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LEAGUE MATCH DRAW WINNERS

No

Match

 Winner

Drawn By

Ticket

Agent

1

South Shields

Dave Law

Barbara Whitten

1527

Dave Law

2

Atherton Colls

Frank Austick

Brian Griffin

2738

Newsletter

3

Prescot Cables

John Petch

Lee Knights

2558

John Petch

4

Colwyn Bay

John Eadie

Tommo

443

John Eadie

5

Goole

Irene Martin

Tom Baker

2487

Newsletter

6

Droylsden

Fred Brazendale

Lee Knights

2605

Newsletter

7

Clitheroe

John Eadie

Adrian Halliwell

450

John Eadie

TFC'S BONUS BALL WINNERS

Date

No.

Name

02/09/2017

8

Dave Law

09/09/2017

6

Alan Heathcote

16/09/2017

38

Will Knights

23/09/2017

57

Carl Heathcote

30/09/2017

20

Snack Bar

07/10/2017

21

Tom Williams

14/10/2017

42

Chas Smith

The Club will be picking up gear once a week to save our supporters postage and packing. if you have purchased goods from Macron, Can you email jeadie1957@sky.com once you have placed an order with your details. I am trying to get some samples for sizing purposes, but supporters who already have our Puma merchandise need to go up 1 size on Macron gear. i.e. Puma medium is a Macron Large.

Club News

TODAY’S MATCH PREVIEW

Written by NATHAN BEST


Trafford vs Clitheroe

Back to the midweek grind of Evo-Stik North football as Trafford look to capitalize on their recent good home form as they entertain Clitheroe in tonight's game. After 12 games played, Trafford are 16th but will take some confidence from the fact that they have won their last two home games.




It's been quite a "stop/start" campaign thus far for The Baker Boys as inconsistency has plagued their league position so far not showing signs of the side that finished just outside the playoffs last season but a win over Clitheroe would see Trafford jump into 13th depending on results elsewhere of course.

There have been a couple of standout players for Trafford this season in the shape of James Dean (left) and Scott Sephton (right) who are both tied at the top of the goal scoring charts in the league with three goals a piece. Both players are in their first season at Shawe View and will look to add to their tally's in tonight's game.


Clitheroe come into this game having won only one of their last five games in the league and just like Trafford have at times struggled for consistency this season. Clitheroe are currently in 13th place and a win could see them propel into the top half of the table.

The Blues finished 7th last season, missing out on those playoff places along with Trafford so this promises to be a tight game between the two. One player who has caught the eye so far this season is Kurt Willoughby. The former Blackpool striker who was the top scorer last season for Clitheroe, already has 10 goals for this season and will be looking to add to his collection come kick- off.

Clitheroe are unbeaten in their last two games having picked up four points against Mossley and Ramsbottom United respectively.


CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT  

This week Tom Baker has decided to part ways with Chris Shuker as his Assistant.

Tom would like to personally thank Chris for all his hard work. We echo this and wish him all the best.

The good news is that the replacement at Tom's side is very well known to us all and will probably not come as a surprise.


After a successful time as a player and coach at the club, the much liked and popular Danny Caldecott (right) aka 'DC' will step up and take on the role of Assistant Manager.

We would all like to wish DC the best of luck in his new role and we look forward to watching him work with Tom.


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