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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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FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round Draw

Today’s FA Cup draw for the 4th Qualifying Round has seen Blyth Spartans drawn home to either AFC Telford or Worcester City. Blyth Spartans’ participation in the tie is, obviously, subject to them beating Salford City in the third qualifying round. The game will take place on Saturday 24 October 2009 at 3.00pm More details and reaction will follow soon.

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Ossett Albion (FA Cup) Programmes Available

SpartansFans who were unable to obtain a match day programme for the recent FA Cup match against Ossett Albion or who were unable to attend the game on the day, should note that the remaining programmes are available from the online shop. The cost of the programme includes for Postage and Packing. To buy a programme, please use the following links: – UK SpartansFans Overseas SpartansFans The programme will also…

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Walker Whites 4 Spartans U10s 2

Looking at the form book before this match, this was a game we were more than capable of winning.  However, a below par performance saw us loing 4-2, with the Spartans goals from Brooklyn Holcz (his first in a green and white shirt) and Kieron Garrett.  Lewis Best ran his socks off in midfield throughout the game and just couldn’t score, with even one of his team mates getting in…

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