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SATURDAY 5th NOVEMBER 2016

STOCKPORT TOWN

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CLUB DETAILS Club Name: Sandbach United Football Club Legal Entity: Unincorporated Ground: Sandbach Community Football Centre Address: Hind Heath Road, Sandbach, Cheshire, CW11 3LZ Telephone: 01270 768389 County Affiliation: Cheshire Year Formed: 2004 Record Attendance: 1400 v Crewe Alexandra Legends (2014/15) Previous Leagues: Staffordshire County Senior League, Cheshire League Honours: Crewe & District Cup Winners 2015/16 MEDIA Website: http://www.sandbachunitedfc.co.uk Twitter: @SandbachUtd Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Sandbachutd CLUB COLOURS Registered Colours: Maroon / blue shirts, maroon shorts & stockings Registered Goalkeeper Colours: Orange shirt, black shorts & stockings Alternative Colours: White / blue shirts, blue shorts & stockings Alternative Goalkeeper Colours: Yellow shirt, black shorts & stockings CLUB CONTACTS Chairman: Paul Reel Secretary: John Clayton 1st Team Executive Officer: Mike Senior Manager: Andy Hockenhull Physio: Paul Kelly Programme Editor: Gary Walker Commercial Manager: Paul Cliffe Head Steward / Kit: Gary Cooke / Ollie Stoneley Committee: Paul Reel, Ian Dolman, Mike Senior, Will Newton, Paul Cliffe, Martyn Nash, Liz Clarke.


Sandbach United Football Club was established in 2004 when Sandbach Albion and Sandbach Ramblers joined forces in their quest to improve the football facilities in Sandbach. Hence the R & A on the club badge. In January 2004, the membership of Sandbach Albion and Sandbach Ramblers voted in favour of amalgamation, with the aim of playing as a single club from the start of the 2004/5 season. Sandbach Albion was formerly known as Hays Junior Football Club and was founded in 1994, playing on the pitches of what was then Albion Chemicals. As health and safety issues became more prevalent in the 90’s, they left that site and for 5 years the senior home ground was at Sandbach Cricket Club. The younger sides played their games at junior schools throughout Sandbach. Sandbach Ramblers Youth Football Club was formed in 1995 to provide access to schoolboy football for the youth of Sandbach. Of course there had been a Ramblers team in the town before, Sandbach Ramblers were initially formed in 1920 and played in the Cheshire County League before folding in 1975 reforming in 1979 and disbanding in the late 1980s. In 2006 Sandbach United formed the adult team, which initially competed in the Crewe and District League before moving to the Staffordshire Senior League First Division and then being promoted to the Premier Division for the 2008/9 season. In 2011, the club was awarded grants by the Football Foundation and the local council of over £2 million to build a 3G pitch and 9 grass pitches, together with changing rooms and an education suite. The Sandbach Community Football Centre was opened early in the 2011/12 season. United switched to the Cheshire League in 2011 and won promotion to the Premier Division for the 2013/14 season before moving to The Hallmark Security League for the 2016/17 season. The club has over 600 players and 40+ teams that operate from its Hind Heath Road base, which is just 3 miles from junction 17 of the M6. United have teams playing in the Mid-Cheshire Youth League, and the Cheshire Girls League among others, and the age range covers adults and veterans teams right down to Soccer School for Reception and Year 1 children.


Sandbach United 1 – Atherton Colliery 2 Atherton opened the scoring just after the first half, with Sandbach’s Danny Bartle clinically levelling the scoring ten minutes later. However, Atherton replied with another goal of their own in the second half, leaving a tired Sandbach team unable to find the goal Sandbach were holding their own against a team 26 places above them in the Hallmark Divisions and could have been winning. On 24 min, Josh Lane slipped onto a defensive mistake, leaving him one-on-one with the goalkeeper. He saw the opened legs of the goalie and tried to pass it through them, however it didn’t work and the ball was gathered by the defence. At the other end, Atherton’s Jordan Cover made it 1-0 after a fine low struck effort right on the edge of the box, against the run of play. Danny Bartle found himself through on goal, his first shot, a spectacular overhead kick was denied by the keeper, but he made no mistake on the follow up, smashing the ball home to make the scoring level at half time. After the break, Danny Bartle took matters into his own hands, after taking the ball into his stride he released a devastating effort from 30 yards, which cracked the under-side of the crossbar and then was cleared by the Atherton defence. The speedster striker for Atherton, Jordan Cover, made it a brace as he flew past Kris Stockton and coolly rounded the Ryan Moss to take Atherton back into the lead on 50 minutes. After the game, Sandbach manager Andy Hockenhull said: “We needed to give Chris Jackson a game and we tried to play it through to him, however it didn’t quite work. We hit the bar and in the first twenty mins who should’ve scored but we didn’t. When asked about Sandbach United’s season so far Andy said: “To have come from where we were, to where we are now, it’s amazing, absolutely amazing. Every one of them lads in the changing room deserve a pat on the back, they do everything for the club. “Nathan Jones and Danny Bartle were wheeling away today and that is what we’re about, the attitude the team has is what we’re about. The subs aren’t fussing if they don’t come on, there is some great character in that dressing room. My priority is to get points, from the start of the season is was to stay up because we didn’t know what to expect. We got the right players in midfield and we got the quality in Josh Lane and Danny Bartle. “It’s just getting there, it’s slowly getting there, and Mike Senior and John Clayton are amazing The flood-lights wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for Mike Senior.

Jacque Talbot


Founded in February 2014 and based at Stockport Sports Village, the club began with ambitious aims to begin life in the football league at Step 6. Most teams begin life at Step 7. 24 months ago however, Stockport Town suffered a setback in their plans after being unsuccessful in applying for the league. After positive meetings, the FA told Stockport Town they were not convinced that the club met the required standards for a new club attempting to join the North West Counties. Despite this, the club board were convinced that a year of development would only benefit Stockport’s application chances. And so, on the 29th April 2015, three of the club’s representatives travelled down to Wembley to meet with the Leagues’ Committee. They highlighted how the club had been successfully run over the past year, with encouraging results against some high profile clubs from the region. Thursday 14th May 2015 will always be a historic day for Stockport Town Football Club, with news reaching the team late that evening the club’s place in the league for the 2015/16 season was confirmed. In 2015/16 the Lions finished 4th in the North West Counties League Division One. Despite beating eventual league winners Hanley Town home and away among some other impressive results, Town came up short in the Playoff semi-final, losing 2-0 against Bacup Borough.

HALLMARK SECURITY DIVISION 1 First Division

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Whitchurch Alport

19

14

1

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48

21

27

43

Charnock Richard

18

13

2

3

50

25

25

41

City of Liverpool FC

19

12

2

5

50

26

24

38

Sandbach United

17

11

1

5

38

22

16

34

Alsager Town

15

10

3

2

36

18

18

33

Litherland REMYCA

15

9

3

3

42

27

15

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The Macron Cup 2nd Round took centre stage at the weekend, although there were also league fixtures in both divisions. In the Macron Cup, the stand out result was at Church Lane, where Premier Division New Mills fell to an 8-2 home defeat at the hands of First Division Silsden, a result all the more remarkable given that the Millers pulled a goal back just after half time to make the score 3-2. Lewis Morgan hit a hat trick for the visitors, with Joshua Eastwood and Leon Smith both scoring twice. Comeback of the day was at the Millbank Linnets Stadium, where Runcorn Linnets led Ashton Athletic 2-0 with 15 minutes to go, only for the Yellows to score three times in nine minutes through Bradley Aspinall, an own goal and Marcus Cusani to win 3-2. Chadderton and St Helens were in goalscoring form on the road, with James Curley scoring a hat trick in Chaddy’s 6-3 win at Holker Old Boys, and Dale Korie Butler scored twice in St Helens Town’s 5-3 win at Eccleshall. Goals in the last 12 minutes from Daley Woods and Chris Dykes helped City of Liverpool FC to a 3-1 win at Prestwich Heys, gaining revenge for their league defeat at Adie Moran Park two weeks ago, and two goals in the last 20 minutes from Nico Collins set Abbey Hey on the road to a 3-1 win at Ashton Town. Two Premier Division clubs won 2-1 on the grounds of Division One opponents. Goals in each half from Jordan Cover ensured Atherton Collieries emerged victorious on the trip to Sandbach United, and goals from Matthew Morgan and Jonathon Mason secured Maine Road’s win at Whitchurch Alport. The one game to go extra time was at Abbey Lane where Hanley Town won 2-1 against Charnock Richard, after both sides were tied at 1-1 after 90 minutes. The winner arrived six minutes from the end of extra time, Thomas Ashton converting a penalty. Four First Division sides lost on Premier Division grounds, but only after acquitting themselves well. An 84th minute winner from Craig Cairns sealed Runcorn Town’s 3-2 win over Bacup Borough, and Yves Zama struck the only goal of the game in the 77th minute for Nelson in the 1-0 win over FC Oswestry Town. Jordan Johnson’s 21st minute strike was enough to see Winsford United to a 1-0 win over Litherland REMYCA.


The reserves travelled to Denton last Saturday, with eight regular players missing through injury, work or holidays. Sixteen year old Tristan Sword came in to the squad, and Jaydon Adams made his first start, with James Warburton returning in goal. Sandbach were soon on top paying quick passing football, Youds and Evans were bossing the game in midfied, Joe Jones was a constant threat on the left wing. The back four of Brereton, Beresford, Adams and Landstrom were keeping Denton at bay. Sandbach went one up when Jones beat his fullback and went on to score. Warbuton in goal then made a good save to deny Denton their only chance of the half. Young Tristan then made it two when scored from outside the box to make it 2-0; Sandbach should have scored more before half time. The message at half time was to continue the good work and not let Denton back in to the game. Denton came out strongly throwing caution to the wind, the Sandbach lads worked hard to keep them at bay and were creating chances of their own. Denton then scored from long range to make it 2-1. This seemed to rally the Sandbach side who took over the game Lewis Barker should have scored with a simple tap in, Elliot Lane saw two shots kicked off the line, Jordan Edwards then secured the points with a strong shot to make it 3-1. Jaime Beresford had to come off with Martin Evans going in to the back 4 and Jordan moving in to the middle of the park with young Tristan coming on to the right side. A good performance with a lot of the regular players missing, when they all come back we will have a strong squad to choose from. MoM Jaydon Adams. Next game, Ford Motors away.


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TEAM

V KO

Sat 06/08/16

Holker Old Boys

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DATE

TEAM

V KO

H 15:00 1-2

Sat 26/11/16

Charnock Richard

H 15:00

Mon 08/08/16 Widnes

A 19:45 2-0

Sat 03/12/16

Litherland REMYCA

H 15:00

Sat 13/08/16

Atherton LR

A 15:00 1-3

Sat 10/12/16

Silsden

A 15:00

Thu 18/08/16

St Helens Town

A 19:45 2-4

Sat 17/12/16

City of Liverpool FC

H 15:00

Sat 20/08/16

Daisy Hill

H 15:00 3-2

Mon 26/12/16 Chadderton

A 15:00

Wed 24/08/16 Eccleshall

A 19:45 1-6

Sat 31/12/16FC Oswestry Town

A 15:00

Sat 27/08/16

Prestwich Heys

H 15:00 1-3

Sat 07/01/17

Atherton LR

H 15:00

Sat 03/09/16

Ashton Town

A 15:00 P-P

Sat 14/01/17

Whitchurch Alport

A 15:00

Wed 07/09/16 Cheadle Town

A 19:45 1-2

Sat 21/01/17

Cheadle Town

H 15:00

Sat 10/09/16

Bacup Borough

H 15:00 1-0

Sat 28/01/17

Charnock Richard

A 15:00

Sat 17/09/16

Ashton Town

H 15:00 2-1

Sat 04/02/17

AFC Blackpool

H 15:00

Tue 20/09/16

Alsager Town

A 19:45 1-2

Sat 18/02/17

St Helens Town

H 15:00

Sat 01/10/16

Stockport Town

H 15:00 4-2

Sat 25/02/17

Stockport Town

A 15:00

Sat 11/03/17

Daisy Hill

A 15:00

(The Macron Cup 1) Sat 08/10/16

Silsden

H 15:00 2-0

Sat 18/03/17

Prestwich Heys

A 15:00

Tue 11/10/16

Whitchurch Alport

H 19:45 0-2

Sat 25/03/17

Chadderton

H 15:00

Sat 15/10/16

Bacup Borough

A 15:00 0-2

Sat 01/04/17

AFC Blackpool

A 15:00

Sat 22/10/16

Carlisle City

A 15:00 0-3

Sat 08/04/17

Carlisle City

H 15:00

Tue 25/10/16

Widnes

H 19:45 3-0

Sat 15/04/17

FC Oswestry Town

H 15:00

Sat 12/11/16

Litherland REMYCA

A 15:00

Mon 17/04/17 Eccleshall

H 15:00

Sat 19/11/16

City of Liverpool FC

A 15:00

Sat 22/04/17

Holker Old Boys

A 15:00

Tue 22/11/16

Alsager Town

H 19:45

Sat 29/04/17

Stockport Town

H 15:00

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