A football grudge match between sports reporters and online bloggers ended in the horror of a penalty shoot out.
The Northern League Writers kept their nerve to beat the Northern League Bloggers from the spot after a five-all draw in the charity match organised in aid of the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation.
David Hartrick was the star for the bloggers’ side, managed by Gateshead manager Jon Shaw.
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For the writers’ side, the Daily Mirror’s north-east correspondent Simon Bird scored twice.
The game went to penalties and the writers triumphed but Shaw also took a spot-kick which was saved.
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