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and John Share Predictor Honours
CONGRATULATIONS TO Chris Aird and John Hodgson who finish top of the league in our Predict the Boro Score competition. Both amassed 79 points, two ahead of Dave Lythe who finished third. Many thanks to everyone who took part. Click here to view the league table.
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Torch is Safe in Tom's Hands
NEW MARSKE senior goalkeeper, Tom Denham yesterday carried the Olympic Torch in Darlington. Tom, who is the five times British champion, was selected to carry the torch because of his commitment and dedication to his sport of wrestling and for inspiring more people in his community to take up sport through the wrestling seminars he runs.
Us Obtain a Share of £30,000
THE SPORTS Club have registered for the Evening Gazette's Wish Sport campaign and you can help us to receive some of the money that's on offer to sports clubs in the Teesside area. A £30,000 cashpot will be divided by the number of tokens collected - the bigger our share of tokens, the bigger our slice of cash!
We need you to collect as many tokens as you can - and ask your families, friends, teachers, neighbours and anyone you know who receives the Evening Gazette for their tokens, too! Tokens appear in the Evening Gazette every day from Monday, 2 July for two months.
Please help us get our hands on some of that cash. It will be put to good use.
Additions to the Senior Team
NEW MARSKE FC have a new management team in place ready for the forthcoming season. Manager Phil Laverick, who runs his own very successful soccer school, is an ex-Northern League goalkeeper and FA Coach, with both Northern League and Wearside League managerial experience.
A great addition to the team is another ex-Northern League player, Dave Markham who will be Phil's number 2. Dave is also an FA coach and experienced football manager with many seasons behind him. Completing the line-up is Peter Laverick another former Northern League player with managerial experience. New Marske will continue to ply their trade in the Teesside League this coming season and build on their success, hopefully gaining promotion to the Northern League. The seniors train Wednesday evening's (6.30pm) at New Marske FC, Gurney Street.
Physio Wanted - New Marske FC are looking to fill the position of physio. Anyone interested should contact the club via the website.
Under New Management
WITH ALL the upset at the beginning of the season, the committee put in place a very young side to enter the Teesside League division 2.
Major decisions had to be made as to the resignation of our Wearside League status. The main reason was the distances which the team had to travel and the transportation needs. The humiliation of the possibility of not being able to compete at that level was also taken into account. This was a fantastic opportunity to have our junior players rewarded for their service with New Marske Juniors.
Under the guidance of Paul Green along with backroom staff Geoff Currie, Simon Whitwell and Dave Taylor we near completion of a very good learning curve for our team. After Christmas it was always our intention to get a manager in place to take this team to the next level. The intentions of another season in the Teesside League and then hopefully if the new management believe the next step is to be Wearside football then all applications will be forwarded.
Many applications were received for what is a great opportunity to work at a great club. The level of applicants was very good and a shortlist was made. The Committee are now very pleased to have on board a very experienced coach/manager who has played and coached at Northern/Wearside league level who has all the traits to take this team to the next levels. Next season New Marske FC Seniors will be ran by Phil Laverick, who is looking forward to the season's challenges.
So I think it’s a great thanks to all who turned up and competed at this level, and maybe now the committee can go back and start running the club, with no other pressures. - NMFC Committee
Green Steps Down as CWO
AFTER EIGHT years in the role, Paul Green is stepping down as New Marske FC's Child Welfare Officer. North Riding County FA acknowledged the time and effort Paul put into the role, adding "Safeguarding is an essential part of youth football and without volunteers like you we wouldn’t be able to ensure safeguards are put in place. Football remains the nation’s favourite game and we wish to acknowledge the part you have played in allowing children and young people the opportunity to get involved". Martin Gunn is the new CWO.
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