Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Northern Alliance

Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Northern Alliance

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AT the end of an enforced six-week break, it's hoped that the Pin Point Recruitment Northern Alliance campaign will be back to some sort of normality this weekend.

While current leaders Wark are sidelined by cup commitments, second-placed Walker Central will try to trim their lead to three points by beating lowly hosts Murton. The day's top game has to be the meeting of fourth-placed Heaton Stannington and third-placed Killingworth Sporting at Grounsell Park.

In fifth spot but with some useful games in hand, Carlisle City still have a strong shout in this season's title race and completing a league double against Seaton Delaval at Wheatridge Park would give their hopes another boost.

Ponteland United have remained on the fringes as far as the championship contest is concerned but Jarrod Suddick's side has been travelling well, suffering only one defeat away from home this term. That may be bad news for this afternoon's hosts Ashington Colliers who have claimed only one scalp on their own patch and that was against Blyth Town last September. …

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