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The Lilywhites will host Rammy in the next round of the League Cup
Shaw Lane would like to announce our long standing Physio John Williamson is to stand down
Town's play-off aspirations took a blow when they were beaten 2-1 at fellow promotion hopefuls Corby Town on Saturday.
The long trip to Northamptonshire proved fruitless as Blues went down 2-1 to Corby Town at Steel Park.
Half season tickets giving admission to all remaining home games at Greenwich Avenue make a great gift for a football fan.
Newcastle Town's home game
Stourbridge overcame a poor start to earn a deserved share of the spoils against Matlock in this season opener.
The highlight of this game, perhaps the season so far, was Reds’ third goal in the eighty-fourth minute.
A dramatic finish to an eventful game sent Workington supporters home happy and left the visitors a tad frustrated.
Another impressive victory extended Reds’ unbeaten run to nine matches in all competitions and, significantly, saw them bag four goals for the third home game in a row.
Newly installed Shaw Lane boss Paul Quinn was in dreamland when his new team dominated throughout against fellow high-flying Warrington. Not many would have predicted what turned out to be a comfortable victory for the home side.
A possible sending off not given, an injured linesman and free-kicks aplenty almost spoilt an excellent game of football at Sheerien Park.
Shaw Lane remain joint top after draw at Ashton
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