Hindle treble sets up thrilling final week

Tim ChannonFirst Team

JACK HINDLE scored his first treble in Evo-Stik League football to propel the Seagulls to a 5-1 victory over Clitheroe on what proved to be a huge day in the race for a top six play-off spot.  With sixth-placed Trafford losing, the Bay moved to within two points of them with a game in hand (away to Droylsden on Tuesday) … Read More

Cooper wins appeal ahead of huge week

Tim ChannonFirst Team

THE Seagulls have been boosted ahead of a huge week with the news that the appeal against keeper Matt Cooper’s red card at South Shields last weekend has been successful. The FAW disciplinary committee, after viewing video evidence of the incident, have agreed to uphold the appeal for wrongful dismissal. That means Coops will not have to serve a suspension … Read More

Astley injury blow, as late goals beat Bay

Tim ChannonFirst Team

AFTER leading for over 70 minutes against second-in-the-table Scarborough Athletic, the Seagulls conceded two late goals in the space of three minutes to suffer a 2-1 defeat (April 17).  But more concerning was a hamstring injury to top scorer Astley Mulholland just before half-time which may have ended his season.   Manager Alan Morgan refused to confirm that afterwards and … Read More

Voting for End of Season Player Awards 2017/18

Oliver SillsGeneral

SUPPORTERS will be able to vote for their player of the season 2017/18 throughout our final three, currently scheduled home games. Voting slips will be available for supporters to fill in (one per person) at the following games: 17th April (v Scarborough Athletic) 21st April (v Clitheroe) 26th April (v Trafford)   Voting will be valid up until half-time during … Read More

Bay to appeal Cooper’s red card

Tim ChannonFirst Team

THE Seagulls have launched an appeal over the controversial red card for keeper Matt Cooper which left the team to play for over an hour with ten men in a 4-1 defeat at table-topping South Shields.   After conceding a goal in  the first five minutes, the Bay were rocked on 22 minutes when the keeper was shown a straight … Read More

Seagulls take on league leaders

Tim ChannonFirst Team

THE Seagulls have a chance to complete the double over league leaders and title favourites South Shields when they make the 400 mile round trip to the North East on Saturday. They ended the FA Vase holders’ 45-match unbeaten run in September when they beat them 4-2 at home and manager Alan Morgan expects to have a near full-strength squad … Read More

Mulholland goal wins the points

Tim ChannonFirst Team

A GOAL from Astley Mulholland, his 18th of the season, was enough to give the Seagulls three more points in the chase for a play-off place as they held on to beat Ossett Town 1-0 (April 10)  The only goal came after 24 minutes when some good inter-passing saw a shot from Astley turned away for a corner by visiting … Read More

Seagulls’ chance to boost play-off bid

Tim ChannonFirst Team

THE Seagulls will move to within one point of the top six play-off places if they win Tuesday night’s re-arranged home game against Ossett Town (7:45pm). Manager Alan Morgan will be looking for his side to continue the good form that saw them beat fifth-placed Prescot Cables 3-0 last Thursday and took them into a 2-0 lead against sixth-placed Trafford … Read More

Trafford game abandoned after serious injury

Tim ChannonFirst Team

THE big game against Trafford (April 7) was abandoned by the referee after 65 minutes play when Trafford forward Danny Frost suffered a serious head injury.  With medics not wanting to move the player after he swallowed his tongue, the air ambulance was alerted, but it had to abort the journey due to low cloud and poor visibility and as … Read More

Bartle double sets up play-off clash

Tim ChannonFirst Team

TWO goals from Danny Bartle, taking his season’s tally into double figures, helped the Seagulls to a 3-0 victory over fifth-placed Prescot Cables (April 5) which has set up a huge game against sixth-placed Trafford on Saturday (April 7th, 3pm).   Bay go into the game having moved into seventh place, four points behind Trafford with two games in hand  … Read More