Match Report | Mickleover Sports 1 – 7 Blyth Spartans

22nd January 2017

  Report by Sam Donovan In association with: Alan McLean FCMA CGMA Chartered Management Consultant Evo-Stik Premier League Saturday January 21 2017 Mickleover Sports 1-7 Blyth Spartans The Spartans produced a scintillating performance to come away from Don Amott Arena with a resounding 7-1 victory over Mickleover Sports as Spartans remained unbeaten in 2017. There was one change from the side that had won against Skelmersdale as Matty Pattison was replaced…


Match Sponsors | Blyth Spartans 3-0 Mickleover Sports

10th October 2016

Pictured below are the sponsors from Saturday’s Blyth Spartans v Mickleover Sports Evo-Stik Premier League match, played at Croft Park. Match Sponsors: Blyth Betis Pena, including three Spanish fans Man of the Match Sponsor: Nathan Buddle’s grandparents, Billy and Joyce Buddle, who were celebrating their wedding anniversary and Billy’s birthday. Match Ball Sponsor: Alan McLean and family. Match Ball Sponsor: John Barry, who had travelled from Glasgow for the game. Should you be…


Blyth Boss Pleased With Spartans’ Reaction To Dressing Room Dressing Down in Mickleover Massacre

9th October 2016

Alun Armstrong finally recorded his first victory as Blyth Spartans manager at the third time of asking, in what he described as an “outstanding” 3-0 win over Mickleover Sports. Spartans had not won in five games in all competitions since their 1-0 triumph over Marine on September 13, but goals from Luke Armstrong, Matthew Pattison and Jarrett Rivers saw Blyth claim an invaluable three points – as the club rose…


Match Report | Blyth Spartans 3-0 Mickleover Sports

8th October 2016

By Glen Maxwell In association with: ALAN McLEAN FCMA CGMA Chartered Management Accountant Evo-Stik Premier League Saturday October 8 2016 Blyth Spartans 3-0 Mickleover Sports Spartans’ scintillating first half display saw them end their five-game winless run on Saturday – as Alun Armstrong claimed his first victory as Blyth boss with a 3-0 triumph over Mickleover Sports. Luke Armstrong was the lucky benefactor from Nathan Buddle’s header – as it was diverted…