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.
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
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
On-loan keeper Edward Wilczynski kept Bishops in the game against potential League Champions and FA Vase Finalists Morpeth on a cold, windy and wet night at Heritage Park. A minutes silence was held in memory of formed Bishops player Frank
Bishop Auckland FC are saddened to hear of the death of our former player Frank Palmer. Frank a left winger was a member of the team that lost 4-0 against local rivals Willington in the 1950 FA Amateur Cup Final.