Spartans’ under-18s fought back from a goal down at half-time to secure a place in the second qualifying round of the FA Youth Cup on Wednesday evening against Stockton Town at Croft Park.
To celebrate the hard work of our staff and volunteers at Blyth Spartans, this new series gives the dedicated individuals of our football club a platform to talk about their roles. Phil Castiaux spoke to Club Physio Oscar Peverley about recently joining the club, graduating from university, and how he got his position at Blyth Spartans.
Playwright Ed Waugh, whose work includes the self-penned national hits Wor Bella, Carrying David and Hadaway Harry as well as the co-written international hits Dirty Dusting and Waiting For Gateaux, will be talking about his two decades in the theatre world at Blyth Library on Monday 9th October at 6pm.
Congratulations to Steve Nendick who is the winner of the “One in a Thousand £100 Draw” – drawn as number 455!
Andy Blyth, from Brisbane, Australia, contacted the Club at the end of July to notify us that he would be visiting the UK in August and would be in and around the North East area wanting to take in some non-league action – whether it be a training session or fixture.
Due to unforeseen circumstances and circumstances out of our control, there will be no catering van at either end of the ground for tomorrow’s Bank Holiday Monday fixture against Spennymoor Town at Croft Park.
Blyth Spartans is pleased to announce that Daniel Patterson and Dan Holmes have now been appointed as the Club’s official PA announcers.