Date:Friday April 28 2006
Newcastle Reserves finished their league season unbeaten at home at Kingston Park, drawing 0-0 with Birmingham City.
Tommy Craig fielded a youthful side, and the team that finished the game was almost an academy line-up after his two most experienced players - Alan O'Brien and Kris Gate - both limped off in the first period.
Matthew Birley almost broke the deadlock on 33 minutes when he rose well to get on the end of a cross from James McPike, but his header came back off the post.
United end their season in the Northumberland Senior Cup final against Blyth Spartans at Croft Park next Wednesday.
NEWCASTLE UNITED: Fraser Forster, Chris Shanks, Phil Cave, David Edgar, Paul Huntington, Kris Gate (Callum Little 42), Liam Atkin (Andy Carroll 80), Rob Cavener, Carl Finnigan, James Troisi, Alan O'Brien (Dean Critchlow 39). Subs Not Used: Mark Cook.
Late Cole Bid Fails (Wednesday September 2 2015)
Vuckic Signs New Deal & Departs On Loan (Tuesday September 1 2015)
Ferguson Stays At Millwall (Tuesday September 1 2015)
Mowatt In As Perez Stays (Tuesday September 1 2015)
The Next Big Thing That Wasn't (Tuesday September 1 2015)
Cisse Hints At NUFC Exit (Monday August 31 2015)
Deadline Day Tomorrow (Monday August 31 2015)
McClaren Considering Mitrovic Appeal (Saturday August 29 2015)
Stats: Newcastle v Arsenal (Saturday August 29 2015)
Newcastle v Arsenal - Team Line Ups (Saturday August 29 2015)
|Match Analysis - Swansea City 2-1 Manchester United
» Swansea : 02/09/2015 21:14:00
|Afellay suspension shortened to two games
» Stoke : 02/09/2015 20:25:01
|The Yellow Bird Podcast
» Norwich : 02/09/2015 20:04:01
|Jarvis Joins Norwich
» West Ham : 02/09/2015 17:50:00
|Adebayor Didn`t Come
» West Ham : 02/09/2015 17:35:01