05/11/16 Build Up

By JonTait
Nov. 04, 2016

Tomorrow is bonfire night, you can expect to see some fireworks in the Northern Football Alliance!

Newcastle University Vs. Northbank Carlisle

Newcastle University go into Saturdays clash with Northbank Carlisle in fourth place, three points off top spot with three games in hand over top spot. Last time out Newcastle won four-three at home. Uni will be hoping for a repeat of this. A win could see Newcastle University move to top off the tree.

Northbank Carlisle go into Saturdays game sixteenth with two points, still the only team not to have won a game this season. Last time out Northbank fell to a four-one home defeat to league leaders. Carlisle will be hoping to get their first three points of the season. Northbank will not move any higher with a victory but could see the gap between them and AFC Newbiggin narrow down to four points.

Percy Main Amateurs Vs. AFC Newbiggin

Percy Main Amateurs go into Saturdays game in tenth, taking twelve points from eleven games. Last time out Percy Main fell to a four-three defeat away from home at Newcastle University. Percy will be hoping to add another three points to their tally this weekend, a win could see Percy Main move as high as ninth.

AFC Newbiggin go into clash with Percy Main fifteenth, one spot from bottom place. AFC Newbiggin have only won two out of nine games and have also drawn three giving them nine points from a possible twenty-seven, taking an average of a point a game. A win could see Newbiggin move as high as tenth.

Red House Farm Vs. Birtley Town

Red House Farm start Saturdays game in twelfth with eleven points from ten games. Last time out Red House fell to a three-one loss to Killingworth Town. Farm will be hoping to reverse last times result. A win could see Farm move as high as tenth.

Birtley Town go into Saturdays game seventh, taking seventeen points from twelve games. Birtley fell to defeat last time out and will be hoping to get back on track with a win. A win could see Birtley move up to sixth.

Seaton Delaval AFC Vs. Whitley Bay A

Seaton Delaval go into their game eighth, with sixteen points from their opening twelve fixtures. A win could see Delaval move into seventh.

Whitley Bay A go into Saturday’s game in second place, level on points with leaders North Shields. Last time out Whitley Bay managed a four-one win, Whitley Bar will be hoping of a repeat of this. A win could see them move top of the tree.

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Alnmouth United Vs. Gateshead FC A

Alnmouth United start Saturday’s game sixteenth, one point behind the three teams above them. Last time out Alnmouth managed a two-one victory. United will be hoping to repeat this, a win could see them move up to twelfth.

Gateshead A go into Saturdays games second, three points behind leaders Grainger Park but Gateshead have a game in hand. A win could see Gateshead move up to top.

Felling Magpies Vs. New Fordley

Felling Magpies go into Saturdays game fifth, one point behind Monkseaton with a game in hand. Felliing will be hoping for a win, this could see them move up to third.

New Fordley go into the game sixth, taking eighteen points from twelve games. Last time out New Fordley fell to a four-nil defeat to Monkseaton. New Fordley will be hoping to reverse that with a win. A win could see New Fordley move up to third.

Gateshead Redheugh 1957 Vs. Hebburn Reyrolle

Gateshead Redheugh 1957 go into Saturday’s clash fifteenth with seven points. Gateshead will be hoping for a win; this could see them move up to eleventh.

Hebburn Reyolle start the day tenth, with fourteen points from twelve games. Last time out Reyolle won four-one, they will be hoping for a repeat of this. A win could see them move as high as seventh.

Hexham Vs. Cramlington Town

Hexham start Saturday’s game third, taking twenty-one points from eleven games. Hexham fell to a five-four defeat last time out to league leaders. Hexham will be hoping to react to this with a win. A win wouldn’t see Hexham move but could narrow the gap between them and second place Gateshead.

Cramlington Town go into Saturdays game eleventh, taking ten points from eleven games. Town fell to defeat last time out, which will make them hungry to get on to a winning streak. A win wouldn’t see them move any higher.

Wallsend Boys Club Vs. Seaton Burn

Wallsend Boys Club go into clash with Seaton Burn in fourteenth. Last time Wallsend Boys Club got beat two-one by Alnmouth Town. Wallsend Boys will be hoping to change this with a win. A win could see them move up to eleventh.

Seaton Burn start Saturday’s game twelfth with nine points from ten games. Seaton lost in their last game and will be wanting to make up that with a win on Saturday. A win could see Seaton move up to eleventh.

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Blyth FC Vs. Blyth Town A

Blyth FC go into Saturday’s game in thirteenth, with nine points from twelve games. Last time Blyth FC fell to a four-two defeat. They will be hoping to make up for this with a win against neighbours Blyth Town A. A win could see them move into eleventh spot.

Blyth Town A go into Saturdays clash sixth, taking sixteen points from twelve games. Last time out Blyth Town A fell to a three-two defeat. They will be hoping to reverse this against rivals Blyth Town A. A win could see Town A move up to third.

Whitley Bay Boys Club Seniors Vs. Ryton and Crawcrook Albion A

Whitley Bay Boys Club Seniors go into their weekend clash in eleventh place, taking twelve points from eleven games. Last time the boys club found a four-two victory, Whitley Bay will be hoping for a repeat, this could see them move up to seventh.

Ryton and Crawcrook Albion A go into their game fourteenth, one spot of bottom. Ryton have taken two wins and one draw from their first nine games, leaving them with seven points. Last time out Ryton and Crawcrook Albion fell to a seven-two loss, so they will be hoping to get three points to make up for their last game. Three points could see them move up to twelfth place.

Whitburn Athletic Vs. Wideopen And District

Whitburn Athletic start the game in seventh place, going into the game on the back of an impressive seven-two victory. Whitburn will be hoping for a repeat of this. A win could see Athletic move as high as fourth.

Wideopen And District go into Saturday’s game bottom of the league with only four points from their opening eleven games. Last time out Wideopen fell to a nine-one loss. Wideopen And District will be hoping to make up for this with a win. A win could see them move up to fourteenth.