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The next meeting of the Supporters Club will take place on Monday 18th January at 7:00pm at Heritage Park.

Items on the agenda include:

  1. Financial donation to Club
  2. Fundraising events for 2016

Any other items to be submitted to Nick Postma by 17th January

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Congratulations to Morpeth Town on winning their FA Vase Semi Final 2nd Leg against Bowers and Pitsea, 2-1, to reach Wembley and play Hereford in the Final.

The win sees an Ebac Northern League side reach Wembley for the eighth

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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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Bishops came into this game on the back of a seven game unbeaten run facing 6th place Washington who are in their first season in the First Division following their promotion from the Second Division.

Washington began brightly having much

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The draw for the Adult Female Finalists of The People’s FA Cup has been made and the draw sees Bishop Auckland FC Ladies in one of two 4 – team groups. The ladies will play Liverpool Feds, Pan United and

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The Birth of the Blues football exhibition, which tells the story of Bishop Auckland Football Club, will be open to visitors at County Hall, Durham, from Tuesday, March 15, until Wednesday, March 23.

The exhibition covers the club’s early days

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Bishops went to second placed Guisborough Town on a high after beating the impressive Morpeth Town on 2nd March. Guisborough began the game unbeaten at home so far this season winning 8 and drawing 5 of the 13 games played

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Goalkeeper Mark Bell signed for Spennymoor Town on Monday evening.

Manager Steve Riley said today ‘I would like to thank Mark for his time at the Club this season and wish him all the best for the future’

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