Warrington Town FC Official Website

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In 1985-86 saw town's first serious attempt at winning the F.A. Vase, but following a tremendous run, they bowed out to eventual winners Halesowen in an epic semi-final replay. Promotion to division one of the NWCL was achieved in 1986-87 and the club again excelled in the F.A Vase, making it all the way to Wembley sadly losing 3-2 to bitter rivals St Helens Town.

Promotion to the Northern Premier League was gained in 1989-90, but the club had very little success after that until 1992-93 when a fantastic FA Trophy run ended in the quarter finals at Sutton United, earning them a cool £5.000 for being the furthest non-exempt team left in the competition. On the away to Sutton, Town had beaten welsh Conference Side Merthyr Tydfil, which earned them a team of the round prize. In the Cheshire Senior Cup, they were victorious at Macclesfield Town and Hyde United on way to a Semi Final Place, while in the League Cup, they went one further becoming the first ever Division One Side to reach the final, In front of a large crowd at Maine Road, town matched premier league runners up Winsford United all the way, but Winsford took the trophy home following a penalty shoot out. To cap the clubs most successful season ever, Neil Whalley equalised the NPL transfer fee record when he moved to third division side Preston North End for a £25,000 and just a few weeks later Liam Watson shattered the fee record, also moving to Deepdale for a staggering £60,000. Town were named "Team Talk Magazine" team of the year 1992-93.

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The Evo-Stik League Northern Premier » First Division North

1 Darlington 1883 15 33
2 Salford City 13 33
3 Northwich Victoria 15 29
4 Droylsden 14 27
5 Scarborough Athletic 14 25
6 Spennymoor Town 11 23
7 Farsley AFC 13 23
8 Mossley 14 23
9 Bamber Bridge 13 22
10 Clitheroe 14 19
11 Lancaster City 12 18
12 Ossett Town 14 16
13 Kendal Town 14 15
14 Harrogate Railway Athletic 14 15
15 Warrington Town 10 14
16 Radcliffe Borough 14 14
17 Brighouse Town 13 14
18 Burscough 15 13
19 Ossett Albion 15 11
20 New Mills 14 10
21 Prescot Cables 13 9
22 Padiham 16 9

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