Buoyant Stocksfield down at the farm
Published at 12:12, Friday, 25 October 2013
STOCKSFIELD have the chance to move out of the bottom two in the Premier Division of the Northern Alliance tomorrow.
Buoyed by their 3-0 win over Ryton and Crawcrook Albion to clinch their first Clayton Charity Cup, they travel to Red House Farm with the hope of jumping up by at least two places.
Ryton, meanwhile, travel to Thornaby in Division Two of the Northern League looking to put the disappointment behind them.
In Division One of the Alliance, Hexham welcome Bedlington Terriers Reserves and Ponteland United host Cullercoats.
Both Wallington and Heddon make the long trip west to Cumbria, Wallington at Carlisle City in round two of the Bay Plastics Challenge Cup with Heddon facing Northbank Carlisle in the Archers of Blyth George Dobbins League Cup.
Chopwell make the trip to Heighington in the Durham FA Minor Cup, with Prudhoe Town visiting Wolviston in the Wearside League.
Published by http://www.hexhamcourant.co.uk
This week in... 1928Saturday, December 8, 1928...
The Miners' Hall at West Wylam was officially re-opened after undergoing extensive renovation.
Built as a cinema with a sloping floor 15 years previously, a ladies' cloakroom had been added and the floor levelled to turn it into a dance hall.
The work cost £500, half of which came from the Northumberland Miners' Association.