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WELCOME TO THE MILLFIELD HOME OF THE BLACK AND AMBERS EBAC NORTHERN LEAGUE II SAT 8th FEBRUARY 2020 K/O - 3.00 PM TODAYS MATCH

VS CROOK TOWN A.F.C. VS DURHAM CITY A.F.C. MATCH OFFICIALS M Morton (Referee) Ian Frostwick (Asst) Peter Yuill (Asst)

MATCH BALL SPONSOR

Clive Whitton

Issue 20


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Next home game - Saturday 22nd Feb 3.00pm Crook Town vs Billingham Synthonia

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Previously vs Durham City When the two sides met down at Hall Lane in November Crook ran out comfortable 4-1 winners, thanks to a Joe Hillerby brace, and goals from Dan ‘Maddo’ Maddison, a fox in the box that night,and Jordan Fielding striking from just outside the penalty box before Durham pulled one back through Anthony McCardle. Durham were last at the Millfield for a league game in March 2019 losing 3-1, Liam Jarvie, Anthony Verity and James Cook hit three for Crook whilst David Gibson scored for Durham

Jamie’s thoughts after the Bedlington game I was delighted to get three points. Wednesday’s game posed a tricky proposition as Bedlington hadn’t been in great form but had an excellent result at the weekend. I felt at home, if we started well we could control the game and that’s exactly what happened. I thought we looked the stronger side for large spells and were worthy winners. It’s nice to see us take our chances and get that ruthless edge we’re going to need between now and April. Delighted for Arthur who came into the team and was excellent showing us all what most of us knew in his capabilities. Also really pleased me for Maddo and Stivy. They’ve had to be patient and the lads up top have been scoring goals but when asked for a contribution they provided it for us. The squad is really pushing each other which is exactly what we’re after.


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RECENT RESULTS & MATCH BALL SPONSORS DATE

OPPONENTS

H/ A

SCORE

COMP

SCORERS

SPONSORS

04/01/20

Sunderland West End

H

3-1

ENL 2

Daniel Kent (10) Nathan Stephenson (49) Christian Holliday (90)

Clive Whitton – Crook Town AF

08/01/20

Tow Law Town

H

1-2

ENL 2

Daniel Kent (84)

18/01/20

Ryton & Crawcrook Albion

H

5-2

ENL 2

Daniel Kent (22, 58, 68) Holliday (72) Connelly (89))

25/01/20

Easington Colliery

A

2-2

ENL 2

Holliday (51, 89)

01/02/20

Redcar

H

2-1

ENL 2

Kent (43) Crossen (46)

Clive Whitton – Crook Town AFC

05/02/20

Bedlington Terriers

H

5-0

ENL 2

Kent (3), Fielding (37), Maddison (82), Stephenson (89, 90)

Mike & Michelle Donnelly – Amid Design & Display

08/02/20

Durham City

H

ENL 2

15/02/20

West Allotment Celtic

A

ENL 2

22/02/20

Billingham Synthonia

H

ENL 2

Clive Whitton – Crook Town AFC

Mike & Michelle Donnelly – Amid Design & Display

Clive Whitton – Crook Town AFC

Mike & Michelle Donnelly – Amid Design & Display


CROOK TOWN A.F.C. SQUAD NAME

POSITION

NAME

POSITION

Ronan Makepeace

Goalkeeper

Daniel Kent

Forward

Phil Pentony

Goalkeeper

Daniel Maddison

Forward

Jordan Fielding

Defender

Arthur Connelly

Forward

Anthony Verity

First Team Coach / Defender

Dane Eltringham

Forward

Alex Wilson

Defender

Nathan Stephenson

Forward

Christopher Dunwell Club Captain

Defender

Christian ‘Bisto’ Holliday

Forward

Matthew Crossen

Defender

Joseph Smith

Forward

Kenneth Shevels

Defender

Jonathan Hope

Forward

Jordan Jaques

Defender

Grant Hickman

Defender

Callum Johnston

Midfield

Lee Hume

Midfield

Jamie Tunstall

Manager/ Defender

Tom Gavin

Midfield

Matthew Coad

Assistant Manager

Joe Hillerby

Midfield

Michael Colman

Coach/ Forward

Connor Johnson

Defender

Chris MacDonald

Coach


CROOK PLAYER PROFILES Name

Position

Profile

Phil Pentony

Goalkeeper

A commanding goalkeeper who has played in this division and higher for a number of years. Doesn’t have a weakness in his game and is a great character for the dressing room. A young athletic goalkeeper whose an excellent shot stopper, good on the floor and isn’t afraid to come for crosses. A fantastic keeper for the future who's ready to play now.

Ronan Makepeace

Goalkeeper

Jordan Fielding

Defender

A young centre half who is calm and composed in possession.

Anthony Verity

First Team Coach / Defender

A Defender who shows experience beyond his years. Good in possession and a good communicator. Doubled up as a coach, Vez is an extremely important member of the team.

Kenneth Shevels

Defender

Kenny is a Centre Half / Right Back who’s comfortable on the ball and enjoys playing out from the back and can also get forward

Christopher Dunwell Club Captain

Defender

Callum Johnston

Midfield

Lee Hume

Midfield

An experienced defensive midfielder who’s played at this level for a number of years. Still an excellent footballer who likes to play the game the right way. Strong in the air and a terrific leader. An invaluable player on the pitch and person off it. A dynamic attacking midfielder who causes defender problems with his bursting runs. Incredibly agile and quick. Smiler also has excellent attitude and is always looking out for his team. A technically gifted player who can dictate games

Dane Eltringham

Forward

An attack minded player, exciting to watch, who can play out wide or through the middle and just loves winning games and scoring goals

Tom Gavin

Midfield

Joseph Smith

Forward

Daniel Kent

Forward

Nathan Stephenson

Forward

Christian ‘Bisto’ Holliday

Forward

Brings fantastic quality and a real determination to win football matches. A great lad for the dressing room and a proper player on the pitch Quick but has a football brain beyond his years. A superb temperament and can finish when given a chance. Last season’s top goal scorer. A No.9 who has good feet for a big man & a deceptive turn of pace. Stiv has got a fantastic attitude and he’s a brilliant player too. He’s a different type of forward to what we’ve got which is important if we want to move forward Bisto is a sharp forward who given half a chance will always get you a goal. 2017/2018 Top goal scorer is always looking to get in behind the opposing defence.

Daniel Maddison

Forward

A quick busy forward who’s hungry and works hard and will suit the style of football that Jamie wants to play

Connor Johnson

Defender

Arthur Connelly

Forward

An aggressive strong defender whose style is made for Northern League football. First and foremost he’s a defender who can play and likes to play. Arthur’s a winger whose direct, with pace and loves to take on defenders – and at only 19 is only going to get better

Joe Hillerby

Forward

Joe is used to winning football matches and fits our style of play perfectly. Another player still young and hungry to learn but has also had plenty of games at this level


Durham City AFC History The club was first inaugurated in the 1918-1919 season and for that season only, operated in the old Victory league, which was formed in celebration of the end of the First World War. Subsequently the team was admitted to the North Eastern League where they played for two seasons before being admitted to Division 3 North in 1921. The club operated in that league until 1928, when they failed to gain re-election and were replaced by Carlisle United F.C. The club immediately rejoined the North Eastern League where they stayed until 1938 when, due to financial constraints, the club was forced to disband. They then became members of the Wearside League but again disbanded in November 1938. The club reformed in 1950 and gained admission to the Wearside League, where they operated until 1952 before joining the Northern League where they remained until 2008. At the end of the 2007/08 season, their second Championship winning season the club finally achieved promotion to the UniBond First Division North. The club has occupied five different grounds since it’s formation. In their first season the club played at Garden House Park (almost where County Hall now stands) before moving to Kepier Heughs, near to the old Ferens Park ground where they stayed for four seasons. The club then moved on to Holliday Park (named after the late Alderman T.W. Holliday), on Framwellgate Waterside, where they stayed until they disbanded in 1938. The club’s fourth ground, named after the late Alderman H.C. Ferens, was acquired when the club reformed in 1950. Alderman Ferens was for many years, prior to his death in 1975, President of the club and a generous benefactor in connection with the purchase of the land for that ground. Ferens Park was at that time probably one of the most attractive grounds in the Northern League. Set in rural surroundings its facilities included a comfortable clubhouse, a covered stand and floodlights. This ground also hosted the club’s largest attendance, which stands at 7,000, for an F.A. Cup Second Round tie against Tranmere Rovers on 7 November 1957 which City lost 0-3. City left Ferens Park at the end of their first Championship winning season in 1993-94 but because their ground wasn’t completed on time they were unable to join the Northern Premier League. After ground-sharing with Chester-le-Street Town for a season the club moved to its fifth and current ground - New Ferens Park. Situated in Belmont on the outskirts of the city the purpose built stadium is easily accessible from all major roads, boasts a two storey clubhouse, a 300-seater stand, which also provides covered accommodation for 600 standing spectators, and excellent floodlights. In the 2007-08 season, City were crowned Northern league Champions for only the second time in their history. This was rewarded with promotion and they duly took their rightful place in the Northern Premier League. In 2008-09, and at the first time of asking they became Unibond League 1st Division North Champions. The squad was strengthened during the summer months and yet another successful season looked to be on the cards when the Club's major sponsor pulled out after only the second game in the Premier League. With no funds to cover expenses etc. there followed an exodus of players. This left the Club only one option in it's fight for survival. Players, most of whom were aged between 16-18, from the local academy stepped in and although the Club finished bottom of the league with zero points (even though two victories were notched up) this ensured not only the completion of the fixture list but more importantly, the survival of the Club. The following season was one of consolidation as the club slowly started to rebuild and a lot of hard work and dedication, both on and off the pitch, saw the club gradually re-establish itself. The team management put together a young side and were rewarded with a creditable 9th position finish to the 2011/12 season. However the constant travelling to away games up and down the A1 and the costs involved began to take its toll and a difficult decision had to be made to once again ensure the survival of the Club. At the end of the season it was announced that Durham City AFC had resigned from the Northern Premier League. The Northern Premier League, the FA and the Northern League were all sympathetic and the Club was once again accepted as a member of the Northern League for the 2012/13 season. In December 2013 former Newcastle United defender Olivier Bernard took over Durham City AFC with a vision of it becoming a community club comprising youth teams from age 6 upwards as well as a reserves team. The intention being to bring success back to the Club which he believes is long overdue and he targets promotion to the National Conference League within 5 - 7 years. The Club moved out of New Ferens Park in November 2015 and it is currently looking for land to build a new home in or around the City of Durham. The club has and will continue to make changes to what it believes to be most important and that is to keep Durham City AFC alive. After ground sharing with Consett AFC for two seasons, the Club currently plays its home games at the Hall Lane ground, home of Willington AFC. After two seasons manager Ollie Hotchkiss left his role at the end of the 2017/2018 season and was replaced by Mikey Weston at the start of the 2018 season after 9 defeats from 10 Durham replaced Mikey with Wayne Gredziak in September 2018. After 10 games Durham replaced Wayne with Billy Harper and Stephen Durrant with Stephen leaving in August 2019 to become treasurer at Billingham Town leaving Billy solely in charge.


DURHAM CITY SQUAD Defender

Alderson

Lewis

Brian

2001

14-Oct-19

Midfielder

Banki

Callum

Paul

2001

02-Jul-19

Goalkeeper

Brooks

Dean

2000

02-Jul-19

Defender

Bryson

Peter

1980

16-Dec-19

Midfielder

Buckley

Brandon

Lee

2002

23-Oct-19

Defender

Burrell

Nathan

William

1992

16-Dec-19

Defender

Byrne

James

Christopher

2001

16-Dec-19

forward

Chapman

Anthony

James

1995

02-Jul-19

Midfield

Clark

Liam

1986

18-Dec-19

forward

Collins

Joe

1993

09-Jul-19

Defender

Henderson

Peter

David

1987

29-Dec-19

Midfielder

Herron

Lewis

David

1995

16-Dec-19

Goalkeeper

Hunter

Andrew

Thomas

1984

17-Jan-20

Midfield

Moody

Stephen

Joseph Frederick

1992

07-Jan-20

Defender

Mulholland

Alan

Robert

1992

13-Dec-19

Goalkeeper

Mutch

Aidan

2002

19-Sep-19

Defender

Nicholson

Jay

2000

05-Aug-19

Midfield

Pattinson

Christopher

1995

10-Jan-20

forward

Payne

Calvin

1989

14-Oct-19

Midfield

Reay

Callum

2000

16-Jul-19

Defender

Robson

Thomas

2000

02-Jul-19

Midfield

Soakell

Spencer

2002

29-Dec-19

Midfield

Stansfield

Harry

2002

14-Oct-19

Defender

Thomas

Max

2002

02-Jul-19

Defender

Whelan

Joseph

1996

02-Jul-19

Midfield

Wood

Harry

Alexander

1998

07-Jan-20

Defender

Woodhouse

Harvey

Roscoe

2003

14-Oct-19

Midfield

Young

Jack

Thomas

1996

18-Dec-19

Forward

Young

Michael

Anthony

1993

02-Jul-19

Paul

Adam


CROOK TOWN A.F.C. HISTORY Crook joined the Northern League in 1896 and first won the Amateur Cup in 1901 beating Kings Lynn 3 - 0 at Ipswich after a 1 - 1 draw at Dover Court in Essex. In 1913 Crook toured Barcelona to help establish football as the main sport in the region of Catalonia instead of bullfighting. Feeling was so high against this that King Alfonso of Spain who had hoped to attend the three games but couldn't do so because of the attempts on his life. Crook man Jack Greenwell organised the tour and went on to become the first English manager of Barcelona until the mid-thirties when he took over the Spanish national side until the civil war. He managed Peru in 1938 which capped off a remarkable life for the son of a miner! There were two further successful tours to Barcelona during the 1920-21 & 1921-22 seasons.The infamous 'Crook Town Affair' where several players and officials were suspended for making illegal payments to amateur players made front page news in 1928.Crook became a semi-professional club during the 1930-31 season as Crook F.C. and reached the third round of The F.A. Cup for the only time during the 1931-32 season. Centre forward Colin Cook scored a remarkable 72 goals that season. The 1936-37 season saw Crook revert back to amateur status and became Crook Town. During the 1945-46 season Crook Town become Crook Colliery Welfare.In 1949 Crook reached the semi-final of the Amateur Cup losing 3 - 0 at West Ham to Romford after a 2 -2 draw at Roker Park. In the early 1950's gates of 10,000 were the norm for cup ties. The highest recorded gate was 17,000 plus v Walton and Hersham in a 0 - 0 draw. That season Crook were involved in the first non-league cup tie to be shown live on TV on a Saturday afternoon that saw Crook winning 3 - 1 at Romford in front of a 13,000 crowd. Crook won the Amateur Cup in the 1953 - 54 season playing in the longest cup final ever v Bishop Auckland with 200,000 in attendance over the three games. The final scores for the three games were 2 - 2 A.E.T. at Wembley, 2 - 2 A.E.T. at St. James Park and 1 - 0 to Crook at Ayresome Park. Crook played Derby County in the first round of the FA Cup during the 1955-56 season drawing 2 - 2 at the Millfield, but losing 5 - 1 away in the replay. Crook were League champions and Amateur Cup winners beating Barnet 3 - 2 in the final at Wembley in the 1958-59 season.In the 1961-62 season Crook once again won the Amateur Cup beating Hounslow Town 4 - 0 at Ayresome Park after a 1- 1 draw at Wembley. During the 1962-63 season Crook had a two match tour of Norway. Crook defeating a South Norway XI 4 - 3, but were beaten 3 - 2 the next day to Vikings.Crook were Amateur Cup winners in the 1963-64 season beating Enfield 2 - 1 at Wembley. During the 1964-65 season Crook beat Carlisle 1 - 0 in the first round of the F.A. Cup, but lost 1 - 0 to Oldham Athletic in the second round.In 1976 Crook became the first English club to tour India playing six games. A gate of 100,000 watched Crook play the Indian national side, but they were beaten 1 - 0 in 90 degree temperatures. During the late 70's there was an increase of interest and also brief revivals during the 80's and 90's and the early part of the new century, but without the help and encouragement of Sir Tom Cowie the club would not have survived. The 2015/16 season was probably the club’s worst season on record and may well have seen the demise of the club but for the return of Vince Kirkup as Chairman who will need no introduction around the North East football circuit. That season was always going to be a one of survival and consolidation on both the financial and the playing front, and so it proved to be with previous debts satisfied and an 18th of 22 place finish securing our Ebac Northern League 2nd Division status. After a good start to the 2017/18 season our form started to drop off and our results on the field showed this, the main problem being the amount of goals we concede. After a short time in Charge, manager Wilf Constantine and his team decided to step down, as they believed they had taken the club as far as it could go, this was following a home defeat to Thornaby. Following Wilf’s departure we wanted to act quickly to appoint his successor, there was no shortage of applicants. After taking a couple of days to sort things out we appointed Chris Lax whose previous club was Richmond Town where he managed for 5 years and built a very successful side. But another disappointing season ended with a 18th place finish one place lower than when they took over & though this was enough to maintain our Ebac Northern League status this was only done by default due to the resignation of Jarrow Roofing and Boro Rangers unable to secure a ground share. So it was decided to part company with Chris Lax and his management team at the end of last season and install former player and Billingham Synthonia manager Jamie Tunstall as manager with another former Crook Town player Matthew Coad as his assistant. Jamie & Matthew will be assisted by Anthony Verity & Michael Colman who make up the coaching team.


Why not try one of Angela’s famous Black and Amber burgers from Only Foods & Sauces whilst racking your brains trying to decipher the player anagrams in our half-time teaser or testing your football knowledge?

And if you know your history…... 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6)

Who and when was Crook Town’s first ever substitute? (Bonus point if you know who he replaced) Who were the first team to be relegated from the Premier League Twice? Why was Crook’s game at Ferryhill delayed by ten minutes in December 1923 Which club did Jurgen Klopp start his managerial career with? Which Man United player was the first to be sent off in an FA Cup Final? What year did Crook Town return to the Millfield after a brief spell at the Bankfoot Sports Ground? How much did they pay for the ground following the rugby club’s demise?

Answers at the foot of the League Table page A SQUAD GAME…. Competition for places was harder than at most clubs in York City’s 1908-09 season when they played in the Northern League, they registered 746 players but used just 18. Source : Northern Goalfields Revisited - compiled by Brian Hunt, edited by Mike Amos

Spot the ball at the Millfield


Manager Profile - Jamie Tunstall When did you start your managerial career? What was your first Northern League game? ‘I believe it was a 1-0 defeat away to Consett. Billingham Synthonia were obviously in a really difficult position at the time but I am still proud of what we achieved there and ultimately kept the club going. The game in particular was a fairly even game and a wind assisted goal with their only real shot on target.’ Where’s your favourite away ground to play at? ‘I’m a stickler for decent pitches.. so Bishop is up there. Whitley Bay has a lot of history so enjoyed going there too. Don’t think I ever lost at Alnwick as a player so that was enjoyable to play at, and the bus trip back brought its own entertainment’ Who’s the best player you’ve played against? ‘Lewis Wing is the obvious one. You could tell he had unbelievable quality even from his early days at Seaham. Ben Harmison gave me a torrid time against North Shields a few seasons back too. Away from the Northern League I’d have to say James Morrison (before his Middlesbrough and West Brom days)’ How would you describe the style and approach you want your team to play? ‘I always encourage my team to try and play and get the ball down. The Crook town faithful are still taking some winning over when we are looking after the ball in our third but I think at the minute we’ve got a good blend of playing football but being direct at the right times. You can’t score goals if the balls not in their half so we like to play when we can but as often as possible in the right areas. We’re still a young group and learning all the time but we’ve made great strides and I’ve witnessed some fantastic football in the last 18 months and we hope that continues.’ Favourite manager of all time? Why? ‘Being a Liverpool fan before this season there hasn’t been masses of success but what Klopp has done to this team the last 18 months has been surreal. I am not old enough to have seen the 80s era. I don’t know a player who wouldn’t want to play under Klopp.’ If you had to pick 4 team members to form a Boy Band for Crookfest who would they be? And what would you call the band? ‘We’ve definitely got a few lads who take longer to get ready to play a game of football than I do to go out on a night. I’ll go with Jordan, Hillers, Lee and Tom. ‘The Midfield Four’.’


What are your managerial ambitions? ‘To manage as high as I can. The dream’s to manage at the very top. I’m still relatively young and this is only my second season as a manager. I’m learning all the time and every week poses new challenges but I love it, and I’d regret not testing myself as much as I could, but I also understand you have got to learn to walk before you can run. I’m very happy at Crook and who knows where we both might be next year and the years following that.’ Best game your team has won? ‘here’s a couple of performances that stand out. Last season our 5-0 win over Northallerton was a great result and performance, especially against a former team of mine and team who ended up being promoted. This season I think the stand out performance was our win at home to West Allotment. They’ve only lost twice this season so for us to beat them 4-0 was pretty special. The performance matched the result and was very comprehensive.’ If you could manage any team for just one game who would it be? ‘Being a Liverpool fan it would have to be them.. but just one game would be torture. Barcelona in the Nou Camp would be pretty special. The thought of telling the best player in the world what to do is pretty mad.’ Favourite sport outside of football? ‘The Mrs will tell you I’d watch any sport, and she’d be right. I’ll watch anything really and there’s few sports I dislike. If I had to pick a favourite I’d have to say horse racing as I love a day at the races.’ Who would win an Arm Wrestling competition in the team? ‘Joey Smith’


Current League Division Two Table

Spot the Ball - Square A8 If you know your history answers…. 1) Bobby Hull - Oct 8th 1966 when Joe Gill was injured 2) Crystal Palace were relegated in 1993, came back up in 1994 and then went back down again in 1995 3) Crook’s motor bus caught fire and the players had to extinguish the blaze with snow 4) Mainz 05 5) Kevin Moran, for a foul on Peter Reid of Everton, in the 1985 final. United still won the match. 6) Crook returned to the Millfield in 1898, paying £625 for the ground (£81,770 in modern money) Crook answers from The Story of Crook Town Football Club - Michael Manuel


CROOK TOWN A.F.C SPONSORS Company/Person

Contact

Company/Person

Contact

Mike & Michelle Donnelly

Mike Donnelly

William Penman

William Penman

Mapps Mortgage + Insurance

Peter Mapp

Isaac Wraith

Paul Wraith

Makepeace Landscapes

Stephen Makepeace

Paul Fowler

Paul Fowler

Mulligan’s Skip Hire

Jimmy & Paul Mulligan

Durham Community Action Ltd

Russell Hayward

Speedo Car Parts Ltd

Paul Reid

Silverthorn Group

David Cumming

I.C.Davison Home Improvements

James/Dan Hannah

Durham Funeral Celebrant

Annette Jeffrey-Crummack

Zero Alpha Security Services

Joanne & Phil Burek

Brian Gibbon

Brian Gibbon

John Pearson

John Pearson

Freshclean Dry Cleaners

Alison & David Heppell

Weardale Travel

Anthony M. Gibson

Danny Underwood

Danny Underwood

Stuart Reed Plumbing & Heating

Stuart Reed

GMB Union (Durham Branch)

John Gilmore/Derek Cattell

Amber Patterson

Jeff Patterson

Tyne Tees Crushing & Screening Ltd

Andrew Verity

Readman Fabrications Ltd

Graham Readman

Vickers & Barrass Chartered Surv.

Helen Jardine

Paul Tennant

Paul Tennant

Crook Tyre Centre

J.P. Solan & B. Gray

S. C. Plant

Steve Crawford

Franks the Flooring Store

Paul Tennant

Dave Thompson OBE

David R Thompson OBE

Horizon Glass Ltd

Christine Richardson

Louise Rippon

Marshall Rippon

Stuart Askwith

Stuart Askwith

Holly & Macey Hughes

Jonathon Hughes

SBC Builders Ltd

Steve Caile

Vince Kirkup

Vince Kirkup

Lintons Printers

Craig Dixon

KH Auto

Kevin Hanson

Premier Store - Crook

Ravi Sivaguru

Wright Storage

Lisa

Wrights Forestry Services

Lisa

R&S Fireplaces and Stoves

Ron Beadle

CROOK TOWN AFC WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE FOLLOWING BUSINESSES AND PEOPLE WHO ARE SUPPORTING US THIS SEASON. “I WOULD SINCERELY LIKE TO ASK OUR FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS TO PATRONISE THE BUSINESSES OF THE PEOPLE WHO ARE SUPPORTING OUR CLUB THIS SEASON, WHERE EVER THEY FIND IT POSSIBLE.“ VINCE KIRKUP - CHAIRMAN


CROOK TOWN A.F.C SPONSORS Company/Person

Contact

Company/Person

Contact

The Vault

Ian Clark

Gallarie Hairdressing

Helen Wraith

Vigo Spinal & Sports Injury Clinic

Kevin Kirkup

Batson Electrical Contractor Ltd

Marc Batson

Winning Lines

Harry Williams

DCC

Anne Reed

Clive Whitton

Clive Whitton

DCC

Andrea Patterson

Derrick Whitton

Derrick Whitton

DCC

Pat Jopling

Yesss Electrical

Ian Boland

NE Kitchen Solutions

Simon Parkin

PH Cars

Phil Hansom

Cimex UK Ltd

Mark Dixon

Eric Gibson

Eric Gibson

Richie Norman - Steeplejack

Richie Norman

Hayden Nelson

Hayden Nelson

John Cartwright

John Cartwright

CROOK TOWN AFC - SPONSORS FOR THE 2019 – 2020 SEASON CROOK TOWN AFC WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE FOLLOWING BUSINESSES AND PEOPLE WHO ARE SUPPORTING US THIS SEASON. “I WOULD SINCERELY LIKE TO ASK OUR FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS TO PATRONISE THE BUSINESSES OF THE PEOPLE WHO ARE SUPPORTING OUR CLUB THIS SEASON, WHERE EVER THEY FIND IT POSSIBLE.“ VINCE KIRKUP - CHAIRMAN


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