Scarborough Athletic FC
Northern Counties East League
2012 - Premier Champions - 2013
The final NCEL League game of 2012/13 for Scarborough Athletic. The Champions had been crowned and promotion certain the previous week after their 2-0 victory over Click Here : >> Retford United. This was a day of celebration for the hundreds of "Seadogs" who made the journey to Glasshoughton Welfare, who along with Long Eaton United and Pickering Town were the only three clubs to defeat Rudy Funk's troops throughout the NCEL Premier League season. We'd like to thank everyone at Scarborough Athletic FC for their help and support throughout last season and we'd also like to thank Garry Willis of Glasshoughton Welfare for his help and support on the day.
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Competition : Northern Counties East League : Premier Division
Result : Glasshoughton Welfare 2 Scarborough Athletic 1
Attendance : 330
"It's The Big One"
Match Advert In Charlie's Chippy
"Goal Post Architecture"
Tony Hackworth, Scarborough Athletic captain leads out the team to a players and officials "Guard Of Honour" on achieving promotion to the Evo Stik League
Another great following from Scarborough Athletic, another bumper gate for the home side.
David Brown, who put Scarborough Athletic ahead on the hour.
"The Main Stand : Glasshoughton Welfare"
"Half Time Raffle"
"The Usual Suspects"
"I KnowI Am, I'm Sure I Am, I'm...
Boro' Till I Die"
"Homage To Rudy"
Rudy with "Seadog", Dave Morgan.
Dave had his head shaved and tattooed in homage to the achievements of Rudy and Scarborough Athletic in the 2012/13 season.
"Nashy Amongst The Branches"
Post Match Celebrations
The season is over, the Championship is won and promotion achieved.
Players & Supporters United As One
Robbie Hawkes and Player Of The Year, Pete Davidson share a shandy on the Glasshoughton Welfare pitch.
The Scarborough Athletic NCEL story began on 11 August 2007, a 2-1 defeat at Teversal, six seasons later, 27 April 2013 saw The Seadogs lose by the same scoreline at Glasshoughton Welfare. Promotion from Division One in only their second season and never finishing below 10th place in the NCEL Premier League, "The Seadog Story" will continue into the new season, a new league and hopefully very soon, a new stadium in their home town.
We look forward to carrying on recording through our photography, the success story that is happening at Scarborough Athletic FC.
No Battle, No Victory