Ashington CFC have arranged their first pre-season friendly for July.
Ashington CFC striker Marc Walton cited a mid-season calf injury as the main reason why he narrowly failed in his bid to reach a personal goals target.
Gareth Bainbridge hit a stunning hat-trick as Ashington brought the curtain down on their season with a 5-0 victory over Norton & Stockton Ancients at the Station Road ground on Wednesday.
Holding the Northumberland Senior Cup aloft and wearing a broad smile, Ashington manager Gary Middleton hopes his side’s success in collecting their first trophy under his leadership will be the start of more silverware to come for the Woodhorn Lane-based outfit.
Ashington manager Gary Middleton heaped enormous praise on his players following Friday night’s 4-3 victory over Penrith in Cumbria.
Marc Walton scored a hat-trick which took his tally for the season to 39 as Ashington won 4-3 Penrith – 48 hours after winning the Northumberland Senior Cup at St James’ Park.
Andrew Dobby revealed at the weekend that the first thought which crossed his mind when he was injured in Ashington’s recent Ebac Northern League first division match against Norton & Stockton Ancients was being ruled out of the final of the Northumberland Senior Cup.
Ashington lifted the Northumberland Senior Cup for the first time in 33 years on Wednesday night when they were worthy and convincing winners over Whitley Bay at Newcastle United’s St James’ Park.
Ashington CFC manager Gary Middleton hailed his players after they had deservedly won the Northumberland Senior Cup with a convincing 3-0 victory over Whitley Bay at St James’ Park on Wednesday.
Ashington’s skipper and three goalscorers in the Northumberland FA Senior Cup win over Whitley Bay were elated after the 3-0 win on Wednesday night.
An honest Whitley Bay manager Ian Chandler admitted Ashington fully deserved to win the Northumberland Senior Cup on Wednesday evening.
Ashington’s Craig Scott has given manager Gary Middleton a timely boost ahead of Wednesday night’s Northumberland Senior Cup final against Whitley Bay at St James’ Park.
Colliers’ ‘chorus master’ Mark Fitton hopes the Ashington supporters will be in good voice on Wednesday night when the Colliers meet Whitley Bay in the final of the Northumberland Senior Cup at St James’ Park.
The Northumberland Senior Cup will be decided on the night with extra time and penalties if required.
Midfield schemer Mark O’Dea is hoping the playing surface at St James’ Park will suit Ashington’s style of football when the Colliers do battle with neighbours Whitley Bay in the Northumberland Senior Cup final on Wednesday.
Ashington signed off their home programme in the Ebac Northern League’s first division with a 4-1 win over Norton & Stockton Ancients.
Ashington manager Gary Middleton thought his side did enough to warrant all three points after their 4-1 win on Saturday over basement side Norton & Stockton Ancients.
Norton & Stockton Ancients boss Andy Campbell had no grievances over the defeat at Ashington on Saturday – but thought the 4-1 scoreline was cruel on his side.
Ashington CFC’s former Whitley Bay striker Glen Taylor is hoping lightning will not strike twice when the Colliers meet the Seahorses in Wednesday’s Northumberland Senior Cup final at St James’ Park.
Ashington’s former Newcastle United winger Jonny Godsmark is hoping to be involved in Wednesday’s Northumberland Senior Cup final against Whitley Bay at St James’ Park.
Blyth-based postman Paul Keogh will take charge of Wednesday night’s Northumberland Senior Cup final between Whitley Bay and Ashington at St James’ Park.
Ashington CFC manager Gary Middleton has admitted that his side face a tough test when they meet neighbours Whitley Bay in the final of the Northumberland Senior Cup at St James’ Park on Wednesday, May 1.
They had to defend for their lives, especially in the second half, but Ashington nevertheless worked their socks off and deservedly earned a point from a goalless draw on Thursday night against FA Vase finalists Spennymoor Town at the Brewery Field.
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