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Saturday, 23 May 2015

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Time to react for Prudhoe Town

PRUDHOE Town look to put their cup woes behind them when they return to Wearside League action tomorrow.


Eliminated from both the League Cup and Senior Benevolent Bowl in a matter of days, the Citizens are hoping to move above their 13th placed hosts Wolviston with victory on Saturday.

Meanwhile, Wallington are another team looking to put defeat behind them as they aim to get their Northern Alliance title charge back on track with a home game with Northbank Calisle.

Elsewhere in the Premier Division, Stocksfield can make it three wins in three games if they return from Killingworth Station with all three points.

After a morale boosting win over bottom club Willington Quay Saints, Heddon host Cullercoats as their battle to beat the drop from Divsion One continues.

Chopwell make a return to action in Division Two with a home game over West Allotment Celtic A following their elimination from the Durham FA Minor Cup at the semi-finals stage.

Ryton and Crawcrook Albion have given themselves a real chance of beating the drop from Division Two of the Northern League but make the trip to the fomidableJarrow Roofing.

Title chasing Tynedale Ladies make the trip to Kader in the North East Women's League on Sunday, while rivals Prudhoe Town Ladies welcome Lowick United Ladies.