Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Northern Alliance

Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Northern Alliance

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BLYTH Town boss Michael Connor hopes to bring in some fresh legs to bolster his team. "We are on the lookout for any players wanting to test themselves at Alliance Premier level as injuries and work commitments have decimated the squad," he said.

Blyth have no new injury worries and should welcome back Mark Waugh and Lee Barnes for their trip to Murton. Town are also keen to bring in additional committee members to assist with the PR, administration and general running of their great set-up at South Newsham, which includes 20 junior and two senior sides.

Ashington Colliers manager David Brown could include striker Marc Richardson, who has been sidelined for the past 16 months with a knee injury, for their visit to Stocksfield while Mal Lawson and Simon Cunningham come back into the Colliers squad.

Seaton Delaval entertain Harraby Catholic Club having missed the last few weeks because of the weather.

The Red Devils have Dave Low as a slight fitness doubt while Grant Patterson has just been through another operation on his broken leg which has ruled him out for the season. …

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