Our young Spartans face an away tie against Hartlepool United under-18s in the FA Youth Cup second qualifying round following Wednesday night’s progression after beating Stockton Town 2-1 at Croft Park.
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.
Spartans recorded a 3-1 victory to conclude extra time on Monday evening at the Horsfall Stadium as goals from Will McGowan, JJ Hooper and Cedric Main cancelled out Brad Dockerty’s deadlock-breaking strike.
Thank you to our sponsors for our Emirates FA Cup tie against Bradford Park Avenue last Saturday. For anyone interested, there are only five hospitality places available for next Saturday, 23rd September, when Graham Fenton’s side takes on Alfreton Town, and there is hospitality available for the following weekend when Worksop Town visit Croft Park for an Emirates FA Cup third qualifying round tie.
Following the under-19s’ success in winning the National League Youth Alliance North Academy Division last season, the Club was dealt a blow in the close season when their coach, Liviu Cristea, had to resign from his position with the Club.
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.
There are hospitality places available for Spartans’ next home fixture which is the second qualifying round of the Emirates FA Cup against Bradford (Park Avenue) on Saturday, 16th September.
Congratulations to Steve Nendick who is the winner of the “One in a Thousand £100 Draw” – drawn as number 455!
Blyth Spartans can confirm that Curtis Round has completed a permanent move to Marske United for an undisclosed fee.