Neighbours West dismiss Two Blues from Vase after tight encounter
(Images courtesy of Joseph Gorman) A hard-fought performance from the Two Blues proved insufficient on Saturday afternoon as neighbours West Auckland progressed to the FA Vase Third Round courtesy of a late, extra-time penalty after the game had finished goalless on ninety minutes. West’s David Dowson despatched the decisive goal, from the spot, in the […]
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.
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.
Due to both Bishop Auckland and West Auckland being exempt from the opening rounds of this season’s FA Vase, the away Auckland derby, at The Wanted Stadium, has been brought forward by a considerable period, possibly to aid with fixture
Bishop Auckland Ladies can officially announce, ahead of the new season, and under manager Barry Procter, both their retained list of players for the Ladies section, and their pre-season friendlies, ahead of kick-off on September 1 (although Women’s FA Cup
Before we head into the 2019/20 campaign, let’s take a look back at the first time Bishop Auckland won the Northern League title, with an unbeaten season, lifting the title in late April 1899, a little over a hundred-and-twenty-years ago…..
The Two Blues will soon be running out at Heritage Park for their first pre-season friendly this summer with Darlington, Willington, Middlesbrough U23s and Sunderland U23s all expected to provide stern tests to Ian Chandler’s overhauled side ahead of the