LATEST NEWS:  *Hebburn Town away tonight*


Following hard on the heels of Saturday’s exciting 4-4 draw at Bishop Auckland, Whitley make the much shorter journey to South Tyneside this evening to face Hebburn Town for the fourth time this season. The three previous games certainly did not go Whitley’s way but the League Cup tie at Hebburn was a very closely contested affair and the Hornets were fortunate to come away with a 2-1 victory that night.

Top of the table until very recently, Hebburn have had a dip in form, losing their last three league games and conceding four goals in both of their last two outings, away to Shildon a week ago and at home to Billingham Town on Saturday. Those results have been followed by two new signings in the last 48 hours so it can be expected that both players will feature tonight.

Whitley’s excellent display on Saturday could lead to a similar line up this evening, though Luke Salmon may be involved after completing a one game suspension.

Bishop Auckland  Match photos

Report by Julian Tyley

Next game: Ashington (h) on Saturday 14th December


30 years ago today…

December 9th, 2019|0 Comments

On Saturday 9th December 1989 Whitley Bay beat Preston North End 2-0 in the FA Cup 2nd Round. It was one of the greatest days in the club's history and the game was featured on BBC Match of the Day with commentary from John Motson. In the Bay side that [...]

“I’ve got nothing but admiration for them”

December 9th, 2019|0 Comments

Manager Nathan Haslam was full of praise for his players after an action packed game when they battled the windy conditions to earn a point at Bishop Auckland despite playing most of the second half with ten men. “It was a stressful game for a manager and I think it [...]

Honours even in eight goal thriller

December 8th, 2019|0 Comments

BISHOP AUCKLAND 4 WHITLEY BAY 4 Saturday 7th December This dramatic, action packed game provided great entertainment for the fans with Whitley twice battling back from two goals down to earn a draw despite playing almost all of the second half with ten men. Seven of the goals came in [...]


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