Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Leaders Look to Stay Ahead; WEARSIDE LEAGUE

Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Leaders Look to Stay Ahead; WEARSIDE LEAGUE

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TABLE-topping NEW MARSKE go to struggling Silksworth looking to stretch their sizzling start to the season.

The transformed team have won seven and drawn one of their opening eight games after a summer shake-up.

Last term whipping boys New Marske were locked in the basement but in the close season were taken over by three times Teesside League champions Carlin How who imported the entire team and committee to Gurney Street.

And after an eye-catching start they have gone from strength to strength.

Last time out they thumped then second placed Annfield Plain 6-2 in the Sunderland Shipowners Cup to take their tally to a hefty 32 goals in nine games.

WOLVISTON are looking to make up lost ground at the top of the table as they take on second placed Boldon.

The Villagers had a bright start and were in touch with the leaders but successive defeats at Ryhope and Whitehaven during a mini-injury crisis saw them slip back to seventh. …

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