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Blyth Spartans 6 Hinckley United 1 (Match report)

Saturday 17th October 2009 Blue Square North Attendance 462 Blyth Spartans Mark Bell, Stephen Harrison, Kenny Boyle, Michael Tait, Gareth Williams, Darren Craddock, Chris McCabe (sub Simon Todd 67 mins), Mark Doninger, Paul Brayson (sub John Alexander 71 mins), Ian Graham, Robert Dale (sub Josh Gillies mins). Subs not used – Adrian Webster & Jack Norton Hinckley United Wayne Connolly, James Mace, Stuart Giddings, Richard Lavery, Lee Collins, Paul Lister…

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Robert Dale Injury Update

Robert Dale has been booked in to have his knee operation on the morning of Saturday 31st October. Following consultation with the surgeon, Robbie and the club officials it was decided to go for the earliest available slot based on the medical advice. Whilst he has performed admirably through the injury, the prognosis represented too great a risk to the player and a much increased rehabilitation period. The forward date…

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Blyth Spartans 6 Hinckley United 1 (Match Reaction)

Arriving at Croft Park Blyth on Saturday on the back of an impressive run of form Hinckley United left the northeast to return to Leicestershire battered and bewildered. The Spartans unleashed a display of attacking football full of desire and all round quality which destroyed the visitors and left them arguing amongst themselves on the pitch as they willed the final whistle to come and put an end to their…

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Blyth Spartans 6 Hinckley United 1 (Merit Marks)

Detailed below are the marks for the Blyth Spartans v Hinckley United match played on Saturday 17 October 2009. The merit marks were awarded by Martin Hunter. Team 1. Mark Bell – 8/10 2. Stephen Harrison – 8/10 3. Kenny Boyle – 8/10 4. Mick Tait – 8/10 5. Gareth Williams – 8/10 6. Darren Craddock – 8/10 7. Chris McCabe – 8/10 8. Mark Doninger – 8/10 9. Paul…

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Salford City 2 Blyth Spartans 2 (Merit Marks)

Detailed below are the marks for the Salford City v Blyth Spartans match played on Tuesday 13 October 2009. The merit marks were awarded by Martin Hunter. Team 1. Mark Bell – 5/10 2. Stephen Harrison – 7/10 3. John Brackstone – 7/10 4. Mark Doninger – 7/10 5. Gareth Williams – 7/10 6. Darren Craddock – 7/10 7. Chris McCabe – 7/10 8. Simon Todd – 5/10 9. Paul…

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Spartans U10s 2 Bedlington Juniors Barca 1

A much improved team performance saw the U10s get back to winning ways, although there was yet again another tense last quarter. The teams looked evenly matched by the end of the first quarter with no goals scored but chances at both ends.  Matthew Giloney in goal pulled off some great saves to prevent Bedlington from scoring, while at the other end our best chance fell to Lewis Best who fired…

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