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Gloucester City 3 Blyth Spartans 1 (Match Reaction)

Before Saturday’s game the Gloucester City manager David Mehew was quoted as saying that his side would beat visitors Blyth Spartans with a combination of fitness and desire. His prescience was impressive and Blyth boss Mick Tait, floored by his side’s mournful showing, had to agree although he added more reasons for the 3-1 defeat. And these he laid firmly at his own door. With a startling candour Tait said,…

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Gloucester City 3 Blyth Spartans 1 (Match Report)

Saturday 19th September 2009 Attendance – 303 Gloucester City Mike Green, James Baldwin, Lee Marshall, Marc Richards, Tom Hamblin, Matt Rose, Lee Smith, Tom Webb, Will Morford, Mike Symons (sub Luke Ballinger 64 mins), Jack Harris. Subs Not Used – Alex Sykes, Jack Pitcher, James Palmer, Adie Harris Blyth Spartans Craig Turns, Stephen Harrison, Kenny Boyle, Michael Tait, Gareth Williams, Darren Craddock, Josh Gillies, Stephen Turnbull, Paul Brayson, Ian Graham…

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Supporters Club Meeting Minutes (Sep 2009)

Date/Time: 12 Sept 2009 @ 12.30 Present: Andrew Westgarth, Jeff Young, Anthony Seghini, Deborah Wall, Martin Hunter, Dave Charlton, Bobby Bell, Derek Birdsey, Scott Dewhurst, Dave Wall, Brian Bell, Gillian Wall and Brian Davison Apologies: None Correspondence: Usual array of bills, orders and requests Shop: Online shop to be launched this week Outlet is now open in Blyth Town Centre – Phil Castiaux (& MH) to organise publicity. Various items…

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Ashington Colliers 3 Spartans U10s 6

The U10s got off to a winning start in the league with a 6-3 win at Ashington.  A hat-trick from Lewis Best, a brace from Lewis Parker and a first goal for Spartans from Rhys Common made sure of the points in this good all round team performance.  John Paul Megson picked up the MoM award for a solid defensive performance and Matthew Giloney was awarded the Coach’s Player Award…

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FA Cup Draw

Blyth Spartans have been drawn at home to Ossett Albion. The game will be played on Saturday 26 September 2009 – Kick off 3pm Ossett Albion were awarded a ‘walk-over’ in the previous round, as they were due to play the now defunct Newcastle Blue Star. Ossett Albion are currently 2nd bottom of the Unibond First Division North. More details to follow later.

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Leeson Leaves

Blyth Spartans can confirm that after discussing his future with manager Michael Tait, Andrew Leeson has been allowed to leave the club. The club wish to thank Andrew for his many fine performances for the club and wish to acknowledge his part in our 2005/06 promotional season in which a record was created when he played in every single minute of our 61 games of that season. We also acknowledge…

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Blyth Spartans 2 Solihull Moors 0 (Match Report)

Saturday 12th September 2009 Attendance – 556 Blyth Spartans Craig Turns, Michael Tait, Kenny Boyle, Chris McCabe, Gareth Williams, Darren Cradock, Josh Gillies (sub Adrian Webster 84 mins), Stephen Turnbull, Paul Brayson, John Alexander (sub Ian Graham 69 mins), Robert Dale Subs not used – Simon Todd & Jack Norton Solihull Moors Dan Crane, Junior English, Darren Stapleton, Theo Streete, Liam Daly, Tim Gould (sub Charlton Davies 61 mins), Peter…

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Vauxhall Motors 1 Blyth Spartans 1 (Match Report)

Tuesday 8th September 2009 Attendance – 176 Vauxhall Motors Danzelle St Louis Hamilton, Brian Moogan, Lee Dames, Chris Lane, Tom Hannigan, Josh Wilson, Jonathan Egerton, Robbie Booth, Karl Noon (sub Anthony Wright 85 mins), Lee Furlong (sub Josh Hine 70 mins), Chris Noone Subs Not Used – Craig Davies, Keith Smith & James Holden. Blyth Spartans Jack Norton, Stephen Harrison, John Brackstone, Chris McCabe, Gareth Williams, Darren Craddock (sub Kenny…

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Yes, he did know!

As no doubt everyone noticed the replacement linesman Colin Blackett yesterday in the Solihull Moors match was wearing his shorts inside out, this was due to the shorts being the VIZ sponsored shorts worn by the first team and it was felt would be inappropriate for an assistant referee to wear ‘sponsored’ shorts*, hence the reason they were worn inside out. When asked about after the game Colin stated that…

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