Vanarama National League North
5 REASONS TO WATCH
MOORS FACE BRACKLEY

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NEW FACES AT THE BREWERY FIELD

It’s been a busy month in terms on incomings at The Brewery Field. Tyler Forbes was the first signing through the door, with the right back joining from National League side AFC Fylde, before Lewis Butroid joined on loan from League One side Scunthorpe.

Last week saw further signings, with winger Billy Whitehouse joining on loan from Welsh Premier League outfit TNS and experienced midfielder Jason Kennedy brought in on a one-month loan deal. Kennedy made his Moors debut when he came on for Ben McKenna with twelve minutes remaining at Gloucester, almost scoring a spectacular acrobatic goal. Both could be in line to feature in the match day squad against Brackley!

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CELEBRATE GLEN REACHING THE CENTURY

Glen Taylor struck his 100th goal against Gloucester City last weekend on his 200th appearance for the club. Talk about symmetry! It was also Taylor’s 20th of the season in all competitions, and before the clash with Brackley, there will be a special presentation to mark the milestone. Be there to celebrate with our number nine!

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THE CHANCE TO GO LEVEL WITH THE SAINTS

Results last weekend saw the play-off places squeeze even tighter together, with fourth place Chester losing at York, while Moors opponents on Saturday, Brackley, suffered a rare home defeat at the hands of Farsley Celtic. In fact, that was The Saints first home loss of the league season.

Combined with wins for Moors, Guiseley and Gateshead, plus Altrincham gaining a point, just five points separate 4th and 9th. A win for Spennymoor would take them on level points with Brackley who currently occupy 5th position in the division. With another key home game against Altrincham on the horizon, this is a golden chance to send a message out to the rest of the league.

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ANOTHER CHANCE TO GRAB A BOTTLE

Our new marquee opened for the first time last month to roaring success, and with four home games this month, there is loads of chances to experience a new match day hub. Working in tandem with The Neil Adams Sports Bar, our special bottle offers will be back as Brackley visit The Brewery Field!

STELLA AND COORS BOTTLES ARE £2 EACH OR 3 FOR £5

KOPPARBERG IS £3 A BOTTLE OR 2 FOR £5

GUINNESS BOTTLES ARE JUST £2.50!

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JOIN OUR EVER-GROWING FAN BASE

Spennymoor Town is a club on a rapid rise on and off the pitch. The performance of the side, coupled with the developments at The Brewery Field, our match day experience and our new Sports Bar mean more and more people are flocking to watch Moors on Saturday afternoon’s.

Don’t take our word for it though, as the proof is in the statistics! Moors’ average attendance at The Brewery Field is up 25.08% on 2018/19, with the total rising from 809.1 to 1012. That put Spennymoor above the likes of Gateshead, Scarborough and Blyth, all places with a much higher population. The way the club is going, we will be breaking into the top seven places in no time!

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]

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