• Report | Quickfire Spartans outlast Brakes
  • Club Statement | Spartans “overwhelmed” by support
  • Match Preview | Darlington
  • Louis Laing | We matched Leyton Orient
  • Club Statement | The Future of Blyth Spartans

Report | Quickfire Spartans outlast Brakes

By Stuart Dick In association with: ALAN McLEAN FCMA CGMA Chartered Management Accountant National League North   Saturday, February 16, 2019 Leamington 1-2 Blyth Spartans Two goals in the opening seven minutes secured a vital three points for Blyth Spartans on a day where the opposition were awarded two penalties Kieran Green’s second minute strike was doubled five minutes later by Dan Maguire as Spartans took an early two goal…

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News | EGM Reminder

Further to letters and emails sent to shareholders in early January and notification in the local press in February this is a reminder that the Club’s Extraordinary  General Meeting (EGM) will take place at 7.30 pm in the Social Club on Thursday 28th February. The main item on the agenda will be the adoption of new Articles of Association replacing the existing ones that are based on the 1929 Companies…

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Darlington | Sponsors

Once again the sponsors lounge was full for the visit of Darlington last Saturday. The sponsors for the game included long time Blyth Spartans supporter Stuart Ferguson – along with his son Scott. Stuart is involved with Lubbers Transport UK. Fergy Space and Fergusons Removals were also in the sponsors lounge with Bryan Hobkirk attending the fixture. There was also Paul Norvell from F Southern Ltd who were the match sponsors on…

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Club Statement | Spartans “overwhelmed” by support

“Blyth Spartans is overwhelmed by the response to the recent request for increased support, Saturday’s game against Darlington saw around 450 additional home supporters above the average gate. “The club would like to thank all that made the effort for their support and commitment, if this can be maintained it will without doubt help sustain the football club at an appropriate level in the pyramid and provide a positive foundation…

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Match Report | Spartans Pay the Penalty for Poor Performance

By Liam O’Brien In association with: ALAN McLEAN FCMA CGMA Chartered Management Accountant Vanarama National League North Saturday February 9th 2019   Blyth Spartans 0-1 Darlington Stephen Thompson’s controversial 34th minute penalty condemned Blyth Spartans to their fourth consecutive defeat in all competitions. Jordan Watson was adjudged to have fouled Jordan Nicholson in the penalty area, Thompson stepping up to send Peter Jameson the wrong way. Five minutes from time…

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Report | Youthful Spartans succumb to NUFC U23’s

Blyth Spartans have exited the Northumberland Senior Cup after a 7-2 defeat at the hands a strong Newcastle United U23s side. Bradley Skirpan, Louis Hodgeson and Joe Shepherd made their Blyth debuts in the starting XI, with Peter Murray earning his from the bench. Andrew Murray and Callum Uddgren also featured from the Blyth Spartans reserve team, while club physio Chris Bell got a surprise run-out at left-back. Bradley Fewster…

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Match Preview | Darlington

VANARAMA NATIONAL LEAGUE NORTH Venue: Croft Park, Blyth Date: Saturday 9th February 2019 Kick Off: 3.00pm SCORE UPDATES / MATCH COMMENTARY Twitter Blyth Live ADMISSION Adults – £12 Concessions – £7 11-16’s – £5 Under 10’s – FREE with a paying Adult £2 Stand Transfer Applies Reciprocal Season Tickets | Ashington & North Shields NOTE | Segregation will be in place, Darlington fans are asked to enter at the Plessey Road…

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Match Preview | Youthful Spartans face Magpies test

NORTHUMBERLAND SENIOR CUP QUARTER-FINAL   Venue: Whitley Park, Newcastle Date: Tuesday February 5 2019 Kick Off: 7.30pm   SCORE UPDATES / MATCH COMMENTARY Blyth Live   ADMISSION Adults – £4 Concessions – £2   After a bruising encounter against Leyton Orient on Saturday afternoon, Blyth Spartans return to action in the Northumberland Senior Cup to take on Newcastle United U23’s. Alun Armstrong will rest the entire starting XI who played…

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Louis Laing | We matched Leyton Orient

Louis Laing felt Blyth Spartans matched National League leaders Leyton Orient in their late FA Trophy defeat on Saturday. Spartans were six minutes away from setting up a replay with The O’s on Tuesday evening before Jamie Turley inflicted a cruel blow on Alun Armstrong’s men. It came in front of the excellent 289-strong travelling supporters at the Breyer Group Stadium, who showed their appreciation for Blyth’s tireless efforts at…

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