Penrith AFC v Crown Newlaithes Matchday Programme Wednesday 18th October 2017 Issue No 108

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Welcome to Frenchfield

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A good evening and a warm welcome to our visitors, Crown Newlaithes for this re-arranged Cumberland Cup 2nd Round draw and to all those who have made the journey to the Frenchfield Park tonight. No one wants to write a senior match report it seems from Saturday, or Monday night which says a lot really, however, that aside I’m committed from our friendly with Carlisle United in pre season until our last match of the season to make sure standards don’t slip, so thank you for buying this match day programme of which all funds go to the club. Meanwhile, tonight’s match, it’s a Cup Competition that is quite simply run by the Cumberland FA to all those affiliated with it. It is an open door to anyone who wants to have a go and I believe Crown Newlaithes will do just that! I have pulled out a few happy memories of the Cumberland Cup going back as far as the first time we had our hands on the silver back in 1947. On the roller coaster of football, it wasn’t that long ago that we were in the final of 2016/17 at Brunton Park against Workington and those two words ‘extra time’ and the 118th minute saw the Reds score their 2nd goal, which meant we

had come so close. Well blessed and pleased will many be to see that Carlisle United have either Workington or Whitehaven in the next round. So here we are starting again on the Cumberland Cup journey. My thanks to John France for the front cover and our ‘people shot’ on Saturday, afternoon. Pulling hair out was maybe, one way of dealing with the result! Enjoy the match and have a safe journey home. Come on you Bonny Blues!!! Lee Quinn Programme Editor Don’t forget we go again this Saturday at 3pm Newton Aycliffe.

In Tonights Programme

Crown Newlaithes Cumberland Cup Draws Today’s Team Sheet Div One Table & Results Penrith Ladies Report Next Up fixtures

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A BRIEF HISTORY CROWN NEWLAITHES F.C.

Welcome to the Visitors

The Club was founded in 1994 after a school training session attracted lots of children, suggesting there was scope for a team at under 10 level. Initially we played at Newlaithes School, in the Carlisle Youth Under 12 League. The following season, when we moved up to Under 14, we changed grounds to Richardson Street to accommodate pitch size Between the years 1994 – 1998 we developed new Boys teams ranging from Under 10’s to Under 16’s. In 1998 Newlaithes merged with another local football club called C.M.B. to form C.M.B. Newlaithes, this giving us scope to branch out and develop all areas of the Football Club with C.M.B. who were already the owners of our present football ground, RICKERBY PARK, which now, after extensive work by our grounds staff, boasts 4 Junior and 2 Full Size football pitches. Every year we hold our own Festival of Football at our ground in Rickerby Park, held over a full weekend, there is a seperate Tournament Day each for Girls Teams & Boys Teams. Over 1000 Children of all ages, participate in these tournaments making it one of the most successful tournaments in Cumbria, if not the North of England. In 2003 C.M.B. Newlaithes were awarded the F.A. Charter Standard Community Club Award, which we are very proud to be holders of, which shows the Professionalism & Dedication of all our Members & Coaching staff. In 2007 Crown Newlaithes were awarded the North East Charter Standard Community Football Club of the year. To date we are now running seventeen teams, which consist of 10 Boys Teams ranging from Under 7′s to Senior Level, & the Girls Section, which consists of 7 teams ranging from Under 10′s to Under 16′s. Not forgetting the Coaching Staff, which stands at well over 30 F.A. Qualified Coaches and is still developing as we speak! Our Senior team was set up this year by David Barnes and Tom Friend with the support from our chairman Jim Hunter. The team is set up for the clubs under 18s to come through this year and mainly next year when they finish Junior football. The club has entered into the Cumberland county league. The club previously had a county winning Sunday team and a successful ladies team In 2006 the C.M.B. Group changed their company name to Crown


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Cumberland Cup Update

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Cumberland Cup Round 3 21. 04/11/17 13:30

Winner of Tie 17

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Cleator Moor Celtic 1st

22. 04/11/17 13:30

Aspatria First

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Carlisle City 1st

23. 11/11/17 13:30

Eden Thistle First

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Workington Athletic 1st

24. 04/11/17 13:30

Wetheriggs United First

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Winner of Tie 10

25. 04/11/17 13:30

Winner of Tie 20

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Winner of Tie 9

26. 04/11/17 13:30

Cockermouth First

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Winner of Tie 8

27. 04/11/17 13:30

Pirelli First

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Alston Moor Sports Club 1st

28. 04/11/17 13:30

Carlisle United First

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Winner of Tie 14


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Cumberland Cup Round 2 Playing tonight Tie No 8 Crown Newlaithes v Penrith AFC Tie No 1 Windscale v Carleton Banks Tie No 14 Workington Reds v Whitehaven AFC Playing Saturday 21st October Tie No 17 Braithwaite v Whitehaven Miners Tie No 10 Netherhall v Castletown Tie No 9 Northbank v Gosforth




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Where We Stand

Pos Team

W h e r e w e s t a n d

P W D L F A W D L F A GD Pts

1

Morpeth Town

16 7 2 0 28

9 5 1 1 21

8 32 39

2

Marske United

14 6 1 1 20 10 5 0 1 17

5 22 34

3

North Shields

17 4 0 3 15 10 7 1 2 23 13 15 34

4

Dunston UTS

15 4 0 3 13 12 6 1 1 21

5

West Auckland Town

16 2 3 2 21 13 6 1 2 27 16 19 28

6

Consett

15 3 2 2 14 11 5 0 3 16 13

7

Shildon

12 1 4 1

8

Sunderland RCA

14 4 2 2 16 10 3 0 3 11 12

5 23

9

Seaham Red Star

14 3 0 5 10 15 4 1 1 14

6

3 22

10

Ryhope CW

13 2 0 2

6 9 5 1 3 17 19

-5 22

11

Ashington

14 3 0 3 14

8 2 5 1 13 11

8 20

12

Whitley Bay

12 3 2 1 14

6 3 0 3 11 12

7 20

13

Team Northumbria

14 4 0 3 10

8 2 1 4 9 11

0 19

14

Stockton Town

16 4 0 5 19 18 2 1 4 14 17

-2 19

15

Newcastle Benfield

12 2 0 3 11 13 2 2 3 16 15

-1 14

16

Jarrow Roofing BCA

14 1 1 5

17

Newton Aycliffe

15 2 2 4 12 18 1 2 4 5

18

Bishop Auckland

14 3 0 6 16 26 1 1 3 4 15 -21 13

19

Guisborough Town

13 2 1 4 13 15 1 1 4 12 25 -15 11

20

Penrith

15 2 0 4 10 18 1 0 8 7 24 -25

9

21

Washington

14 1 3 4

7 12 0 2 4 4 17 -18

8

22

Billingham Synthonia

15 0 1 7

7 26 0 2 5 1 17 -35

3

9 7 6 0 0 18

8 14 31

6 26

5 15 25

7 19 3 1 3 12 15 -15 14 8

-9 13

Other matches Tonight Crown Newlaithes Guisborough Town Shildon

Penrith Whitley Bay Bishop Auckland

Cumberland Senior Cup eNL1 eNL1



Back to Southend Road

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A youthful Penrith AFC Ladies front line produced an exciting attacking performance full of pace and clinical finishing as they defeated local rivals Workington Reds Ladies Penrith AFC Ladies 6 Workington Reds Ladies 0 Penrith lined up without top scorer Nat Broad who was unwell. This opened the door for youngster Becca Alderson to step up from the clubs Development team and show what she could offer in the central striking role. She quickly obliged firing Penrith into the lead in only the 2nd minute. The Full report is in Saturdays Programme but for now North West Womens League : Argyle League Cup Preview Penrith AFC Ladies face a daunting task in the first round of this seasons Argyle League Cup when they travel to current Cup holders FC United of Manchester. FC United are one of the most ambitious clubs in the Womens game at present and have assembled a high quality squad of young talented players from the Greater Manchester area. So far this season they top their league table with an 100% record and a +47 goal difference. The Match is to be played at FC United’s new Broadhurst Park Stadium (Capacity 4400) and the FC United’s womens team has a phenomenal following and always get 3 figure crowds of supporters for their games. Penrith Manager Simon Savage said “It’s a little daunting but exciting at the same time. We know it’s going to be tough but we play football exactly for games like this when we can test ourselves against the top teams. As always, we will prepare well and give it 100%. It’s just amazing that a small town club like Penrith AFC Ladies can even compete with a massive club like FC United”. A Small town club like Penrith AFC Ladies can even compete with a massive club like FC United”.

JP Smith Photography ©


JP Smith Photography ©


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K/O 7.30pm Crown Newlaithes Cumberland Cup 2nd Rd K/O 3.00pm Newton Aycliffe League K/O 3.00pm Consett League K/O 7.45pm Shildon K/O 3.00pm Stockton Town K/O 7.45pm Ryhope CW K/O 3.00pm Whitley Bay K/O 3.00pm Dunston US K/O 3.00pm North Shields

League League League League League League

K/O 3.00pm Billingham Synthonia K/O 3.00pm Sunderland RCA K/O 3.00pm Jarrow Roofing K/O 3.00pm Ashington K/O TBC Bishop Auckland K/O 3.00pm Guisborough Town

League League League League League League

K/O 3.00pm Seaham Red Star League K/O 3.00pm West Auckland League K/O 3.00pm Newcastle Benfield League