Match Photos | Blyth Spartans 0-2 Chorley

9th October 2021

Blyth Spartans lost there first National League North game at Croft, after visitors Chorley left with all three points after a comfortable two nil victory in front of a crowd of 1045. Relive the action with a selection of match images from Bill Broadley.

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Report | Blyth Spartans 0-2 Chorley | National League North | 21/22

9th October 2021

BY Liam O’Brien In association with: ALAN McLEAN FCMA CGMA Chartered Management Accountant Vanarama National League North Saturday, October 9th 2021 BLYTH SPARTANS 0-2 CHORLEY FC Blyth Spartans suffered their first home defeat of the 2021/22 National League North season with a flat 2-0 defeat to Chorley. Spartans hit the woodwork twice in the second-half through Dan Maguire and Rhys Evans but overall, it was lacklustre performance at Croft Park. Michael Nelson’s side…

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Preview | Chorley (H) | National League North | 21/22

7th October 2021

By Stephen Burton Blyth Spartans will be hoping to bounce back from their FA Cup disappointment as they return to National League North action at home to Chorley on Saturday. Michael Nelson’s side exited the cup at the Third Qualifying Round stage last weekend in a narrow 1-0 defeat away to National League North rivals Guiseley. Spartans are currently unbeaten at Croft Park this season – beating Alfreton Town and…

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Fixture change | Hereford away to be re-arranged

4th October 2021

Our National League North fixture at Hereford – scheduled to take place on Saturday, October 16th – will be re-arranged following their progression in this year’s FA Cup. The Bulls will host National League side Solihull Moors in the FA Cup Fourth Round Qualifying that day, with Michael Nelson’s side set to be handed a free weekend after exiting the competition to Guiseley. A new date for the fixture will…

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Chorley (H) 21/22 | Tickets on sale | Buy in advance

4th October 2021

Tickets for our National League North fixture with Chorley at Croft Park are now on sale. Michael Nelson’s side host Chorley on Saturday, October 9th as they look to maintain their unbeaten home record.  Tickets can be bought online here or by calling our general office on 01670 352373 between 9am and 12pm Monday to Friday. Should you purchase your ticket(s) online, you will receive an email with your e-ticket(s)…

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Report | Chester 5-1 Blyth Spartans | National League North | 21/22

26th September 2021

In association with: ALAN McLEAN FCMA CGMA Chartered Management Accountant Vanarama National League North Saturday, September 25th 2021 CHESTER 5 – 1 BLYTH SPARTANS Five second-half goals consigned Blyth Spartans to their second league defeat of the season, as the visitors proved unable to resist an impressive Chester side. Manager Michael Nelson made one enforced change to the team that defeated FC United at Broadhurst Park on Tuesday evening, with Cameron Painter replacing…

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Preview | Chester FC (A) | National League North | 21/22

23rd September 2021

BY Stephen Burton Blyth Spartans are back in National League North action this Saturday as they face a trip to the Deva Stadium to take on Chester FC. Michael Nelson’s side won away to FC United of Manchester on Tuesday night in their FA Cup replay with a brace from Connor Thomson securing Blyth’s place in the Third Round Qualifying. A visit to Guiseley awaits Spartans next weekend but first,…

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Away travel | Chester (A) | National League North | 21/22

20th September 2021

The Green Army have arranged away travel for our National League North encounter at Chester on Saturday (September 25th). The coach will depart The Commissioners Quay Inn at 8:30am and travel to The Deva Stadium ahead of a 3pm kick-off in National League North.  The price of the coach is £25pp, which ensures travel to and from the game.  For payment, please send money via bank transfer to organiser Dan…

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Reaction | McNall on first competitive Blyth Spartans goal

12th September 2021

BY Niall Bromley Lewis McNall says it was a “great feeling” to score his first Blyth Spartans goal. McNall, who came in for the injured Dan Maguire, headed home Karl Byrne’s cross for a 2-0 lead against Darlington after 19 minutes. Indeed, it was the former Newcastle United youngster’s first competitive goal in three years after a torrid time with knee injuries. McNall played 68 minutes as the Quakers fought…

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