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ENL 1 : Marske Utd 1 Shildon 2

Shildon Remain 4th in the League

Shildon AFC are still 4th in the league after a 2 – 1 away victory at Marske United on Saturday 29th October 2016.

However, the score line was not a true reflection of the game as Shildon should have won by a far greater margin. In fact, Dale Mulligan’s headed goal was Marske’s one and only effort on target for the whole of the game.

Shildon were on the attack from the kick off and after just 6 minutes Micky Rae was clean through but he shot wide. Two minutes later Marske’s keeper Robert Dean’s poor clearance went straight to Micky Rae who lobbed the ball over Dean’s head only for it to hit the bar. It was third time lucky for Micky on 9 minutes when he fired passed keeper Dean.

Anth Bell increased the lead on 25 minutes with a great left foot long range drive.

Just before the interval a right wing corner from Curtis Round was headed in by Nathan Mulligan for Marske.

Half Time:  Marske United  1  Shildon AFC  2

Despite Shildon creating several chances there was no more goals in the 2nd half. Billy Greulich-Smith failed to connect and Amar Purewal’s shot was weak. Paul Connor was through and somehow missed. Shortly after he was unmarked and missed again from 6 yards out.

Final Score:  Marske United  1  Shildon AFC  2

Goalscorers:  Rae 9, Bell 25.

Subs:  Dodds for Bell 79, Connor for Rae 79.

Bookings:  (Y)  Robson 7, Bell 15, Hodgson 48, Wing 78.

Man-of-the-Match:  Amar Purewal.

Not the best of games. It was a one sided affair which Shildon should have won easily had they taken their chances. Shildon’s keeper Nick Liversedge didn’t have one save to make.

2016/17 Season Ticket Prices

Double Winners, Shildon AFC have announced 2016/17 Season Ticket prices and Admission Prices.

Season tickets, which are on sale now, will cost just £95 for adults and £55 for concessions and juniors – saving approx. 25% on the whole season.

Also available will be a 10 match season ticket, priced at £47 for Adults & £27 for concessions.

Full admission prices for league matches will be £6 and £4 with under 12s gaining free entry when accompanied by a paying adult.

Cup matches are not included in the season ticket and full admission prices for FA Cup and FA Vase games will be £7 adults and £5 concessions. Domestic cup matches will be priced at the same as league matches. The same offer also applies to under 12s.

To purchase your season ticket, contact Jeff Ridley on 07909 992731. Alternatively, contact  Club Secretary, Gareth Howe on 07976 822 453 or by email at gareth.howe3@btopenworld.com.

ENL1 – Dunston UTS Result

Match Report To Follow


1) Kyle Hayes
2) Marc Ellison
3) Adam Rundle
4) Lee Scroggins
5) Daniel Moore
6) Darren Craddock
7) Mark Hudson (C)
8) Sam Hodgson
9) Paul Connor
10) Ben Wood
11) Billy Greulich-Smith


12) Jason Blackburn
14) Carl Jones
15) Liam Atkin
16) Mark Doninger
17) Lee Chapman




ENL1 – West Allotment Result

Shildon Move Up To 3rd

Shildon AFC are now 3rd in the league with games in hand after a 2 – 0 home win against West Allotment Celtic on Wednesday 25th March 2015.

The game was won within the first few minutes with the Railwaymen scoring twice. The first came on 5 minutes when John Brackstone headed in a right wing cross.

On 9 minutes Paul Connor cleverly wrong-footed three defenders and then the keeper Ryan Beal, to score a great individual goal for 2 – 0.

Although to was all Shildon, near the break Celtic’s Marc Walton fired wide from the edge of the box.

Half Time:  Shildon AFC  2  West Allotment Celtic  0

The 2nd half was a dull affair with very few scoring chances from either side.

On the hour Celtic’s Liam Anderson was through but miss kicked. Then Celtic’s Marc Walton headed over before they were down to 10 men on 78 minutes when Marc Dummett was red carded for a bad tackle on Sam Hodgson.

Near the end Shildon’s Mark Doninger hit the post.

Final Score:  Shildon AFC  2  West Allotment Celtic  0

Goalscorers:  Brackstone 5, Connor 9.

Subs:  Chapman for Greulich-Smith 65, Taylor for Hudson 75.

A poor game to watch, but a win is a win, and we move on to the next match which is at home to Penrith on Saturday 28th March 2015.


1) Kyle Hayes
2) Jamie Harwood
3) Marc Ellison
4) Lee Scroggins
5) John Brackstone
6) Daniel Moore
7) Mark Hudson (C)
8) Sam Hodgson
9) Paul Connor
10) Mark Doninger
11) Billy Greulich-Smith


12) Jack Taylor on for Hudson
14) Lee Chapman on for Greulich-Smith
15) Carl Jones
16) Lewis Graham