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Ashington RAOB fight back for league title win

What a final game of the season with the Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League title up for grabs.

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Maguire resigns for Spartans

Maguire resigns for Spartans

Multiple 2016/17 Player of the Year award winner Daniel Maguire has chosen to remain as a Blyth Spartans player - after turning down a big-money move to re-sign for the club.

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Blyth Spartans manager Alun Armstrong. Picture courtesy of Blyth Spartans

Arstrong to stay on as boss at Spartans

Blyth boss Alun Armstrong has agreed terms to remain in charge at Spartans for another year, following his managerial heroics at the club last season.

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Former Blyth Spartans manager Tom Wade. Picture by Bill Broadley

Ashington delight as Wade joins as assistant

Ashington FC’s newly appointed joint manager Tom Wade says he is looking forward to working alongside Steve Harmison.

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Amble Tavern look to defend Sunday Cup

Next Sunday Amble Tavern play in the final of the NFA Sunday Cup. They are looking to retain the crown when they play Burradon and New Fordley from the Cramlington Sunday League. The game will be played at Whitley Park and Benton with a 10.30am KO.

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Trophy time for Spartans

Trophy time for Spartans

As the curtain came down on a magnificent season both on and off the field at Blyth Spartans, another fantastic occasion took place as the club held their annual presentation evening last weekend.

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Cramlington miss out in Tyneside League decider

Cramlington miss out in Tyneside League decider

Ponteland United Reserves claimed the Tyneside Amateur League title in a deciding clash between themselves and Cramlington Town Reserves on Saturday.

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Social Club tops in all Bedlington cup final

In the J D Marnock Cup Final, Bedlington Social Club came out on top against the Bedlington Market Tavern by 3-1.

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Hat-trick of awards for young Sampson

Hat-trick of awards for young Sampson

Teenager Ben Sampson scooped a hat-trick of awards at Ashington Football Club’s presentation night on Friday – and immediately dedicated the trio to his granddad Bill (Sampson) who sadly passed away recently, writes Bill Bennett.

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Spartans up for Senior Cup win

Blyth Spartans survived a spirited late showing from North Shields to end the season as double-winners – after dethroning the Techflow Group Northumberland Senior Cup holders with an enthralling 3-2 victory.

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Spartans to form new Reserve side

Blyth Spartans have teamed up with New Hartley FC to create a new Blyth Spartans Reserve side for next season, writes Glen Maxwell.

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Champions Blyth finish in style ...

Champions Blyth finish in style ...

Blyth Spartans started their Evo-Stik League trophy celebrations in fine style on Saturday - as they ended their five-year tenure in the league with a 5-1 triumph over Grantham Town.

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Title win rights the ‘mess’ of relegation

Title win rights the ‘mess’ of relegation

Blyth Spartans captain Robert Dale lifted the Evo-Stik Premier League title for the second time in 11 years after Saturday’s 5-1 win over Grantham Town.

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South Shields win title at Ashington

South Shields win title at Ashington

Ashington 1-4 South Shields

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Spartans close in on ‘100’ target

Spartans unleashed a five-star display to end Whitby Town’s slim hopes of an Evo-Stik Premier League playoff spot – as Blyth ran out comfortable 5-1 winners at Croft Park on Easter Monday.

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Blyth Spartans' central defender Nathan Buddle. Picture by Bill Broadley

Blyth Spartans held at Ashton as both sides see penalties saved

Blyth Spartans came away from Ashton United with a point on Saturday after both goalkeepers saved penalties to ensure the game ended 1-1.

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Ashington striker Ben Harmison. Picture by Ian Appleby

Ten-man Ashington battle to draw at Marske

An under-strength Ashington battled to a hard won point at Marske on Saturday after going down to ten men midway through the second half.

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Blyth Spartans manager Alun Armstrong. Picture courtesy of Blyth Spartans

Blyth Spartans boss Armstrong targets 100 points for season

Despite having already seen his side crowned Evo-Stik Premier League champions, Blyth Spartans manager Alun Armstrong has still set himself a target of 100 points for the season.

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Ashington FC coach Lee Anderson. Picture by Ian Appleby - www.ianapplebyimages.com

Ashington coach Anderson pleased but frustrated with draw at Marske

With manager Steve Harmison unavailable for the game at Marske, Ian Skinner and Lee Anderson took the reins.

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Kyle Oliver hat-trick nets three points for Ashington RAOB

Ashington RAOB had a good win in the Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League premier division at Bedlington Market Tavern.

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