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Matchday Programme of Wythenshawe A.F.C. Issue 01 Season 2018/2019

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Hallmark Security League First Division South Abbey Hulton United FC vs Wythenshawe AFC

Sat 11th August 2018 3pm


Manager’s Notes I would like to welcome everyone to our first home match of the season and all the players are really looking forward to the game. The team is desperate to bounce back from the disappointment of last week especially after conceding two late goals. We should have got at least a point but that is the nature of playing at a higher level, you need a killer instinct when you are on top because teams will punish you and I know how frustrated everyone was with the result. For most of the squad this is the first time they have played at this level but we're confident we've got the players to do well this season, however it will be a steep learning curve for some of them. We've had a good pre-season and the lads have t r a i n e d r e a l l y h a r d . We ' v e strengthened with the arrival of Marcus Burnett, Jordan Burton, Richard Gresty, Ryan Lyons, Eddie Moran, Colin Murray and Dahrius Waldron and there is a healthy competition for places. It's a long season so we be calling on all the squad over the coming months. My new assistant Darren Lyons has been a massive help. He brings a wealth of experience at this level having been at FC United. One thing the players have talked about was the support we had last week at Cheadle. We easily outnumbered their fans and I am hoping for a big turn out today. The supporters do a make difference and the players appreciate them coming along to watch in all weathers.

We know it is going to be a hard season so that's why I want to turn Hollyhedge Park into a fortress where teams don't want to come. Today will be a tough match as Abbey Hulton United kicked off their season with a 2-1 away victory but I know the players are desperate to start our home campaign with a win and send our supporters home happy!

Thank you and enjoy the game Shane

WAFC Club Officials Wythenshawe AFC Ltd Founded 1946 Established as a Community Benefit Society No. 7250 Registered address: 10 Church Road, Cheadle Hulme, Cheadle, Cheshire SK8 7JU Ground: Hollyhedge Park, Altrincham Road, Sharston, Manchester M22 4US Phone: 0161 428 0517 Email: sales@wythenshaweafc.com Club Officials President: John Walker Club Chairman: Bas Kabbani Club Vice-Chairman: Carl Barratt Club Board: Peter Andrews, John Cotton, Ray Gibson, Stephen Hall, Neil Owen, Rob Stewart, Andy Walsh Club Secretary: Caroline Gibson Matchday Secretary: John Cotton Programme Editor: Martin Dillon Clubhouse Manager: Rachel Greenwood


From the Chair Today is a momentous day for our club as we prepare for our first home match in the North West Counties League (Hallmark Security League) and I would like to extend a warm welcome to the players, officials and fans of our opponents Abbey Hulton United. We had great support for our opening match last week away at Cheadle Town and I am hoping for a bumper crowd today to cheer on the team. The progress we have made in the last 18 months has been astonishing and it is thanks to the hard work of so many people at the club. We've built our new home here at Hollyhedge Park which was officially opened by United and England legend Bryan Robson, been promoted to the North West Counties and picked up a couple of cup wins for good measure. We've also launched our own Community Share Issue so people can own part of the club and have their say on how it's run. Sometimes I have to pinch myself that it is really happening! It's been a dream come true for everyone associated with Ammies but one person I must mention is our President John Walker who has been at the club for almost 70 years. John has been involved at every level for Ammies over the years and I know today will be an emotional one for him. However, the work doesn't stop for us. Playing at a higher level on the league pyramid brings further challenges for us in terms of what we need to do off the pitch. The next step will be the installation of floodlights which is due to be completed by next month in time for us to host midweek matches during the winter.

We will also be installing seats in the stand by the side of the pitch and erecting new covered standing accommodation behind the goal, again another requirement of playing at a higher level. To be in our position today has involved hard work from club members and volunteers and fantastic support from the FA, the Premier League & The FA Facilities Fund, Manchester City Council, local councillors, our sponsors and Wythenshawe Community Housing Group, and I can't thank them all enough. We've also had great support from the local community and we wish them to see Ammies as very much their club too. Special mention must go to our main club sponsor estate agents Delissa Miller. It is vital for clubs at our level that we can count on the support of local businesses and I want to thank Delissa Miller for their support. The club though is not just about the men's senior teams. I am pleased with the increasing strength of our women's teams and our junior section. The aim is for the younger players to come up through the ranks and play for the first team one day. We want local youngsters to aspire to play for the Ammies! Finally, all that is left for me is to wish the team the best of luck for today's match and I hope everyone enjoys the game and our great facilities. C'mon the Ammies! Bas Kabbani - Chairman WAFC


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Commercial News A warm welcome to everyone attending today's game here at Hollyhedge Park. Everyone at the club is excited about the prospect of the club's first season of North West Counties football. A huge effort has been made this last few years to get the club ready for an application to join the League and making the step up to this level of football. The ground and the clubhouse were officially opened by Former Manchester United and England Captain Bryan Robson, Mark Pover of The FA and local MP Mike Kane on May 6th, just a few short weeks ago following what has been a whirlwind of activity for the club officials and volunteers to get everything ready for our opening game today. Future programmes will detail more about how we got here, for this momentous day in the club's history we would like to take a moment to express gratitude to all our volunteers and to the club's generous sponsors. In particular we would like to thank the club main sponsor Delisa Miller as well as this season's first team kit sponsors, BDS Consultancy and La Salle Corporate. We also wish to offer our thanks to WH Maher and Sons for their continued support to the club. Book Your Party or Business Away Day Our clubhouse is open for business, and we would like to invite you to making a booking to host your party or business event here. If you produce a copy of this programme then there will be no fee for the room hire. What are you waiting for? To make your booking contact us on sales@wythenshaweafc.com or call and speak with our Clubhouse Manager Rachel Greenwood on 0161 428 0517. We would be happy to discuss your requirements and can provide high quality video and conferencing facilities with on site catering for 10 to 100 delegates. Sponsorship Opportunities If you would like to join our family of sponsors then there are opportunities still available. Matchday Sponsorship Opportunities include: Match Sponsorship £60 - Matchball £24 - Player Sponsorship £60 A half page advert in the programme is just £120 How about sponsoring the matchday programme itself? We have some fantastic opportunities coming up as the season progresses get in touch to find out more sale@wythenshaweafc.com All prices inclusive of VAT

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Club Honours

Wythenshawe AFC County Affiliation: Lancashire FA Year Formed: 1946

Record Attendance: 277 v Hindsford (Manchester League) 30 September 2017 Previous Leagues: Manchester League Lancashire & Cheshire League Altrincham & District League South Manchester & Wythenshawe League Manchester Federation of Lads Clubs League Honours: Lancashire FA Amateur Cup Winners - 1976, 1990, 1996 Cheshire FA - Altrincham District FA Whitaker Cup - Joint holders with Manchester United – 1956 Manchester League Premier Division Champions - 1990, 1993, 2003 Division 1 Champions - 1973 Gilgryst Cup Winners - 1986, 1987, 1990, 1999, 2001, 2009, 2018 Norman Noden Memorial Invitation Cup Winners – 2009 Lancashire & Cheshire League Premier Division Champions - 1962 Division 1 Champions - 1957 Division 2 Champions - 1955 Rhodes Cup Winners - 1958, 1961, 1972 Hellawell Shield Winners - 1955 South Manchester and Wythenshawe League Division 1 Champions - 1953


WAFC Fixtures 2018-19 Date

Team

H/A

Address of Ground

Saturday

04/08/2018 Cheadle Town

Away

Saturday

11/08/2018 Abbey Hulton United

Home

Hollyhedge Park, Sharston M22 4US

Saturday

18/08/2018 Ellesmere Rangers

Away

Beech Grove, Ellesmere, Shrops SY12 OBT

Tuesday

21/08/2018 Vauxhall Motors

Away

Riveracre Park, Riveracre Road, Ellesmere Port Cheshire CH66 1NJ

Saturday

25/08/2018 Sandbach United

Home

Hollyhedge Park, Sharston M22 4US

Monday

27/08/2018 Cheadle Heath Nomads

Home

Hollyhedge Park, Sharston M22 4US

Saturday

08/09/2018 Cammell Lairds 1907

Away

St Peter`s Road, Rock Ferry, Birkenhead CH42 1PY

Saturday

22/09/2018 New Mills

Away

New Mills, High Peak, Derbyshire SK22 4NP

Saturday

29/09/2018 FC Oswestry Town

Home

Hollyhedge Park, Sharston M22 4US

Tuesday

09/10/2018 Stockport Town

Home

Hollyhedge Park, Sharston M22 4US

Saturday

13/10/2018 Eccleshall

Away

Chester Road, Eccleshall, Staffs ST21 6NE

Tuesday

16/10/2018 Stone Dominoes

Home

Hollyhedge Park, Sharston M22 4US

Tuesday

23/10/2018 Rylands

Away

Gorsey Lane, Warrington, Cheshire WA2 7RZ

Saturday

27/10/2018 Stone Old Alleyians

Home

Hollyhedge Park, Sharston M22 4US

Tuesday

30/10/2018 Maine Road

Home

Hollyhedge Park, Sharston M22 4US

Saturday

03/11/2018 St Martins

Home

Hollyhedge Park, Sharston M22 4US

Saturday

17/11/2018 Alsager Town

Home

Hollyhedge Park, Sharston M22 4US

Saturday

24/11/2018 Barnton

Away

Townfield Lane, Barnton, Cheshire CW8 4LF

Saturday

01/12/2018 Cheadle Town

Home

Hollyhedge Park, Sharston M22 4US

Saturday

08/12/2018 Maine Road

Away

Brantingham Road, Manchester M21 0TT

Saturday

15/12/2018 Stockport Town

Away

Lambeth Grove, Woodley, Stockport SK6 1QX

Saturday

22/12/2018 Stone Dominoes

Wednesday 26/12/2018 Wythenshawe Town

Away

Wellbeing Park, Yarnfield Ln, Yarnfield, Stone ST15 0NF

Home

Hollyhedge Park, Sharston M22 4US

Saturday

29/12/2018 Vauxhall Motors

Home

Hollyhedge Park, Sharston M22 4US

Saturday

05/01/2019 Sandbach United

Away

Hind Heath Road, Sandbach, Cheshire CW11 3LZ

Saturday

19/01/2019 Cammell Lairds 1907

Home

Hollyhedge Park, Sharston M22 4US

Saturday

26/01/2019 New Mills

Home

Hollyhedge Park, Sharston M22 4US

Saturday

02/02/2019 Cheadle Heath Nomads

Away

Norbreck Avenue, Cheadle, Cheshire SK8 2ET

Saturday

16/02/2019 FC Oswestry Town

Away

Burma Road, Oswestry, Shrops SY11 4AS

Saturday

23/02/2019 Rylands

Home

Hollyhedge Park, Sharston M22 4US

Saturday

09/03/2019 St Martins

Away

The Venue, Burma Road, Oswestry, Shrops SY11 4AS

Saturday

16/03/2019 Eccleshall

Home

Hollyhedge Park, Sharston M22 4US

Saturday

23/03/2019 Stone Old Alleyians

Away

Yarnfield Lane, Yarnfield, Near Stone, Staffs ST15 0NF

Saturday

30/03/2019 Abbey Hulton United

Away

Birches Head Road, Abbey Hulton, Stoke On Trent, Staffs ST2 8DD

Saturday

13/04/2019 Ellesmere Rangers

Home

Hollyhedge Park, Sharston M22 4US

Saturday

20/04/2019 Alsager Town

Away

Woodland Court, Alsager, Stoke-on-Trent Staffs ST7 2DP

Monday

22/04/2019 Wythenshawe Town

Away

Timpson Rd, Wythenshawe, Manchester M23 9LL

Saturday

27/04/2019 Barnton

Home

Hollyhedge Park, Sharston M22 4US


WAFC Club Travel Away Match Travel Wythenshawe AFC's first team travel partner for our historic first season in The North West Counties League will be Manchester's leading coach hire company Swans Travel Group. The club is pleased to be able offer supporters the chance to travel to away games with the players and team management. Swans are renowned for providing the very best luxury coach travel and have one of the most modern coach hire fleets in the UK. Swans coaches offer a quality service and the highest safety and environmental standards. Spaces will be limited and will be made available on a first come first served basis. We have some far flung away games to travel to and we have kept prices to a level which makes the cost of travel on the team bus cheaper than driving.

Date

Opposition Address

Post Code

Price

18/08/2018 Ellesmere Rangers

Beech Grove, Ellesmere, Shropshire

SY12 OBT

£17

21/08/2018 Vauxhall Motors

Riveracre Park, Riveracre Road Ellesmere Port CH66 1NJ

£10

08/09/2018 Cammell Lairds 1907 St Peter`s Road, Rock Ferry, Birkenhead

CH42 1PY

£12

13/10/2018 Eccleshall

Chester Road, Eccleshall, Staffordshire

ST21 6NE

£13

22/12/2018 Stone Dominoes

Wellbeing Park, Yarnfield Ln, Yarnfield, Stone

ST15 0NF

£12

16/02/2019 FC Oswestry Town

Burma Road, Oswestry, Shropshire

SY11 4AS

£16

09/03/2019 St Martins

The Venue, Burma Road, Oswestry, Shropshire SY11 4AS

£16

23/03/2019 Stone Old Alleyians Yarnfield Lane, Yarnfield, Near Stone, Staffs

ST15 0NF

£12

30/03/2019 Abbey Hulton Utd

Birches Head Rd, Abbey Hulton, Stoke,

ST2 8DD

£8

20/04/2019 Alsager Town

Woodland Court, Alsager, Stoke-on-Trent

ST7 2DP

£7

Forget the stress of driving to the games, sit back relax and arrive in style. To secure your place you will need to pay for your travel at the time of booking. Contact the club on 0161 428 0517 or email: sales@wythenshaweafc.com


Abbey Hulton United FC Abbey Hulton United Football Club was formed 70 years ago in 1947, making it one of the oldest formed clubs still playing Saturday football in North Staffordshire. During its very early days the club played on Council land in the Abbey Hulton area. It continued to use this facility for the first 15 years, despite the fact that the changing facilities were more than a mile away from the actual pitch. In 1962 it was decided that the team should move to the Parks facility at Bucknall Park which was complete with its own changing rooms and showers adjacent to the pitch. What a luxury. The team continued to use Bucknall Park for another 23 years, until 1985. During the period from 1947 to 1985 the team played in many local junior leagues such as: The Longton League Fenton and District League Burslem and Tunstall League Newcastle and District League They graced all the above leagues with great distinction. Over the years the club became more financially stable and grew in ambition. Finally, in 1985 they acquired a piece of land at Birches Head Road on which it was able to obtain a 99 year lease. This is the clubs current address. Immediately, a clubhouse was built containing a bar and changing rooms for both teams and officials. At the same time an outside 5 a-side football facility was built, complete with floodlights. Having moved to this new facility the club opted to join the North Staffs Alliance League. It completed in this league before seeking election to one of the top leagues in the area, The Staffs County League (North), in 1987. The team played in this league and finally had a momentous season in 1997-1998 by winning the league, the cup and also the fair play award all in one season.Having achieved this feat the club applied to join what is the top junior league in North Staffordshire, the Staffordshire County Senior League.

Ground Improvements and Promotion In the season 2016-2017 Abbey Hulton United FC won the Leek Cup and were the Staffordshire County Premier League champions. We felt that it was the right time to apply to go into the Hallmark Security League. Major ground improvements had to be achieved to allow us to enter the League. With great support form Club members and local volunteers this has been achieved. After all the hard work we were proud to be accepted into the League. Abbey Hulton United Football Club is named after the Scheduled Monument of Hulton Abbey. The abbey was founded by Henry de Audley in the early 13th century. Throughout its life, the abbey was relatively small and poor, with one of the lowest incomes of all Staffordshire religious houses. The abbey was dissolved by Henry VIII in 1538, with its land and assets being sold. Hulton Abbey was surrendered to the Crown on 18th September 1538 by which time it was worth only ÂŁ200 per year and had only nine monks including the abbot. Little remains of the abbey today, but continued excavations have revealed the foundations of a number of the principal claustral buildings, as well as human burials. In 1963, Hulton Abbey was designated a Scheduled Monument, under the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act 1979, however due to its poor condition it is considered Heritage at Risk. In the Domesday Book, Hulton is recorded as 'Heltone' meaning 'hill town'.

Honours: Burslem and Tunstall Division 2 Runners Up 1973/1974. Burslem and Tunstall Division 1 League Winners 1978/79 Burslem and Tunstall League Cup Winners 1978/1979 Fenton and District Division 1 Runners Up 1981/1982 Fenton and District Division 1 League Winners, Cup Winners and Charity Cup Winners 1982/1983 Challenge Cup - Runners Up 1986/1987 Staffs County League Division 1 - League Winners, Cup Winners and Fair Play Award 1997/1998 Staffs County Senior League Premier Division - League winners and Leek Cup Winners 2016/2017. Beat Stone Dominoes 2-0 in opening game Kieran Lazenby scoring two goals


Ammies Round Up Cheadle Away 4/8/2018 Ammies first outing the North West Counties ended in defeat after they conceded two late goals away at Cheadle Town. Ammies supporters turned out in force with around 100 of them watching club history being made. However, the omens before the match weren't good as Town hadn't lost an opening competitive match for 10 years, but Ammies could be pleased with their efforts and should have got at least a point from the game. A cagey opening ten minutes was broken by the first shot in anger from Town who belted one from range to test the Ammies keeper Martin Blain. Moments later the Pat O'Brien tried a similar effort from distance for Ammies. Both sides were evenly matched with David Wright and Jimmy Green each having half chances as the first period drew to a close. Ammies started the second half brightly and driven on by captain Dahrius Waldron (nominated as man of the match by Town) they had most of the possession and looked like the side who were going to take all three points. However, with ten minutes remaining Town made their substitutions and it paid off. Ammies failed to deal with a long punt from the Town goalkeeper and Rhys Clooney was on hand to deliver a sucker punch. Then with Ammies gambling and pushing men forward Town were awarded a penalty which had to be taken twice before the goal was given. Ammies will be hoping to bounce back from that defeat today at home to Abbey Hulton United who have won both of their opening matches 2-1, and a large crowd is expected at Hollyhedge Park to watch what should be an entertaining game.

Reserves Ammies second team had a great season last time round, winning one cup and in the final of another, and I know the players are keen to repeat that success and go one better this season by winning Division Two of the Manchester League. However, we know that won't be easy and there has to be plenty of hard work from everyone involved if we are to improve on last season. I was pleased with the turnouts for training pre-season and we have had some decent friendly matches so everyone is really looking forward to when things kick off properly this Tuesday at home to Irlam. There is a real buzz about the club at the moment and all the teams are feeding off that. I want my players to be aiming to get into the first team and the best way they can do that is by putting in performances for the reserves. In terms of my managerial team there have been a few changes. I'd like to thank my assistant Steve Norman for the support he has given me over the last few seasons. Family and work commitments mean he has decided to step down. However I am delighted that Ray Mallalieu has agreed to help me run the team. Everyone at the club knows how passionate Ray is and he is a winner. I've been on the receiving end of his hair dryer treatment a few times so I know all about his desire to win! Finally, I'd like to wish the first team all the best for their home match of the season and let's hope both first and seconds can start the coming campaign at Hollyhedge Park with a win.


NWCFL League News

A new-look Hallmark Security League began with a bang as nets rustled across the North West in the Premier Division and the First Division North and South. 17 clubs made their first appearance at this level, whilst three returned after spells away.

Premier Division

First Division North

Perhaps the most eye-catching result of the afternoon came in the top tier as City of Liverpool triumphed 6-3 at 1874 Northwich to lead the table at this early stage. Prolific marksman Craig Cairns netted a hat-trick on his debut for the Purps.

The first ever Division One North table is headed by new boys Avro, who hammered Ashton Town 5-0 on their return to the Hallmark Security League after a one year absence.

Cairns' former club Runcorn Town are joint-top after recording an excellent 5-2 win at Padiham. Goals from five different scorers had built the visitors a five-goal cushion before the Storks netted a couple of consolations. Northwich Victoria also travelled home happy after seeing off West Didsbury & Chorlton 5-3, whilst a double from last year's top scorer Carl Grimshaw saw Charnock Richard beat Barnoldswick Town 2-0. Hanley Town and Congleton Town were the other two sides who began with three points: Josh Thorpe's brace saw the former win 2-1 at Burscough, and Emini Adegbenro struck for the latter to edge out newly promoted Litherland REMYCA. Silsden and Whitchurch Alport were the other two sides who climbed from the First Division last season, and both scored late equalisers to rescue a 1-1 draw on opening day: Danny Forrest for the Cobbydalers against Squires Gate, and Alex Hughes for Alport against Ashton Athletic. Abbey Hey came from 2-0 behind to earn a share of the spoils at home to Winsford United, and the only goalless game came at the TDP Solicitors Stadium, where Irlam picked up a very respectable point from their trip to Bootle.

Carlisle City also got off to a flier with a fine 3-0 victory at Atherton LR, and sitting below them are Longridge Town, who picked up where they left off after promotion as they won a thrilling contest with AFC Liverpool 5-3. The visitors were relegated from the Premier Division last season, and although they led 2-0 in this one, it couldn't prevent them from suffering an early setback. Jay Hart bagged a decisive two goals for the home team. AFC Darwen also dropped from the Premier Division, but they hit the ground running with a 3-1 win at newly promoted Shelley. Adam Heaney struck the first and the last goal of this clash for Darwen. Two other sides had debuts to remember at this level: Alan Coar netted twice to help Garstang beat Daisy Hill 2-0, and Andrew Briggs' goal midway through the second half was enough for Steeton to win 2-1 at Holker Old Boys. St Helens Town were 2-1 winners at Lower Breck in one of the day's standout results as quick-fire goals from Liam Dodd and Liam Diggle turned the match on its head at Anfield Sports Community Centre. Nelson and Prestwich Heys also kick-started their campaigns with three points as they grabbed the only goal in respective contests against Chadderton and Bacup Borough. The division's sole draw was a goalless one between AFC Blackpool and newcomers Cleator Moor Celtic.

First Division South Newly-promoted Rylands sit at the summit in the First Division South after an eye-catching win at Ellesmere Rangers, who were competing in the Hallmark Security League for the first time after being laterally transferred from the West Midlands Regional League (WMRL) Premier Division. Player/joint-manager Stuart Wellstead struck three times for the visitors and Gary Kenny twice. Vauxhall Motors enjoyed a perfect return to this level of football with an impressive 4-1 victory at New Mills, courtesy of a Ben Holmes brace and one each for Danny Cross and Greg Drummond. Cheadle Heath Nomads are also riding high in the early standings after making the step up as they beat Stockport Town 2-0 – a scoreline matched by their neighbours Cheadle Town thanks to two late goals at home to Wythenshawe Amateurs. Beaten play-off semi-finalists Sandbach United went down 2-0 at FC Oswestry Town – a great three points for the hosts now under the management of Matt Burton. Abbey Hulton United began their second term in the league with a 2-1 away victory at the returning Stone Dominoes – Kieran Lazenby's brace the difference – whilst Eccleshall picked up the same result at Maine Road, who only dropped from the Premier Division last season. Reece White's late goal settled this one for the Eagles. There was no relegation hangover for Barnton, who overcame St Martins 1-0 thanks to Steven Warburton's second half strike, and it was a winning start to life at this level for Wythenshawe Town; Liam Crellin-Myers grabbed the only goal with eight minutes to spare against Alsager Town. And last but not least, losing play-off finalists Cammell Laird 1907 drew 3-3 with Stone Old Alleynians, who transferred from the WMRL. It was an emotional day at Kirklands as Lairds paid tribute to loyal supporter Jimmy Hyland after the sad news of his passing, and although Phil Burton's rebuilt side led 2-0 and 3-1, a late header from Jack Tomlinson for the away team made it honours even. It was nice to get back underway and begin nine months of thrills and spills, and many sides now have midweek fixtures to continue building momentum or to show some “bouncebackability”.


6A Derbyshire Lane,Stretford M32 8BJ


W Y

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SQUAD LISTS

FOUNDED 1946

Wythenshawe Amateurs FC WILL AHERN JOEL AIKENHEAD DANIEL BELL MARTIN BLAIN JORDAN BURTON ALAN DOLAN JAMES GREEN RICHARD GRESTY CHRISTOPHER HOWARD DOMINIC LILLIE DARREN LYONS RYAN LYONS EDWARD MORAN ASHLEY MORLEY COLIN MURRAY ADAM WALKER BENJAMIN WILD LUKE WORTH DAVID WRIGHT Manager: Shane Goldrick Assistant Manager: Darren Lyons First Team Coach: Paddy Walsh Sports Injury: Declan Sutton Kit Assistant: Levi Edwards

Match Officials Referee - Aran Hodgkinson (Leigh) Asst. Referee - Tim Smith (Wigan) Asst. Referee - Philip Dean (Wigan)

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Abbey Hulton United FC DYLAN BATH JOSHUA BEAUMONT LUKE BIRKINSHAW JONATHAN BIRKS JOSH BOWDEN JOSHUA BUXTON SHAUN CAVE KEVYN DAVIES STEVEN EASTLAKE ANGELO ERRICO JOSHUA GRAHAM NATHAN GRICE OLIVER GRIFFITHS JACOB HOLDING ROBERT KENT THOMAS KILGARIFF KIERAN LAZENBY SAM LUKE NATHAN MELLOR JOSHUA OULTRAM KRISTIAN PARSONS MARK PHILCOCK CURTIS PRICE JAKE STRIBLING JOSHUA TUNE JOSHUA WALKER KIERON WILLIAMS LEWIS WILLIAMS Managers: David Riley & Stephen Amison

25th August 2018 vs Sandbach United

Next Away Games 18th August 2018 vs Ellesmere Rangers, Beech Grove, Ellesmere, Shrops SY12 OBT Travel on the Team Coach £17 e: sales@wythenshaweafc.com t: 0161 428 0517 21st August 2018 vs Vauxhall Motors, Riveracre Park, Riveracre Road, Ellesmere Port CH66 1NJ Travel on the Team Coach £10 e: sales@wythenshaweafc.com t: 0161 428 0517

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