Blues admission prices up for first time in three years

Leon Scott in a one-to-one battle for the ball'picture: Andy Duffin
Leon Scott in a one-to-one battle for the ball'picture: Andy Duffin
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WHITBY Town Football Club has increased admission prices for next season - but only by 50 pence.

It is the first time entry to the Turnbull Ground has gone up in three years, meaning admissions are now adults and Concessions £8 and £5, but under 18s still get in for just £2.

Season tickets are now £130 adults (£6.43 a game/four free matches), £75 concessions (£3.58 a game/six free matches for OAPs/disabled).

Friendlies cost £5 adults, £3 OAPs and £1 under 18s while programmes are up to £2.

Secretary John Tyreman has confirmed Whitby won’t be entering the North Riding Senior Cup next season and the club’s new away kit sponsor is Steve Duck’s Integral Collection Ltd.

On the playing side, Joe Cornforth and Tony Hackworth will not be back next season while leading scorer for the past two seasons, Jimmy Beadle, is now playing in Sweden.