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Post  Kipper on 2018-12-04, 10:48 am

Roker Report reckon on 9 changes tonight. I reckon that's still a quality team:

Goalkeeper: Robbin Ruiter

Robbin Ruiter returned to the subs’ bench for the FA Cup tie at Walsall at the weekend having shaken off an injury. Tonight he will resume his Checkatrade career and once more keep goal for Sunderland.
Ruiter has been a far more impressive figure in this competition than in his Championship displays, but he has yet to fully challenge Jon McLaughlin for the number one jersey. Out of contract this summer, it would be something of a surprise were he to extend his Sunderland career, but, for now, he can accomplish something by being part of a successful cup team.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Robbin Ruiter has impressed during this competition Image: Getty Images


Defence: Jack Bainbridge, Glenn Loovens, Alim Öztürk, Bryan Oviedo

Against Morecambe, Ross elevated a number of Academy players and gave them the chance to prove themselves in a first team competition. Jack Bainbridge was one of those to benefit and performed admirably at right back that evening. James Fowler, in his press conference yesterday, hinted that some of the Academy lads would remain in and around the squad for tonight and it shouldn’t be too much of a surprise if Bainbridge is given another chance to impress.
On the left, Bryan Oviedo may continue in the side following his late inclusion at The Bescot for the injured Chris Maguire. Returning to his more natural left-back position, the Costa Rican will be looking to make further impressions on the Sunderland management. Having lost his place to Reece James, who has been a consistent performer this season, there is the question of whether Oviedo will move on in the January window. Whether playing to regain his Sunderland shirt or to prompt a move elsewhere, Oviedo will take the opportunity to put himself in the shop-window tonight.
In the middle, it is likely that Glenn Loovens and Alim Öztürk will be given a run-out. Such has been the form and partnership of Tom Flanagan and Jack Baldwin that the two other senior centre-halves have ben kicking their heels of late. A chance tonight to remind Ross of their abilities won’t go amiss.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Will Jack Bainbridge be given another opportunity tonight? Image: Sunderland AFC


Midfield: Bali Mumba, Luke O’Nien, Jake Hackett

James Fowler yesterday confirmed Bali Mumba would start this evening’s game. The England Youth International missed the Morecambe game, but has been in and around the first team squad of late. An appearance as a substitute on Saturday during the FA cup game at Walsall will have whetted the youngesters appetite for the match tonight. Bali is one of the best Academy products since Jordan Pickford and the management will be keen for his development to continue in the correct manner.
Jake Hackett is another who is finding a slot in matchday squads and impressed during the last Checkatrade game. If, like Bainbridge, he is another youngster given further opportunities in this competition, it will certainly cement his name as one of the ones to watch. Hackett has a good all-round game and will be keen to perhaps secure a loan move in January to build his experience.
Luke O’Nien has come to the fore in recent weeks. His hard work has paid off as he started the FA cup-tie and must be a strong bet for tonight. Jack Ross has spoken of how the former Wycombe man has taken time to settle, but the way O’Nien plays with his heart on his sleeve is endearing him to the Sunderland fans. Another good showing tonight and he will continue to push his claims for a regular league start.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Bali Mumba is a rising star for both Sunderland and England Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images


Forwards: Jerome Sinclair, Jack Diamond, Duncan Watmore

With Jack Ross opting to switch Josh Maja for Jerome Sinclair in recent weeks, the on-loan Watford man may well be looking to start tonight’s game. His power and pace has been a problem for defences when he’s played, but his goalscoring remains an issue numerically. Hopefully tonight, Sinclair can throw caution to the wind and grab a goal or two to boost his confidence.
Talking of confidence, a run-out tonight for Duncan Watmore will be a huge step forward in the attacker’s return from serious injury. The club have handled his recovery well and tonight, be it as a starter or a sub, the sight of Watmore once more representing Sunderland in a competitve match will be a huge boost for all concerned.
For Duncan himself, this is a step towards full recovery and there is bound to be a huge cheer when his name is announced.
The third member of the forward line may well be Jack Diamond. Again, an Academy youngster who has performed well when given a chance in this competition, he is one of a few highly-rated forwards coming through. Andrew Nelson is recovering from injury, Benji Kimpioka marked his debut with a goal in this competition, and Lee Connelly is another worth watching out for. But if Diamond is given the chance, perhaps he will be the name on people’s lips come full time.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]It will be great to see Duncan Watmore return this evening Image: Sunderland AFC





   

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Post  sunderpitt on 2018-12-04, 11:05 am

Is this going to be on SAFCSEE?
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Post  Kipper on 2018-12-04, 1:07 pm

sunderpitt wrote:Is this going to be on SAFCSEE?

Yes
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Post  sunderpitt on 2018-12-04, 1:48 pm

Kipper wrote:
sunderpitt wrote:Is this going to be on SAFCSEE?

Yes

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Post  Hieronymus on 2018-12-04, 5:39 pm

Great news for us and Duncan - sorry don't have time to copy and paste whole article - another Bowls match to go to tonight!

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Post  sunderpitt on 2018-12-04, 5:44 pm

Hieronymus wrote:Great news for us and Duncan - sorry don't have time to copy and paste whole article - another Bowls match to go to tonight!

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In playing bowls have you come across Marion Colling/Boiston from Alnwick?
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Post  Hieronymus on 2018-12-04, 6:00 pm

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Hieronymus wrote:Great news for us and Duncan - sorry don't have time to copy and paste whole article - another Bowls match to go to tonight!

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In playing bowls have you come across Marion Colling/Boiston from Alnwick?
No sorry, is she a relation? I think Alnwick must play in a separate league to us though as our Indoor Carpet Bowls league only has Shilbottle, Belford, Hetton Steads, Powburn, Glendale, Longhoughton and us (Bamburgh).

Maybe she plays outdoor bowls in summer? I might have met her at a friendly in that case but you don't really get introduced to people. Seahouses does not have a ladies league team unfortunately as i am the only woman player! Following three sad and sudden deaths this past few months I think the 'committee' are contemplating making me an honorary man for the coming summer league season though (not sure if that is a compliment or not! Very Happy)
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Post  oxfordshire on 2018-12-04, 8:26 pm

1 - 0 safc. 
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Post  oxfordshire on 2018-12-04, 8:39 pm

Half time 1 -0 safc. Watmore shot deflected by defender so own goal.
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Post  oxfordshire on 2018-12-04, 8:43 pm

David Vaughan playing for visitors.
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Post  oxfordshire on 2018-12-04, 9:30 pm

Penalty safc. GOALLLLLL. 2 - 0 Sinclair.
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Post  oxfordshire on 2018-12-04, 9:39 pm

Full time. Another win.
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Hello. Anyone there?
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Post  sunderpitt on 2018-12-05, 8:26 am

Hieronymus wrote:
sunderpitt wrote:
Hieronymus wrote:Great news for us and Duncan - sorry don't have time to copy and paste whole article - another Bowls match to go to tonight!

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In playing bowls have you come across Marion Colling/Boiston from Alnwick?
No sorry, is she a relation? I think Alnwick must play in a separate league to us though as our Indoor Carpet Bowls league only has Shilbottle, Belford, Hetton Steads, Powburn, Glendale, Longhoughton and us (Bamburgh).

Maybe she plays outdoor bowls in summer? I might have met her at a friendly in that case but you don't really get introduced to people. Seahouses does not have a ladies league team unfortunately as i am the only woman player! Following three sad and sudden deaths this past few months I think the 'committee' are contemplating making me an honorary man for the coming summer league season though (not sure if that is a compliment or not! Very Happy)

Yes she is aunt.. she still plays I believe and has been Northumberland Champion.. in her 70s now. Alnwick is big in bowls, or so I am told...
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Post  sunderpitt on 2018-12-05, 8:29 am

Good win..
Dunc had a good run out (and scored a goal?)

The young players were all good especially Mumba and Kimi (sp)
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Post  Hieronymus on 2018-12-05, 8:48 am

Well done lads - another win and still in another Cup with Wembley on the horizon Very Happy

Sunderland 2-0 Notts County report: Duncan Watmore returns as Black Cats reach last 16
Jerome Sinclair scored from the penalty spot as Sunderland progressed in the Checkatrade Trophy, and Duncan Watmore made his comeback
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Duncan Watmore of Sunderland has a shot (Image: Sunderland AFC via Getty Images)
Duncan Watmore made his first-team comeback as Sunderland beat Notts County to book their place in the last 16 of the Checkatrade Trophy.
Watmore played his first senior game in more than a year and lasted three-quarters of the match, with his energy and attacking threat directly leading to the opening goal midway through the first half, albeit it was Magpies defender Dan Jones who put through his own net.
Watmore’s replacement Benji Kimpioka then won the penalty which sealed the Black Cats’ progress, with Jones again the guilty party, and Jerome Sinclair converted.
The victory extends Sunderland’s unbeaten run to 16 games in all competitions, and it means they are now just three wins from the Checkatrade Trophy final at Wembley.
Jack Ross made eight changes to the side that started the weekend FA Cup tie at Walsall, with only Max Power, Luke O’Nien, and Bryan Oviedo retained.
Aside from Watmore’s return, the other changes saw Dylan McGeouch return from injury, while Robbin Ruiter, Jack Bainbridge, Glenn Loovens, Alim Ozturk, Bali Mumba, and Sinclair came into the side.
Jon McLaughlin, Adam Matthews, Tom Flanagan, Jack Baldwin, Reece James, Lynden Gooch, Aiden McGeady, and Josh Maja, were all rested ahead of the weekend league trip to Accrington Stanley.
Notts County’s new boss Neal Ardley made four changes to the side that drew 1-1 in the league against Carlisle at the weekend.
Richard Duffy, Shaun Brisley, Terry Hawkidge, and former Sunderland man David Vaughan came into the side in place of Keston Davies, Elliott Ward, Jamie Turley, and Noor Husin. Another ex-Black Cat, Jon Stead, was on the bench.
County gave Sunderland a couple of early scares, with Rob Milsom curling a free-kick just wide of the far post from the right flank, and then Oviedo’s attempt to cushion a cross back to Ruiter forcing the keeper to save with his legs and then grab at the second attempt.
But the Black Cats soon took control with Ross Fitzsimons needing two attempts to deal with a shot from Mumba, and then the keeper making a save from Power after the midfielder’s initial shot from the edge of the box had been blocked.
Sunderland took the lead on 22 minutes when McGeouch released Watmore inside the area on the left, his shot was parried by Fitzsimons but into the path of Jones as he raced back and it hit the hapless defender and went into the unguarded net.
Sinclair sent a shot over the bar just after the half-hour, Watmore brought a save out of the keeper five minutes before the break, and Fitzsimons did well to tip a shot from Oviedo over the bar.
County’s best effort of the half came 10 minutes before the interval when Kristian Dennis’ header forced Ruiter into an excellent save, and the keeper got up to block the follow-up shot out for a corner.
It took a fine save from Fitzsimons to deny Watmore a goal on his comeback on the hour.
The forward cut inside the area from right to left and played a one-two with O’Nien, but his shot was pushed round the post by the keeper diving low to his right.
Watmore went off midway through the second half and his replacement Kimpioka took just five minutes to make his mark, winning a penalty when he was bundled over by Jones just as he was preparing to shoot.

Sunderland 2-0 Notts County


Sinclair stepped up to send the keeper the wrong way from the spot and convert, and the two-goal cushion meant there were no late nerves.
In fact Mumba could have added a third with virtually the last kick of the game, but he saw his shot deflected wide from close range.

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SUNDERLAND: Ruiter, Bainbridge, Loovens, Ozturk, Mumba, Power (Hackett 83), McGeouch, O’Nien, Oviedo, Watmore (Kimpioka 68), Sinclair (Diamond 87). Subs not used: Patterson, Flanagan, Hunter, Maja
NOTTS COUNTY: Fitzsimons, Hawkridge (Husin 62), Duffy, Brisley, Jones, Milsom, Patching (Kellett 78), Hewitt, Vaughan, Thomas, Dennis (Stead 62). Subs not used: Pindroch, Ward, Evina, Campbell
BOOKED: Hewitt, Duffy
REFEREE: Graham Salisbury (Lancashire)
ATTENDANCE: 8,580

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sunderpitt wrote:
Hieronymus wrote:
sunderpitt wrote:
Hieronymus wrote:Great news for us and Duncan - sorry don't have time to copy and paste whole article - another Bowls match to go to tonight!

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In playing bowls have you come across Marion Colling/Boiston from Alnwick?
No sorry, is she a relation? I think Alnwick must play in a separate league to us though as our Indoor Carpet Bowls league only has Shilbottle, Belford, Hetton Steads, Powburn, Glendale, Longhoughton and us (Bamburgh).

Maybe she plays outdoor bowls in summer? I might have met her at a friendly in that case but you don't really get introduced to people. Seahouses does not have a ladies league team unfortunately as i am the only woman player! Following three sad and sudden deaths this past few months I think the 'committee' are contemplating making me an honorary man for the coming summer league season though (not sure if that is a compliment or not! Very Happy)

Yes she is aunt.. she still plays I believe and has been Northumberland Champion.. in her 70s now. Alnwick is big in bowls, or so I am told...
I will look out for her - but almost everyone who plays bowls is in 70's and 80's - I always feel so young when I play!!
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Hieronymus wrote:
sunderpitt wrote:
Hieronymus wrote:
sunderpitt wrote:
Hieronymus wrote:Great news for us and Duncan - sorry don't have time to copy and paste whole article - another Bowls match to go to tonight!

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In playing bowls have you come across Marion Colling/Boiston from Alnwick?
No sorry, is she a relation? I think Alnwick must play in a separate league to us though as our Indoor Carpet Bowls league only has Shilbottle, Belford, Hetton Steads, Powburn, Glendale, Longhoughton and us (Bamburgh).

Maybe she plays outdoor bowls in summer? I might have met her at a friendly in that case but you don't really get introduced to people. Seahouses does not have a ladies league team unfortunately as i am the only woman player! Following three sad and sudden deaths this past few months I think the 'committee' are contemplating making me an honorary man for the coming summer league season though (not sure if that is a compliment or not! Very Happy)

Yes she is aunt.. she still plays I believe and has been Northumberland Champion.. in her 70s now. Alnwick is big in bowls, or so I am told...
I will look out for her - but almost everyone who plays bowls is in 70's and 80's - I always feel so young when I play!!

Folk who live in North Sunderland have that attribute
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Post  Kipper on 2018-12-05, 9:28 am

Hieronymus wrote:
sunderpitt wrote:
Hieronymus wrote:
sunderpitt wrote:
Hieronymus wrote:Great news for us and Duncan - sorry don't have time to copy and paste whole article - another Bowls match to go to tonight!

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In playing bowls have you come across Marion Colling/Boiston from Alnwick?
No sorry, is she a relation? I think Alnwick must play in a separate league to us though as our Indoor Carpet Bowls league only has Shilbottle, Belford, Hetton Steads, Powburn, Glendale, Longhoughton and us (Bamburgh).

Maybe she plays outdoor bowls in summer? I might have met her at a friendly in that case but you don't really get introduced to people. Seahouses does not have a ladies league team unfortunately as i am the only woman player! Following three sad and sudden deaths this past few months I think the 'committee' are contemplating making me an honorary man for the coming summer league season though (not sure if that is a compliment or not! Very Happy)

Yes she is aunt.. she still plays I believe and has been Northumberland Champion.. in her 70s now. Alnwick is big in bowls, or so I am told...
I will look out for her - but almost everyone who plays bowls is in 70's and 80's - I always feel so young when I play!!

I used to play bowls in my 20s - it was a good way to have a night out with my Dad. And I have to say I was pretty good, but blimey there were some old boys who did not like that at all. Hey ho, may take it up again some day.
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Post  Vincemac on 2018-12-05, 11:49 am

The draw for Round Three of the Checkatrade Trophy will take place on Saturday 8 December, live on Sky Sports.

This year's draw will be presented by Adam Leventhal and conducted by pundits Alan McInally and Matt Le Tissier, as part of Sky's Soccer Saturday coverage at 12:20pm.

The Round Three draw will be regionalised between the Northern and Southern section. 

More information, including details of ball numbers for the draw and confirmed teams will be released in due course.
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Post  Sid MCFC on 2018-12-08, 12:37 pm

Bloody hell. You’re playing your nearest and dearest.  Wembley on the horizon. like
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Post  Kipper on 2018-12-08, 12:47 pm

Sid MCFC wrote:Bloody hell. You’re playing your nearest and dearest.  Wembley on the horizon. like
what adraw! This should be amusing.
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what adraw! This should be amusing.
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Will the skunks play their under 21s? We are on a licking to nothing if they do.

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sunderpitt wrote:Will the skunks play their under 21s? We are on a licking to nothing if they do.

Policing will be fun!
The rules for the U21 teams are as follows :

7.8 Each Invited Club must ensure that in each Match:
7.8.1 at least six of the starting eleven players named on the Team Sheet are players who were aged under 21 as at the 30th June in the year in which the Season concerned commenced; and
7.8.2 no more than two players who:
(i) are aged 21 or over; and
(ii) have made 40 or more appearances in a First Team Fixture (either in the starting eleven or as a playing substitute)
in each case as at the 30th June in the year in which the Season concerned, shall be named on the Team Sheet.
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