(Images courtesy of Peter Jackson)
It was a tough day at the office on Saturday afternoon as Bishop Auckland were dismissed from this season’s FA Cup at the first, extra preliminary round stage, this coming after their midweek, 2-2
(Images courtesy of Peter Jackson) It was a tough day at the office on Saturday afternoon as Bishop Auckland were dismissed from this season’s FA Cup at the first, extra preliminary round stage, this coming after their midweek, 2-2 draw at home to Seaham Red Star. In fielding a relatively young side at home to […]Click here to read more
(Above, James Fairley, notches brace on opening weekend)
Bishop Auckland opened their 2019-20 Ebac Northern League campaign with a twice-from-behind victory at The Frenchfield Stadium, Penrith thanks to a last-gasp winner from James Fairley.
Some seventy goals were registered across
A local, Bishop Auckland business, has taken on sponsorship of its town’s football club ahead of the 2019-20 Ebac Northern League campaign.
The Merry Monk Public House, owned by Christian Burns of Monk Leisure, have stepped up following the conclusion
Manager Ian Chandler has fleshed out his first-team squad ahead of the new campaign with the registration of no fewer than SEVEN players, a number being promoted from the club’s St Mary’s Juniors feeder club.
Aiden Hart retains his place
This afternoon’s pre-season friendly between Bishop Auckland and Middlesbrough U23s sees the Championship side send a strong second string to Heritage Park for the 1pm kick-off.
As first team manager, Jonathon Woodgate, has the main Boro side out in Germany
The ‘Fundraiser for Richard’ on Thursday 18 July between hosts Bishop Auckland, and visitors Willington, proved a success with over £1500 raised for the rehabilitation of Two Blues former chairman, and current Willington chairman, Richard Tremewan.
Prior to the game
Thursday night will see the Two Blues welcome neighbours, and friends, Willington AFC, to Heritage Park for a special friendly match.
Earlier this year our former, and their current chair, Richard Tremewan, suffered a left haemorrhagic stroke (bleeding in the
(Leon Carling, above, during his first spell at Bishop Auckland, alongside Chairman Steve Coulthard)
Experienced and highly-sought after central defender, Leon Carling, may be 34-years-old, but still has plenty left in the tank to shore up any Northern League, even
(Above, manager Ian Chandler looks ahead to the new season)
Bishop Auckland manager, Ian Chandler, has earmarked his squad for the upcoming 2019-20 Ebac Northern League campaign, blending in a mix of youth and experience.
New arrivals to the squad