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A little piece of Hexham football history returned home recently when local writer & Northern Alliance press officer Jon Tait contacted us about a winner’s medal he bought on the internet. It was an original champion’s medal from the 1935-36 season when Hexham won the Northern Football Alliance.
It was made by “Vaughtons Ltd “Goldsmiths & Silversmiths of Birmingham. He asked would we like to have it back into the clubs possession, we asked how much he paid for the memorabilia but he immediately refused any recompense and he requested we give a donation to charity. So today a personal cheque was given to Tynedale Hospice at Home and the charity were very grateful.
Soon we hope to have a secure cabinet at Dukeshouse where our little piece of history will be displayed.
Many thanks Jon
The club are delighted that Bobby Howe has agreed to take over as manager of the senior team as they start their campaign in this season 1st Division of the Northern Football Alliance. Bobby brings with him two experienced assistants in Jon Wright & Michael Mawston to provide a formidable team off the park and hopefully success on it as well. Bobby started his career with Newcastle United before moving to Nottingham Forest in 1990 where he stopped for eight seasons encompassing a spell on loan at Ipswich Town. Swindon Town was his next port of call in 1998 until 2002 where he made 122 appearances in midfield, scoring 6 times in a four year spell, He then went on to finish his professional playing days at Havent & Waterlooville & Farnborough Town . This new management team will bring a fresh start to the side and will look to start the 2015-16 with renewed vigour
The winner was Patrick McAlindon on week 5, His prize was £220.
A new competition will be starting very soon
It is with great sadness to report the death of Northern Alliance vice Chairman Bill Darby who has passed away in hospital aged 70. Bill also worked for the Northumberland FA in many roles as a match official and in later years a county assessor. The club would like to pass on our condolences to all Bill’s friends and he will be greatly missed across the playing fields of Northumberland