Guisborough are now relying on a reprieve from the FA after they finished third bottom in the ENL first division when they were beaten 3-2 at home by champions South Shields on Saturday.
WE Shildon lads have a strange but abiding affection for the Prince of Wales tunnel: none other had a black hole, we supposed, at least not this side of Calcutta.
GRAYDON (nee McKim) April 21, peacefully in hospital with family at her side, Edith May of West Auckland, formerly Witton Park, aged 81 years. A loving and much loved mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, also a very dear sister, aunt and good…
Madge Stamp was right, her view now unobstructed. As Billingham Synthonia’s tea hut supremo supposed in last week’s column, the Synners’ now-endangered cantilever stand really is Britain’s oldest and may well have been the first ever.
BLAYDON ensured their National One survival fight will go to the final game away to Old Albanians next Saturday when they won 40-24 at home to Rosslyn Park.
West Auckland caretaker manager Mark Hudson admitted that he was very pleased after his side picked up a vital three points with a 1-0 win at Newcastle Benfield on Saturday.
West Auckland are looking for a new manager following the resignation tonight of Steve Skinner after five months in charge.
West Auckland have announced that former Shildon manager Gary Forrest will be their new manager.
South Shields are on their way to the Northern League title after beating North Shields in the cross-Tyne derby with a goal by David Foley on Saturday.