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NWCFL | Five things we learned

NWCFL |  Five things we learned

Thu 8 December 2022 | Five things | By Jay Cooper

The win at Barlick came when the decisive goal was scored by U21 regular Thomas Creer, in a move which saw two other of the youth players put together some excellent football. Maybe James Bond was wrong, and youth CAN be a guarantee of innovation.

4. Chadderton and Garstang get to know each other very well

Over the past 2 weeks Chadderton and Garstang of the NWCFL Division One North have played two very different games against each other. The first was one you’d be sorry to miss – 9 goals, 5 for Chadderton and 4 for Garstang, saw a match of the season contender take place at the Falcon Fire Stadium.

It was 2 Tuesdays ago. The reverse fixture at Garstang’s Riverside course came on Saturday, producing the same result but with a much more innocent scoreline. Adam Dale and Declan Hacking helped Chadderton to a 2-0 win and 6 points from 6 in the league over their opponents.

5. Avoid going south in division one south

In recent weeks I have personally witnessed both Stafford Town and Cheadle Heath Nomads in action as they both travel to Abbey Hey. The Nomads did just that on Tuesday and their result, coinciding with Stafford Town’s, has seen them slide back into the drop zone by more than they would like.

Stafford have won 2 on the return in the league now, with Jack Grimshaw and Reece Mason netting against Barnton and Grimshaw scoring the decider against Eccleshall. This has left them 4 points off the dotted line and leaves the Nomads, under their new gaffer Rory Fallon, with work to do.

Five things we learned – Gameweek 19

Thu 8 December 2022 | Five things
By Jay Cooper

1. The vase continues

And the NWCFL still has some flag flyers in the mix. And what’s better, there will still definitely be at least one NWCFL team left in the next round, as Premier Division Bury AFC take on First Division North side Holker Old Boys. One of the two teams will inevitably advance.

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Other fixtures involving NWCFL teams are as follows – AFC Liverpool will travel to Eccleshill United, who dumped Longridge Town on penalties in the last round; West Didsbury and Chorlton host Horden Community Welfare, who overcame Darwen FC at the weekend, and Congleton will entertain Pinchbeck United.

2. Congleton’s Evergreen Man

In the NWCFL Premier Division, Congleton Town have played 1 less game than 6 of their contemporaries, and 2 games less than 3 of the other teams in their league. This comes off their impressive Vase run, as well as a small trip into the FA Cup that saw them make the BBC Red Button.

With all these games in various competitions coming and going, there has been one player who has been hard to avoid watching at the Cleric Stadium – Ethan Hartshorn. 33 games in all competitions is not only more than anyone else playing for the Bears, but more than any other player in the NWCFL as a whole so far this season.

3. Youth is the key to FC Isle Of Man

FC Isle of Man have had quite a difficult season in the NWCFL Premier Division after last campaign’s promotion heroics. Being in the bottom half of the table for most of the season so far has allowed for a change of management, but they looked more like their old selves in their recent win over Barnoldswick Town.

The win at Barlick came when the decisive goal was scored by U21 regular Thomas Creer, in a move which saw two other of the youth players put together some excellent football. Maybe James Bond was wrong, and youth CAN be a guarantee of innovation.

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4. Chadderton and Garstang get to know each other very well

Over the past 2 weeks Chadderton and Garstang of the NWCFL Division One North have played two very different games against each other. The first was one you’d be sorry to miss – 9 goals, 5 for Chadderton and 4 for Garstang, saw a match of the season contender take place at the Falcon Fire Stadium.

It was 2 Tuesdays ago. The reverse fixture at Garstang’s Riverside course came on Saturday, producing the same result but with a much more innocent scoreline. Adam Dale and Declan Hacking helped Chadderton to a 2-0 win and 6 points from 6 in the league over their opponents.

5. Avoid going south in division one south

In recent weeks I have personally witnessed both Stafford Town and Cheadle Heath Nomads in action as they both travel to Abbey Hey. The Nomads did just that on Tuesday and their result, coinciding with Stafford Town’s, has seen them slide back into the drop zone by more than they would like.

Stafford have won 2 on the return in the league now, with Jack Grimshaw and Reece Mason netting against Barnton and Grimshaw scoring the decider against Eccleshall. This has left them 4 points off the dotted line and leaves the Nomads, under their new gaffer Rory Fallon, with work to do.

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