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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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The Tynesider spent youth spells at Newcastle United and Sheffield United before dropping into the Northern League.
Had it not been for a remarkable point-blank save from Tynesiders' goalkeeper Aynsley Pears, the Moors would have been ahead as the Middlesbrough loanee somehow tipped Alex Gudger's powerful strike to safety.
But with just two minutes remaining the Tynesiders grabbed the winner.
First-half goalkeeper Pal Jakobsen had to play outfield and set up Newcastle's Kafeneon player of the match Eng to fire in his ninth and tenth goals of the match, Boussema then rounding off the Tynesiders' scoring.
Gateshead pair JJ O'Donnell (right) and Mike Williamson celebrate the Tynesiders' equaliser in the 2-1 derby defeat at Hartlepool
James Marwood came on to add pace to the Tynesiders attack and then Paddy McLaughlin replaced Jamie Chandler midway through the second half.
However, the North Tynesiders were presented with their fourth goal after a poor pass across the box was intercepted and finished by McLellan.
Tynesiders captain Robbie Tinkler was booked for a foul on the dangerous Matty Kosylo, whose cross then gave Preston a half chance.
The Tynesiders then travelled to Preston in the ESFA quarterfinals to face Runshaw College.
However, former Newcastle United defender Watson is confident the Tynesiders can cope with the fixture pile-up.