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2012–13 Gateshead F.C. season

The 2012–13 season was Gateshead's fourth consecutive season in the Conference National and their 15th at this level in total. 6 June 2012: Gateshead announce the signing of striker James Brown from Hartlepool United.8 June 2012: Gateshead announce the signing of goalkeeper Adam Bartlett from Hereford United.21 June 2012: Gateshead announce the signing of defender Chris Bush from AFC Wimbledon.28 June 2012: Gateshead announce the signing of defender Glenn Wilson from Crawley Town.6 July 2012: Midfielder Jamie Chandler is named vice-captain following the departure of Kris Gate.12 July 2012: Gateshead announce the signing of defender Paddy Boyle on a six-month loan from Dunfermline Athletic.14 August 2012: Gateshead announce the signing of striker Ryan McGorrigan on an initial one-month deal.17 August 2012: Gateshead announce the signing of midfielder/striker Ryan Donaldson on an initial half-season deal.29 August 2012: Midfielder Josh Gillies is named in the England C squad to face Belgium U23s on 12 September.12 September 2012: Josh Gillies plays 90 minutes for England C in their 2–1 win against Belgium U23s.13 September 2012: Ryan McGorrigan's initial one-month contract is extended for a further month.

14 October 2012: Striker Ryan McGorrigan is released by the club.25 October 2012: Gateshead announce the signing of midfielder Lee Bullock on a one-month loan from York City.22 November 2012: Gateshead announce the signing of striker Liam Henderson on loan from York City until January & Lee Bullock's loan is extended for another month.26 November 2012: Gateshead announce Ryan Donaldson's initial half-season deal has been extended until the end of the season.10 December 2012: Gateshead announce manager Ian Bogie and assistant Terry Mitchell have been relieved of their duties at the club. Reserve team manager Anth Smith is named as caretaker manager.13 December 2012: Anth Smith is named manager until the end of the season.3 January 2013: Gateshead name David Rush as assistant manager to Anth Smith, with former reserve team manager Paul Bryson returning as head coach.4 January 2013: Gateshead announce the permanent signing of striker Liam Henderson from York City.8 January 2013: Defender Paddy Boyle's loan deal is extended until the end of the season, while fellow defender Chris Bush joins Lincoln City on a one-month loan.17 January 2013: Striker Yemi Odubade joins Forest Green Rovers on loan until the end of the season.30 January 2013: Defender Glenn Wilson joins Salisbury City on loan until the end of the season.30 January 2013: Gateshead sign defender Peter Bore after a successful trial.15 February 2013: Due to drainage problems at Gateshead International Stadium, meaning Gateshead only played one home game in over three months, Gateshead announce that at least seven of their remaining twelve home league fixtures will be played at Victoria Park, home of Hartlepool United.21 February 2013: Gateshead announce the signing of striker Ben Everson on a one-month loan from York City and the return of fellow striker Ryan McGorrigan from Blyth Spartans.27 February 2013: After an unsuccessful attempt to play the home game against Newport County on 26 February at The International Stadium, with Victoria Park being unavailable, Gateshead's home game against Kidderminster Harriers is switched to York City's Bootham Crescent.28 February 2013: Gateshead confirm that The International Stadium will not stage any more games for the remainder of the season.15 March 2013: Gateshead announce the signing of striker Jake Fowler on a one-month loan from Middlesbrough.21 March 2013: Gateshead announce that their upcoming game against Newport County will take place at York Street, home of Boston United, resulting in a 368-mile round trip for a home game.28 March 2013: Defender Chris Bush and striker Ryan McGorrigan leave the club on loan, joining Hereford United and Blyth Spartans respectively.29 March 2013: Striker Ben Everson's loan from York City is extended until the end of the season.6 April 2013: Gateshead beat Luton Town 5–1 at Brunton Park, Luton's heaviest defeat since being relegated to the Conference National in 2009.20 April 2013: Gateshead beat Ebbsfleet United 2–0 at the Riverside Stadium on the final day of the season to ensure Conference National football for 2013–14.24 April 2013: Gateshead announce manager Anth Smith has been given a new one-year contract.25 April 2013: Gateshead under 19s retain their Football Conference Youth Alliance North Division title.25 April 2013: Gateshead release seven players, while Paddy Boyle and Ben Everson return to their parent clubs.30 April 2013: Gateshead Reserves win the Central League Cup after a 2–1 victory over Mansfield Town Reserves at Field Mill.

Last updated on 20 April 2013 Total spending: £0 Total income: £0 Win Draw Loss Void Last updated on 3 May 2013 * Appearances and goals in League/Cup match against Mansfield Town on 30 April 2013 counted once in totals. Win Draw Loss 1 Match against Mansfield Town Reserves on 30 April 2013 counted as both an East Division game and the League Cup Final. Gateshead Football Club Fixtures/Results Gateshead Reserves Fixtures/Results

Tenthredo amoena

Tenthredo amoena is a sawfly species belonging to the family Tenthredinidae. This species can be found in most of Europe. Tenthredo amoena can reach a length of about 9–11 millimetres; these sawflies have a black body with yellowish markings and short antennae, that are about one and a half times the width of the head. The first antennal element is pure yellow. In the males the first, fifth and 7-8 tergites of the abdomen are yellow; the scutellum is spotted with yellow. Wings show a pale brown color with a long brown pterostigma. In the females the apex of tibiae and tarsi are yellow with black markings; the thighs are pure black. This species is rather similar to Tenthredo distinguenda; the adults can be encountered from June through July feeding on pollen of flowers. The larvae feed on leaves of Hypericon species of Hypericum perforatum and Hypericum maculatum; these larvae are green with black spots and a yellow head. Andreas Taeger: Vierter Beitrag zur Systematik der Blattwespengattung Tenthredo Linnaeus.

Die Untergattung Zonuledo Zhelochovtsev, 1988. Entomofauna Zeitschrift für Entomologie Band 12, Heft 23: 373-400. Andreas Taeger, Ewald Altenhofer, Stephan M. Blank, Ewald Jansen, Manfred Kraus, Hubert Pschorn-Walcher, Carsten Ritzau: Kommentare zur Biologie, Verbreitung und Gefährdung der Pflanzenwespen Deutschlands. In: Taeger, A.. Kommentierte Bestandsaufnahme. - Goecke & Evers, Keltern, 364 + 3 S. 8 Farbtafeln. P. 121 G. Llorente S. F. Gayubo: Estudio sobre la sinfitofauna del oeste Espanõl. III. Tenthredinidae: Tenthredininae y Nematinae. Anales de Biología Vol. 17: 43-52

Charles Brockway

Walter Charles Brockway was an English cricketer. Brockway was a left-handed batsman, he was born in Dorset. Brockway made his debut for Dorset in the 1929 Minor Counties Championship against Devon, he played Minor counties cricket for Dorset from 1929 to 1938. Following the Second World War, Brockway joined Berkshire County Cricket Club, making 7 appearances for the county in the 1946 Minor Counties Championship, he played a single first-class match in South Africa for Eastern Province against Transvaal in 1952. In this match he batted once. Brockway umpired in a single first-class match, between Ireland and Scotland in 1939, he died in Harare, Zimbabwe on 15 June 1985. Charles Brockway at ESPNcricinfo Charles Brockway at CricketArchive

Spirit Mountain Wilderness

Spirit Mountain Wilderness Area is a 33,518-acre wilderness area located in the Newberry Mountains in Clark County, Nevada, 10 miles northwest of Laughlin. Spirit Mountain lies within the area, it is managed by the Bureau of the National Park Service. Most of the wilderness is located in the Lake Mead National Recreation Area; the area is adjacent to both the Bridge Canyon Wilderness Area. The area was in the homeland of the Yuman Indians. Yuman and Mojave people believe all life began on this mountain, visible for miles from Bullhead City in Arizona, Needles in California, Laughlin, Cal-Nev-Ari, Searchlight in Nevada

Dan Hsu

Dan "Shoe" Hsu is the former editorial director of the 1UP Network, as well as former editor-in-chief of the video game magazine Electronic Gaming Monthly, a position he held from 2001 to 2008. Hsu attended the University of Michigan, his nickname, "Shoe", refers to the pronunciation of his surname. Hsu first joined EGM's magazine staff in 1996. Including a year-long absence in 2000 to work at website Gamers.com, Hsu spent 12 years working for EGM before announcing his April 25, 2008 departure from the 1UP Network. After leaving 1UP, Hsu started a personal blog with former EGM Senior Editor Crispin Boyer called Sore Thumbs Blog; this blog is no longer active. Hsu co-founded Bitmob with Demian Linn, the former executive producer of GameVideos.com and The 1UP Show. Bitmob.com soft-launched in May 2009. On December 1, 2009 it was announced via press release that Hsu would be returning to Electronic Gaming Monthly as part of its relaunch, along with Demian Linn. VentureBeat acquired Bitmob on February 1, 2012.

Since Bitmob has been incorporated into VentureBeat's gaming site, GamesBeat, where Hsu served as the editor-in-chief until October 2014, where he announced he was leaving gaming media permanently. He's still in the gaming business working at Sony PlayStation as Senior Partner Alliances Manager. Hsu created a stir in the gaming industry in late 2005, when he wrote an editorial about the practice of gaming magazines and websites selling article and editorial opportunities to gaming publishers in exchange for advertising agreements. Citing an unnamed contact at a major game publishing company, Hsu refused to name the parties involved, but condemned those responsible for not maintaining journalistic integrity; the matter was publicized further when Slashdot linked to a Games.net editorial response written by Chris Cook, a writer for game magazine GamePro, who admonished Hsu for not specifying which companies were involved in the practices that were alluded to. Following the launch of the Microsoft Xbox 360 in November 2005, Hsu interviewed Peter Moore the head of marketing for the Home and Entertainment division of Microsoft.

At the time of the interview, there was much negative publicity in the media regarding technical problems with the system, as well as some complaints of the limited software line-up at launch within the gaming community. Much of the interview focused on these issues, as well as other various complaints by some gamers over limited backward compatibility with original Xbox games on the 360 and a possible lack of improvement in graphics and game play over previous console generations. Hsu's questioning were viewed as inappropriately rude, confrontational, or aggressive by some readers; this reaction caused Hsu to defend the interview in his blog twice. Third-party observer Penny Arcade noted in a satirical webcomic strip that the interview was a necessary departure from the easy-going tendency of most gaming journalists. Going Analog Bitmob Sore Thumbs Blog Dan Hsu's old blog at 1UP.com Reply to "Editorial Integrity" from Chris Cook