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Club Travel – Details Released

Sunday, July 26th, 2015

The club will again provide a 49 seater coach courtesy of Compass Royston to away games up and till the end of December when the club will review it.

Due to an increase in costs the fee for a seat will be £10 per person per game with no 10% reduction for supporters club members this season.

Chairman Brad Groves said today ‘We are trying to keep the cost down for supporters as much as possible but with the increase in costs by the provider we were no longer able to provide as discount but I think the £10 price is still good one and great value considering some of the distances involved, We will run the scheme up until Christmas and then we will review the package again based on usage’

Club Operations Director Steve Lawson has provided the details of the first few away trips as follows:

The coach for the pre-season friendly against Tadcaster Albion FC next weekend will leave The Brewery Field at 12 noon next Saturday 1st August and return at 5:30pm from Tadcaster.

We will be selling seats for the trip at the Guisborough Town game on Tuesday evening or you can reserve your seat by calling Steve on 0787 1206474.

 We are also happy to announce the details for the away games in august

 Saturday 15th August Glossop North End the coach will leave the brewery field at 10:45am and return at 5.30pm


Tuesday 25th August Ossett Town the coach will leave the brewery field at 5:45pm and return at 9:40pm


Saturday 29th August Harrogate RA in the FA Cup Preliminary Round the coach will leave the brewery field at 12noon and return at 5:30pm


Monday 31st August Farsley Celtic the coach will leave the brewery field at 11:45am and return at 5.30pm
 

The usual rules for official club travel will apply and the buses will depart at the appointed times.

Stephenson on the Transfer List

Saturday, July 25th, 2015

Midfielder Andrew Stephenson has today handed a transfer request in due to work commitments. Andrew feels that the travelling is becoming a major hurdle and he doesn't want to let the club down by missing games.

The club has regrettably granted his request and clubs are to contact the manager if they are interested in Andrews services.

Moors Sign James Risbrough

Friday, July 24th, 2015
James Risbrough

James Risbrough

 

Moors First Team Manager Jason Ainsley today revealed a new signing to the club.

‘I am delighted to announce that we have signed James Risbrough on a 2 year deal subject to international clearance.

‘Munchie’ is a player I have kept a close eye on for a while and is a very athletic wide player who will bring pace and strength to our side which is something I feel we are missing and at 6,2″ he will be a big presence on the pitch which is something this league demands.

James has the desire to keep progressing as a player and at 22 he still has the opportunity to do this and I know the supporters will make him feel welcome.’

James went on to add ‘ I am delighted to have signed for Spennymoor Town as I see it as a club that are ambitious and that matches my character,  I was delighted with Jason after meeting with him and his plans for me as a player and I know I can produce his expectations of me on the pitch.

It is a very professional club and I can’t wait to get started, I hope we can gain promotion as that is the aim and the reason I have come here is to win things.

I am looking forward to working with Jason and Anth but can’t wait to start delivering the goods on the pitch.

James has been playing in Sweden for Ytterhogdals IK  and was with Guisborough Town last season.  We welcome him to the Brewery Field and look forward to seeing him in the black & white shirt.

Newcastle v Sunderland at the Brewery Field

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015

On Tuesday the 4th of August Spennymoor Town’s Brewery Field will host Newcastle United WFC’s friendly against Sunderland Development under floodlights.

Newcastle Coach Keith Graydon told us earlier ‘The whole Newcastle United squad are looking forward to playing at such a great facility, and we would like to thank Spennymoor Town for hosting the game free of charge, saving vital funds for the long season ahead.’

The game will take place on Tuesday 4th August 2015 and will kick-off at 7.30pm and will pit the Newcastle United WFC first team against the FA Women’s Super League Development side.

 

Hartlepool Game – Supporters Information

Friday, July 17th, 2015

With demand expected to be high, supporters are encouraged to get to the ground early. There will be no reservations on seats in the main stand for fans it will be on first come first served basis, at no extra cost. 

Spennymoor Town have issued important information to fans of both sides, who are all being strongly advised to give themselves plenty of time.

All spectators are advised to arrive at least half an hour before the game kicks off at 3pm, with turnstiles open from 1.30pm to avoid potential congestion.

Parking is limited and everyone is encouraged to use public transport, taxis and group up as much as possible.

Fans are requested to respect the surrounding areas and show consideration to neighbouring residents.

Turnstiles will be in operation on the Wood Vue side of the ground.

The local police teams may ticket cars that are illegally or inconsiderately parked. Spectators are also asked to respect the areas surrounding the ground.

The club bars are open in both ends of the main stand for supporters but are restricted to 100 in either end at any one time, A burger van and toilets will be in operation within the ground.

Fans are strongly advised to use public transport or car sharing and to give themselves plenty of time.

Any persons that are deemed to be intoxicated and are likely to cause for concern will be refused entry.

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