5 REASONS TO WATCH
MOORS FACE ALTRINCHAM
A LONG OVERDUE MEETING
It’s been almost a year since Moors played Altrincham. That night, goals from Mark Anderson and Rob Ramshaw secured a brilliant 2-0 away win at The J.Davidson Stadium, extending Moors’ winning run and raising the volume of a title challenge. Both potential fixtures between the two sides have been lost this season to date, with the first meeting schedule at the end of November falling victim to Alty’s progress in the FA Cup.
The match was rescheduled for mid-January, but, after a late pitch inspection, the referee deemed a surface of the pitch unplayable. We have been waiting a long time to play Altrincham, and with both sides vying for a play-off place, it is set to be well worth the wait!
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STAY WARM WITH OUR FREE SOUP OFFER
Here at Spennymoor Town we are always looking to offer deals and discounts to our fans, and Tuesday evening against Altrincham is no different. Season ticket holders will be offered free soup to help them warm up as the temperatures continue to drop!
- Show your ST card at the soup station in the Neil Adams Sports Bar
- Limited to one per customer
- £1 cup for non-ST holders
DEALS, DEALS, DEALS!
Where do we begin? There will be a range of deals on offer at tomorrow’s game with Alty! Grab an iconic Spennymoor Town bobble hat on sale for just £5. Be quick, as Saturday saw record sales of scarfs a £5!
We’ve got some great pint offers too, with discount on Carling cider and Sharp’s Atlantic Pale. Both are just £2 a pint for one night only! Of course, there’s our usual low prices on other favourites, including Moors Lager for £2.20
There are also limited copies of Football Manager 2020 left in our club shop, on sale for just £15!
IF IT'S ANYTHING LIKE LAST SEASON'S GAME...
It’s not often you finish a game and you are simply speechless as to what you have just witnessed. That was the case when Moors hosted Altrincham way back in August 2018, the last time these two sides faced off at The Brewery Field. Eight goals were shared as an end to end contest finally ended 4-4. Moors led just once in a crazy game, but a late Taylor goal earned a point in the end.
In a contest which, at times, defied belief, Moors fought back on three occasions to seal their third consecutive draw and remain unbeaten this season at the start of the 2018/19 campaign. Mark Anderson, Adam Boyes, Shane Henry and Taylor grabbed the goals for Spennymoor, while Andrew White, James Jones and a second half double from James Hancock rounded off the scoring for an impressive Altrincham outfit.
Tuesday’s game has a lot to live to live up to!
BLACK AND WHITE > RED AND WHITE
Moors aren’t the only North-East club in action on Tuesday as Sunderland host Rochdale in a League One clash at The Stadium of Light. We firmly believe that the standard of football in the National League North is as good as anything in terms of a match day experience on and off the field, so why pay more to watch football which is no greater than that found at The Brewery Field?
It’s a no brainer…
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