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BAFC manager Steve Riley moved in to the transfer market last night and made a trio of signings, incoming to Heritage Park are Matty Moffat, Cameron Wilson and Luke Gilhespy.

Steve Riley said “I am delighted to have brought 3

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The Club are pleased to welcome our new signing Leon Carling who has joined us from Guisborough Town. Centre Half Leon, visit this who has previously played for Marske United,  goes into the squad for our game against South Shields.

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Stockport County v Bishop Auckland

Bishop Auckland travel to Stockport on Saturday for our Emirates FA Cup match. This game is probably the biggest game we have been involved with for 17 years!

The Club knows that there

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It’s a warm welcome today to our new signing James Fairley.  James joins us from Jarrow Roofing and will go straight into the squad for the FA Vase game at Bedlington on Saturday.

James is an attacking midfielder who

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Following the injury to keeper Scott Pocklington in the game against Shildon on Bank Holiday Monday the Club has acted quickly and signed former Huddersfield Town Under 21’s keeper Ed Wilczynski.

Ed joined Bishop’ on loan from Huddersfield last season

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Bishop Auckland FC would like to officially welcome Dan Madden to the club.

Dan captained Sunderland at youth level and signed for Consett last season from Durham City.

Madden’s a quality centre back with a no nonsense

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Former Dunston UTS midfielder Alex Francis has signed a 1year contract with a 1yr option with the football club.

Head Coach Nathan Haslam said today that ‘Alex is probably the most technically gifted midfielder in the Northern League with outstanding

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Come and celebrate the end of the season with the first team, reserves and ladies players and management!

The end of season presentation night will be held on Saturday May 7th. Our season had originally been scheduled to be finished

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Bishops came into this game on the back of an unbeaten run of three games. A minutes’ silence was held before the game in memory of our 1954 FA Amateur Cup finalist player Bob Watson who recently died.

Manager Steve

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