Club news 2012-13
Following the postponement of the Sunday, 27 January match between HT Sports FC and RCA Grangetown Florists in the Carlsberg FA Sunday Cup, the fixture has been reversed and will now be played at Meadow Park, next Sunday, 3 February with a 1pm kick off.
The re-arranged and ill-fated fixture against Bishop Auckland FC has fallen foul of the weather again.
The Meadow Park pitch is saturated and today's rain has made the surface unplayable.
We will look to re-arrange for next Tuesday.
Tonight's Northern League fixture, away to Billingham Synthonia has been postponed because of the snow.
Today's Northern League fixture at home to Dunston UTS has been postponed.
Because of family commitments, Assistant Manager, Carl Beasley has stepped down from his position. All of us at Sunderland RCA would like to thank Carl for his services to the club, both as a player and as part of the management team, and to pass on our best wishes for the future.
Craig Shields, who has been goalkeeping coach - not to mention the occasional super-sub appearances at centre forward - has now joined the management team of Neil Hixon, George Herd and Ian Smith for the rest of the season.
Tonight's Northern League fixture against Whitley Bay was called off before it started following a serious power failure in the ground.
We are very sorry about the inconvenience caused to fans, players and officials. Northern League Chairman, Mike Amos, and Martin and Denise Haworth who run the league web site and The Northern League Club, will also be wondering about their luck.
We very much hope we will see you all again when the fixture is played.
Today's Northern League home fixture against Hebburn Town has been postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.
The club's Easter Draw numbers, in order drawn, are:
1029, 412, 208, 266, 702, 156, 574, 736, 1128, 79, 140, 576, 905, 389, 571, 1220, 686, 976, 1209, 892, 293, 7, 88, 713, 424, 826, 559
Tomorrow's Northern League match away to Consett is off because of the bad weather.
On Saturday, 4 May, 2013 Spennymoor Town will be playing Tunbridge Wells in the FA Vase Final at Wembley.
The club wish Spennymoor all the best and especially ex-RCA men Mark Davison, Joe Walton, Keith Graydon and Glen McCartney. Enjoy the day and bring back the Vase, please!
The price of tickets has been lowered to £15 and £5 for children to hopefully attract more spectators. Details of how to purchase tickets are available here.
Spennymoor Town have also arranged return travel by coach for only £20 and coach tickets are available from Spennymoor’s Wembley Club Shop, under the Town Hall in the town centre, from 9am on Monday. The Wembley Club Shop will be open 9am - 5pm Monday to Friday up to 3 May, and 9am - 1pm Saturdays.
Further details are available on Spennymoor's web site.