Coronavirus – fixtures suspended until Friday 3rd April

After taking all advice into account and giving the matter careful consideration, the league management committee has decided to suspend all scheduled fixtures with effect from Saturday 14th March 2020 up until Friday 3rd April 2020.Although the decision itself was a difficult one, the fact a growing number of clubs were reporting players, management and officials as self-isolating, meant the effect on the health and …

Jamie’s Thoughts……

Here are Jamie’s thoughts after two games in the last week against Newcastle University and Birtly Town, and looking ahead to Saturday’s game at home to Chester le Street ‘I was really pleased with our performance levels on Saturday at Newcastle University. They’re a tricky side and have beaten us twice this season so we knew we had to start …

Kenty notches number 20

Kenty’s on fire – his goal yesterday as part of Crook Town’s 5-1 win against Newcastle University moves him up to 20 for the season (18 league and two in cup competitions). With eleven games remaining who knows how many he could get before the end of the season?

Massive March!

With eleven games remaining this season Crook are sat third in the league, the top four at the end of the season are set to win promotion so Crook Town’s seven games scheduled for March are going to be massive. There are only two home games in March – one of them being a Friday night derby against Esh Winning, …

Jamie’s post-match thoughts

We caught up with Jamie after yesterday’s 4-2 away win at league leaders West Allotment Celtic ‘I was delighted to come away from the league leaders with 3 points. Not many teams have gone to Druid Park and got something so to take all three points shows what a good performance this was. We’ve taken 6 points from them this …

Crook climb to 2nd in the table

With only two Division Two games surviving Storm Dennis on Saturday Crook’s game away to West Allotment Celtic saw them play their game in hand on the teams around them in the league table And they used it to great effect beating the league leaders 4-2 at Druid Park, goals from Stephenson, Gavin, Maddison amd Kent securing the three points …

Man of the Match voting now at Home Games

Crook Town have introduced ‘live’ Man of the Match voting at home games Voting opens after half time and closes 30 mins after the final whistle – giving supporters the chance to deliberate over a post-match pint. Voting couldn’t be more simple – supporters can either visit slido.com and enter the match code for that game (the code is displayed …

Match Day programs online trial

Crook Town are trying some new ideas around their Match Day program – including making them available online for those Black and Amber exiles around the world or supporters who didn’t manage to pick up a copy at the game The first test issue from the Ryton & Crawcrook Albion game is now available to view and links to further …