Build Up 24/09/16


Ashington Colliers Vs. Seaton Delaval AFC

Ashington will go into Saturdays game on twelve points, sitting in seventh. If other results go in favour of Ashington, win could see the Colliers move up four spaces into third, leap frogging opponents Seaton.

Seaton Delaval go into Saturdays game in fourth, two points ahead of opponents Ashington. A win could see Delaval move up to second, only behind Whitley Bay A.

Gateshead Rutherford AFC Vs. Percy Main Amateurs

Gateshead go into the game on Saturday in fourteenth, four points behind Saturdays opponents. If results go in favour of Gateshead, they could move one space up to thirteenth.

Percy Main will start the game in twelfth, on the back of a three one defeat to Saturdays opponents Gateshead Rutherford. If Percy Main get revenge against Gateshead, they could move as high as eighth.

Newcastle University Vs. North Shields Athletic F.C.

Newcastle University start the game eighth on eleven points, three points behind opponents North Shields. However, Newcastle Uni have two games in hand. Coming into the game on the back of a three one cup win will give Newcastle a boost. If results go in favour of Newcastle, three points would see them could move as high as fourth.

North Shields will go into the game in fifth, winning four of their opening nine games. Having lost four two in their last game, Shields will want to get a win to rebuild confidence. A win could see North Shields move three places up the table, going into second.

Shankhouse F C Vs. AFC Newbiggin

Shankhouse start Saturday’s game second from bottom(fifteenth.) Having only picked up three points in their opening eight games, Shankhouse will be wanting to get more points on the board. With a win they could possibly move as high as thirteenth.

AFC Newbiggin go into Saturdays clash with Shankhouse thirteenth winning two of their opening five league games. A win could see Newbiggin move up to eleventh.

Walker Central Vs. Whitley Bay A

Walker Central currently sit second, three points behind opponents Whitley Bay A with a game in hand. Walker would move walker into top spot.

Whitley Bay go into the clash with Walker top. Whitley Bay have had a good start to the season, picking up nineteen points out of a possible twenty-seven. Whitley Bay will be wanting to make top spot theirs. A win could see them six points clear.

Ponteland United Vs. Wallington

Ponteland United go into the game third, four points off top spot. Ponteland go into the game against Wallington on the back of a three nil victory in the cup. Ponteland will be hoping to build on this and get three points to mount a title challenge. Three points could see them move up to second.

Wallington go into the game eleventh picking up nine points from their opening seven games. A win could see Wallington move up four places into seventh.


Heaton Stannington A Vs. Wallsend Boys Club

Heaton Stannington A kick off Saturdays game in thirteenth position with four points from their opening eight games. Having won their last game five-two Heaton will want to add more points to their tally. Three points could take Heaton up to tenth.

Wallsend Boys Club start Saturdays game eleventh, having won two and drew one of their opening seven games. Wallsend could reach as high as eighth.

Monkseaton FC Vs. Hexham

Monkseaton go into Saturdays game sixth having won four of their seven games and picking up two draws, leaving the club with fourteen points. Monkseaton could move third, leapfrogging opponents Hexham.

Hexham start the game fourth, three points behind league leaders Gateshead A. Having won their last league game four-one. Hexham will be hoping to build on that. A win could see them move top of the pile.

New Fordley Vs. Grainger Park FC

New Fordley will kick off fifth in the table, winning four and drawn two, New Fordley could take their points total to seventeen with a win, this could see them climb up to third.

Grainger Park go into the game second, only behind Gateshead A on goal difference. A win could see Grainger move into top spot.

Gateshead Redheugh 1957 Vs. Gosforth Bohemians

Gateshead Redheugh 1957 currently sit fourteenth in the table. They have picked up one win and one draw out of their opening eight games. A win could see Gateshead move as high as tenth.

Gosforth Bohemians currently sit bottom of the table, having only one point from their opening seven games. Gosforth will be hopping to climb off bottom spot. Only a win would be able to do this. A win could see Gosforth move as high as twelfth.

Seaton Burn Vs. Hebburn Reyrolle

Seaton Burn kick off Saturday’s game in eighth, haven taken nine points from their opening seven games. A win could see the Burn move up to third place.

Hebburn Reyrolle go into Saturday twelfth, with one win and a draw, leaving Hebburn on four points. A win could see them move as high as tenth.

Cullercoats Vs. Cramlington Town

Cullercoats start Saturdays game in tenth, 2 points and one position above opponents Cramlington Town. With three points Cullercoats would go above opponents Cramlington Town and could potentially move up to eighth.

Cramlington Town sit in ninth on nine points, winning half, losing half of their opening games. A win for the town could see them move up to eighth, above Seaton Burn.


Cramlington United Vs. Bedlington Town FC

Cramlington United start the game twelfth, having taken seven points from seven games, with an average of one point per game. A win could see United move all the way up to fifth.

Bedlington Town kick off Saturdays game fourth, haven won four of their opening seven games and drawing one. A win could take Bedlington up to second, only behind Killingworth YPC.

Forest Hall Vs. Blyth Town A

Forest Hall start the game fifth in the table, with ten points out of their opening five games, an average of two points per game.

Blyth Town A go into Saturdays clash ninth after winning two and drawing one of their opening six games. A win for Blyth Town A could take them as high as fifth.

Hazlerigg Victory Vs. Killingworth YPC

This will be a great game! Hazlerigg Victory start the game second in the table only behind opponents Killingworth YPC by 8 points with a game in hand. A win would see Hazlerigg close in on Killingworth, taking the gap down to five points.

Killingworth YPC go into the clash top of the tree with twenty-two points. Killingworth are the only team not to have lost a game this season and will be hoping to continue that. A win for Killingworth will see them stay top and could widen the gap between first and second to eleven points.

Whitburn Athletic Vs. Blyth FC

Whitburn go into Saturdays match eighth, collecting eight points from their opening six games. A win could see Whitburn move up fifth.

Blyth Town start the game bottom. Byltlh won their last league game two-one. Blyth will be hoping to replicate this on Saturday. If this happens Blyth could move as high as thirteenth.

Wideopen And District Vs. Red Row Welfare

Wideopen And District go into their clash with Red Row Welfare fourteenth. Having only won one game and drawn one out of eight, Wideopen will want to get more points on the board. A win could see Wideopen And District move up to ninth.

Red Row Welfare start Saturdays game in third position. Having won four and drawing one leaves Red Row on 13 points. A win for the club could see Red Row Welfare move into second position.

Willington Quay Saints Vs. Prudhoe Youth Club FC Seniors

Willington Quay Saints start the game sixth on the back of a two all draw with second place Hazlerigg Victory. This will give Willington confidence and will be hoping they can get a better result against Prudhoe Youth Club FC Seniors. A win could see Willington Quay Saints move up to fifth.

Prudhoe Youth Club FC Seniors will go into Saturday in tenth place. Collecting seven points from their opening seven games, Prudhoe Youth Club FC Seniors have collected an average of one point per game. A win for Prudhoe Youth Club FC Seniors could see them move up to fifth.