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Tyneside

the conurbation on the banks of the Tyne from Newcastle to the coast

Tyneside

 

a conurbation in Great Britain, situated along the Tyne River. The city of Newcastle is at its center. In 1974, Tyneside and the city of Sunderland were joined together into the metropolitan county of Tyne and Wear, with a population of 1.2 million (1974). Tyneside has harbor facilities, large-scale shipbuilding, heavy machine building, and electrical engineering. There is also a food industry and other enterprises, including fishing. Coal is exported from Tyneside.

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I know the likes of Billy Hardy from Sunderland won a Lonsdale Belt outright, but I cannot think of a Tynesider who has done it so we've got history in the making," Rowe told me.
Then yet another away tie saw thousand of Geordies making the arduous return trip to Plymouth Argyle where the Tynesiders triumphed 1-0.
The Tynesiders have won just two of their last eight games on home soil, something in need of urgent correction.
But with just two minutes remaining the Tynesiders grabbed the winner.
Earlier, Kosylo's thunderbolt from outside the box crashed against the post with Tynesiders keeper James Montgomery beaten.
Winless so far this season, the young Tynesiders return to National Under-19 Alliance League action against Stockport County a week on Wednesday .
The Tynesiders responded to Aspin's half-time team talk by scoring five goals after the break.
The West Tynesiders are hopeful of turning out a near full-strength team.
After that the Tynesiders made a good fist of it despite being a man light, Burnley defender Alex Whitmore reducing the deficit from Matty Pattison's corner.
Halifax have already beaten the Tynesiders once this term, a 4-1 win at the International Stadium in November spelling the end of Malcolm Crosby's short reign as boss.
Aspin expects Kevin Nicholson's troops to fancy their chances today, the Tynesiders having now been beaten eight times on their own turf this term.
Midway through the first half, Gateshead's midfield started to compete and the Tynesiders should have reduced the deficit after excellent movement down their right - only to see the ball go whipping past the far post.