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Reserves Game this week at the Brewery Field

Monday, March 16th, 2015

Spennymoor Town Reserves have a fixture at the Brewery Field on Wednesday night against top of the league Stockton Town.  The game will kick off at 7:30

Entrance Fee £2 Adults & £1 Concessions and Spennymoor Town Season tickets are valid for this game.

The Reserves are also playing Cleator Moor Celtic on the 25th March at the Brewery Field with prices and admission the same.

Reserve Team Manager Carl Beasley said earlier  ‘We are looking forward to be playing back at The Brewery Field for the 2 games which will help with our fixture backlog.

You can’t beat a mid-week game under the lights at The Brewery Field and with the games against title favourites Stockton Town and fellow promotion chasing Cleator Moor Celtic, I’m hoping we can continue our good form and the players would love your support’

Carl went on to say ‘These are really important games for us and it would be great to get some extra support for the lads so if you fancy seeing the reserves in action on the 18th and 25th then that would be fantastic’

Its an ideal opportunity to get behind the reserves and even better value if you are a season ticket holder.

Last Match Report

Clitheroe 24th March 2015 Evo-Stik Div.1 North

Wednesday, March 25th, 2015

FIRST HALF GOALS CONSOLIDATES FIFTH POSITION FOR MOORS

Spennymoor Town won away for the first time in four trips when they won 2-0 at Clitheroe on Tuesday night.

There was never a chance of Moors repeating their 8-3 romp of ten days ago against Clitheroe, but they were well in control after two first half goals.

Moors made one change to the team that beat Warrington Town 2-0 on Saturday as number one keeper Adam McHugh made his first appearance since the 4-2 win at Kendal Town replacing the on loan Luke Coddington after the teenager returned to Middlesbrough.

The game was end to end early on; with Moors going close when Nathan Fisher was inches away from converting a low cross by Robert Briggs, then Liam Henderson put a good chance just over the bar.

Henderson also had the ball in the net when he tapped in after Shane Henry’s free kick wasn’t held by the Clitheroe keeper, but the goal was disallowed for offside.

After Clitheroe went close, Moors took the lead after 34 minutes when Nathan Fisher set up Stephenson, who fired home his sixth goal in his last four games and the schemers 13 th of the season.

And just a few minutes later Fisher latched on to a through ball and coolly lobbed the keeper for the second.

Clitheroe made three substitutions at half time and were better in the second half, but it was Spennymoor who nearly got the third, but Stephenson missed from close range from a Kallum Griffiths cross, then late in the game, sub Gavin Cogdon broke through and had an effort cleared off the line after rounding the home keeper.

Clitheroe had Louis Mayers dismissed for a foul in the closing minutes, but Moors stayed strong to return home with all three points.

Line-Up:

1 McHugh, 2 Griffiths, 3 P Johnson, 4 Briggs, 5 Tait, 6 Capper, 7 Stephenson ( Dodds), 8 Henry, 9 Henderson, 10 Fisher ( Cogdon), 11 Peacock (Roberts)

Subs not used: Mason, McReady,

 

Att: 204

Next Game

Saturday 28th March 2015
Spennymoor Town Vs. Padiham
Evo 1N

Evo-Stik Division One North League Table

Position Team Played Points
1 Salford City 36 77
2 Darlington 1883 35 74
3 Northwich Victoria 35 71
4 Bamber Bridge 36 70
5 Spennymoor Town 34 68

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