Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Keep Up with the Opposition

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Keep Up with the Opposition

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Dalton Park retail complex in Murton is hosting the region's first "keepy-uppie" football competition this weekend.

Contestants aged 16 and over will be invited to demonstrate their ball control skills in a series of competitions every hour between noon and 5.00 on Saturday and noon and 4.00 on Sunday.

The best five will then compete in the final at 5.00 on Sunday. To take part, turn up on either day or ring 0191 5266157.

Not so Murray

BRISTOL City have rejected bids from Reading and another First Division club for Scott Murray.

Sheedy goes

SECOND Division new-boys Hartlepool have parted company with assistant manager and former Newcastle player Kevin Sheedy.

Griff Spot on

ROCHDALE captain Gareth Griffiths has agreed a new two-year contract which will keep him at Spotland until 2005.

Keep the faith

LINCOLN goalkeeper Alan Marriott has turned down a move to Bradford in favour of staying at Sincil Bank.

Preston front

PRESTON striker George Koumantarakis is poised to commit his future to the club, according to chairman Derek Shaw. …

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