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Northumbrian
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Jun 8, 2018, 8:54 AM

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Provisional League
Premier Division
1 Alnwick Town (relegated from Northern League 2)
2 AFC Killingworth (merger of Killingworth Town and Killingworth YPC)
3 AFC Newbiggin
4 FC United Of Newcastle
5 Gateshead FC 'A'
6 Gateshead Rutherford
7 Newcastle Blue Star (Promoted - rename/replace Hazlerigg Victory)
8 Newcastle Chemifica (Promoted)
9 Newcastle University
10 North Shields Athletic
11 Percy Main Amateurs
12 Ponteland United
13 Seaton Delaval AFC
14 Shankhouse FC
15 Wallington FC
16 Whitley Bay A
Division 1
1 Bedlington FC (Promoted)
2 Blyth Spartans Reserves (Promoted)
3 Cullercoats
4 Felling Magpies
5 Forest Hall
6 Gosforth Bohemians
7 Hebburn Town U23's (Formerly Hebburn Reyrolle)
8 Hexham FC
9 Newcastle East End
10 New Fordley
11 Prudhoe Youth Club Seniors (Promoted)
12 Red Row Welfare
13 Seaton Burn
14 Wallsend Boys Club
15 Wallsend Community
16 Winlaton Vulcans (Promoted)
Division 2
1 Blyth FC
2 Blyth Town
3 Burradon FC (NEW - from Youth Football)
4 Coundon & Leeholme FC
5 Cramlington Town (relegated)
6 Cramlington United
7 Ellington FC (NEW - from Tynemouth Amateur League)
8 Gateshead Redheugh 1957
9 Rothbury FC (NEW - from North Northumberland League)
10 Seghill
11 Spittal Rovers
12 Stobswood Welfare (NEW - from Tynemouth Amateur League)
13 Whitburn & Cleadon FC (rename of Whitburn Athletic)
14 Whitley Bay Sporting Club
15 Wideopen and District
16 Willington Quay Saints
Leaving the league -
Birtley Town - Promoted to Northern League 2.
Ashington Colliers - folding
Northbank Carlisle - folding their senior team, continuing in Youth Football

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Right – I’ve tried to get my head around the Blyth teams/clubs before – but it’s still not making any sense!!!!!!!!!!

  1. What is the actual name of the Northern League side – are they Blyth or Blyth Town?

  2. Whichever name they actually are, there’s a Blyth and Blyth Town in the Northern Alliance – so one of them has to be named something different to the Northern League club doesn’t it? Or is one of the Northern Alliance Blyths the reserve side of the Northern League club?

  3. How many clubs does the small town of Blyth actually need?



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Right – I’ve tried to get my head around the Blyth teams/clubs before – but it’s still not making any sense!!!!!!!!!!

  1. What is the actual name of the Northern League side – are they Blyth or Blyth Town?

  2. Whichever name they actually are, there’s a Blyth and Blyth Town in the Northern Alliance – so one of them has to be named something different to the Northern League club doesn’t it? Or is one of the Northern Alliance Blyths the reserve side of the Northern League club?

  3. How many clubs does the small town of Blyth actually need?


Anyone feel free to correct me but I believe -
The NL club are Blyth AFC.
The NFA clubs are Blyth Town and Blyth FC.
Blyth F.C. used to be a youth team called Blyth Eagles and came into senior football via the Newcastle Corinthians League.
Blyth AFC, backed by a controversial local businessman, split away from Blyth Town.
Blyth Spartans and Blyth Spartans Reserves are the same club.
So that’s 4 separate clubs, 5 sides.
Also both Blyth Bebside Inn and The Tavern Blyth currently play Saturday football in the Newcastle Corinthians League.
It would be safe to say they’re pretty keen on football in Blyth, the equivalent would be Hartlepool with many Rugby Union clubs.

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Right – I’ve tried to get my head around the Blyth teams/clubs before – but it’s still not making any sense!!!!!!!!!!

  1. What is the actual name of the Northern League side – are they Blyth or Blyth Town?

  2. Whichever name they actually are, there’s a Blyth and Blyth Town in the Northern Alliance – so one of them has to be named something different to the Northern League club doesn’t it? Or is one of the Northern Alliance Blyths the reserve side of the Northern League club?

  3. How many clubs does the small town of Blyth actually need?


Anyone feel free to correct me but I believe -
The NL club are Blyth AFC.
The NFA clubs are Blyth Town and Blyth FC.
Blyth F.C. used to be a youth team called Blyth Eagles and came into senior football via the Newcastle Corinthians League.
Blyth AFC, backed by a controversial local businessman, split away from Blyth Town.
Blyth Spartans and Blyth Spartans Reserves are the same club.
So that’s 4 separate clubs, 5 sides.
Also both Blyth Bebside Inn and The Tavern Blyth currently play Saturday football in the Newcastle Corinthians League.
It would be safe to say they’re pretty keen on football in Blyth, the equivalent would be Hartlepool with many Rugby Union clubs.


So the Northumberland FA have let two separate clubs affiliate from the same town, under effectively the same name, the only difference being one is FC and one if AFC.

Really?


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Jun 8, 2018, 12:18 PM

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So the Northumberland FA have let two separate clubs affiliate from the same town, under effectively the same name, the only difference being one is FC and one if AFC.

Really?


Yep


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Jun 8, 2018, 12:33 PM

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So the ground I saw Blyth AFC at in the Northern League is being used by which one now? I know it's not the Northern League team as they are at Ashington.



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So the ground I saw Blyth AFC at in the Northern League is being used by which one now? I know it's not the Northern League team as they are at Ashington.



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Mello Yello
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Jun 10, 2018, 9:47 PM

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I read somewhere recently that Blyth AFC will back at their original ground, so both Blyth AFC and Blyth Town will be at South Newsham again next season


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I read somewhere recently that Blyth AFC will back at their original ground, so both Blyth AFC and Blyth Town will be at South Newsham again next season



It’s definitely not going to happen. The council have sent the club & Barry Elliott the lease details. Blyth AFC aren’t on the lease & since they became a separate club they’ve not had a secure tenure. They may have now at Ashington, but they’ve lied to the EBAC NL. They’ve also told him that he’ll never be allowed back at South Newsham again.



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Jun 11, 2018, 6:52 AM

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so as they have not got and never had a ground could moving to ashington be seen as groundsharing to gain promotion.


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so as they have not got and never had a ground could moving to ashington be seen as groundsharing to gain promotion.



The club told NL committee that they only left the ground, because of problems with the pitch & they were going back this coming season. The groundshare with Ashington was agreed on that basis. The truth is they owe money & things are unraveling. What happens next is down to the NL committee.......



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Northumbrian
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Jun 15, 2018, 12:04 AM

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Late change -
New Fordley have folded their senior team and withdrawn from Div 1.
Blyth Town have now been promoted to Div 1.
Jesmond placed into Div 2 (coming up from the Tyneside Amateur League with Ellington And Stobswood Welfare).


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Some news from the Northern Alliance regarding AFC Newbiggin -

A post on NonleagueZone explains this (username - redarmy)

yes AFC Newbiggin have folded sadly, had a great number of years managing them before going to the reserve team but unfortunately we have struggled for the last 2 years to field a team almost every week and if it wasnt for fielding half reserve team last 8 games of season we would not of been able to fulfil fixtures. brought in new coaches and hoped that we could add to current squad but it was not to be.
New fordley will take over and expect a name change in a few weeks.
Newbiggin reserves will continue in NNL (North Northumberland League) and will change name to afc newbiggin once fordley change has been made


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Hello All, I'm looking for some information about the Alliance. I've been up for the past two weekends hoping I've completed the top division, but I can never be certain!

I believe Grainger Park, who used to play at Grainger Park, are now FC United of Newcastle and play at the Langdale Centre. Are they the same club? Also, I believe Langdale Park was once the home of Wallsend Town. They departed the Alliance but are they still around?

Hazelrigg Victory has become Newcastle Blue Star and play at the aforementioned Grainger Park. Where were Hazelrigg playing before and is anyone using it now?

Finally AFC New Fordley has taken over from AFC Newbiggin. Are they using Newbiggin's ground or do they have their own?

I've been to all the above venues, but my record keeping is very poor. Research on the internet has given me little joy so I am hoping for some local expertise. What a ramble for my first ever post!


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Hello All, I'm looking for some information about the Alliance. I've been up for the past two weekends hoping I've completed the top division, but I can never be certain!

I believe Grainger Park, who used to play at Grainger Park, are now FC United of Newcastle and play at the Langdale Centre. Are they the same club? Also, I believe Langdale Park was once the home of Wallsend Town. They departed the Alliance but are they still around?

Hazelrigg Victory has become Newcastle Blue Star and play at the aforementioned Grainger Park. Where were Hazelrigg playing before and is anyone using it now?

Finally AFC New Fordley has taken over from AFC Newbiggin. Are they using Newbiggin's ground or do they have their own?

I've been to all the above venues, but my record keeping is very poor. Research on the internet has given me little joy so I am hoping for some local expertise. What a ramble for my first ever post!


FC United of Newcastle (awful name) are a name change from Grainger Park and currently play at Langdale Centre near the Silverlink interchange by the A19, Huge roadworks around there at the moment. Wallsend Town have folded.

Hazlerigg Victory continue as a Sunday League side paying at Hazlerigg Welfare ground in the village. Last season they played some home games at Druid Park near the Airport during the now forgotten monsoon season.
Their 1st team has morphed into Newcastle Blue Star and will play at Scotswood Sports Centre not far from the A1 and up from the River Tyne.

AFC New Fordley are a replacement for AFC Newbiggin but are no where near to Newbiggin by the Sea. They play at Annitsford Welfare ground in the village of the same name next to the village of New Fordley.

Also my local team Ponteland United will still be playing this season (to start with anyway) at their Leisure Centre home. The planned upgrade of the Leisure Centre has been delayed so the other options of either Druid Park or moving up to the High School whilst the work is carried out is on hold.

Druid Park (3G pitch) is currently the home ground of West Allotment Celtic in the Northern League but can be rented on an adhoc basis by other football/rugby clubs.


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Name change in Div 2.
Seghill FC are now called Seaton Sluice FC.


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A league meeting was held last night. Where it was announced that the Tyneside Amateur League will be joining the Northern Alliance leagues next season & creating a 4th Division(development league). Should be made public in the next couple of weeks.



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A league meeting was held last night. Where it was announced that the Tyneside Amateur League will be joining the Northern Alliance leagues next season & creating a 4th Division(development league). Should be made public in the next couple of weeks.


It’ll be sad to see the Tyneside Amateur go as an independent separate entity, I believe this is its 70th season.
Having said that, it’s probably no surprise - of the 11 remaining teams 5 are development/reserve sides of Northern Alliance clubs anyway.
The Northern Alliance currently has 3 feeder leagues. The North Northumberland is for clubs north of the River Wansbeck but the other 2 (Newcastle Corinthians and Tyneside Amateur) cover the same footprint. The Tyneside seems to have lost out - the Corinthians currently has 25 teams split over 3 divisions - over the last few seasons.
The Newcastle Corinthians is also launching a Sunday morning league next season to go along with its Saturday afternoon divisions and seems to be very progressive.
Hopefully this change won’t mean there’ll be less teams playing on a Saturday afternoon below the Alliance next season. There was a slight increase this season but it seems like a struggle to keep going for quite a few.


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A league meeting was held last night. Where it was announced that the Tyneside Amateur League will be joining the Northern Alliance leagues next season & creating a 4th Division(development league). Should be made public in the next couple of weeks.


It’ll be sad to see the Tyneside Amateur go as an independent separate entity, I believe this is its 70th season.
Having said that, it’s probably no surprise - of the 11 remaining teams 5 are development/reserve sides of Northern Alliance clubs anyway.

The Northern Alliance currently has 3 feeder leagues. The North Northumberland is for clubs north of the River Wansbeck but the other 2 (Newcastle Corinthians and Tyneside Amateur) cover the same footprint. The Tyneside seems to have lost out - the Corinthians currently has 25 teams split over 3 divisions - over the last few seasons.
The Newcastle Corinthians is also launching a Sunday morning league next season to go along with its Saturday afternoon divisions and seems to be very progressive.
Hopefully this change won’t mean there’ll be less teams playing on a Saturday afternoon below the Alliance next season. There was a slight increase this season but it seems like a struggle to keep going for quite a few.

The northern Alliance League seems to be the only league in the north east that is flourishing , Testament to a very hard working Management committee, Very rare to see them under capacity . I've a friend who runs a team in the League who says they turn teams away year in year out so maybe a good idea to run with 4 divisions and help the Tyneside Amateur league at the same time. Well done i say.



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AFC Killingworth have just announced they’re moving, from next season, to the Northumberland FAs Blue Flames ground. This should mean they can be promoted to Step 6 N.L. Div 2 at the end of next season with a top 5 finish and if above any other eligible candidates.


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AFC Killingworth have just announced they’re moving, from next season, to the Northumberland FAs Blue Flames ground.


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North Northumberland League Champions AFC Newbiggin and Tyneside Amateur League Champions Haltwhistle Jubilee have both announced they’ve been accepted into Division Two for next season.
This means along with promoted Newcastle University at least one other side must be leaving the league.
There must be a big doubt re: Gateshead FC ‘A’ due to the clubs current problems too.


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North Northumberland League Champions AFC Newbiggin and Tyneside Amateur League Champions Haltwhistle Jubilee have both announced they’ve been accepted into Division Two for next season.
This means along with promoted Newcastle University at least one other side must be leaving the league.
There must be a big doubt re: Gateshead FC ‘A’ due to the clubs current problems too.


OR...the Northern Alliance may just be honouring existing promotion and relegation agreements / acknowledging the levels that the NNL and TAL are at this season just completed. Thus promorion for Haltwhistle and Newbiggin from Step 10' to 'Step 9'.

If they were to merely join the new Division Three with the rest of the TAL clubs, then they'd not be going up a level.

And they could just relegate bottom side Burradon to the new Division Three?

 
 


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