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Moors open its own Physio Clinic.

Wednesday, September 17th, 2014

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Spennymoor Town has today released details of their own Physio Clinic which has launched in conjunction with club Sponsor The Parkmore Hotel.

The medical team need to keep up with the growth of the club what with the 1st teams requirements along with the reserves and the rapid expansion of the Spennymoor Town Youth set up. The opportunity to start up the clinic arose with the help of Hotel owner Jeremy Leeds and their sponsorship of the Football Club. The clinic is located in the Hotels Leisure Club and operated by ADO Physiotherapy. The Clinic is to be run for the club but will also be open to private patients with muscular – skeletal issues as well as general sports injuries.

The driving force behind the Clinic is our very own Andy Oates who has told us ‘this is a fantastic opportunity for myself and the club to develop the Muscular Skeletal Clinic and a sports rehabilitation centre of excellence in the North East. We will be able to help anyone with neck, back and spinal problems as well as sports injuries’ Hotel owner Jeremy Leeds went onto say ‘we are happy to be able to facilitate the football club to open up the clinic as club sponsors’ Andy Oates is now in his 9th season with the club and is a BSc(Hons)MCSP Chartered Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist working in both the NHS and private health care setting. Andy also has a University degree in sport and exercise along with a PgC sports physiotherapy and PgC sports manual therapy.

Bookings for ADO Physiotherapy can be made through the hotels reception on 01642 792860.

The Parkmore Hotel is located at 636 Yarm Road, Eaglescliffe, Stockton on Tees. TS16 0DH.

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Andy with Hotel owner Jeremy Leeds

Last Match Report

Warrington Town Evo-Stik Div. 1 North 20th September 2014

Sunday, September 21st, 2014

Spennymoor Town lost their 100% record away from home this season following a narrow 1-0 defeat at Warrington Town. Moors lacked that extra quality in the final third as they outnumbered their opponents on chances throughout the game, but failed to find a breakthrough against a physical and determined Town side.

Spennymoor had the first notable effort in the game when Paul Johnson met Keith Graydon’s free kick but his header was superbly pushed over by Warrington keeper Karl Wills.  From resulting corner Liam Henderson peeled off his marker but he couldn’t keep his header down at the back post.  Warrington took the lead after building up pressure in the 21st minute when left back Louis Corringan wasn’t closed down and his 20yd shot went through a crowded goalmouth and into Adam McHugh’s left hand corner.  Moors keeper McHugh then kept the score down to one with a great save to deny Conor Roberts, before another opportunity came to Moors when Lewis Dodds tried his luck from long range but his effort went wide.

Moors went even closer in the second half through Gavin Cogdon as he played a one-two with Andrew Stephenson but his effort struck the woodwork, then moments later Michael Roberts broke away but a chasing defender got something on the ball and it fell to Henderson who rolled his shot wide. Moors pressed for an equaliser but their opponents worked tirelessly off the ball, and made it difficult for Spennymoor especially keeper Wills who pulled off another stunning save to deny Henderson once again in the latter stages.


McHugh, 2 Groves, 3 Mason, 4 Dodds, 5 Tait, 6 P Johnson, 7 Stephenson, 8 Graydon, 9 Henderson, 10 Roberts, 11 Cogdon.

Subs Used:

Henry on for Roberts
Capper on for Graydon
Griffiths on for Groves

Subs Not Used:

McAndrew, Hayes.

Att: 131

Next Game

Tuesday 23rd September 2014
Spennymoor Town Vs. Ossett Albion
Evo 1N

Evo-Stik Division One North League Table

Position Team Played Points
1 Salford City 7 19
2 Droylsden 7 15
3 Scarborough Athletic 7 15
4 Northwich Victoria 7 14
5 Bamber Bridge 7 14

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