Last updated at 09:05, Monday, 01 October 2012
A FLYPAST from an historic Vulcan Bomber failed to distract Ponteland from their job in hand as they defeated Seaton Burn.
As the plane flew low over the ground , the home side kept their concentration and signed off with a victory sign.
Ponteland set an imposing target which Seaton were unable to match. Pont never looked back as they claimed third spot in the league.
Ponteland opener Wayne Ritzema finished as the A2 Division's leading run scorer, while Pont II’s James Ealey was top in the B1 charts.
First published at 09:11, Monday, 24 September 2012
Published by http://www.hexhamcourant.co.uk
This week in... 1919Saturday, December 13, 1919...
AT a public meeting in Wylam Institute it was decided to split the remaining money in the village's peace celebration fund between the village schools and a planned war memorial to the Fallen.
A brass plaque bearing the names of 19 former students who died in the Great War was to be erected in the Wylam Council Schools at a cost of £20 and £30 was to be donated to the war memorial fund.