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PRE-SEASON FRIENDLY   

Ossett United  1 v 1 Trafford

Wednesday 1st August 2018


TRAFFORD TEAM

Ed Wilczynski, Ally Brown, Darius Palma, Lee Wilshaw, Anthony Brown, Keil O’Brien, Ross Davidson,

Andy Langford, Aaron Burns, Mark Derbyshire, Matt Crothers.

SUBS: Jack Dorney, Declan Rydings, Harry Sheridan, Ashley Woods, Laurence Taylor (all played),

Mason Mostyn (GK).

TRAFFORD SCORER: Crothers (47)


There will be no match report.


PRE-SEASON FRIENDLY   

Trafford  3 v 0  Scarborough Athletic

Saturday 4th August 2018


TRAFFORD TEAM

Ed Wilczynski, Ally Brown, Darius Palma, Lee Wilshaw, Anthony Brown, Keil O’Brien, Ross Davidson,

Andy Langford, Aaron Burns, Declan Rydings, Matt Crothers.

SUBS:  Chris Palmer, Harry Sheridan, Ashley Woods, Laurence Taylor, Mark Derbyshire,

Paul Williams, Tom Schofield (all played)

TRAFFORD SCORERS: Burns (49, 69), Ally Brown (65)


Trafford produced a scintillating second half performance to demolish Evo Stik League Premier Division outfit Scarborough in their pre-season friendly at Shawe View on Saturday.

Defences were on top in a first half of little goalmouth action, the only efforts on goal being a header straight at goalkeeper Tom Taylor by Trafford midfielder Ross Davidson and a free kick by Boro’s Michael Coulson that struck the outside of the post.

However, the game burst into life just four minutes after the interval when Declan Rydings dispossessed Bailey Gooda and fed Aaron Burns who blasted a great drive from 20 yards into the bottom corner.

Ally Brown made it two in the 65th minute when he cracked a superb shot past Taylor from 25 yards and four minutes later a brilliant move ended with Aaron Burns slicing through the Boro defence and coolly placing the ball past the advancing keeper.

Trafford manager Tom Baker made a raft of substitutions in the final 20 minutes and Mark Derbyshire twice went close to increasing the lead when he struck the near post from an acute angle and saw Taylor block his shot from point blank range.

Trafford complete their preparations for the new season with games at Farsley Celtic on Tuesday night and at Shawe View on Saturday when Warrington Town are the visitors.

PRE-SEASON FRIENDLY   

Farsely Celtic  3 v 0 Trafford

Tuesday 7th August 2018


TRAFFORD TEAM

Ed Wilczynski, Harry Sheridan, Chris Palmer, Andy Langford, Lee Wilshaw, Adam Freeland,

Tom Schofield, Paul Williams, Mark Derbyshire, Laurence Taylor, Jack Dorney.


SUBS: Declan Rydings, Ross Davidson, Aaron Burns, Matt Crothers, Ash Woods, Ally Brown (all Played)


Despite producing a confident and assured performance, Trafford were punished for individual mistakes and fell to a 3-0 defeat in their pre-season friendly at Farsley on Tuesday night.

The hosts were on top in the opening minutes with Nathan Cartman heading against the upright and Ryan Watson flashing a drive just wide from 25 yards.

However, Trafford gradually took control with some excellent football and should have taken the lead in the 20th minute when Harry Sheridan headed wide when totally unmarked from Paul Williams corner.

Laurence Taylor then released Mark Derbyshire with a defence splitting pass but Ed Hall left his line to block from point blank range.

Sheridan just failed to connect with a low cross by Chris Palmer and it was against the run of play that Farsely took the lead in the 42nd minute when Nathan Turner netted from close range.

Seven minutes into the second half Trafford carelessly conceded possession inside their own half and Paul Walker strode forward to blast a low shot into the bottom corner from 20 yards.

And in the 59th minute more sloppy play by the visitors allowed Ben Atkinson to volley home from the edge of the penalty area past the helpless Ed Wilczynski.

Trafford manager Tom Baker made numerous substitutions and his side continued to play with pace, passion and precision and Aaron Burns twice went close to reducing the arrears.

However, Farsley finished the stronger with Kurt Harris rattling the crossbar from 15 yards in the closing minutes.

Trafford complete their preparations for the new season on Saturday when they entertain Warrington Town at the First Point Shawe View Stadium, kick off 3 p.m.

PRE-SEASON FRIENDLY   

Trafford 1 v 2 Warrington Town

Saturday 11th August 2018


TRAFFORD TEAM

Ed Wilczynski, Ally Brown, Darius Palma, Lee Wilshaw, Anthony Brown, Keil O’Brien, Ross Davidson,

Andy Langford, Aaron Burns, Matty Bryan, Matt Crothers.


SUBS:  Chris Palmer, Declan Rydings, Tom Schofield, Laurence Taylor (all played),

Paul Williams, Ash Woods, Harry Sheridan, James Coates.

TRAFFORD SCORER: Burns.


Trafford completed their preparations for the new season with a rather disappointing performance and a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Warrington Town on Saturday.

Wires dangerman Jack Dunn stung the hands of Trafford keeper Ed Wilczynski with a low drive in the 7th minute and shortly afterwards Tony McMillan pushed a Matty Crothers shot behind.

However, the best chance in the opening minutes fell to Matty Bryan but he delayed his shot from close range and Luke George produced a brave block.

Dunn then cracked a volley from the edge of the penalty area inches over before the visitors took the lead in the 38th minute, a short corner from the left ending with Rob Evans shot deflecting past Wilczynski and into the bottom corner.

Six minutes into the second half Trafford suffered more misfortune when Andy Langford headed into his own goal to make it 2-0.

Wilczynski produced two fine saves to thwart Dunn and Josh Amis before, in the 73rd minute, Aaron Burns reduced the arrears with a fine opportunist goal after great work by Ally Brown down the right.

A mazy run by the impressive Dunn ended with a drive flying inches over before Trafford substitute Declan Rydings blasted a tremendous long range effort that was held by McMillan.

The final whistle signalled a rather disappointing performance from Tom Baker’s side but, after some very impressive performances in their friendlies, they can look forward to the new campaign with great confidence.

However, they begin the season with a very difficult encounter against Prescot Cables at the First Point Shawe View Stadium on Saturday, kick off 3 p.m., followed by a trip to Kidsgrove Athletic on Wednesday night.