotions with the club. He then moved to Derby County in 2006, scoring many vital goals for the Rams before moving on loan to Leicester City in 2008 where he made the move a permanent one, The Scottish “B” International has spent the last five seasons at Leicester City and has become a lynch pin in the sides success.


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Record Against Opposition Season

Home Team

Away Team

Result Alnwick Home Wins:

1989/90

Alnwick Town

Tow Law Town

3-0

1990/91

Alnwick Town

Tow Law Town

0-2

2000/01

Alnwick Town

Tow Law Town

4-3

2012/13

Alnwick Town

Tow Law Town

2-0

4

Alnwick Away Wins: 1

Tow Law Home Wins: 3

2013/14

Alnwick Town

Tow Law Town

2-3

2014/15

Alnwick Town

Tow Law Town

6-1

Season

Home Team

Away Team

Result

Tow Law Away Wins: 2

Alnwick Home Goals:

1989/90

Tow Law Town

Alnwick Town

2-1

1990/91

Tow Law Town

Alnwick Town

1-1

2001/02

Tow Law Town

Alnwick Town

6-1

2012/13

Tow Law Town

Alnwick Town

0-0

17

Alnwick Away Goals: 7

Tow Law Home Goals: 13

2013/14

Tow Law Town

Alnwick Town

3-1 Tow Law Away Goals:

2014/15

Tow Law Town

Alnwick Town

1-3

9


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Previous Encounter

Tow Law Town 1 - 3 Alnwick Town (2014/15 Season) Alnwick Town got back to winning ways with a comfortable win away to Tow Law Town. Alnwick went into the game with a small squad, and had to call upon Lee Dundas and Kenny Collins from the reserves, who both started the game. In a game blighted by high winds the visitors found themselves a goal down to a speculative effort early in the game which beat goalkeeper Straker. The lead was short lived though, as Kenny Collins got his first goal for the club to bring the scores level. Alnwick soon took the lead, with Stephen Hogg keeping a cool head to take the ball round the keeper and into the net to give Alnwick a 2-1 lead at half time. The away side got their 3rd thanks to a header from Darren Riddell, and the result was never really in doubt. Alnwick could have extended their lead further but efforts by Brown, Hogg, Shanks and Collins were all denied. The result was a good response to the sad news earlier in the week with the passing of club legend Clive Burn. The club would like to place on record their thanks to Tow Law Town for arranging the minute silence before kick off. Full Time: Tow Law Town 1-3 Alnwick Town Scorers: Collins K, Hogg S, Riddell D


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Fixtures 2015/16

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Darlington Railway Athletic

Opponents

2-0

35

Brown N

Dundas L

Baker R

Briggs J

Macpherson T

Straughan R

Jackson J

H

Esh Winning

4-1

102

Brooks C

Dundas L

Baker R

Brown T

Macpherson T

Straughan R

Jackson J

H

Chester-le-Street Town

0-2

77

Brooks C

Lowes D

Baker R

Briggs J

Macpherson T (Y+Y)

Straughan R

Jackson J

18/08

A

Thornaby

1-0

32

Brown N

Dundas L

Baker R

Egen K

Macpherson T

Straughan R

Lowes D

22/08

H

Crook Town

2-1

84

Brown N

Dundas L

Baker R

Egen K

Macpherson T

Straughan R

Lowes D

25/08

H

South Shields

2-2

131

Brown N

Lowes D

Baker R (Y)

Egen K

Macpherson T 1

Straughan R

Riddell D

29/08

A

Billingham Town

0-3

102

Brooks C

Lowes D

Baker R

Gair R

Dundas L

Straughan R

Riddell D

31/08

A

Heaton Stannington

3-1

138

Brooks C (R)

Dundas L

Baker R

Dixon J

Macpherson T

Straughan R

Riddell D

05/09

A

Billingham Synthonia (FAV 1Q AET)

2-2

78

Nisbet P

Lowes D (Y)

Baker R

Dundas L

Macpherson T

Egen K

Gair R

08/09

A

Billingham Synthonia (FAV 1Q R)

1-2

100

Brooks C (Y)

Straughan R

Hogg K

Willis J

Macpherson T 1

Egen K (Y)

Briggs J

12/09

H

Birtley Town

3-3

Brooks C

Dixon J

Baker R 1

Willis J

Macpherson T

Straughan R

Gair R

19/09

A

Billingham Synthonia

2-0

Strasshine M

Dixon J

Baker R

Willis J

Macpherson T

Straughan R

Gair R

23/09

A

Bedlington Terriers (LC R1)

6-0

Glasper L

Straughan R

Dundas L

Willis J

Macpherson T

Egen K

Riddell D

1-1

Glasper L

Dixon J

Dundas L

Briggs J

Laidlaw A (Y)

Egen K

Willis K

08/08

A

11/08 15/08

26/09

A

Whickham

29/09

H

Tow Law Town

03/10

H

Northallerton Town

10/10

A

Willington

17/10

H

Ryhope Colliery Welfare

22/10

A

Easington Colliery

24/10

A

Hebburn Town

31/10

H

Stokesley Sports Club

07/11

A

Brandon United

14/11

H

Team Northumbria

21/11

A

Chester-le-Street Town

28/11

H

Ryton & Crawcrook Albion

05/12

A

Esh Winning

12/12

H

Thornaby

19/12

A

South Shields

26/12

H

Heaton Stannington

02/01

A

Birtley Town

09/01

H

Darlington Railway Athletic

16/01

A

Crook Town

23/01

H

Billingham Town

30/01

H

Easington Colliery

06/02

A

Tow Law Town

13/02

H

Billingham Synthonia

20/02

H

Whickham

27/02

A

Northallerton Town

05/03

H

Willington

12/03

A

Ryhope Colliery Welfare

19/03

H

Hebburn Town

26/03

A

Stokesley Sports Club

02/04

H

Brandon United

09/04

A

Team Northumbria

23/04

A

Ryton & Crawcrook Albion

Score Att


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Fixtures

8

9

10

11

12

13 / 17

14

15

16

Brown T

McClelland B

Gair R

Riddell D

Glass C (7)

Hogg K (9)

Lowes D (2)

Donohoe C

Dixon J

Egen K (Y)

McClelland B 3

Gair R

Riddell D

Glass C (11)

Hogg K (7) 1

Lowes D

Briggs J

Dixon J (8)

Brown T

McClelland B

Dixon J

Hogg K

Glass C (7)

Brown N

Riddell D (8)

Dundas L

Egen K (4) (Y)

Gair R

Jackson J

Glass C (Y)

Hogg K

Briggs J (2)

Brooks C

Willis K (10)

Willis J

Donohoe C (11)

Willis K

Jackson J 1

Gair R 1

Hogg K

Riddell D (7)

Brooks C

Briggs J

Glass C (4)

Dixon J (2)

Willis K (Y)

Jackson J

Gair R

Hogg K 1

Glass C

Brooks C (1)

Dixon J (4)

Moore R (9)

Dundas L

Willis K

Jackson J 2

Glass C 1

Hogg K

Dixon J (10)

-

Moore R (7)

Egen K (8)

Brown T

Willis K

Miller J 1

Glass C

Jackson J

Moore R

-

Nisbet P (11)

Gair R (10)

Briggs J (4)

Willis K (Y)

Miller J 1 (Y)

Riddell D

Glass C 1

Hogg K (10) (Y)

Brooks C

Straughan R (4)

Briggs J (11) (Y)

Moore R

Dixon J

Miller J

Glass C (Y+Y)

Riddell D (Y)

Lowes D

-

McClelland B (11)

Laidlaw A

Brown T

Willis K

McClelland B 2

Glass C

Riddell D

Hogg K

Laidlaw A

Moore R

Briggs J (10)

Jackson J (7) Egen K (8)

Willis K

McClelland B

Glass C

Riddell D

Jackson J (5)

-

Dundas L

Brown D (10)

Brown T

McClelland B

Gair R

Jackson J

Dixon J (6)

Brooks C

Brown D (11)

Willis K (8)

Briggs J

Brown T

Brown D

Gair R

Jackson J

Willis J (11)

Brooks C

Riddell D

McClelland B (4)

Miller J (9)


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Division 1 Ebac Northern League Division One 2015-16 - As of 28.09.2015 Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

F

A

GD

Pts

1

Shildon

12

10

0

2

40

11

29

30

2

Morpeth Town

10

7

2

1

20

10

10

23

3

Washington

8

6

2

0

21

11

10

20

4

Guisborough Town

8

6

1

1

24

9

15

19

5

Marske United

9

6

1

2

23

12

11

19

6

Dunston UTS

10

5

3

2

22

6

16

18

7

Sunderland RCA

12

5

3

4

25

28

-3

18

8

Consett

9

4

3

2

19

13

6

15

9

Penrith

11

4

3

4

21

19

2

15

10

North Shields

11

4

2

5

22

18

4

14

11

Ashington

10

3

4

3

17

15

2

13

12

Durham City

12

4

1

7

23

25

-2

13

13

Newton Aycliffe

8

3

3

2

12

10

2

12

14

Jarrow Roofing BCA

9

3

2

4

23

24

-1

11

15

Newcastle Benfield

10

3

2

5

21

26

-5

11

16

Whitley Bay

6

3

1

2

15

6

9

10

17

Seaham Red Star

10

2

4

4

15

25

-10

10

18

Bishop Auckland

10

3

0

7

14

29

-15

9

19

Norton & Stockton Ancients

11

2

2

7

17

32

-15

8

20

West Allotment Celtic

12

2

2

8

16

41

-25

8

21

Bedlington Terriers

12

2

1

9

10

33

-23

7

22

West Auckland Town

10

1

2

7

13

30

-17

5

Weekend Results

Midweek Fixtures

Ashington

4-2

West Auckland Town

Ashington

V

Guisborough Town

Bedlington Terriers

1-2

Jarrow Roofing BCA

Bishop Auckland

V

Seaham Red Star

Durham City

3-4

Seaham Red Star

Consett

V

West Allotment Celtic

Guisborough Town

1-1

Penrith

Marske United

V

Penrith

Morpeth Town

0-2

North Shields

Whitley Bay

V

Newton Aycliffe

Newcastle Benfield

1-4

Marske United

Shildon

3-2

Bishop Auckland

F.A Cup Weekend Results

Sunderland RCA

3-1

Norton & Stockton Ancients

Consett

1-2

Bradford Park Avenue

West Allotment Celtic

2-2

Dunston UTS

Marine

3-3

Washington

Newton Aycliffe

0-0

North Ferriby United

Whitley Bay

2-1

Congleton Town


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Division 2 Ebac Northern League Division Two 2015-16 - As of 28.09.2015

Pos

Team

P

W

D

L

F

A

GD

Pts

1

Chester-Le-Street

12

8

3

1

35

14

21

27

2

Team Northumbria

12

7

3

2

36

10

26

24

3

South Shields

11

7

2

2

28

12

16

23

4

Darlington RA

12

7

2

3

22

19

3

23

5

Easington Colliery

12

7

1

4

32

18

14

22

6

Northallerton Town

13

6

3

4

38

22

16

21

7

Billingham Synthonia

9

6

1

2

12

4

8

19

8

Ryhope CW

9

6

1

2

27

20

7

19

9

Ryton & Crawcrook Albion

11

5

2

4

26

17

9

17

10

Whickham

10

5

2

3

17

14

3

17

11

Thornaby

10

4

4

2

20

18

2

16

12

Tow Law Town

13

4

4

5

27

27

0

16

13

Brandon United

12

5

1

6

28

34

-6

16

14

Heaton Stannington

10

4

3

3

20

19

1

15

15

Billingham Town

11

4

1

6

21

24

-3

13

16

Hebburn Town

11

3

3

5

17

19

-2

12

17

Alnwick Town

11

3

3

5

16

18

-2

12

18

Crook Town

10

4

0

6

16

21

-5

12

19

Willington

12

2

3

7

15

37

-22

9

20

Birtley Town

11

2

2

7

22

31

-9

8

21

Esh Winning

11

1

1

9

8

36

-28

4

22

Stokesley Sports Club

13

0

1

12

14

63

-49

1

Weekend Results

Midweek Fixtures

Billingham Town

7-1

Willington

Alnwick Town

V

Tow Law Town

Birtley Town

0-1

Billingham Synthonia

Crook Town

V

Billingham Town

Crook Town

1-4

Ryhope CW

Heaton Stannington

V

Darlington RA

Darlington RA

3-0

Hebburn Town

Hebburn Town

V

Chester-le-Street

Easington Colliery

3-1

Brandon United

Ryhope CW

V

Ryton & Crawcrook Albion

Esh Winning

1-3

Ryton & Crawcrook Albion

Team Northumbria

V

Easington Colliery

Northallerton Town

2-2

Heaton Stannington

Whickham

V

South Shields

South Shields

2-0

Team Northumbria

Willington

V

Esh Winning

Thornaby

1-3

Chester-le-Street

Tow Law Town

8-1

Stokesley Sports Club

Whickham

1-1

Alnwick Town


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Ross gair is yet to be booked for alnwick town

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97

Number of players to start 1 game for alnwick town since return to the n.l

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