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1:30pm Saturday 21st September 2013 ALEX BURNESS PLATE V

New Marske

JACK HATFIELD SPORTS TEESSIDE LEAGUE

A CHARTER STANDARD DEVELOPMENT CLUB


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Our performance against New Marske was much improved. Our football was good and our attitude was good…. Well up until the last 5 minutes. We need to take the positives out of the performance; our passing, defending, general build up play and the fact that we did it for 85 minutes, something we have not been able to do so far. The negatives we have to learn from; we need to convert the chances we create, we need to stay switched on for the full 90 minutes and we need to think about the game situation…. A good example is conceding on 89 minutes and then straight from the kick off….. The ball should have gone into the opposition corner and we then box them in and see the game out. The turn out was great ( even if a few were a bit late) and it makes it hard to pick the team on the day but we have seen over the past few months why we need a squad… injuries, people working and suspensions. The lads on the side were a credit to t themselves and to the squad… no moaning, just positive and supportive… spot on fellas. We now need to take this into today’s cup game against Kader and put right the 00-5 result of a couple of weeks ago

COME ON TOWN!!!!

Follow The Intermediates @ www.clubwebsite.co.uk/billinghamtownjuniors/133926/Home @BillyTownIntFC

Today we welcome the players, officials and supporters of Kader FC for today’s game. We also extend a warm welcome to today’s match officials : Referee : T Readman Asst : P Wishart Asst: G Turnbull We hope you enjoy your visit to Northfieild and will join us in The Whitehouse after the game refreshments.


2010 / 2011 The Intermediates founded when former U18 manager and BTJFC Secretary Peter Cooper and John Swanson came together to put together an adult team for the junior section. Both agreed that the Teesside league would be a good challenge and both had the same vision, to have a team where the players from the junior section could stay with the club once they had finished their junior football. The first season proved difficult on many levels; 42 players coming and going, organising a strip and pitches and most significantly the devastating death of Peter in October 2010. Ian Murray then the U18 manager joined the management team. A difficult season saw only 1 win in29 games... but the basis of a squad to go into the next season, and true to the philosophy that Peter had held, the majority had been former Junior players. 2011 / 2012 With a core of lads from the previous season and some of Ian's former U18 lads, the season looked to be full of promise, however the step up for the new lads and trying to gel the squads together saw the season start off where it finished the previous season, winless, however the results were encouraging. Once the team had it's first win under it's belt it went on an unbeaten run of 8 games. With the odd win/draw towards the end of the season...the results did not reflect the performances. The team had now started to develop a style of it's own, playing some attractive football, the highlight of the season had to be away to Northallerton Academy 22-0 down at half time, Town outplayed Northallerton to win 33-2 playing some great football, showing great character and both starting and finishing with10 former Junior players... the foundation well and truly in place. Thanks to the hard work of Ian The team got new strips through a sponsorship agreement with RA DALTON. whose support is still much appreciated. 2012 / 2013 A more settled squad started the season playing a good style of football however a string of long term injuries to key players disrupted the season. Again the squad struggled for points and goals but the last 9 games of the season saw a more settled 2--1 win at team start to play the football it promised early on. The highlight being the 2 Lingdale the first team to defeat champions (1 of only 2 clubs to do it) The season again saw progress both on and off the pitch with the addition to the coaching staff of goalkeeping coach Peter Laverick. The squad has 25 former junior players out of the 32 signed on continuing the philosophy that the team was set up to fulfil 2013 / 2014 We start the season at a new ground, Northfield sportsdrome and now have the support of the Whitehouse Pub who provide after match refreshments and have also paid for our pitch fees‌‌ Massive thanks !!!


Over the last 3 years we have entered the Durham County Trophy and have used these games to spread the word about what BTJFC are about and to make new “friends”. This year our friendlies were against 2 teams we has played in the cup in WASHINGTON AGED PEOPLES TROPHY COXHOE UNITED 0 V 3 After an early goal from Wingate the first half was pretty even and stayed 1-0 until half time. Coxhoe struggled to get out of the blocks again in the second half and Wingate bagged another to make it 2-0. Wingate then won a penalty late on to seal the win. Final score 3-0

New Fordley 0 St Josephs 3 A trip to New Fordley in the Combination Cup was our 2nd cup game of the season with a very hard game expected . Although our hosts had a few players missing we can only play what's on the park. Ten minutes in and we got off to a great start when Damien Stevens crossed for Tony Smith to bury an unstoppable header past the keeper. That was about it from a lacklustre first half performance. Manager Mark Pae gave a half time blast to his players and rightly so. The second half was a bit better with another 2 goals coming first from another Tony Smith header then a sweet strike from leading scorer Damien Stevenson 75 mins made the result safe.

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Andy Martin (Goalkeeper) A good shot stopper, good in the air with good distribution former Billingham Town Junior

Robson Leonard (Goalkeeper) Confident youngster, great shot stopper current U18 Billingham Town Junior

Chris Cotterell (Centre Half/ Centre forward) Strong in the air, great feet and strong all round game former Billingham Town Junior

Kyle Bezance (Centre Half/ left Back) Strong in the air, quick across the ground Bez gets better every season, solid performer

Jack O’Brien (Full Back) Plays either right or left, deceptively strong and quick Jack has good technique to back this up

Ben Murray (Full Back) composed, quiet youngster with a big smile, big hair and big heart current U18 Billingham Town Junior

Andy Jowett (Centre Half, Midfielder, Goalkeeper, forward , bench warmer) good technique, massive commitment ex Coxhoe

Yacouba Traore (Right Back) Tough tackling hard working Ivorian defender. Always plays with a smile on his face

Matty Murray (Defender) Top quality defender can play anywhere across the back four but not across the half way line.FormerBillingham Town Junior

Richie Cooper (Centre half/ left back) composed player with a great head and touch, settled in ffortlessly currnet U18Billingham Town Junior

Mark Brocklesby(Midfield) Club Captain.Hard working tough tackling powerhouse, leads by example former Billingham Town Junior

Tom Patrick (Centre Half) Likes to get on the ball, good in the air, very strong. Former Billingham Town Junior

Neil Greaves (Midfield/ Defender) A hard working, quick learning committed player. Great addition to the squad

Jack Bennetts (Midfield) good touch, vision and ability, strong all round game. Current U18 Billingham Town Junior


Jonny Bullock.. (Midfield) Settling in very quickly , two good feet and very positive on the ball former Billingham Town Junior

Nathan Bayes (Midfield) 1st season with the Team great enthusiasm and engine former Billingham Town Junior Dan Lapping (Midfield) Good engine and attitude to match. Learning quickly with every game he plays. One of the fittest in the squad

Stuart Hawksby (Midfield) Good engine and likes to get forward with the ball. Change of job will mean more pitch time. Nathan Watson (Midfield) Quality touch and a great pair of lungs, always looking to get on the ball former Billingham Town Junior

Reece Lenham (Forward) Energetic fast player who has an eye for a pass and for goal current U18 Billingham Town Junior

Dave Rowney (Midfield) Hard working and strong on the ball, good technique and burst of pace. former Billingham Town Junior

Shaun Laverick (Forward) Composed player with a great touch. A determined attitude, never gives up. Ex Coxhoe

Chris Swanson (Forward) Good eye for a pass and generally a good touch. Progressing with time on the pitch former Billingham Town Junior

Ian Cookland (Forward) Strong in the air and on the ground. Quick feet and a few tricks. Hardworking former Billingham Town Junior

Andy Rowney (Forward) Pacey, skillfull player with an eye for goal. Recovering from a triple leg break Former Billingham Town Junior

Nathan Steel ( Defender)

Chris Atkinson (Forward)


Greavsey Who’s the best player you’ve played against? David Wheater Favourite Professional? Jonny Woodgate, Retired Paul Scholes + Juninho Favourite Team? Middlesbrough Your Favourite Town moment? Doing the double over Northallerton in my 1st season Who’s the best trainer? Brock The worst trainer? Muzz, turns up late for the warm up and only lives round the corner Best dressed? Lav Worst dressed? Swanny Funniest?

Andy Martin

Most intelligent? No one cos none of us follow simple instructions hahahahah Biggest Drinker? Dave Rowney Ladies man? Yacouba Traoure.... Lav take some notes on how he does it haha Biggest moaner? Andy Martin has taken over from Brock, Its close between them two though Longest in the shower? Well it has to be me as i'm the only one who has a shower haha

1) Which 7 current Premier League clubs have yet to have players capped by Roy Hodgson? 2) Which 6 Manchester United players at the time featured in the 2010 World Cup Finals? 3) Which four English Managers have won the most English Domestic Trophies? 4)Which three England players have scored two full international goals each against Moldova? 5)Who Who is the only 20132009--10 2013-14 Hull City player who was also with the club in 2009

Follow The Intermediates @ www.clubwebsite.co.uk/billinghamtownjuniors/133926/Home @BillyTownIntFC


P

W

D

L

F

A

GD Pts

Guisborough

8

7

1

0

30

6

24

22

Stockton West End

8

6

0

2

39

15

24

18

Thirsk Falcons

6

5

0

1

27

6

21

15

Billingham Synthonia

8

5

0

3

20

17

3

15

New Marske

8

4

1

3

19

21

-2

13

Loftus Athletic

7

3

1

3

30

17

13

10

Cargo Fleet AFC

5

3

1

1

14

9

5

10

Richmond Town Reserves

6

3

0

3

12

14

-2

9

St Mary's College

6

1

2

3

9

19

-10

5

Kader Fc

7

1

1

5

10

18

-8

4

Yarm

5

1

1

3

5

13

-8

4

Billingham Town Intermediates

7

1

0

6

12

24

-12

3

Billingham Athletic

7

0

0

7

4

52

-48

0

It Was League cup weekend

AGE

HOME

AWAY

BTJFC SCORER

u10

Billingham Town

1

Stockton Town

2 Henderson

u11

Wynyard Village

3

Billingham Town

1 Linnon

u11 Lions Middleton Rangers

9

Billingham Town

0

u14

Eaglescliffe

1

Billingham Town

3 Lavender 2

u15

Stokesley FA

3

Billingham Town

2 James, Kett

u16

New Marske

2

Billingham Town

3 Liddle 2, Mudd

u18

Billingham Town

2

Grangetown FC

4 Chan, Lenham

Ladies

Bishop Auckland`

1

Billingham Town

5 Not known


Player

Position

APP SUB ASS GLS YEL RED

Andy Jowett

Defender

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

Andy Martin

Goalkeeper

6

0

0

0

0

0

0

Andy Rowney

Midfield/Forward

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Ben Murray

Defender

2

1

0

0

0

0

0

Brad Thackery

Midfield

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

Chris Swanson

Midfield

8

3

0

2

0

0

0

Chris Atkinson

Forward

1

0

1

2

0

0

0

Chris Cottrell

Forward

4

0

0

0

0

1

1

Danny Lapping

Midfield

6

3

0

0

0

0

0

Dave Rowney

Midfield/Forward

9

1

0

0

0

0

0

Ian Cookland

Forward

9

0

0

7

0

0

1

Jack Bennetts

Midfield

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

Jack O'Brien

Defender

6

0

0

0

0

0

0

Jonny Bullock

Midfield

4

4

0

0

0

0

0

Kyle Bezance

Left Back

10

0

0

0

0

0

1

Marc Brocklesby

Midfield

11

0

2

0

0

0

3

Mathew Murray

Full Back

7

0

1

0

1

0

2

Nathan Bayes

Midfield

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

Nathan Steel

Defender

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

Nathan Watson

Midfield

10

1

3

2

1

0

1

Neil Greaves

Midfield

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

Reece Lenham

Midfield/ Forward

4

2

0

1

0

0

0

Richie Cooper

Defender

6

0

0

0

1

0

0

Robson Leonard

Goalkeeper

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

Ryan Chan

Forward/Midfield

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

Shaun Laverick

Midfield/ Forward

11

0

3

2

0

0

1

Stuart Hawksby

Midfield/Forward

7

2

0

0

0

0

0

Tom Patrick

Defender

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

Yacouba Traore

Defender

9

1

0

0

1

0

2

The Intermediates are the senior team for Billingham Town Juniors FC. We would like to thank the Junior section for their continued support. This year we have 19 junior/ex junior members in the squad

www.clubwebsite.co.uk/billinghamtownjuniors


Thank you to our strip sponsors RA DALTON A family run business based in the North East of England they have undertaken have many years experience in the installation of sewage treatment systems..

projects across the UK and

We offer the design, Environment Agency approval, supply, Installation, servicing and maintenance of many products.

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14th

September

New Marske

2pm

Home

21st

September

Kader Alex Burness Plate)

1.30pm

Home

28th

September

Cargo Fleet

2pm

Home

5th

October

1:30pm

Home

12th

October

Richmond Town Reserves

2pm

Away

18th

October

Casino & Music night

7pm

Swan

26th

October

Loftus Athletic

2pm

Home

Gateshesd Redheaugh 1957 Durham Trophy Preliminary Round

Another of our fantastic Evenings has now been confirmed. We will be hosting a Fun Casino evening, this will consist of 6 different casino games along with a Superb Solo Singer to make sure the Evening once again ends on a high. These events are much needed for our club and are always well supported so please confirm your place asap. Ticket price of £12 includes £50 of Casino chips along with Pie & Pea Super. Prize for the most Chips earned on the Evening

1)

Aston Villa, Cardiff City, Fulham, Hull City, Newcastle United, Sunderland and Swansea City

2)

Rooney, Carrick, Evra, Park Ji-Sung, Nani and Vidić

3)

Paisley (6 Leagues, 3 League Cups = 9),Chapman (5 Leagues, 2 FA Cups = 7),Clough (2 Leagues, 4 League Cups = 6) and Nicholson (1 League, 3 FA Cups, 2 League Cups = 6

4)

Paul Gascoigne (1996 & 1997), Ian Wright (1997) and Frank Lampard (2012)

5)

Irish defender Paul McShane

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