Month: November 2014

ENL1 – Durham City

After an entertaining game Shildon lost by the odd goal in seven. 2 Goals from Moore and one from Richardson weren’t enough as Durham came back from a goal behind twice to eventually win the game 4-3


1) Kyle Hayes
2) Jamie Harwood
3) Darren Richardson
4) Mark Hudson (C)
5) Darren Craddock
6) Liam Atkin
7) Daniel Moore
8) Sam Hodgson
9) Paul Connor
10) Ben Wood
11) Mark Doninger

12) Michael Rae on for Connor
14) Lee Scroggins on for Harwood
15) John Brackstone
16) Adam Rundle on for Doninger
17) Chris Emms

Moore 2



Match Report to Follow

Photos courtesy of Tom Clegg

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ENL1 – Durham City – Preview


Durham City FC
New Ferens Park
Belmont Industrial Estate

Match Day
29th November 2014
Kick Off: 15:00

Admission Prices
Adult – £ 6.00
Concession – £ 4.00
Under 12’s – Free 

Current League Position –  10th ENL1
P 19  W 9  D 3  L 7  F 35  A 29  Pts 30

Current Form Guide (Last 6 League Games)
P 6  W 2  D 1  L 3  F 12  A 12  Pts 7

Last Match Played
22nd November 2014 – ENL1
Durham City 1 Billingham Synthonia 2 

Founded: 1949
Nickname: City
Record Attendance:
Joined Northern League: 2012/13
Home Colours: Yellow Shirt, Blue Shorts and Socks
Away Colours: White Shirt, White Shorts and Red Socks
Facebook: N/A



ENL1 – Next Match – Bedlington Terriers (A)




Tonight’s match against Bedlington has been called off due to a waterlogged pitch.





Bedlington Terriers FC

Welfare Park

Park Road


NE22 5DP

Match Day

26th November 2014

Kick Off: 19:45

Admission Prices

Adult – £ 6.00

Concession – £ 2.00

Current League Position –  9th ENL1

P 21  W 10  D 2  L 9  F 42  A 38  Pts 32


Current Form Guide (Last 6 League Games)

P 6  W 1  D 0  L 5  F 7  A 19  Pts 3


Last Match Played

22nd November 2014 – ENL1

Penrith 3 Bedlington 1


Founded: 1949

Nickname: Terriers

Record Attendance: 2,400 v Colchester United, FA Cup 1st Round 1998

Joined Northern League: 1982 / 83

Home Colours: Red Shirts, Shorts, Socks

Away Colours: Blue Shirts, Shorts, Socks





Directions from Bedlington Terriers Website to the ground and Parking Information

From the A1:-
Take the Seaton Burn turn off and at the roundabout take the second turn off (A1088).
At the next roundabout, take the first turnoff to pass Aesica on the left. Straight over at the next roundabout.
You will go down a dip, over a bridge and back up the other side, do not turn off, continue on the same road until you come into Bedlington. At the top of the bank there is a roundabout outside the Red Lion pub, go straight over. Down the hill there is another roundabout at the Netto shop, take the second turnoff (turning right). Follow the road past the Police station and Law courts and the road bends sharply to the left. Continue around the corner, take the second right. The ground is at the top of the street.

From the A189:-
Follow the signs to Ashington.
Branch left at the 3 Horse Shoes turn off (junction with the A192/B1505) sign posted Morpeth. Take the second exit from the roundabout sign posted B1505 to Bedlington. Take no turn offs and you will go down a hill with sharp turns, cross a bridge and climb a steep hill (11%). Go along the street until the church is on your left and there is a junction on your right next to the Northumberland Arms. Take the turn off to your right and at the junction, turn right. Go round the corner and take the second right. The ground is at the top of the street.


FA Vase 3rd Round Draw

Shildon have been drawn away to Shaw Lane Aquaforce FC in the 3rd Round of the FA Vase.

The game is to be played on Saturday 6th December Kick Off 3 o’clock

The supporters club will be arranging transport to the game. People wishing to travel can do so by seeing Winnie in person on match days or by calling her on 07784975451.Alternately you can call Russ on 07538789464 and he will pass on any bookings.

Owing to people not turning up for previous away travel a £10 Non refundable deposit will be required to secure you a seat.


A little more information on our next opponents below from Archie MacKay

The Northern Counties East Premier League side have dispatched the leaders of both the North West Counties Premier League and the Northern League in the previous two rounds of the competition and will be brimming with confidence that they can complete a giant-killing treble when the favourites for the competition come to town on 6th December.

The Barnsley based club, formed in 2012 as an amalgamation of three local clubs, currently sit second in their division, some way behind runaway leaders Tadcaster Albion.

While the club traces its roots back to the formation of an under 11 side in 1991, Shaw Lane have had somewhat of a meteoric rise in recent years, moving through the Sheffield & Hallamshire County Senior League Division One after its first merger in 2011 before winning the Premier Division after its second merger in 2012 and gaining promotion to the Northern Counties East League (NCEL) Division One. A year later their meteoric rise continued when they finished runners-up in the NCEL Division One, winning promotion to the Premier Division.

Now their rise continues with major scalps in the FA Vase and if Shildon are to continue their quest to win the competition and merit their selection as bookie’s favourites, they will have to travel to the Shaw Lane ground and overcome the side whose name is on everyone’s lips at the moment.