Mexborough & Swinton Times – Friday 11 November 1932
Denaby Spoil a Newark Record
Newark 0 Denaby 2
Denaby laid another “bogey” on Saturday when they took full points in their away game with Newark by a clear-cut two goals win. They have not won on this ground for a good many years, and the win was just the right kind of tonic for to-morrow’s F.A. Cup encounter at Tickhill Square.
Denaby were soon in their stride and settled down to play the delightful football which supporters have become used to seeing at Tickhill Square. The ball was got smartly out to the wings, where Siddall and Bagger, the former in particular were in their most dangerous form and led the home defenders a lively dance.
Denaby kept up the pressure with steady insistence and though Newark made determined efforts to keep their goal intact WALKER rushed in and gave Streets no chance with a hard drive after 23 minutes. Prior to this both Walker and Adams had missed good chances of giving the visitors the lead.
Denaby went further ahead before the interval, WALKER getting another goal after 33 minutes. This was another fine effort on the part of the inside-left who as usual, was never far from the ball. For a period in the second half Denaby faltered before Newark’s eager efforts to get on level terms but they were never in danger of being over-taken and though Gale had plenty to do the Newark inside forwards were singularly ineffective when it came to shooting and never looked like beating him.
SiddaIl, who was again under the notice of the “scouts,” and played a brilliant game, being ably partnered by Black who appears to be getting back to his best form just at the right time. There was the hallmark of class about Barrow’s work, the success of the right wing being due in no small measure to his splendid prompting. Smith (picture), on the other wing, was also very good and held the Newark right wing in close subjection.
This defeat by the way, was the first home reverse sustained by Newark this season.