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Whitley Bay reserves played a game at last on Sunday, after a prolonged bad weather break stretching back to October 18th!
They eventually got to play top of the table Durham City in a North East League Northern Division match but even then, the fixture wasn't without problems. Whitley had been due to play Teesside Athletic, but the fixture was cancelled due to Teesside playing in their County Cup competition.
Durham stepped in at the last minute to play the game, but Whitley's regular pitch at Valley Gardens was waterlogged. The game was switched to Marden Bridge and finished all square at 1-1, with Whitley gaining a creditable point against their high flying opponents.
Whitley manager Andy Windscheffel was just pleased for his side to play a game. He said: "It seems so long ago that we actually played. This was a very good performance and shows great credit to the team who have trained hard for months and had 15 successive games called off."
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