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Tynedale completed their season by winning the North East League Northern Division by the smallest of goal difference margins, just three goals.
They completed the season by losing just three games in the league, scoring 77 league goals in total of which the league's leading goalscorer Christine Murray scored 34 goals in 18 appearances.
The club, led by skipper Laura Hepple, have had a successful season, also winning the Northumberland County Women's Cup Final against Premier Division opposition Whitley Bay.
The club moved to a new home ground at Ryton & Crawcrook Albion Football Club at the beginning of the season and this proved to be a very good move for both parties due to the excellent support facilities.
Coach Steve Ord paid tribute to his coaching team of Emma Lynch and Mark Ord as well as the tremendous support received both home and away which benefitted the team greatly throughout the season. He also was delighted that the team had come from County League status and up two tiers in only four seasons. To do the double was the true reward for everyone at the club.
He also paid tribute to the whole squad of players who have played through the season, saying it would be unfair to single out any player as it really has been a squad effort.
The club now looks forward to playing in the Premier Division and will be working hard through the pre-season to ensure the playing staff and finances are in place for the new challenges ahead.
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