Interview | Terry Mitchell | Gloucester City 2-2 Blyth Spartans

8th May 2022

Hear from Spartans boss Terry Mitchell as he spoke to Blyth Live’s Phil Castiaux following Saturday’s 2-2 away to Gloucester City, as the curtain came down on the 2021/22 season. Connor Thomson put Blyth ahead early on, before two quickfire goals in the last 10 minutes saw Gloucester lead. However, the drama wasn’t over, as JJ O’Donnell grabbed an equaliser deep into injury time, following one final assist in a…


Interview | Terry Mitchell | Boston United 1-1 Blyth Spartans

2nd April 2022

Spartans boss Terry Mitchell spoke with Blyth Live’s Phil Castiaux following his side’s 1-1 draw away to Boston United. Blyth took a lead five minutes before half-time thanks to Lewis McNall’s third goal in as many games and looked set for the win, only to be stung by a 90th minute equaliser from Scott Duxbury.


Post-match interview | Terry Mitchell | Darlington 1-0 Blyth Spartans

6th March 2022

Spartans boss Terry Mitchell spoke with Blyth Live’s Phil Castiaux following Blyth’s 1-0 defeat to Darlington at Blackwell Meadows. A tight affair was settled 12 minutes into stoppage time as Jake Lawlor stabbed home a rebound to hand the hosts all three points, in a match that was briefly paused due to a medical emergency in the stand.


Match Photos| Blyth Spartans 0-2 AFC Fylde

27th February 2022

A selection of 60+ images by Bill Broadley from Blyth’s third consecutive league home defeat at the hands of promotion chasing Fylde. The visitors led at the break 1-0 in a evenly balanced first half. The second half saw a dominant Spartans in full control as they looked for the equaliser, only to be undone by a 87th minute penalty, very much against the run of play.


Interview | Terry Mitchell | Southport 2-3 Blyth Spartans

23rd February 2022

Blyth Spartans boss Terry Mitchell spoke with Niall Bromley following his side’s 3-2 win away to Southport. After going a goal down, Patrick Almond scored his first for the club to level the scores just before half-time, before a wonder-strike from JJ O’Donnell and a header from Lewis McNall sealed the three points. Although a late goal from Southport’s Adam Anson ensured a nervy last 10 minutes.