Welcome to Frenchfield
A warm welcome to our visitors today, their players, staff, supporters representing Dunston UTS our match officials, our regulars and new supporters. Today is a fantastic Community club day with the young Bonny Blues here and the mums, dads and relatives. Welcome to you all. I’m sure you’ll have a great time at Frenchfield Stadium today. Watching the Washington match was something we all needed and seeing teams as we discussed last week, now in the relegation battle that hadn’t anticipated being here, as Kyle May has said in his report, “we’ve put ourselves in a good position”. There are other teams now in the struggle with some really tough matches ahead of them, who you wouldn’t want be wanting to play. Looking at the fixtures today on page 24, we have today’s table which hasn’t really changed since Saturday as nobody has played. We also have the current form table which isn’t always a true reflection at the moment, with some teams actually playing matches and some not playing more than one or two, if that in the last 4-5 weeks. We have been lucky and psychologically with games and points in the bag, whilst being able to play, just puts more pressure on those with more than 9 or 10 or more games to play. Physically even with the extension into May, it will be challenging. On page 18 is the ‘Run in’ with those teams placed 14th down to 22nd in the league. Some results could be close to sealing futures in this today, but in the next seven days we’ll see more unfold. Today like any match has a lot riding on it. We all say who we didn’t expect to be in this part of the table, but back in August neither did we! Today’s realities will unfold with Jarrow Roofing’s home game against 4th placed West Auckland. Bishop Auckland are at home to 5th place North Shields, 12th place Whitley Bay on a bad run are at home to Marske United, which at this stage with the teams below them just 6 points behind, three of all on 41 points and with Team Northumbria coming from behind last week to beat 3rd place Consett, that could prove to be a vital 3 points? Enjoy the match, Lee What have we got for you today? Direct line from the Dugout with Kyle May Billy's Blog by Billy Williams A History of Dunston UTS Meet Our Visitors Juniors Day update Today’s Teams and Match Officials Celebrating 125 years Life of Pie Reports Commercial Strategy 2018-19 Selfie Supporter – Janice Sowerby Ebac Northern League One Table & Current Form Scores & Fixtures
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With the regular book for our summary of the last game, what’s happening within the team and Kyle’s view on today’s match, we had our regular catch up on the phone Wednesday night. We started with Saturday.
Direct line from the dugout
Going into the match, it looked easy to everyone and based on the score of 7 – 1, this game went as planned. Had they scored first, it could have been a totally different outcome. A goal would have given Washington the confidence to really take us on……… We came together well. We created chances, we settled in early and we didn’t let them get a foot into the game in the early stages. By not letting them grow in confidence, we grew stronger as the game progressed. We were very disciplined. We stuck to the system, credit to all lads, we were communicating well and encouraging each other and as a result our confidence grew throughout the match. What we have now, we didn’t have when we set out to play the top six teams. We had a bad run at the end of January, losing at home to West Auckland and Sunderland RCA and then we hit Morpeth, Stockton, Shildon and Marske. I sense that what the lads had been through in the first half of the season, was on their minds after my straight losses. Morpeth we could have won. It was just the one goal, but the win against Whitley Bay, then Team Northumbria came at the right time. Last weekend we were strong as a team and the changes brought restored confidence and self-belief. Grant had a great game, competitive, he wins his tackles and took a great goal. Because of the attitude the players have, whilst learning all the time, they are also supporting each and it helps individuals improve. We’ve seen this in the way the lads are on and off the pitch with each other. They are all mates and a good bunch of lads and that’s helped the team in the transition of where we were, what we have been achieving. Continued on page 5…………
Continued from page 4… Robbie has played some of the best football I have seen him play against Washington. This comes from learning, working and playing with the experienced players like Andy, Martyn and Grant.
Congratulations to every player and supporter.
You can see this confidence building in the way they support each other. It’s helping the team in its development as a unit. Watching Tyler player, you can see him bringing the ball out of defence and it is attributed to a developing selfbelief that is growing in the team.
To avoid relegation will give us all the lift to look forward to next season, even though it’s still unknown which League that will be.
Building on that point, we’ve been dealing with the situation and we’ve faced together with a developing positive mental attitude and naturally, you see this each week in individual performances that reflect on the end result. The recent form and commitment we have seen, has put us in a good position and other teams didn’t expect to see us here. The Whitley Bay and Team Northumbria results have given the team and our supporters a boost. When I first came in, I knew it was going to be a challenged. A lot of what we have done is gone back to basics, simple uncomplicated. Today’s match will be a test; the side we beat back in November has had some changes and they had some good results away from home. We’ll get out there and stick to the system we have and the lads will do their best as they have been doing. We set a target of 5 wins in the last 10; we have two the sooner we achieve our target the more pressure we apply to the other teams around us.
It’s been a good week for all of us who want to see a positive and happy club.
My admiration for Willie Paul continues to grow. He truly is a club legend and we are lucky to have such an individual as part of our club. He hasn’t had the number of starts he would have liked, however, once again his character and respect for the club shines through. Whenever I see him, whatever he is asked to do, he does it with a smile on his face. He still seems as fit and enthusiastic; a credit to his family and I only hope he continues to be part of the club for a long time to come. Another guy working his way to becoming a club legend is Skipper Grant Davidson. Certainly a person and player who gives his all for the club; a manager’s dream and would grace any team we have had over the years. As I have said previously, every game it’s vital we get behind the team. North Shields away next week and we have a full bus of supporters travelling to gee on the lads. Prior to today’s game, we have a number of our Juniors down where Kyle May and Andy Coyles will be passing on some coaching ideas and their experience. It’s so important that every junior player and their family feel part of our club and hopefully part of our football family in the cause of building the club’s bright future. .
Next season we look forward to commemorating our 125th Anniversary. Anyone who has been a part of that history, we would love to see you down at Frenchfield Park to reminisce about special times and memories. If you have any mementos, please let us know. Res non Verba Billy
DUNSTON UTS F.C. BRIEF HISTORY
Welcome to the visitors
The club first saw light of day in 1975 as a humble works outfit. The previous club Chairman, John Thompson, with some of his fellow workmates at Her Majesty’s Stationery Office Gateshead, decided to form a football team and joined the Newcastle City Amateur League. Early success inspired John to develop the club and it moved to a new base, The Bay Horse public house in Whickham. The club name was changed to Whickham Sports F.C. Playing on a public parks pitch in Dunston, the club entered the Northern Amateur League. Numerous successes followed at this level including League Championships and League Cup wins. In 1980 the club joined the Northern Combination League. Further League and Cup successes followed and a move to a base nearer the home ground seemed logical. The club then moved to a new base at the Dunston Mechanics Social Club and became known as Dunston Mechanics F.C. As the club became more ambitious a piece of land in the locality was leased from Gateshead MBC and the committee began to develop the present ground. At this stage an approach was made to the Federation Brewery for sponsorship to assist in the progress of the club. When they kindly agreed to become the club’s main sponsors, the name was changed to Dunston Federation Brewery F.C. After finishing as League Champions and League Cup Winners in 1987, the club left the Northern Combination League and joined the Wearside League. Following a period of four seasons in the Wearside League – being League Champions twice and League Cup Winners once – the club felt a need to seek new opportunities and an application was made to join the prestigious Northern Football League. During their time in the Wearside League, the club had made considerable improvements to Federation Park with progress to a higher status of football in mind, and their application was successful. The club had now realised one of its main ambitions and so entered the National Pyramid of Non-League Football. In its second season in the Northern League the club won the Second Division and was promoted to the First Division. That season also saw the club reach the last eight of the national FA Vase competition. The club is now an established Northern League club having won the League Challenge Cup three years in succession from 1998 to 2000. They also won the J. R. Cleator Cup in 1999/2000 and 2000/2001. Season 2003/2004 was one to remember when the club won the Northern League Championship for the first time and also lifted the League Challenge Cup. They also reached the final qualifying round of the F.A. Cup – the furthest they have ever reached in that competition. After such a magnificent season in 2003/2004, the club went one better the following season when they repeated the Northern League Championship and Challenge Cup Double and also lifted the J. R. Cleator Cup once more.
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In 2009, having been without a main sponsor for the previous three seasons, Mr.Shaun Sadler of UTS Engineering kindly agreed to provide a generous sponsorship package and it was agreed that the Club be known as Dunston UTS Football Club. The name of the ground has been changed from Federation Park to The UTS Stadium. The Club enjoyed a momentous season in 2011-2012 when finishing third in the Northern League and earning a visit to Wembley. After a memorable run in the FA Vase, the side went on to lift the trophy with a 2-0 victory over West Auckland Town. Over the years the club has always recognised that success on the field must be coupled with success and hard work behind the scenes. The efforts of the management committee and ground staff at The UTS Stadium have ensured that the ground is a credit to the club. Many of the back room staff at the club have been involved since in was founded in 1975, some as former players and others as management members on the playing side. It is a tribute to their commitment and hard work that the club has become one of the most successful and respected in the North East.
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Meet the visitors
AIDAN GRANT (Goalkeeper) An excellent young keeper who joined the Club at the start of the season after returning to the North East from the Peterborough area. Has thankfully signed a contract after finishing a stint at Evo-stik South League Club Corby Town. Aidan started his career at the Newcastle United Academy before moving on to Aston Villa, Peterborough United and Lincoln City. NIALL HARRISON (Goalkeeper) Transferred from Bishop Auckland at the start of the season to provide excellent competition in the vital position of goalkeeper. Niall has plenty of experience in the Northern League and will push for the number one shirt. MICHAEL PEARSON (Defender) Joined Dunston prior to the start of the 2015-16 season from Consett AFC. Previous Clubs include Hartlepool United, Blyth Spartans and South Shields. Player of the Year at the end of his first season. CALLUM ELLIOTT (Defender) Callum has tremendous potential to carve out a great career after coming to Dunston pre-season from Spennymoor Town. He has worked hard in training and produced some excellent performances in the warm-up games. He gained some very valuable experience at Huddersfield Town before his release. JAMES MARTIN (Defender) Another superb young defender who has shown great potential in pre-season. Very speedy left-back or midfielder who is always eager to get forward and support his strikers. Was recently released by Hartlepool United where he was included in the first team before sustaining a serious injury. DAN CAPEWELL (Defender) Dan is a very promising central defender who transferred to Dunston from Bedlington Terriers. He turned in some great defensive displays last season and much is expected of him this time around. MICHAEL HALL (Defender) Recent acquisition from Morpeth Town where he was a vital part of a solid defence. The big central defender brings experience and confidence to the heart of the back-line. BEN POLLOCK (Defender) The son of former Middlesbrough and Manchester City star Jamie, Ben follows in his fatherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s footsteps in that he is a strong and competitive player. After spells with Middlesbrough, Newcastle United and Hartlepool United, Ben has great experience for such a young player. DANIEL HALLIDAY (Defender) Strong young player in his fourth season with the Club, Dan has now established himself as an integral part of the defence. He is a product of the excellent Gateshead Academy and also gained valuable early Northern League experience at Birtley Town. JAKE STAFFORD (Midfield) Recently transferred from Consett AFC, Jake has made a very good impression in the pre-season build-up. A very hard-working player who can also fill in at right-back as well as supplement the strikers.
DALE BURRELL (Midfield) Has enjoyed an outstanding five seasons at the Club since signing from Consett AFC in 2012. An excellent all-round performer, Dale previously played for Newcastle Blue Star and Ryton & Crawcrook Albion. Club Captain. LIAM THEAR (Forward) Liam is starting his third season at the Club after completing a successful stint at the Gateshead Academy where he was highly rated. A very strong and tricky player who is starting to mature as he gains more Northern League experience. SCOTT HESLOP (Forward) Joined us from Chester-le-Street Town where his goal-scoring feats ensured their promotion to the Northern League First Division. Son of former Dunston stalwart Tony, he won the ENL Top Scorer and Young Player awards before transferring to Dunston last season. Club top-scorer in his first season. MARK FITZPATRICK (Forward) Prolific goal-scorer last season for near neighbours Whickham FC before joining Dunston at the start of this season. Mark is a grafter for the team and has previous experience at Tow Law Town and Ryton & Crawcrook Albion. KELVIN THEAR (Forward) Pacey and self-confident young striker who has recently transferred from Tow Law Town where he was highly rated after a very impressive first season in the Northern League. Joins his brother Liam in the Dunston playing squad. DAN LOWTHER (Forward) Recent acquisition who was at the Newcastle Academy last season. Dan is a very exciting prospect who has bags of pace and finishing ability. He shows a refreshing positive attitude and is keen to play a part alongside the other young players in Dunstonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s squad. LIAM MARRS Joined Dunston UTS.. 26th January 2018 Signed From Darlington 1883 (On Loan) His League Debut was 27th January 2018 v Whitley Bay (A) and his previous clubs were Sunderland AFC, Gillingham and Boston United MATTEO FAIOLA Joined Dunston 24th November 2017, his last club was Olympia Prague. He made his League Debut 9th December 2017 v Shildon (A) and his previous clubs were Bishop Auckland, Mosta (Malta Premier League) FC Locarno (Switzerland) CHRIS SWAILES (Manager) Appointed last season after the shock departure of the long serving Billy Irwin, Chris has boundless football experience. After a long professional career he played for Gateshead and Blyth Spartans before joining Dunston and was a lynchpin in the team that lifted the FA Vase in 2012. He then moved on to Morpeth Town where he guided them to more Wembley success, scoring in the Final victory over Hereford FC. CHRIS ERRINGTON (Goalkeeping Coach) Chris is an FA Goalkeeping Tutor who joins us from Hartlepool United Academy. He is a specialist full-time coach who came to the Club in July 2017 to supervise the keepers. IAN MURRAY (Sports Physiotharapist) The Club was delighted to welcome on board the services of a top-notch Therapist to replace Ryan Cameron when he was forced to leave due to demanding work commitments in the NHS. Ian was previously with Bishop Auckland, Carlise United and Celtic Nation and he fills this most vital position in the Club.
Juniors Chairman Karl Collinson A huge welcome to Frenchfield Park especially all players, parents, brother's and sisters from Penrith AFC Juniors. It's fantastic to see so many children down as I think it's so important for them to see that getting into the 1st team is a real possibility if they continue to put the work and dedication in. We're proud of being able to have produced a number of youngsters who are now at professional clubs and the club has never been so successful with teams across both boys and girls teams consistently playing in cup finals and challenging for league titles. This is the first 'Juniors Day' that we've hosted and it's the club's way of saying 'thank you' to everyone for all their hard work over the last few months regarding all the club events and fund raising that the juniors have been involved in. Hope you all enjoy your afternoon and fingers crossed that the Bonny Blues can pick up another 3 points.
Castletown Colts 0 Penrith Panthers 3 Report by Karl Collinson The Panthers went into this game looking at continuing their impressive displays against the older U14 teams whilst looking at picking up 3 valuable league points. Panthers enjoyed much possession early on with the influential Harvey Forster pulling the strings in the centre midfield role. Out wide Josh Harrison was putting in some quality deliveries and the energetic Callum Wills was keen for a goal. The breakthrough came after Forster dinked a ball over the top and Reon Morrison stretched to poke the ball into the bottom corner. Colts rarely looked dangerous as Leo Wallace and Finlay Awde were dealing with any threat with great confidence. Ben Dargue and Ed Wright at full backs were enjoying large spaces to push forward and Harry Dinsdale was winning every tackle in a man of the match performance. The Panthers should have doubled their lead soon after when the skillful Morrison danced through the Colts defence only to be brought down. Morrison dusted himself down and took the spot kick only for the Castletown goalkeeper to save superbly. The Colts 'keeper was at it again from a Wright free kick which was heading into the top corner only for the ball to be tipped wide. Panthers were awarded another penalty before half time when danger man Morrison was again brought down, this time Forster stepped up and made no mistake. The second half started similar with Penrith Panthers playing some lovely football and Harvey Reay in goal playing the sweeper role superbly as he orchestrated his defence. Wills, Ferguson, Forster, Jackson all came close to scoring but it was Morrison who scored a peach of a goal to make it final score
Penrith started the game on the front foot with James Atkinson creating a great goalscoring opportunity in the first couple of minutes. Some solid defending from the keswick centre back kept the score still level.
Penrith wolves 3- keswick reds 1. After extra time.
Penrith grew through the first half and created some good opportunities with top scorer Luke leanord coming close on a few occasions., but to be beaten by a resolute keswick keeper. At the break it was 0-0 but Keswick came on strong second half with some superb defending from man of the match Danny Lund keeping the visitors out. A fast move from the Blues midfield sent Luke Leanord through to score a great low effort in bottom corner. Keswick came back again and scored after some good pressure to level it at fulltime. Only one team turned up in extra time.The Blues fitness now showing. James Atkinson laid off to Luke Kemp to rifle home from 20 yards out. The cherry on the cake was a late rebound tucked away by Luke Kemp. A great team performance.
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The Run in and the Points Available 6th April 2018 Newton Aycliffe in 14th (A) Billingham Synthonia (H) Sunderland RCA (H) Jarrow Roofing BCA (A) Jarrow Roofing BCA (H) Whitley Bay (H) Consett (H) Seaham Red Star To play 8 - Points available 24 - Current have 41 - Maximum achievable 61 Ryhope CW in 15th with 41 points, probably wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t need too many from their last 11 matches but they have got some matches that could have an impact in the scrap between 14th and the bottom. They do have to play (A) Washington (A) Billingham Synthonia (A) Guisborough Town and Bishop Auckland To play 11 - Points available 33 - Currently have 41 - Maximum achievable 74 Seaham Red Star in 16th (A) Ashington (H) Guisborough (A) West Auckland (A) North Shields (H) West Auckland (A) Morpeth(H) Dunston UTS (H) Stockton Town. A) Newton Aycliffe (A) Marske United To play 10 - Points available 30 - Currently have 41 - Maximum achievable 71 Guisborough in 17th ( (A) Morpeth (A) Seaham Red Star (H) Shildon (H) Ryhope CW (A) Jarrow Roofing BCA (A) Sunderland RCA (A) Marske United (A) Dunston UTS H) Marske United To play 9 - Points available 27 - Currently have 38 - Maximum achievable 65 The Bonny Blues in 18th (H) Dunston UTS (A) Newcastle Benfield (A) North Shields (H) Billingham Synthonia (A) Billingham Synthonia (H) Stockton Town To play 6 - Points available 18 - Currently have 37 - Maximum achievable 55 Bishop Auckland in 19th (H) North Shields (H) Billingham Synthonia (H) Sunderland RCA (H) Whitley Bay (H) Marske United (A) Ryhope CW. (A) Dunston UTS (A) Sunderland RCA To play 8 - Points available 24 - Currently have 33 - Maximum achievable 57 Jarrow Roofing in 20th (H) West Auckland Town (A) Sunderland RCA (A) Newcastle Benfield (A) Newton Aycliffe (H) Newton Aycliffe (H) Guisborough Town (H) Team Northumbria (H) Newcastle Benfield (H) Stockton Town To play 9 - Points available 27 - Currently have 30 - Maximum achievable 57 Washington in 21st (A) Shildon (H) Ryhope CW (A) Consett (H) Marske United (H) Stockton (A) Town Dunston UTS To play 6 - Points available 18 - Currently have 18 - Maximum achievable 36 Billingham Synthonia in 22nd (H) Newton Aycliffe (A) Ryhope CW (A) Bishop Auckland (A) Whitley Bay (A) Penrith (A) North Shields (H) Penrith (A) Marske United (A) Team Northumbria (H) Ashington To play 10 - Points available 30 - Currently have 8 - Maximum achievable 38 Todays Fixtures in eNL1 Sat, 07/04/2018
Ashington Billingham Synthonia Bishop Auckland Jarrow Roofing BCA Morpeth Town Penrith Shildon Sunderland RCA Team Northumbria Washington Whitley Bay
Seaham Red Star Newton Aycliffe North Shields West Auckland Town Guisborough Town Dunston UTS Consett Newcastle Benfield Stockton Town Ryhope CW Marske United
Most memorable match and why? The FA Cup second qualifying round replay at Frenchfield Park against Scarborough Athletic, which Penrith won 4-3 on penalties, in 2013-14. But Boxing Day's game 6-1 league win against Bishop Auckland was special too! Favourite players - past and present? Present: Grant Davidson always gives 100 per cent - I'm a bit biased as he's my nephew! Past: Billy Williams - who's still giving the club per cent now! Name: Janice Sowerby.
Do you support another club?
Liverpool - You'll Never Walk Alone.
How long have you been supporting Penrith AFC?
Who is your favourite England player, past and present?
Past: David Beckham - not least for THAT goal against Greece Present: Harry Kane - let's hope he keeps this form up in the World Cup.
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31/03/2018 Ashington 0 Markse United 3 – Ebac Northern League Division One There’s at least one thing that can be said about recent games involving Markse – they’re not boring, and this was no exception. Three penalties. Two penalties saved. Two sendings off – one highly controversial. Apart from that….. The first and game-defining incident came in the 13th minute when Colliers left back Jay Hornsby made contact with James Fairley as they both ran for the ball in the box. Fairley tumbled over and referee David Carr awarded a controversial penalty and then added to the controversy by sending Hornsby off. Ashington – both on and off the pitch – were furious. Craig Gott scored from the spot. Up against 10 men, Markse didn’t have to play at full throttle for the rest of the game and were able to manage the game, dictate the pace and play within themselves. In the 35th minute they had a chance cleared off the line and two minutes later they were awarded a second penalty when Tony Stephenson handled the ball to stop a goal and was also shown a red card. There weren’t any complaints about that decision. Gott stepped up to take his second spot kick only to have it saved by Colliers keeper Conor Grant, diving to his left.Marske made it 2-0 when Andrew Stephenson passed it wide right to Fairley who rode one tackle and then pulled it back from the byline for Curtis Round who applied the finishing touch. And then in the closing minutes of the half Chay Liddle had a shot hit the post, with the ball falling to Fairley whose follow-up shot was saved by Grant on the goal-line. The second half was mostly a formality. Markse keeper Robert Dean was pretty much redundant for 99% of it, apart from saving an Ashington penalty in the 55th minute when Leon Carling fouled Damien Stevens in the box. Stevens took the spot kick and fired it straight down the middle, with Dean managing to get a foot to the ball to send it clear. The last goal came in the 58th minute when Fairley intercepted an Ashington pass, took it past a defender and placed his shot past Grant diving to his left.
Continued….. After that, the visitors had a slew of shots, but most of them off target. The Ashington players who were still on the pitch deserve a lot of credit. They didn’t throw the towel in, showed commendable application and kept of working with their backs against the wall. Playing Marske at the best of times is always going to be a tough test. To be down 10 men makes it an uphill task; down to nine makes it a mountain to climb just to keep the scoreline respectable. The Colliers at least achieved that. And finally, a quick word about the Ashington fans. They were obviously aggrieved at the first red card. By the time the second one came they started to celebrate and enjoy the adversity. Their song about the silent “R” in Marske was the most entertaining song of the season so far, I just can’t repeat it as some readers may be of a nervous/fragile disposition.
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Where We Stand
Division One Friday 6th April 2018 Pos Team
W D L
36 14 2 1
45 18 12 3 4
51 26 52
27 11 1 2
36 17 11 1 1
37 11 3 6
46 33 9
37 41 9
West Auckland Town
48 29 10 3 4
42 27 34
45 34 11 1 5
41 25 27
36 27 9
31 18 22
27 18 10 2 6
40 30 19
34 12 1 8
50 38 5
23 28 7
29 24 9
42 22 25
32 27 5
33 30 8
19 27 10 2 4
37 22 7
26 31 11 0 7
39 30 4
29 28 6
1 10 25 33 -7
24 27 3
20 23 -6
23 32 8
32 32 -9
Seaham Red Star
32 36 5
19 25 -10 41
28 32 4
32 41 -13 38
1 11 36 41 6
0 12 20 36 -21 37
30 37 3
2 13 25 51 -33 33
Jarrow Roofing BCA
23 37 5
1 12 35 49 -28 30
4 11 19 37 2
2 15 18 60 -60 18
3 13 11 52 0
3 12 6
Current Form Friday 6th April Pos 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
Team Newcastle Benfield Marske United Sunderland RCA Ryhope CW West Auckland Town Guisborough Town Shildon Stockton Town Dunston UTS Newton Aycliffe Ashington Penrith North Shields Morpeth Town Consett Seaham Red Star Jarrow Roofing BCA Bishop Auckland Team Northumbria Washington Billingham Synthonia Whitley Bay
P 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6
W 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 3 1 2 2 3 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
D 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0
L 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 2 2 0 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 2 2 2 3 3
F 8 5 7 9 12 2 6 13 3 3 6 13 13 3 9 4 4 1 1 4 3 3
A 2 1 2 6 5 4 3 10 5 1 6 4 14 3 11 9 4 6 7 8 16 11
W D L
W 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 0 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0
D 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
L 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 3 3 3 2 3
F 15 9 12 8 8 9 4 0 7 7 7 3 5 6 1 2 9 6 5 5 0 4
A 4 1 6 3 5 5 3 0 4 8 8 7 5 8 6 7 12 11 10 15 3 8
GD Pts 47
39 -74 9 GD 17 12 11 8 10 2 4 3 1 1 -1 5 -1 -2 -7 -10 -3 -10 -11 -14 -16 -12
Pts 18 16 15 13 12 11 10 10 10 10 10 9 7 7 7 6 4 3 3 3 1 0
Now booking Advertising and Sponsorships 2018 -19 Season In the next two weeks, the prices for next Season will be posted to all existing commercial supporters. Next Season we launch our countdown to the big 125 year as we head into 2019 (1894 – 2019). A new pricing structure for the ground advertising will include; premium and standard pitch side boards, internal and external fence advertising and other areas of the stadium. There will be affordable options to sponsor various parts of the match programme which include the existing and new reports. With the right support and funding, we have the potential to increase the pages in the programme to 48, the largest this season was 32, but we do have two home matches left! Following the trial of the New Community Match Day programme, which included sales in the town and for the first time it incorporated all aspects of our club and all its teams, we hope all our teams will agree to sell some programmes as they are included. This could generate £200-£300 per season per team.
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Been & Gone - Still to come
August Sat 5th Penrith v West Auckland 2–1 FAC ExPreRd Tue 8th Sunderland RCA v Penrith 2–1 League Sat 12th West Auckland v Penrith 5–1 League Wed 16th Penrith v Jarrow Roofing 1–2 League Sat 19th Penrith v Whitley Bay 1-1 FAC PreRd nd Tue 22 Whitley Bay v Penrith 3-1 FAC PreRd Sat 23rd Newton Aycliffe v Penrith 3–0 League Sat 30th Bishop Auckland v Penrith 3–2 League September Sat 2nd Penrith v Guisborough Town 4 – 1 League Sat 6th Penrith v Seaham Red Star 0–3 League Sat 9th Esh Winning v Penrith 0–2 FAV 1st QR th Tue 12 Penrith v Newcastle Benfield 2 – 1 League Sat 16th Markse United v Penrith 2-0 League Tue 19th Whitley Bay v Penrith 2-0 League Sat 23rd Tow Law Town v Penrith 5–1 FAV 2nd QR Sat 30th Penrith v Ryhope CW 3–5 League October Tue 3rd Ashington v Penrith 4-1 League Sat 7th Washington v Penrith 1–2 League Sat 14th Penrith v Morpeth Town 0–6 League Mon 16th Team Northumbria v Penrith 2–0 League Wed 18th Penrith v Crown Laithes 4–0 CS Cup 2nd Rd st Sat 21 Penrith v Newton Aycliffe 2–3 League Sat 28th Penrith v Consett 2–3 League November Wed 1st Penrith v Shildon 0-4 League th Sat 4 Cockermouth v Penrith 0-3 CS Cup 3rd Rd th Tue 7 Ryhope CW v Penrith 0-1 League Sat 11th Consett v Penrith 3-0 League Wed 15th Jarrow v Penrith 1-4 L Cup 2nd Rd th Sat 18 Dunston v Penrith 0-2 League Sat 25th Penrith v North Shields 0-3 League December Sat 23rd Penrith v Ashington 1-1 League Tue 26th Penrith v Bishop Auckland 6-1 League Sat 30th Guisborough Town v Penrith 1-2 League January Sat 6th Seaham Red Star v Penrith 0-2 League Tue 9th Jarrow Roofing v Penrith 0-3 League Sat 13th Penrith v West Auckland 1-2 League Wed 24th Penrith v Sunderland RCA 1-2 League Tue 30th Whitley Bay v Penrith 0 - 0 (3 -4 Pen) L Cup 3rd Rd February Sat 10th Morpeth Town v Penrith 1-0 League Sat 17th Stockton Town v Penrith 4-2 League Wed 21st Penrith v Windscale 7-0 CS Cup QF Sat 24th Shildon v Penrith 3-1 League March Thu 8th Penrith v Marske United 0-2 League Sat 10th Penrith v Team Northumbria 3-0 League Wed 14th Penrith v Netherhall 1-0 CS Cup SF Wed 21st Penrith v Bishop Auckland 1-2 L Cup QF Sat 24th Penrith v Whitley Bay 3-1 League Sat 31st Penrith v Washington 7-1 League April H Sat 7th K/O 3.00pm Dunston UTS League A Wed 11th K/O 7.45pm Newcastle Benfield League A Sat 14th K/O 3.00pm North Shields League st H Sat 21 K/O 3.00pm Billingham Synthonia League A Wed 25th K/O 7.45pm Billingham Synthonia League H Sat 28th K/O 3.00pm Stockton Town League PROVISIONAL DATE CUMBERLAND SENIOR CUP FINAL TUESDAY 8TH MAY 2018