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And not just once. Thirty two times no less.

I never thought when I signed up for these boards I'd still be here thirteen and a half years later.

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Well, that's a teaser if I ever saw one...

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Looking forward to this one Nobby. I never thought all those years ago you'd be using editor updates one day either :brock:

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Barside   

Nice to see some things refusing to die, not sure how much Brody would approve though.

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Well, that's a teaser if I ever saw one...

Oh yes, I plan on another epic save. The flip side it's going to take me an epic amount of real time to play it!

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Looking forward to this one Nobby. I never thought all those years ago you'd be using editor updates one day either :brock:
Nice to see some things refusing to die, not sure how much Brody would approve though.

There were a few who left LLM when the competitor editor was created, enabling us to play at even lower levels. After much discussion*, this tool was deemed correctly against LLM. I still play the game in exactly the same manner I always have, the only difference is I use files to allow me to play at lower levels in England.

*iajafer saying no

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Welcome to Lyme Valley Parkway Stadium, home of Newcastle Town Football Club. The aim... to take my hometown club as far as I can.

Updates will be a little different than before. As it takes me much longer to play the game these days, I shall be doing monthly updates, though I won't be posting a lot of screens. Some threads I read take a long time to load due to the number of screens, even on Virgin internet.

Here I am...

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2015/6 - Northern Premier League First Division South

I am given a one year contract on £400 per week.

Board: Top half

Media: 7th

Bookies: 14-1

Season tickets: Awaiting final figures

Value: £170,000

Sponsors: Main kit sponsor £5,000 per season for two seasons (one left)

Lyme Valley Parkway Stadium holds 4,000 (300 seats) with poor training facilities and basic youth facilities.

See you at the end of August.

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I try again with the EEE release of v9.0.2. The game is much more stable from what I have read and the set up is identical to above.

AUGUST 2015

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Belper Town 1 Newcastle Town 2 (Clayton 2) 213

Newcastle Town 2 Tividale 0 (Urwin, Clayton) 107

Newcastle Town 1 Daventry Town 2 (Clayton) 114

Gresley 0 Newcastle Town 2 (Bridge, Clayton) 206

A very good start to the league with Clayton scoring five in the first four games. The season shows much promise

1st Rugby Town - Played 4, 10 points

5th Newcastle Town - Played 4, 9 points

22nd Loughborough Dynamo - Played 4, 0 points

FA CUP

PRELIMINARY ROUND - Newcastle Town 2 Shoreham 0 (Clayton, Blake) 454 (£1,925 prize money)

A comfortable win against level 9 opponents. We're drawn at Saffron Walden in the next round, also from level 9.

Happy with the start to the season. :)

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SEPTEMBER 2015

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

After a very good start in August, Clayton loses his shooting boots and results are mixed.

Newcastle Town 4 Kidsgrove Athletic 2 (Mills, Blake, Carter, Urwin) - 89

Sheffield 1 Newcastle Town 0 - 165

Coalville Town 1 Newcastle Town 1 (Cole) - 123

Newcastle Town 3 Carlton Town 1 (Mills 2, Blake) - 98

Newcastle Town 1 Shaw Lane Aquaforce 5 (Urwin) - 103

1st Rugby Town - Played 10, 22 points

7th Newcastle Town - Played 9, 16 points

22nd Loughborough Dynamo - Played 10, 1 point

FA CUP

A comfortable win at Saffron Walden before an excellent performance at Corby who are two leagues above us in National League North. We blow it in the replay though.

FIRST QUALIFYING ROUND - Saffron Walden Town 0 Newcastle Town 2 (Preece, Bridge) - 735 (£3,000 prize money)

SECOND QUALIFYING ROUND - Corby Town 0 Newcastle Town 0 - 540

SECOND QUALIFYING ROUND REPLAY - Newcastle Town 0 Corby Town 3 - 570

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OCTOBER 2015

A pretty decent month on the whole. Mattis is a new signing and scores in both of his first two games.

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Newcastle Town 0 Stafford Rangers 1 - 108

Newcastle Town 0 Stocksbridge Park Steels 1 - 84

Loughborough Dynamo 0 Newcastle Town 1 (Clayton) - 63

Newcastle Town 2 Lincoln United 1 (Mills pen, Urwin) - 98

Rugby Town 1 Newcastle Town 1 (Mattis) - 257

1st Carlton Town - Played 16, 31 points

6th Newcastle Town - Played 14, 23 points

22nd Loughborough Dynamo - Played 15, 6 points

FA TROPHY

PRELIMINARY ROUND - Newcastle Town 4 Redbridge 0 (Clayton 2, Bridge, Mills) - 86 plus £2,500 prize money

FIRST QUALIFYING ROUND - Newcastle Town 3 Ashton United 0 (Mattis, Bridge, Parker) - 90 plus £2,700 prize money

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NOVEMBER 2015

A little bit up and down, though we finished the month strong. At least we're not England.

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Spalding United 1 Newcastle Town 0 - 79

Market Drayton Town 1 Newcastle Town 1 (Preece) - 69

Chasetown 1 Newcastle Town 1 (Mattis) - 169

Basford United 1 Newcastle Town 2 (Urwin, Preece) - 118

Newcastle Town 2 Romulus 1 (Clayton, Bridge) - 95

1st Carlton Town - Played 20, 40 points

6th Newcastle Town - Played 19, 31 points

22nd Loughborough Dynamo - Played 19, 7 points

FA TROPHY

SECOND QUALIFYING ROUND - Bamber Bridge 3 Newcastle Town 1 (Clayton) - 127

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE CHALLENGE CUP

FIRST ROUND - Daventry Town 0 Newcastle Town 1 (Cole) - 64

ELSEWHERE...

Chester vote in a new Chairman in their elections... David Beckham.

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December 2015

A disappointing month, with only a Boxing Day win over local rivals Leek the only success.

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Carlton Town 3 Newcastle Town 2 (Sanders, Nicholls) - 124

Newcastle Town 1 Goole 1 (Mattis) - 91

Newcastle Town 0 Sheffield 4 - 102

Shaw Lane Aquaforce 3 Newcastle Town 1 (Clayton) - 117

Newcastle Town 2 Leek Town 0 (Urwin, Mattis pen) - 114

Kidsgrove Athletic 3 Newcastle Town 2 (Mattis, Clayton) - 98

That leaves the table looking like this entering 2016.

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NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE CHALLENGE CUP

SECOND ROUND - Matlock Town 2 Newcastle Town 1 (Bridge) - 209

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At least you beat Leek in December...

Do you think you'll meet those media predictions for 7th?

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Given I have a crystal ball and I am now in March, I can't really answer that Ron or I will give some spoilers away. :D

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JANUARY 2016

A very good month - undefeated and away from home the goals were flying in. If we carry this form on, we will be looking good to push into the playoffs.

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Newcastle Town 0 Rugby Town 0 - 110

Newcastle Town 3 Belper Town 1 (Mattis 3) - 83

Tividale 1 Newcastle Town 4 (Clayton 2, Bridge, Mattis) - 96

Newcastle Town 1 Gresley 1 (Mattis) - 95

Daventry Town 1 Newcastle Town 3 (Mattis, France, Sanders) - 132

1st Shaw Lane Aquaforce - Played 30, 59 points

9th Newcastle Town - Played 30, 46 points

22nd Loughborough Dynamo - Played 30, 13 points

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FEBRUARY 2016

A thumping at high flying Stafford but decent other results see us keep on the coat tails of the playoffs.

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Stafford Rangers 4 Newcastle Town 0 - 290

Newcastle Town 1 Market Drayton Town 0 (Mattis) - 82

Stocksbridge Park Steels 0 Newcastle Town 0 - 203

Newcastle Town 2 Loughborough Dynamo 0 (Bridge, Clayton) - 96

1st Shaw Lane Aquaforce - Played 34, 66 points

7th Newcastle Town - Played 34, 53 points

22nd Loughborough Dynamo - Played 34, 13 points

STAFFORDSHIRE SENIOR CUP

QUARTER FINAL - Stoke City under 21s 5 Newcastle Town 2 (Cole, Clayton) - 234

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MARCH 2016

 

Not many matches this month. After the first game of the month, we adopt a more attacking strategy and you can see the results for yourself...

 

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Newcastle Town 1 Chasetown 1 (Fowler) - 100

Romulus 2 Newcastle Town 4 (Sanders 3, Bridge) - 77

Newcastle Town 6 Coalville Town 4 (Clayton 3, Bridge 2, Blake) - 115

Leek Town 2 Newcastle Town 5 (Cope 2 (1 pen), Clayton, Sanders, Grocott og) - 280

 

1st Shaw Lane Aquaforce - Played 38, 74 points

6th Newcastle Town - Played 38, 63 points

22nd Loughborough Dynamo - Played 38, 15 points (relegated)

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APRIL 2016

The goal machine shows down, but it is a tremendous end of the season for those in North Staffordshire...

 

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION SOUTH

Newcastle Town 3 Basford United 1 (Cope, Clayton, Mattis) - 111

Lincoln United P Newcastle Town P (waterlogged pitch)

Lincoln United 3 Newcastle Town 1 (Clayton) - 130

Newcastle Town 4 Spalding United 2 (Clayton 2, Mattis, Cope) - 109

With one game to play... Stocksbridge 71 points, Leek 70 points, Newcastle Town 69 points... two out of the three will make the playoffs...

Goole 1 Newcastle Town 2 (Clayton, Urwin) - 83 - comeback win

Spalding United 3 Leek Town 0 ------ Stocksbridge Park Steels 2 Belper Town 2

PLAYOFF SEMI FINAL - Shawl Lane Aquaforce 1 Newcastle Town 3 (Clayton 2, Nicholls) - 469

PLAYOFF FINAL - Newcastle Town 2 Stafford Rangers 2 (Cope, Clayton) - 980 - Newcastle Town win 6-5 on penalities

NEWCASTLE TOWN ARE PROMOTED :):):)

 

Full end of season update to follow when I get far enough in the game.

Edited by Nobby_McDonald

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2015/6 - Newcastle Town (Northern Premier League First Division South)

I am given a 1 year on £400 per week, part time
Main kit sponsor is a 2 year deal worth £5,000 and has 1 year left to run.
Board: Top half
Media: 7th
Bookies: 14-1
Season tickets: 30 for £3,600
Club value: £170,000

We are solid but not to consistant. That is until a change of tactics to a more attacking style of play in early March sees the goals fly in and shoot us up the table, which is enough to make the playoffs.

PLAYOFFS SEMI FINAL - Shaw Lane Aquaforce 1 Newcastle Town 3 (469)
PLAYOFFS FINAL - Newcastle Town 2p Stafford Rangers 2 (980)

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Top rating: Alex Mudimu 7.30
Top goalscorer: Harry Clayton 29 in 51 games
Top league goalscorer: Harry Clayton 24 in 43 games (golden boot)
Top assists: Ricky Bridge 17

PLAYER OF THE YEAR
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YOUNG PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Alex Mudimu

 

 

Edited by Nobby_McDonald

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2015/6 - Cups

FA CUP
A couple of solid wins against lower league opposition before we earn a very creditable draw at Corby. We lose the replay at home 3-0 in the Second Qualifying Round.
Two non league teams reached the Third Round
Wolverhampton Wanderers 3 KIDDERMINSTER HARRIERS 0 (17,739)
CHORLEY 0 Middlesbrough 2 (4,100)

OTHER CUPS
We also make the Second Qualifying Round of the FA Trophy where we go down 3-1 at Bamber Bridge.
Matlock put us out of the Northern Premier League Challenge Cup in Round 2 while Stoke under 21s were too good for us in the Staffordshire Senior Cup Quarter Final.

Edited by Nobby_McDonald

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Roll of Honour

PREMIER LEAGUE
Champions: Arsenal
Champions League: Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, AFC Bournemouth
Europa League: Liverpool (5th), Manchester City (FA Cup winners), West Ham United (7th)
Relegated: Crystal Palace, Sunderland, Leicester City

CHAMPIONSHIP
Champions: Brighton & Hove Albion
Promoted: Cardiff City, Derby County
Relegated: Birmingham City, Preston North End, Rotherham United

LEAGUE ONE
Champions: Millwall
Promoted: Peterborough United, Wigan Athletic
Relegated: Walsall, Bury, Crewe Alexandra, Shrewsbury Town

LEAGUE TWO
Champions: Wycombe Wanderers
Promoted: Plymouth Argyle, Leyton Orient, Notts County
Relegated: Accrington Stanley, Hartlepool United

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Champions: Grimsby Town
Promoted: Cheltenham Town
Relegated: Aldershot Town, Barrow, Guiseley, Woking

NATIONAL LEAGUE NORTH
Champions: Boston United
Promoted: Nuneaton Town
Relegated: Gainsborough Trinity, Corby Town, Gloucester City

NATIONAL LEAGUE SOUTH
Champions: Margate
Promoted: Ebbsfleet United
Relegated: Basingstoke Town, Truro City, Weston-super-Mare

ISTHMIAN LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION
Champions: Dulwich Hamlet
Promoted: Lewes
Relegated: East Thurrock, Metropolitan Police, Farnborough, VCD Athletic

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION
Champions: Stourbridge
Promoted: Whitby Town
Relegated: Matlock Town, Stamford, Nantwich Town, Ramsbottom United

SOUTHERN LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION
Champions: Leamington
Promoted: Kettering Town
Relegated: Redditch United, Hitchin Town, Bideford, Biggleswade Town

ISTHMIAN LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION NORTH
Champions: Thurrock
Promoted: AFC Hornchurch
Relegated: Redbridge, Phoenix Sports, Romford

ISTHMIAN LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION SOUTH
Champions: Dorking Wanderers
Promoted: Hastings United
Relegated: Walton & Hersham, South Park, East Grinstead Town

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION NORTH
Champions: Spennymoor Town
Promoted: Northwich Victoria
Relegated: Ossett Albion, New Mills

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION SOUTH
Champions: Carlton Town
Promoted: Newcastle Town
Relegated: Daventry Town, Loughborough Dynamo

SOUTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION CENTRAL
Champions: Petersfield Town
Promoted: Bedford Town
Relegated: North Greenford United, Chalfont St Peter

SOUTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION SOUTH WEST
Champions: Winchester City
Promoted: AFC Totton
Relegated: Wantage Town, Burnham

TIER 9 PROMOTIONS
Redhill, Stanway Rovers, FC Romania, Royal Wootton Bassett Town, Hereford, Tadcaster Albion, Nelson, West Auckland Town, AFC Uckfield, Greenwich Borough, AFC Dunstable, Peterborough Northern Star, Salisbury FC, Barnstable Town

TIER 9 RELEGATIONS
Knaphill, Colliers Wood United, Spelthorne Sports, Walsham-le-Willows, Swaffham Town, Long Melford, Brimscombe & Thupp, Highworth Town, Longlevens, Tuffley Rovers, Coleshill Town, Walsall Wood, Nostell Miners Welfare, Thackley, Albion Sports, 1874 Northwich, Bootle, West Didsbury & Chorlton, Penrith, Marske United, West Allotment Celtic, Wick & Barnham United, Hassocks, Tunbridge Wells, Lordswood, Cockfosters, Northampton Sileby Rangers, Eynesbury Rovers, Sholing, Cowes Sports, Clevedon Town, Bristol Manor Farm

TIER 10 PROMOTIONS
South Shields, Romsey, Christchurch, Diss, Stewarts & Lloyds, St Helens, Frimley Green, Ely, Wivenhoe, Holyport, Whitchurch Alport, Lingfield , Downton, Arnold, Bacup, Hinckley, Heather, Crawley Down, Woodford United, Billingham Synthonia, Crook, Gornal, Glasshoughton, Bishop Sutton, Ringmer, Shrivenham, Baldock Town, Totton & Eling, Hillingdon, Reading Town, Long Buckby, Lincoln Moorlands Railway
 

FA CUP - Crystal Palace 0 Manchester City 2 (90,000)
LEAGUE CUP - Arsenal 2 Stoke City 1 (90,000)
FOOTBALL LEAGUE TROPHY - Wycombe Wanderers 1 Sheffield United 1p (43,092)
FA TROPHY - Grimsby Town 1 Boreham Wood 3 (19,363)
FA VASE - FC Romania 2 Seaham Red Star 0 (323)

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE - Real Madrid 0 Juventus 1 (80,018 at San Siro, Milan)
EUROPA LEAGUE - Borussia Dortmund 1 Paris Saint-Germain 2e (36,000 at St Jakob-Park, Basel)

Edited by Nobby_McDonald

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Season by Season Summary

SEASON   TEAM                       DIVISION                                                                       POSITION   FA CUP                                             OTHER CUPS
2015/6     Newcastle Town    Northern Premier League First Division South           4th       Second Qualifying Round             FA Trophy Second Qualifying Round

Note: Bold indicates promotion, italics indicates relegation

 

Trophy Cabinet

LEAGUES
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CUPS
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AWARDS
None

Edited by Nobby_McDonald

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noikeee   

A finished season! :eek:

Not a bad one neither, cmon Newcastle Town. Any prediction on how many real life years it'll take you to make the Premiership this time? :D

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AUGUST 2016

We make a very good start to life in the highest division Newcastle Town have ever been in.
Dan Cope is on fire as he scores in the first four games, only to get injured for four to five weeks in the fourth game. With Matthew Mattis still injured from last season, youth team player Emmanuel Addo is given his chance from the subs bench and promptly scores two on his debut.

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION
Newcastle Town 3 Rushall Olympic 3 (Cope, Clayton, Preece) - 131
Frickley Athletic 3 Newcastle Town 2 (Parker, Cope) - 211
Newcastle Town 1 Salford City 1 (Cope) - 121 - Sanders sent off
Bedford Town 2 Newcastle Town 1 (Cope) - 191
Buxton 0 Newcastle Town 3 (Clayton, Addo 2) - 257
Newcastle Town 0 Northwich Victoria 1 - 93
Newcastle Town 1 Hyde 1 (Cole) - 115
Ilkeston 1 Newcastle Town 2 (Sanders, Clayton) - 418

1st Blyth Spartans - Played 8, 20 points
11th Newcastle Town - Played 8, 9 points
24th Halesowen Town - Played 7, 4 points

 

Elsewhere, Ronald Koeman is appointed the new England manager.
 

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SEPTEMBER 2016

A mixed month with some good results and performances but an absolute shocker in the FA Cup at home to a team two divisions below us. Mattis returns from injury but struggles on his return.

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION
Spennymoor Town 1 Newcastle Town 0 - 497
Newcastle Town 3 Carlton Town 2 (Hobson (og), Bridge, Clayton) - 91
Ashton United 2 Newcastle Town 3 (Cole, Sumner, Clayton) - 181
Newcastle Town 4 Colwyn Bay 4 (Bridge, Clayton 3) - 99

1st Blyth Spartans - Played 12, 26 points
12th Newcastle Town - Played 12, 16 points
24th Workington - Played 12, 10 points

 

FA CUP
FIRST QUALIFYING ROUND - Bedworth United 1 Newcastle Town 3 (Bridge, Sanders, Parker) - 738, £3,000 prize money
SECOND QUALIFYING ROUND - Newcastle Town 3 Coventry Sphinx 4 (Mattis, Clayton, Bridge) - 285

Edited by Nobby_McDonald

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jWaSiMhE   

It may be a while between updates but I always keep up. Let's hope you can bounce back from the Sphinx defeat.

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OCTOBER 2016

Another mixed month started out with two tough away games. A couple of good wins sandwiched a disappointing home defeat.

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION
Blyth Spartans 2 Newcastle Town 1 (Bridge) - 399
Marine 2 Newcastle Town 0 - 324
Newcastle Town 4 Halesowen Town 1 (Christensen, Cope 2, Clayton) - 102
Newcastle Town 0 Barwell 2 - 106
Skelmersdale United 2 Newcastle Town 4 (Clayton 3, Mattis) - 190

1st Blyth Spartans - Played 18, 35 points
13th Newcastle Town - Played 17, 22 points
24th Workington - Played 17, 14 points

 

FA TROPHY
FIRST QUALIFYING ROUND - Colwyn Bay 2 Newcastle Town 0 - 190

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noikeee   

We should ask @deltablue for a new award in next year's FMCU awards gala: Slowest Career. That would be a guaranteed trophy! :onmehead:

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NOVEMBER 2016

A better month. Mattis rediscovers his goalscoring form while right winger Adam Parker discovers he can score. We rise nicely up the table.

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION
Mickleover Sports 3 Newcastle Town 3 (Clayton, Mattis 2) - 115
Newcastle Town 2 Truro City 0 (Clayton, Parker) - 114
Newcastle Town 3 Darlington 3 (Mattis (pen), Parker, Clayton) - 124
Newcastle Town 2 Gainsborough Trinity 1 (Bridge, Parker) - 129

1st Northwich Victoria - Played 22, 41 points
10th Newcastle Town - Played 21, 30 points
24th Workington - Played 20, 14 points

 

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE CHALLENGE CUP
FIRST ROUND - Newcastle Town 0 Grantham Town 3 (78)
 

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noikeee   
15 hours ago, Nobby_McDonald said:

Not a FM update but something even better... My little girl walked for the first time today using her walker. :)

Excellent, improvements in pace, balance and agility!

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KDR   
21 hours ago, Nobby_McDonald said:

Not a FM update but something even better... My little girl walked for the first time today using her walker. :)

Brilliant. But now you're really going to need eyes up your backside.

 

5 hours ago, noikeee said:

Excellent, improvements in pace, balance and agility!

:lol:

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She also has great ball control (she has a small pink ball and a large yellow ball she loves playing with) but without a doubt her best attribute is dribbling.

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DECEMBER 2016

A disappointing month as we pick up only four points from six matches. Pretty much the only real positive was Harry Clayton maintaining his goalscoring form.

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION
Rushall Olympic 4 Newcastle Town 3 (Mattis, Blake, Clayton) - 243
Workington 2 Newcastle Town 2 (Sanders, Clayton) - 244
Newcastle Town 2 Frickley Athletic 3 (Blake, Clayton) - 102
Salford City 2 Newcastle Town 0 - 299 - It was a little chilly in Salford... see below
Grantham Town 3 Newcastle Town 4 (Clayton, Parker 2, Cope) - 181
Newcastle Town 0 Bedford Town 1 - 105

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JANUARY 2017

A pretty good month with seven points out of twelve. Reasonably happy with that.

NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION
Northwich Victoria 1 Newcastle Town 1 (Clayton) - 154
Hyde United 4 Newcastle Town 2 (Clayton, Mattis (pen)) - 419
Newcastle Town 3 Buxton 0 (Jones (og), Mattis, Bridge) - 102
Newcastle Town 2 Ilkeston 0 (Cope, Blake) - 138
Newcastle Town P Spennymoor Town P - waterlogged pitch

1st Marine - Played 30, 55 points
14th Newcastle Town - Played 31, 41 points
24th Workington - Played 31, 26 points


STAFFORDSHIRE COUNTY SENIOR CUP
QUARTER FINAL - Port Vale under 21s 2e Newcastle Town 1 (Sumner) - 42
 

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They are also my local team, being a born and bread Clayton'er.  Been there many times watching Stoke in pre season.  Have another photo for 'thread ambience' purposes Nobby:

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Edited by RorysRocketThrow

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On 25/11/2016 at 12:39, RorysRocketThrow said:

They are also my local team, being a born and bread Clayton'er.  Been there many times watching Stoke in pre season.  Have another photo for 'thread ambience' purposes Nobby:

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I live in Clayton and have done since I was 1 year old.

That photo looks like Newcastle Town v FC United of Manchester which was the last club match I attended. I prefer to play golf and more recently be with my little girl.

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