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Monday, 21 April 2014

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Chance to bounce back for Prudhoe

PRUDHOE Town have the opportunity to put last weekend's horror show in their 3-0 defeat at Horden CW behind them on Saturday.

For the welcome second bottom Boldon CA to Kimberly Park in the Wearside League expectant of three points which could lift them four places up to 11th.

It is a big day for Wallington in the Premier Division of the Northern Alliance as they could go joint top if results go their way.

The fourth placed side will jump ahead of hosts Killingworth Station with victory, while mates Stocksfield could do them a big favour by getting something on their travels at league leaders Whitley Bay A.

Heddon's pursuit of moving out of the relegation zone in Division One continues with a trip to Newcastle University, while Ponteland United are looking to move away from the bottom two when they visit Cullercoats.

Chopwell host Wallsend Boys Club in Division Two, while Ryton and Crawcrook Albion are at home to Stokesley Sports Club in Division Two of the Northern League.

On Sunday, title chasing Tynedale Ladies make the trip to bottom side Middlesbrough Lionesses in the North East Women's Regional Football League, while rivals Prudhoe Town Women look to continue their good form with a home game with Redcar Athletic.