Mark Carruthers is an aspiring Sports Journalist and Press Officer for Evo-Stik Northern Premier League club Blyth Spartans AFC.

Mark Carruthers is an aspiring Sports Journalist and Press Officer for Evo-Stik Northern Premier League club Blyth Spartans AFC.

Dougie Wright Blyth Spartans manager August 1956

The managerial history of Blyth Spartans AFC

Dougie Wright Blyth Spartans manager August 1956

Paper put to bed for another week! @Wrexham_AFC & @Blyth_Spartans make the front for wins in the #FACup #nonleague

The Non-League Paper on

“Paper put to bed for another week! & make the front for wins in the

Blyth Spartans players & officials display the Trophies won in 1981/82 season

Blyth Spartans players & officials display the Trophies won in 1981/82 season

Billy Hogg

The managerial history of Blyth Spartans AFC

Billy Hogg

264 - Marks and Slane 77-78 training

The managerial history of Blyth Spartans AFC

264 - Marks and Slane 77-78 training

Chorley missed the chance to go clear at the top of the NPL Premier Division on a day when closest rivals AFC Fylde and Blyth Spartans were ...

Chorley missed the chance to go clear at the top of the NPL Premier Division on a day when closest rivals AFC Fylde and Blyth Spartans were .

BLYTH SPARTANS AFC V WREXHAM FC - FA CUP 5TH ROUND 1978.Blyth reached the fifth round of the FA Cup in 1977–78.  The club were then drawn to play away at Wrexham (whose victory over Newcastle United denied Spartans a tie against their North East neighbours) where they drew 1–1. The replay took place at Newcastle United's St James' Park where, watched by a crowd of 42,167, Blyth eventually went out, losing 2–1.

Wrexham 1 Blyth Spartans 1 in Feb 1978 at the Racecourse. Action from the FA Cup Round.

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