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Wayne Rooney driven to training for Everton vs Sunderland cup tie after driving ban

Everton striker Wayne Rooney was driven in to training for his club's cup tie with Sunderland this morning after being banned from driving for two years.
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Rugby.

Ashington go down to leaders Acklam

Ashington Rugby travelled to top-of the-table side Acklam with a much changed side due to unavailabilities and injuries.

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Day nets four in Blyth AFC win

Gary Day scored four goals on his return to the side as Blyth AFC thrashed Crook Town 5-0 at South Newsham, writes Andrew McDonnell.

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Ashington FC.

Ashington drop to mid-table

Ashington dropped into mid-table following a 3-0 defeat at Consett – but the scoreline painted a cruel picture at the Belle Vue Stadium on Saturday, writes Brian Bennett.

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Spartans exit Cup with loss of late goal

Spartans exit Cup with loss of late goal

Blyth Spartans succumbed to an Emirates FA Cup shock of their own on Saturday - as Shaw Lane AFC profited from their persistent time-wasting to score in second half stoppage time and claim a 2-1 win at Croft Park.

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Blyth Spartans AFC.

Spartans extend run to four winning games

Blyth Spartans 2-1 Chorley

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Cricket ball.

Ashington end their season on winning note

Ashington 217-9 Ponteland 190 all out

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Cricket stumps.

Blyth clinch Premier Division league title

Blyth 245 all out Warkworth 120 all out

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Rugby.

Tuck hat-trick for Ashington

Ashington 41-36 Rockliffe

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Manquillo makes an impression

Ashington 3-0 Easington

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Maguire hat-trick as Blyth go fourth

Maguire hat-trick as Blyth go fourth

Daniel Maguire’s 37-minute hat-trick inspired Spartans to a third successive victory in the Vanarama National League North - as Blyth beat Boston United 5-2 in a seven-goal thriller at Croft Park on Saturday afternoon.

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Elia Viviani, right, and Edvald Boasson Hagen, centre, at the finish in Blyth. Picture by Allan McKenzie/SWpix.com

Tour of Britain: Drama as original winner of Northumberland stage penalised

Team Sky’s Elia Viviani was awarded victory on stage two of the Tour of Britain after Edvald Boasson Hagen was stripped of his win in a controversial finish in Blyth.
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Laidler goal sinks Blyth

Heaton Stannington 1-0 Blyth AFC

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Cricket stumps.

Colliers fail to recover from a Mansoor ‘ton’

Consett 255 all out,beat Ashington 115 all out

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Rugby.

Agonising loss for Ashington in season opener

Richmond 29-28 Ashington RFC

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Ashington FC.

Ashington go down to a single goal loss

Ashington lost their unbeaten tag following their sixth Ebac Northern League game of the season on Saturday when Sunderland Ryhope CW – whom they had knocked out of the Emirates FA Cup on the opening day of the campaign – turned the tables at Woodhorn Lane.

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Blyth Spartans AFC.

Spartans win game of two halves!

In a proverbial game of two halves, Blyth were forced to defend sternly before holding out for a 3-2 away win at Telford.

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Caled Ewan on his way to the stage victory in Kelso. Picture: SW Pix.

Tour of Britain: Aussie wins opening stage

Caleb Ewan started the 2017 OVO Energy Tour of Britain off where he ended the previous edition, standing atop the podium as a stage winner, having taken the victory at the end of the 190-kilometre opening leg between Edinburgh and Kelso in the Scottish Borders.
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Mark Cavendish

TOUR OF BRITAIN 2017: Mark Cavendish returns from injury to join Tour

Mark Cavendish will take part in the OVO Energy Tour of Britain as he makes his comeback from injury after fracturing his scapula in the Tour de France, it has been announced.

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The winner crosses the line at Blyth. Picture by Helen Smith

TOUR OF BRITAIN 2017: Key Northumberland timings and road closures

With just days to go until Northumberland is alive with the sights and sounds of the Ovo Energy Tour of Britain, spectators are being urged to arrive in plenty of time to catch the action.
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