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Newcastle Building Society Premier Division KICK OFF 2.30 PM

Ashington Colliers Vs. Killingworth Town  

Ashington Colliers start the game in fourth position. The club currently sit on twelve points, four behind league leaders Walker. A win will put Ashington third depending on how Ponteland get on.

Killingworth Town sit sixth. The club have a tally of eleven points, one behind opponents Ashington. A win could move Killingworth as high as third, yet again, depending on how Ponteland get on.

Ponteland United Vs. Northbank Carlisle

Ponteland sit fifth, only behind fourth place Ashington on goal difference with Ponteland also having a game in hand. A win would see them lifted to third depending on Ashington's result against Killingworth.

Northbank Carlisle currently sit bottom of the table with a game in hand. They have only collected two points from six games. A win would see Northbank move up to fourteenth.


Bay Plastics Division One KICK OFF 2.30 PM

Heaton Stannington A Vs. Alnmouth United

Heaton Stannington currently sit rock bottom of the Bay Plastics First Division. The club have conceded 31 goals in 7 games. Heaton can climb as high as twelfth with a win.

Alnmouth start the game in fourteenth, picking up three points in five games. With a win United can move up to twelfth with a win.

Hexham Vs. Gosforth Bohemians

Hexam start Saturdays game in a respectable seventh place with twelve points. A win could see Hexham rise as high as third.

Gosforth start the day second off bottom joint on points with bottom Heaton but have a game in hand. Winless Gosforth could move up to twelfth with a win.

Wallsend Labour Club Vs. Gateshead Redheugh 1957

Wallsend Labour Club currently sit sixth after winning four and drawing one of their six opening games, gaining thirteen points. A win on Saturday could see Wallsend raise to third.

Gateshead Redheugh 1957 sit thirteenth, level on points with Hebburn Reyrolle. A win could see Gateshead move up to eleventh.


Bluefin Sports Insurance Division Two KICK OFF 2:30PM

Bedlington Town Vs. Spittal Rovers

Bedlington Town sit fifth. Winning half of their opening games and drawing one. Bedlington could move up to second if other results go their way.

Spittal Rovers sit eleventh on six points after five games. The club would have nine points if Rovers win Saturdays game. This could see them move up to seventh.

Blyth FC Vs. Wideopen and District

Blyth FC currently sit rock bottom of the Bluefin Sports Insurance League. Getting a second win would see Blyth move up to eleventh if results go in favour of Blyth FC.

Wideopen and District currently sit second from bottom, with only opponents Blyth below them. Wideopen could move up to ninth with a win.

Hazlerigg Victory Vs. Willington Quay Saints

Hazlerigg Victory currently sit second, only behind Killingworth YPC whom are six points ahead, however Hazlerigg have a game in hand over the top club Killingworth. A win for Hazlerigg Victory wouldn’t have an effect on the clubs position at all.

Willington Quay Saints currently sit seventh with eight points, joint on points and goal difference with eighth place Whitburn. Willington will be looking to pull away with a win. A win could lift Willington Quay Saints up to fourth.

Killingworth YPC Vs. Whitley Bay Boys Club Seniors

Killingworth YPC currently sit top of the pile with nineteen points, six clear of second place Hazlerigg. A win for the first place club wouldn’t change the clubs position in the league table but could put them nine points clear.

Whitley Bay Boys Club Seniors are currently twelfth, joint on points with Spittal Rovers, whom have a game in hand. A win for the club could see them rise as high seventh.

Bay Plastics George Dobbins League Cup. Round 1. KICK OFF 2.00 PM

Durham FA Minor Cup. Round 1. KICK OFF 1.30 PM.

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