24th March Matches

1928 – Away to Willington and one of our heaviest defeats ever. 3 – 13. It was a Northern League game and one hell of a result. Whitby’s scorers that day were: A ‘Pat’ Donnleey, Harry McBurney, and G. Rees. The team: D. Martin, Dunne.M, Waller.J, Butler.J, Rees.G, Donnelly.A, Harland.J, Perry.G, Donnelly.P, McBurney.H, Palmer.R.

1951 – Home to Penrith and a 1 – 1 draw, Sammy Kemp the goal scorer.

1967 – Evenwood Town at home and a 2 – 1 win Jack Durnall and Kevin Mulgrew the scorers.

1973 – Home to Durham City and Derek Hampton and William Veart scored in the 2 – 1 win.

1978 – A 4-1 win at home to Durham City again. Don Burluraux, Bruce Ward (2) and Don Heath with the goals.

1979 – Home again this time to Shildon and a 1 – 1 draw. Eddie Kyle on the sheet.

1989 – An away defeat 0-1 to South Bank.

1990 – Brandon United visited the Turnbull and left pointless when two goals from Paul Pitman gained Whitby a 2-1 win.

1993 – Middlesbrough were beaten 3-2 in the North Riding Senior Cup quarter final. Phil Linacre, Kenny Goodrick Mark Dickinson on the score sheet.

2004 – A goalless draw against Hucknall Town on this day.

2007 – Ilkeston Town inflicted a 0-3 defeat at the away game.

2008 – North Ferriby United were defeated 4 – 1 by hattrick by Carl Charlton and one from Sam Garvie.

2009 – Another goalless draw this time against Witton Albion.

2010 – Boston United were beaten at the Turnbull 2 – 0 by a Jimmy Beadle brace.

2012 – A home win over Northwich Victoria 2 – 1 saw goals from Tom Portas and Jeff Smith.

2018 – Coalville Town were beaten by a Junior Mondal goal.


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