19/11/16 Build Up

By JonTait
Nov. 18, 2016


North Shields Athletic F.C. Vs. Northbank Carlisle

North Shields Athletic go into Saturdays clash second, level on points with leaders Newcastle, only behind on goal difference, one goal in it! With University out of action Shields have a chance to top the table. A win would see North Shields Athletic go three points clear at the top of the tree.

Northbank Carlisle go into the game bottom of the table, drawing two games, leaving them with two points. Northbank will be hoping to find their first victory of the season, a win for Northbank wouldn’t see them move off bottom but would close the gap between fifteenth placed AFC Newbiggin.

Wallington Vs. Ashington Colliers

Wallington go into their clash eleventh, taking twelve points from eleven games, three points behind Saturdays opponents. A win of ten or more would see Wallington move up to tenth.

Ashington Colliers go into Saturdays game tenth on fifteen points. A win would see Ashington more up to eighth.


Heaton Stannington A Vs. Cullercoats

Heaton Stannington A go into the game tenth, taking sixteen points from twelve games, with five wins and a draw. A win could see Heaton move up to sixth, leaving them with nineteen points.

Cullercoats go into their clash seventh, on the back of a four-one defeat. Culleroats will be hoping to make up for this with three points. A win could see Cullercoats move up to fifth.

Hexham Vs. Gateshead FC A

Hexham go into Saturdays match third, only three points behind leaders Gateshead A. A win for Hexham could see them go top on goal difference.

Gateshead A go into the game top, level on points with second place Grainger Park. A win could see Gateshead A go three points clear, however Grainger Park would have a game in hand.


Bedlington Town FC Vs. Blyth FC

Bedlington Town go into their Saturday game seventh, taking seventeen points from eleven games. A win for Bedlington could see them move up to fourth.

Blyth FC go into Saturdays game in twelfth, taking ten points from fourteen games. A win for Blyth could see them move up to eleventh.

Spittal Rovers Vs. Whitley Bay Boys Club Seniors

Spittal Rovers go into Saturdays game sit thirteenth, with at least three games in hand over all the teams in hand. If Spittal Rovers win all their games in hand, they could rise as high as fifth. A win for Spittal Rovers in their next game could see them rise above opponents Whitley Bay Boys into eleventh.

Whitley Bay Boys Club Seniors go into Saturdays game in eleventh with twelve points, winning four from their opening eleventh. A win could see Whitley Bay Boys move up to eighth.

Forest Hall Vs. Wideopen And District

Forest Hall go into their game third in the table, one point behind second place and ten behind the leaders. A win for Forest Hall could see them move up to second.

Wideopen And District go into Saturdays clash bottom of the league in fifteenth, three points behind second off bottom Ryton and Crawcrook Albion A, however Wideopen have a considerably worse goal difference and Ryton have four games in hand. Only a win of more than thirty eight would see Wideopen And District move off bottom spot.