Hartlepool United striker Scott Fenwick has joined National League side Tranmere Rovers on loan until the end of the seasonRead the full story ›
The sports journalist and television presenter Jeff Stelling, who is from Hartlepool, is doing well on day one of his challenge to raise awareness of prostate cancer.
The football journalist and TV personality says he will walk ten marathons in ten days - starting in Hartlepool.
The 260-mile journey will take in more than 30 football clubs, all of which are supporting his efforts to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK.
Day one sees the walkers set off from Hartlepool United, pass Middlesbrough FC and end at Marske.
As you can see from the photos - he has already reached the Transporter Bridge and The Riverside in Middlesbrough!
Hartlepool United boss Craig Hignett is keen to put his own stamp on the club but is finding that difficult mid-seasonRead the full story ›
Notts County survived a Hartlepool comeback to win 3-2 at Victoria Park.
Goals from Jon Stead and Liam Noble had the Magpies cruising after 14 minutes but the hosts were level when Jake Gray and Billy Paynter netted in quick succession.
Stead restored Notts' lead and settled the game with a 80th-minute header.
Hartlepool United have announced that Manager Ronnie Moore has left the Club by mutual consent.Read the full story ›
Hartlepool United have re-signed former Pools striker Luke James on loan from League One side Peterborough UnitedRead the full story ›
Hartlepool netted two goals in extra-time to edge past Northern Premier League side Salford City 2-0 at Victoria Park, taking them into the third round of the FA Cup.
The League Two strugglers, beaten 4-0 at Portsmouth on Saturday, were second-best for 90 minutes as former Pools midfielder James Poole drilled the ball over the crossbar from eight yards and Richie Allen grazed the post with a deflected free-kick.
Ronnie Moore's side finally began to threaten in extra-time and a superb cross from Rhys Oates picked out Scott Fenwick and he powered home a header.
Salford - who are part-owned by Gary and Phil Neville, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs and Nicky Butt - threw men forward which allowed Pools to grab a second on the break as Brad Walker's superb pass found Mikael Mandron and he expertly volleyed in to secure a third-round clash at home to Derby.
Salford City's historic FA Cup run remains alive after the part-timers held Hartlepool to a 1-1 draw at Moor Lane.
The Sky Bet League Two visitors took the lead in the eighth minute of the second round tie through Rhys Oates' penalty, before Stephen O'Halloran equalised from close range in the 23rd.
Hartlepool passed up several decent chances to win it in the second half and Salford keeper Jay Lynch saved well from Jake Gray, while Chris Lynch and James Poole went close for the hosts.
The eventual result was no less than Salford - who had never gone beyond the third qualifying round before this season - deserved as they put in another hugely creditable performance to follow up their memorable 2-0 victory over Notts County in round one.
And although a tough replay at Hartlepool awaits, they know their name will be in the hat alongside those of Barclays Premier League sides when the draw for the third round is made on Monday.
Pools began the game in purposeful fashion, going in front early on when Oates - on his 21st birthday - got the better of Steve Howson, was tripped by Andy Dawson in the box and tucked away the resulting spot-kick himself.
It was an ominous-looking start for Salford, but they responded well and not long after Danny Webber had just failed to get a touch to Chris Lynch's header across the visitors' goal, O'Halloran popped up with the equaliser, sliding in to covert Dawson's knock-down from a free-kick. With the home side getting on top Gary Stopforth's header deflected wide, but Hartlepool threatened again towards the end of the first half as a Salford defender nodded a corner narrowly over his own bar and Oates then struck off target.
Soon after the interval Adam Jackson fired wide of the Salford goal and home keeper Jay Lynch then produced a superb stop to keep out Jake Gray's fierce shot.
Lewis Hardcastle could not get enough power on his strike when in space at the other end, and Hartlepool then passed up an even better chance as substitute Rakish Bingham headed over.
Chris Lynch unleashed a swerving long-range effort in the 77th minute that was heading in, but Trevor Carson tipped over to deny the home captain.
Ex-Hartlepool man Poole then sent a free-kick just wide in the last few minutes.
The 'Class of 92' will have no influence over the result of Friday's FA Cup tie between Salford City and Hartlepool United, says Pools boss Ronnie Moore.
Salford play in the eighth tier of English football, but caused a major cup upset by beating Notts County in the previous round to earn a Second Round clash with Hartlepool.
The club are part owned by Manchester United's 'Class of 92' academy players which includes Ryan Giggs, Nicky Butt, Paul Scholes and brothers Gary and Phil Neville.
But despite their fame, Moore insists the group can't influence what happens on the pitch at Moor Lane tomorrow night.
Gateshead have named former Hartlepool United and Darlington defender Neil Aspin as the club's new First-Team Manager.
The 50-year-old joins the Heeds on an 18-month contract and takes over from Malcolm Crosby, who was sacked last weekend after a poor run of results.
It is Aspin's first managerial post since leaving National League side Halifax Town in September.
Apsin, who was born in Gateshead, said:
This means a great deal to me. I was born here and left to pursue my football career and it's fantastic to come back.
Aspin began his managerial career with Harrogate Town half-way through the 2004-05 campaign. He remained at Wetherby Road for four-and-a-half years, guiding the club to a series of top-half finishes before being appointed Halifax boss in 2009.