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FA Vase: The Final 32

For once, the luck for Northern League teams in the FA Vase was spread across the board, all six of the region’s team managing to avoid each other in the draw for the fourth round. Whitley Bay, 7/2 favourites to … Continue reading

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Vase and Northern League Round-up

Make that 1,351 days for Whitley Bay, who brushed aside Bridlington Town 5-1 at Hillheads to make it into the last 32 of the FA Vase, a competition they haven’t lost in since the spring of 2008. Four goals up … Continue reading

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A Look Ahead in the FA Vase

It was a mixed draw for the eight Northern League sides left in the FA Vase, with the pick of the games at Spennymoor and Whitley Bay. When the third round ties are played on December 3rd, 1,351 days will … Continue reading

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West Auckland Go Top

As long-time Northern League leaders Sunderland RCA slipped to defeat at Dunston UTS, West Auckland Town leapfrogged them to go top of the league after a 2-1 win away to Whitley Bay. Two late goals in a minute from Mattie … Continue reading

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Northern League Round-up

After a storming start to the season, injuries, suspensions, poor form and sheer bad luck have conspired against Ian Chandler’s Whitley Bay side, who lost the season’s first Northern League Classico 2-0 at defending champions Spennymoor Town. After Spennymoor’s ex-Bay … Continue reading

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Weekend Round-up, the FA Cup and Non League Day

The tie of the round more than lived up to its billing, Dunston UTS thrashing their Evostik Premier visitors Durham City 4-0 with goals from ex-Brisbane Athletic player Brad Brooking, Michael Dixon, Lee McAndrew and Tony Gailbraith. The latest in … Continue reading

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Ground Guide: UTS Stadium, Dunston

When the A1 Western Bypass was built to divert through traffic around Newcastle and Gateshead centres residents of Dunston were divided. Quite literally. The A1 cut right through Dunston splitting the village into two areas. By this time the heavy … Continue reading

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