VANARAMA NATIONAL LEAGUE NORTH
Venue: Croft Park, Plessey Road, Blyth, Northumberland, NE24 3JE
Date: Tuesday 24th April
Kick Off: 7.45pm
Adults: £12 – £2 extra for seat in Port of Blyth Stand
Concessions: £6 – £2 extra for seat in Port of Blyth Stand
OnTuesday, the Spartans face their fourth home game in a week when Curzon Ashton make the trip to Northumberland.
Blyth suffered an unlucky defeat to Stockport County on Saturday going down 1-0 to Jimmy Ball’s strike in added time at the end of the first half. Despite the game being one way traffic in the second half Blyth couldn’t find a deserved equaliser.
Curzon Ashton were in action on Saturday and sealed their place in the Vanarama National League North for next season with a workmanlike performance against playoff hopefuls Spennymoor Town. Joe Guest scored the only goal of the game nodding home Ben Mckenna’s cross.
Blyth Spartans – LLLWL
Curzon Ashton – LWDDW
IN THE OPPOSITION DUGOUT
John Flanagan – Previously in charge of Mossley and Woodley Sports, Flanagan has guided the Nash to two promotions and 2-cup finals. He is into his 6th season at the Tameside Stadium.
Joe Guest – Guest joined Curzon halfway through the 2014/15 season and is a combative midfielder. Guest won the manager’s player of the season award for his performances last season.
LAST TIME WE MET