Boro aces lie ahead
Published at 07:37, Wednesday, 16 October 2013
TYNEDALE Ladies’ reward for making the third and final qualifying round in the Women’s FA Cup is a home tie with the formidable Middlesbrough.
On November 3, the local lasses will host the Combination League outfit following their excellent 4-1 success over Seaton Carew.
Lauren Reay got the ball rolling for Tynedale, seeing them go into the break with a one goal advantage after dominating the first half.
The goals started to flow following the break, Emma Hales, Joanne Dixon and Ashley Lambert making sure of their passage despite conceding a late consolation.
In league action, Prudhoe Town Women were denied a point from their game with Lowick when their guests struck the winner three minutes from time.
Town had twice levelled during the fixture, Jenny Wilkes cancelling out a seventh minute opener before Ashleigh Rea made it 2-2 on the hour mark.
Published by http://www.hexhamcourant.co.uk
This week in... 1972Friday, December 15, 1972...
STAFF at five hospitals in the Tynedale area walked out during a strike over pay.
Hexham General, Hexham War Memorial, Haltwhistle War Memorial, Wooley Sanatorium and Prudhoe hospitals, were all affected after the National Union of Public Employees called out their members.
Ancillary staff, including porters, cooks, telephone operators and boilermen joined the 12-hour stoppage with some NUPE members taking part in a protest march in Newcastle.