Steve Malloy

Crook striker Steve Malloy has recently had surgery on a collapsed lung. We wish him a speedy recovery and hope to see him back in a Crook Town shirt around Christmas time

Coming Soon

We recently caught up With Crook Town Manager Colin Myers to get he thoughts on the clubs start to the season. His thoughts are honest, forthright and pulls no punches when it comes to the performances so far. The full interview will be published in the next couple of days.

Further Signing Added

Crook town would like to announce the signing of Damon Reekes from Northallerton Town. Damon scored 17 goals last season including a hatrick against Crook Town. Myers commented “Damon is a proven goal scorer at this level and it is something we need to improve on. We are creating the chances at the moment but are not finishing them”

New Signing

Crook Town would like to announce the signing of Centre Half Kieran Maughan from Darlington 1883. Myers commented ” Kieran is a young lad with lots of potential. He has a great attitude and is willing to listen and learn”

Myers Continues to Strengthen Squad

Colin Myers Continues to strengthen his squad with the signing of Wayne Whitfield from local football. Myers Commented “Wayne has a great attitude to learn and improve. he has all the basic requirements to become a good player at this level”.

Jackie Foster

It is with great sadness to hear that former Crook Town and Bishop Auckland stalwart Jack Foster has passed away. A veteran of 222 games for the club, 123 of those consecutively which is a club record. He also gave sterling service to Bishop Auckland.  Jackie first played on the Millfield when he was thirteen years old playing in a Cup …

Myers Adds Third Striker to the Squad

  The club are delighted to announce the signing of highly experienced striker Sonny Andrews. The former Blyth Spartans front man was taken to Croft Park by Crook Manager Colin Myers during his time there. Sonny has also played for Spennymoor Town and Bishop Auckland.  Sonny is a proven goal scorer at every level he has played at.

Keith Hopper

The club are sad to hear the news that Keith Hopper has past away. He played for Crook in the 1956-57 season when we reached the fourth round of the Amateur Cup losing to the old enemy Bishop in a replay, two crowds of 12,000. Pro for Crook Cricket Club he was all round sportsman, one of a few that represented …

Centre Half joins Amber Army

  Crook Town have signed experienced Northern League Centre Half Ian Maddison. He joins us from West Auckland and the former Bishop Auckland player will add much needed experience to our young squad.