Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Dumighan Is Ready for a Tough Battle; TYNESIDE SENIOR LG NORTHUMBERLAND AND

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Dumighan Is Ready for a Tough Battle; TYNESIDE SENIOR LG NORTHUMBERLAND AND

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DIVISION A1 leaders Swalwell are braced for a battle royal tomorrow when in-form Newcastle City are the visitors.

Swalwell skipper Paul Dumighan said: "They have several good players and have been moving up the table, so it will be a tough test for us.

"Neil Corby is away so Guy Saxton (pictured below) comes in for him."

Consett journey to secondplaced Shotley Bridge hoping to maintain their recent fine record against them.

Chairman Alan Waters said: "We have beaten Shotley twice in the last year or so.

"Once at their place last season and we also beat them this year at our ground.

"They did, however, defeat us in a cup tie last week so we are anticipating a very competitive game."

Paul Ringer comes in for Andy Stokoe, Ian Cox for Dan Milligan and Mark Dixon returns in place of Simon Wilkinson.

Lintz in fourth, entertain thirdplaced Ashington.

Lintz skipper Gary Christie said: "We had a good win last Saturday against Tynedale and took fourth position. …

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