One thing is for sure, it’s never dull watching Spennymoor! Goals and dramatic incidents are guaranteed when watching Moors home or away, with memorable moments coming thick and fast. 41 goals have been witnessed in just 11 games at The Brewery Field this season, an average of 3.72 per game, the highest in the National League North. Moors have netted 27 of them, a record only bettered by league leaders King’s Lynn Town.
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Speaking of goals, there is one man who knows them more than most in the Spennymoor team. Glen Taylor has been finding the back of net game after game over the last three seasons, claiming the National League Golden Boot and Player of the Season accolades at the end of the 2018/19 season. Taylor currently stands on 97 goals in 197 appearances, an average of a goal every 2.03 games. At any level of the game, that record speaks for itself.
Taylor requires a hat-trick to reach the 100 goal mark. Can he get to the magic number this weekend?
Watch Glen score both goals as Moors comfortably beat Kettering earlier in the campaign!
Everyone loves a bargain, and Spennymoor season ticket holders can enjoy special discount on items this Saturday at our official club shop. Located on the Tees Crescent side of the ground, our recently opened refurbished shop has been popular with fans over the festive period.
Expect deals on replica kit, casual wear and our team wear range, and keep an eye out on Tuesday 14th when our special deals go live online and to non season ticket holders!
Saturday see’s Sunderland host Wycombe Wanderers at The Stadium of Light and Middlesbrough entertain Derby County at The Riverside Stadium. An adult ticket would cost you £22 at Sunderland, while you would be paying a minimum of £27 to watch Boro.
Why pay that much when you can get a proper football experience and day out at The Brewery, all for £10 a ticket for adults. Bringing the family? Under 18s cost just £3, while Under 10s are FREE with a paying adult.
Here at Spennymoor Town we believe we provide a truly unique and professional match day experience off the pitch. The action on the pitch isn’t too bad either!
Six from 15 over the festive period wasn’t the return we were looking for, with a sole win over Darlington on New Year’s Day following on from a 3-0 win over Bradford (Park Avenue) just before Christmas. Defeats against The Quakers, Gateshead and King’s Lynn may have loosened Moors’ grip on a play-off place, but there is still a great deal of optimism and excitement around the prospects of the team as we creep into 2020.
Saturday’s game represents a chance to bounce back from a 3-0 defeat at King’s Lynn Town last Saturday. With a home game against Altrincham to come next Tuesday, the next week could prove pivotal.
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Spennymoor Town is advancing its strategy to create more links with businesses and the community. If you’re a business or community organisation who would like to get on board with the club’s exciting journey and be a part of the Pride of County Durham, please contact Jonny Cope, Commercial Manager on [email protected].