It's a FULL match day programme for this evening's Carabao Cup Match vs Oxford United with all your favourites including an interview with Lewis Collins, your news on our brand-new fans page, updates from the Trust and Community and some challenging puzzles on our Junior Supporter Pages.
Ahead of this evening's match, we take a brief look at what you can enjoy in your Newport County AFC Match Day Programme ... all for just £3
Academy Starlet, Lewis Collins, speaks to Ryan Robinson about making his first team debut last season, being named on the bench against Cambridge United, an incredible U18s Academy Trip to the Netherlands and attempting to follow in the footsteps of his brother (Wolverhampton Wanderers' Aaron Collins).
A GAME OF TWO HALVES
"Northern Irish football does not figure much in the headlines and is well down the pecking order for mainland UK sports coverage after English, Scottish and Welsh Premiership football," writes Colin Everett as he delves into the intrigue and fascination of Northern Irish football and its quiet connection to County's 1980/81 Season.
AMBER IN THE ATTIC
It has not escaped most County fans that our 2018/19 Carabao Cup journey has, so far, pitted us against Club's from cities more associated with their world-renowned educational institutions than their football teams.
However, Chris Shingler's article will focus on a previous Festive Fixture between Newport County AFC and Oxford United. A "topsy-turvy" match which took place on the 28th December 1982 and ended 3-0.
TODAY'S THE DAY
The day (of course) is 28th August. The year? 2012. The opposition? Hereford United.
Now-manager, Michael Flynn, and defender David Pipe both lined up in a team which would go on to beat one of our nearest rivals 2-0 but those are just the facts. Phil Tanner recalls one of the best goals he's ever seen live and a performance then-manager Justin Edinbrough told the BBC was "an outstanding advert for the Conference".
COUNTY IN THE COMMUNITY
The County in the Community Cup – a newly formed competition between the Bengal Dragons and the County in the Community Futsal team – was hotly contested at Lliswerry School on Tuesday.
A sombre mood takes over our Fans Page this match as we remember two County fans who've recently passed away. We also enjoy some wonderful photos of you enjoying supporting your team.
Chief Scout, Paul Molesworth, talks Oxford's recent upturn in form and tells us a little about what he learned from watching their victory over Burton Albion on Saturday.
Spytty the Dog welcomes two mascots, Niamh and Joseph, to Rodney Parade for our Carabao Cup Match and also sets some tough quiz questions such as: which County player's career started at Rushden & Diamonds?
There's an update from the Supporters Trust which reminds supporters to sign up to Easy Fundraising a fantastic and COMPLETELY FREE way for you to raise money for our Club.
WELCOME OXFORD UNITED
Phil Tanner looks at our visitors this evening with in-depth player and manager profiles alongside stats, facts, and more. Previous shared players, social media reaction to the draw, and a look at United's past and present all contribute to this well-loved section of the programme.
POSTERS, PICTURES, AND A MESSAGE FROM MICHAEL FLYNN
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