Elvis at Croft Park?

In fact there will be 14 Elvis’s (The Memphis Spartans) at Croft Park tomorrow when we play Northwich Victoria. It is Mark Wilkinson’s stag party; “Head Elvis” Mark (of Coventry Spartans) is our main match sponsor on the day. We are sure that they will have a great weekend in the Northeast, and all at Blyth Spartans wish Mark and his betrothed all the best for the future.

5th March 2010
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Conference Communication – Statement Weymouth FC

The Football Conference confirms the following has been posted on the official web-site of Weymouth Football Club and the club has informed the Football Conference of the content. The Conference awaits further communication from the club regarding its on-going trading position with all its creditors in compliance with Conference Rules 2.11, 11 and 14. Press Statement from Weymouth FC Over the last two and half months we have been servicing…

5th March 2010
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Workington 3 Blyth Spartans 1 (Merit Marks)

Detailed below are the marks for the Workington v Blyth Spartans match played on Tuesday 2 March 2010. The merit marks were awarded by Martin Hunter. Team 1. Mark Bell – 7/10 2. Stephen Foster – 6/10 3. John Brackstone – 6/10 4. Guy Bates – 7/10 (Star Man) 5. Gareth Williams – 6/10 6. Richard Pell – 6/10 7. Neal Hooks – 6/10 8. Stephen Turnbull – 6/10 9….

3rd March 2010
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Workington 3 Blyth Spartans 1 (Journal’s Match Report)

Despite reducing a two-goal deficit midway through the second half, Blyth conceded a late third goal to Workington Town in last night’s Blue Square North game. Manager Mick Tait handed a debut to Stephen Foster, signed from Darlington, but Darren Craddock was ruled out with a foot injury, Michael Tait through illness and Stephen Harrison, in the middle of a three-match ban, was also absent. The Reds made the early…

3rd March 2010
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Exec Committee Meeting (1 March 2010)

MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE HELD ON MONDAY 1st of MARCH 2010 Present; A Platten, K Scott, I Evans, C Baxter, G Young, A Bowron & R Harding. Apologies; S Ord, I Hertwick, M Hunter & J Wilkinson Guest; A Seghini. 1. MINUTES OF LAST MEETING. a) The minutes of the last meeting (15.02.10) were approved. 2. MATTERS ARISING. a) There was nothing further to report with regards to Carlsberg…

3rd March 2010
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Chairman “delighted” with Foster signing

2nd March 2010

Following yesterday’s news of the signing of ex-Darlington centre half Stephen Foster, Blyth Spartans chairman, Tony Platten, has expressed his delight in procuring the services of the experienced defender for the remainder of this season. Speaking of the new signing Platten said “I am naturally delighted that we have managed to secure the services of Stephen Foster and I am sure that his experience will not only add strength to…

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Spartans sign Steve Foster

1st March 2010

Blyth Spartans are delighted to announce the major signing of former Darlington club captain Steve Foster following his release from the League Two basement club. The 35 year old Centre Back has been at the centre of a contract row at his former club and this has allowed Blyth Spartans manager Mick Tait the opportunity to swoop and secure the services of a very experienced campaigner, this is especially useful…

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Blyth Spartans 4 AFC Telford United 0 (Sponsors)

1st March 2010

A photo gallery of the sponsors for the Blyth Spartans v AFC Telford United match on 27 February 2010. Should you be interested in getting involved in sponsoring the Spartans see the Commercial section for more details. Match Sponsor – NCC Extended Services ______________________________________________ Matchball Sponsor – The Sea Devils ______________________________________________ Man of the Match Sponsor – Baxter Analysis & Design ______________________________________________

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Port of Blyth POTM – Feb 2010

1st March 2010

RICHARD PELL – FEBRUARY 2010 The month of February saw the Spartans regain some form of momentum for the push towards the final months of the season. This was in no small part down to the form of centre back Richard Pell. The giant defender has done exactly what was expected of him since his return to club and has added an air of calmness to the Spartans backline. Well…

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