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York City 0-3 Gateshead

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Match Date: Monday 26th December 2022
Kick Off: 15:00

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Monday 26th December 2022 league
Gateshead Gateshead
York City York City
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Jack McGraghan
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Gateshead make the 168-mile round trip to York City on Boxing Day in the final fixture of 2022.

The Heed make their second-ever journey to the LNER Community Stadium in search of a second consecutive win following Tuesday’s 5-1 Isuzu FA Trophy victory against Gloucester City.

Owen Bailey, Dan Jarvis, Dan Ward and Danny Elliott all found the net in midweek as Mike Williamson’s side set up a fourth round tie at home to Oldham Athletic in January.

York, meanwhile, netted five of their own on Tuesday night in a 5-0 win over Blyth Spartans on home turf.

In the National League, The Minstermen ended a nine-game winless run with a 2-0 win away to Woking last time out, leaving them 16th in the league table.

New manager David Webb is set to take charge for the first time since replacing John Askey on Boxing Day, with assistant manager Michael Morton in the dugout against Blyth.

Nicholas Lenell John-Lewis is York’s leading scorer (9) in the league heading into the final game of the year, having ended a run of four games without a goal at Woking.

Heed View

“It’s difficult because they’ve had the new manager in but he hasn’t been able to work with them,” said player-manager, Mike Williamson.

“They started the season well and we’ve looked at where we can hurt them, but we’re looking to build off Tuesday’s result and keep that momentum.”

Team News

Aaron Martin remains absent due to injury, but could return for the reverse fixture on January 2.

Live Streaming

Boxing Day’s fixture at York City is available to watch live via the National League’s new streaming service, National League TV.

Fans can subscribe at www.nationalleaguetv.com, with match day passes priced at £9.50.

Fans will have the ability to switch between any National Division match streamed on any given match day.

Ticketing Information

Away supporters will be situated in the North Stand at the LNER Community Stadium, with admission priced at:

Adult – £21

Concession / 60+ – £16

Students / 18 & Under – £9

11 & Under – £7

Tickets can be purchased online here, or supporters can also book tickets over the phone by calling York City’s ticket office on 01904 942232, or pay on the day from the North Stand ticket booth which opens at midday.

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Match Report: Jack McGraghan

Gateshead put on a festive feast with three goals and three points at York City on Boxing Day.

Danny Elliott converted twice from the spot to net his first two league goals in Heed colours, before Owen Bailey netted his third goal in two games to seal a convincing win.

Adam Campbell returned to the starting 11 at the LNER Community Stadium, and it took just seven minutes for him to make an impact.

His pressure caused Sam Sanders’ clearance to fall to Elliott inside the box, and he won a penalty after being thrown off balance by goalkeeper Ethan Ross, despite attempting to keep his footing.

The forward converted calmly from the spot to net his second Gateshead goal, and the visitors ramped up the pressure from then on with Dan Ward almost finding a second but for Ross’ reaction stop.

At the other end, Ethan Pye was on hand to prevent Nathan Thomas from driving into the box with a perfectly timed sliding challenge, before James Montgomer pulled off a fine reaction save to prevent Lennell John-Lewis fron equalising.

Elliott continued to prove a thorn in York’s side throughout and fired just wide midway through the half, before Ward was again denied by Ross as the ‘keeper this time blocked with his feet one-on-one.

The forward’s industrious display continued into the second half and Ross was on hand to deny him from finding a second, tipping a 25-yard strike over his crossbar.

Elliott got his brace with 67 minutes on the clock however, sending Ross the wrong way from the penalty spot once more after Bailey was barged down by Daniel Pybus just inside the 18-yard box.

The forward for a moment thought he had his first Gateshead hat-trick six minutes later when he volleyed home Kamil Conteh’s pull back, only for the assistant referee to disallow his effort after the ball had been deemed to have left the field of play on the goal line.

It would be Bailey who grabbed his side’s third however, sending Greg Olley’s corner into the far corner on the slide to net his third set-piece goal inside two games, and ensure a vital three points for Gateshead.

Gateshead: Montgomery, Tinkler, Richardson, Storey, Pye, Bailey, Conteh, Olley (c) (Jarvis, 88’), Ward (Knight, 79’), Campbell (Forbes, 90+1’), Elliott.

Substitutes: Langley, Harris.

York City: Ross, Crookes, Pybus, Sanders (Fallowfield, 68’), Kouogun, Duckworth, Duku (Hurst, 82’), Hancox, John-Lewis, McLaughlin (Burgess, 90+4’), Thomas.

Substitutes: Whitley, Greaves.

Yellow Cards: Ross (8’), Hancox (38’)

Attendance: 5,384 (155 Gateshead)

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