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 Post subject: Bishop Auckland vs GTFC Saturday 8th October
PostPosted: Sat Oct 08, 2016 7:12 am 
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This afternoon we face Bishop Auckland away in the league with a 3pm kick off at Heritage Park. The Priorymen will be hoping to continue from their win against Washington during the week with a tough test against Bishops today

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 Post subject: Re: Bishop Auckland vs GTFC Saturday 8th October
PostPosted: Sun Oct 09, 2016 11:26 am 
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A review of the game through tweets from Bishop and Guisborough.

Bishop Auckland FC ‏FT Bishop Auckland 3 Guisborough Town 1


Guisborough Town F.C 93 mins - Warnett scores consolation goal for a disappointing Guisborough side.

Bishop Auckland FC ‏90+2mins: Consolation for Guisborough 3-1

Guisborough Town F.C ‏GOOOAALLL! Bishops swing over corner and Ward heads home with ease from close in on 90 mins to make it 3-0 to Bishops

Bishop Auckland FC ‏90mins+1: 3-0. Smith curling corner in maybe direct or maybe Ward got the final touch. TBC but definitely 3-0

Guisborough Town F.C ‏GOOOAALLL! Bishops Andy Johnson scores second goal inside 2 minutes with overhead luck which should have been kept out by Guisborough

Bishop Auckland FC ‏73mins: Johnson's scissor kick spilled by keeper onto the underside of the bar before spinning in. 2-0


Guisborough Town F.C ‏GOOOAALLL! Bishop Auckland take lead on 71 mins when completely unmarked Andy Johnson lashes ball home from 6 yards out.

Bishop Auckland FC ‏71mins: Bishops ahead ! Superb interplay between Smith and Johnson before Smith cuts low to an unmarked Johnson who rams it home. 1-0

Bishop Auckland FC 70mins: Another couple of corners. More chances but its still not happening.

Guisborough Town F.C ‏Bishop win 4 corners in quick succession on the hour mark but Guisborough manage to survive despite several scares

Bishop Auckland FC ‏68mins: Nicholls first player of the afternoon to be booked.

Bishop Auckland FC ‏61mins: 4 corners in a minute with the third from Francis hitting the post. Fairley fires wide from the fourth.

Guisborough Town F.C ‏Close! Bishop's sub Fairley shoots narrowly wide from 12 yards on 58 mins

Bishop Auckland FC 57mins: Thompson replaced by Fairley

Guisborough Town F.C Half-time Bishop Auckland 0 Guisborough Town 0

Guisborough Town F.C Soooo close! Bishop's keeper Wyslinzski pushes a Guisborough corner against the post on 39 mins

Bishop Auckland FC ‏38mins: Wilczynski parries a corner onto the post then cleared from inside the six yard box. Warning ⚠!

Bishop Auckland FC ‏36mins: This has been an excellent half of football from Bishops but still nothing to show for it. Latest chance a Thompson cross just wide.


Guisborough Town F.C ‏Brilliant save! Guisborough keeper Catterick saves superbly from Bishop's Ward on 28 mins getting down well to smother ball

Bishop Auckland FC ‏27mins: Great move with Nicholls setting up Johnson but shot saved and Ward unlucky with the follow up. Still 0-0

Guisborough Town F.C ‏Good link up play between Guisborough's McPhillips and Youldon ended with latter testing Bishops keeper with powerful shot on 23 mins

Bishop Auckland FC ‏22mins: Bishops playing some lovely passing football on perfect Heritage Park surface but Town have fired in a string of long range shots

Guisborough Town F.C Good save! Guisborough keeper Catterick saves well from Bishop's Ward in 12th minute

Bishop Auckland FC 10mins: Two more good moves ending in well saved shots from Ward then a minute later Nicholls.

Guisborough Town F.C So close! Andrew Johnson shot rattles bar for Bishop after 10 mins

Bishop Auckland FC ‏8mins: Good start for Bishops and almost a great one as Hoganson crashes a shot against the face of the bar after good work from Johnson.

Attendance 362.

Not actually present hence the reliance on the tweets (ignore the times listed as they can never be absolutely accurate with two different people).

We do seem to be holding our own until the second half in most games and yesterday all the goals were scored in the last 20 minutes and in our 5-4 defeat the other week we were leading 4-0 and Seaham scored 5 in the last half hour.

No doubt Dowlo and his team will be looking in more depth to enable us to start collecting points again.

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 Post subject: Re: Bishop Auckland vs GTFC Saturday 8th October
PostPosted: Sun Oct 09, 2016 11:29 am 
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OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE by Bill Perfitt

News Release: Saturday, 8 October 2016
Depleted Guisborough’s mini-revival falters as
Bishops proved too strong for makeshift Priorymen
Bishop Auckland 3, Guisborough Town 1
(Northern League – Division One)

Guisborough Town’s hopes of continuing their recent mini-revival were dashed at
Bishop Auckland on Saturday when the FA Cup’s ‘team of the moment’ proved too
strong for the depleted Priorymen.
It was a lacklustre display from Guisborough who suffered a setback shortly before
kick-off when in-form striker Matty Pennal failed a late fitness test and his on-loan
strike partner Anthony Hume was called back to Whitby Town.
It meant Town Manager Steve Dowling had to field a make-shift attack with
midfielders Thibault ‘T’ Charmey and Chris Youldon pushed up front and although
they battled away as hard as anyone Guisborough faded in the second half after
holding the Bishops to 0-0 at half-time.
“I thought today we were beaten by the better side and I wish them good luck In their
forthcoming FA Cup tie at former league club Stockport County,” said Guisborough
Manager Dowlo afterwards.
He continued: “Bishops have a very mobile team and their passing movement
caused us problems all afternoon - but I cannot fault our lads’ effort and commitment.
“Young Ryan Catterick In goal is gaining great experience and enjoyed another
excellent game as did Leon Carling and Jamie Poole in defence. Gary wood battled
hard in midfield but I gave my man of the match award to T who worked hard
throughout the 90 minutes for very little reward.
“It was difficult going into the game with no recognised forwards as Matty Pennal
failed a late fitness test and our other main striker Connor Smith was at work while
Anthony Hume was called back to Whitby,” added a disappointed Dowlo.
After their morale-boosting 3-1 midweek victory over Washington in which Pennal
scored two more goals, the loss of the in-form forward due to a leg injury sustained in
the Washington game was a serious blow to the Priorymen.
And the absence of a recognised striker certainly showed in the first half as
Guisborough’s attacks continually petered out while at the other end Bishops always
looked threatening but their finishing was wayward at times.
Both sides hit the woodwork in the first half – Bishops after just 10 minutes when the
impressive former Derby Country left back Michael Hoganson hit a fierce shot which
struck the bar and bounced clear.
Guisborough goalkeeper Ryan Catterick kept the scoreline blank with excellent
saves to deny Ian Ward on 12 and 28 minutes respectively.
SCRAMBLE CLEAR
And Guisborough went close themselves on 23 minutes when Liam McPhillips linked
up well with Chris Youldon but his hard-struck shot was well saved by Bishops
keeper Edward Wilczynski.
In the 39th minute Guisborough went very close to breaking the deadlock when a
corner came across into a crowded goalmouth and Wilczynski parried the ball on to
the inside of the post and somehow the Bishop’s defence managed to scramble
clear.
Guisborough were relieved to get to half-time still on level terms and after the interval
they continued to thwart what seemed wave after wave of Bishops attacks.
The home side forced four corners in quick succession around the hour mark but
Guisborough still managed to survive the relentless Bishops’ pressure.
In the 71st minute, however, Guisborough finally cracked when good work down the
left by Jeff Smith resulted in a cross which found Andy ‘AJ’ Johnson completely
unmarked and he made no mistake, hammering the ball home from just six yards
out.
And just two minutes later it was AJ again who doubled Bishops’ lead with a
speculative overhead kick from the edge of the area which somehow went in off the
underside of the bar before spinning over the line to make it 2-0 to the home side.
In a frantic final few minutes Bishops increased their lead to 3-0 when Ward scored
with a header following an in-swinging corner on 90 minutes and then a minute later
Guisborough finally got on the scoresheet when substitute James Warnett scored
what proved to be a consolation goal.
Guisborough’s next game is at league leaders North Shields on Wednesday, 12
October (kick-off 7.45pm).
Guisborough Town: Catterick, Roddam, Weldon, Carling, Poole, Wood, McPhillips,
Roberts (sub Blake 76 mins), Youldon (sub James Warnett 55 mins), Charmey,
Ferguson (sub Oldfield 67 mins).

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 Post subject: Re: Bishop Auckland vs GTFC Saturday 8th October
PostPosted: Sun Oct 09, 2016 6:06 pm 
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A good report overall. This was a tough game and our task was made ever more tricky with the absence of recognised strikers. If Hulme had been available he would have been an outlet to hold the ball up. We defended manfully for 70 minutes and Bishops started to get frustrated. No complaints about the result though - they have some good players and not many teams will keep Johnson quiet for 90 minutes.

Bishops are an interesting example. They have stuck with a management team who have built a footballing philosphy. Last year the results did not initially come and they copped some stick but they have built over the last year and it is a tremendous effort for a Northern League to be within a stone's throw of the first round proper of the FA Cup.

It demonstrates that it takes time to build a side. In our modern culture of expecting instant results this fact is often lost.

It should also noted that with our much vaunted side of last year we came to Bishops and lost. They have the infrastructure and team to push on up the leagues.


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 Post subject: Re: Bishop Auckland vs GTFC Saturday 8th October
PostPosted: Sun Oct 09, 2016 7:25 pm 
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Non-league nutter wrote:
A good report overall. This was a tough game and our task was made ever more tricky with the absence of recognised strikers. If Hulme had been available he would have been an outlet to hold the ball up. We defended manfully for 70 minutes and Bishops started to get frustrated. No complaints about the result though - they have some good players and not many teams will keep Johnson quiet for 90 minutes.

Bishops are an interesting example. They have stuck with a management team who have built a footballing philosphy. Last year the results did not initially come and they copped some stick but they have built over the last year and it is a tremendous effort for a Northern League to be within a stone's throw of the first round proper of the FA Cup.

It demonstrates that it takes time to build a side. In our modern culture of expecting instant results this fact is often lost.

It should also noted that with our much vaunted side of last year we came to Bishops and lost. They have the infrastructure and team to push on up the leagues.


That they have non league nutter apart from there manager(weak handshake) who is more bothered about trying to get players sent off or booked for being physical :mrgreen:
Agreed though,a good team with great support!! All the best next week in the FA cup!!
Up the NL :D


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