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Whitley Bay train at the beach ahead of forthcoming fixtures

Whitley Bay’s Northern League fixture at Ashington last weekend was postponed due to a frozen pitch.

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County side advance to championship semi-finals

Northumberland County Schools’ U18 team finished off their league campaign in style with a victory over arch rivals Durham Maiden Castle.

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North Shields Athletic Reserves held by West Jesmond

Only two Tyneside Amateur League matches managed to beat the weather on Saturday.

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Jack Cooper, who scored a hat-trick for Tyne Met in their extra-time cup win over Bishop Burton.

Extra-time time win for Tyne Met College in national cup competition

Tyne Met College advanced to the fifth round of the National AOC Premier Cup with a 5-2 extra-time win over Bishop Burton.

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North Shields' Lee Mason. Picture by Ally Middleton

Mason bags four goals as North Shields put six past Washington

Four goals from Lee Mason, including a seven-minute hat-trick, saw North Shields increase their advantage at the top of the Ebac Northern League and give them a winning start to 2017.

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Teenage striker Kyle Patton on the attack for Whitley Bay against Seaham Red Star.

Gilbey snatches late point for Whitley Bay against Seaham Red Star

An entertaining game that swung first one way then the other ended all square thanks to a stoppage time equaliser from Whitley Bay’s man of the match Tom Gilbey.

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Marc Nash. Picture by Ian Appleby

Mixed emotions for Whitley Bay boss after draw with Seaham Red Star

Whitley Bay manager Marc Nash had mixed feelings after his side’s action packed 3-3 draw with Seaham Red Star on Saturday.

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Percy Main earn a draw in six-goal thriller at Northbank Carlisle

Percy Main’s first game of 2017 ended in a six-goal thriller which swung one way and then the other as the sides took it in turns to lead.

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Forest Hall YPC lose out to Morpeth Town Seniors

Morpeth Town Seniors beat leaders Forest Hall YPC 1-0 with Jack Freeman getting the only goal of the game.

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Callum Patton (yellow) takes on the Chester-le-Street defence. Picture by Julian Tyley

Whitley Bay blow away Chester-le-Street to start year with win

It was certainly a happy new year for Whitley Bay and their fans, thanks to a comprehensive 4-0 victory away to struggling Chester-le-Street Town on Tuesday evening.

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Lee Mason in action for Noreth Shields. Picture by Ally Middleton

Late Mason winner keeps North Shields out in front

In their final outing of 2016, North Shields held off firm competition from Tyneside rivals Newcastle Benfield to snatch a late victory at Sam Smith’s Park.

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Whitley Bay striker Tom Potter.

Whitley Bay foiled by late West Allotment equaliser

Whitley Bay’s run of games without a win was stretched to five when a late West Allotment Celtic equaliser denied them all three points.

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North Shields FC's new clubhouse opened by members of Newcastle United  1969 team, from left to right, John Twaddle, Mike Lister, Tony Casson, Malcolm Macdonald, Ron Tatum and Michael Morgan.

Newcastle United’s Supermac open North Shields FC’s new clubhouse

Newcastle United hero Malcolm Macdonald has officially opened North Shields FC’s new clubhouse.

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North Shields' Lee Mason in action against Penrith. Picture by Craig McVay

North Shields see off rivals Ashington

In their final home game of 2016, North Shields presented their supporters with some early Christmas joy as the Robins cemented their place at the top of Northern League table after comfortably seeing off Ashington 3-1.

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North Shields Athletic Reserves.

Tyneside Amateur League’s North Shields Athletic reserves make cup semi-final

Morpeth Town Seniors were pushed all the way to extra time by Newbiggin Hall Vettic before eventually prevailing 5-2.

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Whitley Bay defeated 2-0 at Sunderland RCA

Whitley Bay defeated 2-0 at Sunderland RCA

Meadow Park at Ryhope has not been a happy hunting ground for Whitley Bay in recent years.

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North Shields' Gary Ormston takes on the Dunston defence. Picture by Craig McVay

North Shields trio return to Dunston and steal the show in 3-0 win

If you ever wanted to define the statement ‘coming back to haunt your old club’ then North Shields’ win at Dunston UTS on Saturday would help you do that.

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Whitley Bay's Chris Moore.

League champions Shildon prove too strong for Whitley Bay

There was no disputing that league champions Shildon deserved to take the points from Saturday’s game, but they had to come from behind.

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Whitley Bay manager Marc Nash.

Positives in defeat for Whitley Bay boss but still disappointment in mistakes

Whitley Bay manager Marc Nash felt there were positives to take from his side’s 3-1 defeat to league champions Shildon on Saturday.

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Late Whitley Bay A goal beats Percy Main

Percy Main could consider themselves desperately unlucky to come out of their Northern Alliance premier Division game against Whitley Bay A with nothing to show from their efforts.

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