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Northern League: New Teams

 



catchagogoal
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Dec 31, 2018, 9:24 PM

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Looks like there may be two newcomers next season: Newcastle University who play at the old Prudhoe ground and Redcar Town who play at the Mo Mowlem.


windydcfc
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Jan 1, 2019, 10:55 AM

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Looks like there may be two newcomers next season: Newcastle University who play at the old Prudhoe ground and Redcar Town who play at the Mo Mowlem.



Newcastle Uni will have applied for promotion & are likely to be promoted.
Redcar Town have only just started on the developments that are required & won’t apply until next season. Not sure what’s happening with Boro Rangers. But they’ve been scouring their region, to find a suitable ground for step 6.
In the Wearside league, most of the top teams have applied & Wolviston are favourites at the moment. But need to get planning permission for floodlights.


genesimmons
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Jan 6, 2019, 12:56 AM

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Looks like there may be two newcomers next season: Newcastle University who play at the old Prudhoe ground and Redcar Town who play at the Mo Mowlem.



Newcastle Uni will have applied for promotion & are likely to be promoted.
Redcar Town have only just started on the developments that are required & won’t apply until next season. Not sure what’s happening with Boro Rangers. But they’ve been scouring their region, to find a suitable ground for step 6.
In the Wearside league, most of the top teams have applied & Wolviston are favourites at the moment. But need to get planning permission for floodlights.

Is there a list of applicants



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windydcfc
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Jan 6, 2019, 9:41 AM

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Looks like there may be two newcomers next season: Newcastle University who play at the old Prudhoe ground and Redcar Town who play at the Mo Mowlem.



Newcastle Uni will have applied for promotion & are likely to be promoted.
Redcar Town have only just started on the developments that are required & won’t apply until next season. Not sure what’s happening with Boro Rangers. But they’ve been scouring their region, to find a suitable ground for step 6.
In the Wearside league, most of the top teams have applied & Wolviston are favourites at the moment. But need to get planning permission for floodlights.

Is there a list of applicants



Not yet, it should be out in the next week or so.


footylover
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Jan 23, 2019, 2:43 PM

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Looks like there may be two newcomers next season: Newcastle University who play at the old Prudhoe ground and Redcar Town who play at the Mo Mowlem.



Newcastle Uni will have applied for promotion & are likely to be promoted.
Redcar Town have only just started on the developments that are required & won’t apply until next season. Not sure what’s happening with Boro Rangers. But they’ve been scouring their region, to find a suitable ground for step 6.
In the Wearside league, most of the top teams have applied & Wolviston are favourites at the moment. But need to get planning permission for floodlights.

Is there a list of applicants

http://www.thefa.com/news/2019/jan/18/promotion-applications-step-7-to-6-180119



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Dazzla84
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Jan 29, 2019, 3:04 PM

Posts: 446
Location: South Shields
Team(s): South Shields and North East football in general

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In that case, you can pretty much forget about Hebburn Town Reserves going up, the first team lie in 7th place in Division 1 a good distance away from the title/promotion reckoning



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