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 Post subject: JARROW V BEDLINGTON TERRIERS
PostPosted: Thu Apr 26, 2018 8:57 am 
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On Saturday we welcome Bedlington Terriers to Perth Green.

We have Kris Goss and Aidan McGee injured and David Smith is really doubtful to overcome his injury. Kai Elliott and Max Kirkham are unavailable. We are hopeful Paul Burrell will be available following a long lay off through injury.

This week has been tough with games on Saturday, Monday and Tuesday. The lads have been superb as they have throughout the whole season and the 3 days rest is welcome. We have only lost once in seven games but Bedlington themselves are on a good run of results. In the reverse fixture we narrowly lost 3-2 with the winner coming late into injury time. Every game has proved tough for us so we know what we need to do on Saturday. With four games left we are looking to pick up as many points as we can so we can finish in the highest position possible in this our first Northern League season. What Chris and I know is that all our lads will be treating this game as importantly as we did our first in this league with the same desire to win it.
DAVE BELL JOINT MANAGER JFC

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 29, 2018 7:12 am 
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JARROW 1 V 2 BEDLINGTON TERRIERS
Jarrow continued the run of games with Bedlington and made a change with Steve Graham and Darren Morton up front with Kriss Goss injured . Andrew Hall had an early chance for the visitors after 7 mins but he shot over Jak Wells bar .A corner by Graham was headed wide by Jordan Mellish after 10 mins . The visitors took the lead when Chris Glass got past his marker on the right and crossed for Trae Rowlandson to fire home at the far post after 15 mins 1-0
Both sides were finding it difficult to create chances but on the half time whistle Steve Graham equalised when he forced the ball past Curtis Richardson at the far post
HT JARROW 1-1 BEDLINGTON TERRIERS
Jarrow were being made to work hard for any chances Darren Morton looked to have been fouled in the box after 50 mins but referee Campbell waved away the protests . Liam Simpson Mcgill was replaced on the left wing by Luke Collins on 69 mins , the visitors created an good chance after 73 mins after an mix up in defence and Chris Glass fired past Jak Wells from close range 2-1 , Jarrow brought on Aaron Kah for Michael Watson on the right side after 73 mins and on 80 mins Andrew Wilkinson returned after an long lay off for injury to replace Darren Morton . Jarrow put some pressure on the Bedlington goal but could not find an equaliser past an resolute visitors defence .
A hard fought game with limited chances Donnelly in defence was again the stand out player for Jarrow
FT JARROW 1 BEDLINGTON TERRIERS 2
JARROW
JAK WELLS MICHAEL WATSON LIAM SIMPSON MCGILL DARYLL DONNELLY SAM ATTEWELL KRIS ALLEN ALEX BONE DARREN MORTON STEVE GRAHAM © DEAN MARTIN
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LUKE COLLINS FOR LIAM SIMPSON MCGILL 69 MIN
AARON KAH FOR MICHAEL WATSON 73 MIN
ANDREW WILKINSON FOR DARREN MORTON 80 MIN
REFEREE G CAMPBELL
ATTENDANCE 72
MOM DARYLL DONNELLY

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