Grangetown BC 3-1 Redcar Town
North Riding Football League - Premier Division
Wednesday 3rd April 2019
Grangetown is a township in the borough of Redcar and Cleveland in North Yorkshire, approximately 3 miles east of Middlesbrough town centre and 4 miles from the coast in Redcar.
The birthplace of Roy Chubby Brown, born Royston Vasey in 78 Broadway, Grangetown in February 1945. The stand-up comic act consists of strong blue humour, a free speaking style and lack of concern for political correctness. (as this is ground number 666 the only tenuous link I had was this mucky old devil)Grangetown Boys Club formed in 1941.
Teesside League champions on four occasions in 1998-99, 1999-2000, 2002-03 and
MacMillan Bowl winners four times in 1964, 2000, 2001 and 2003
The pitch is fully railed with home and away dugouts on one side. The changing rooms are in the community centre, which includes refreshments facilities behind the goal.
40 mile drive door-to-door down the A19.
Current North Riding FL Premier Division grounds visited 10/16Grangetown Boys Club(4th) v Redcar Town(6th)
NRFL - Premier Division matchday
The Tigers came back from an unfortunate own goal deficit to hit back with three second half goals. The hosts cancelled out the 22nd minute opener when #8 equalised straight from the restart. A few minutes later Ben Martin just managed to stay onside before placing his shot wide of the keeper into the far corner. The points were guaranteed when John Stott hit a sweet 20 yard effort with twenty minutes remaining to cap off a good second half display.
GBCFC 3(OG 46 Martin 53 Stott 69)
RTFC 1(#4 22OG)