Report: Ashton Athletic 1-3 Colls

It was cup action again as Colls visited NWCFL Premier Division opponents Ashton Athletic in the Lancashire Challenge Trophy The first half was played out in a swirling wind which seemed to give Colls problems with their passing. Admittedly they edged possession but seemed a little lack lustre. Maybe a case of after the Lord […]

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Report: Hanley Town 0-6 Colls

It was back to the NWCFL on Saturday as the Collieries made the trip to Staffordshire to play Hanley Town at their Abbey Lane ground. In the same fixture last season, Colls ran out 5-1 visitors after having goalkeeper Phil Priestly sent off. Gareth Peet, Paul Atherton (X3) and Mitch Leece with the goals for […]

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Report: Colls 4-2 Cheadle Town

Cheadle Town were the visitors on Saturday as they visited Alder House along with the Men United Cup. The Men United Cup is the new name for the NWCFL League Challenge Cup and comes from the slogan ‘Men United’ used by the Prostate Cancer UK Charity. Cheadle Town were our opposition for the first round […]

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Report: Rochdale Town 0-4 Colls

Following a 3-0 away win at Chadderton on Saturday (16th September) the Collieries faced another difficult away test in the form of Rochdale Town. Two tough away games in the space of four days saw the Collieries pick up the maximum of six points available after beating Rochdale 4-0 at their Mayfield Sports Centre ground […]

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Report: Chadderton 0-3 Colls

After playing in both the FA Cup and Vase for the past three games the NWCFL returned on Saturday in the form of an away trip to Chadderton FC. The game started slowly with both sides having an equal amount of possession; however it was the Collieries who registered the first shot on goal eight […]

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Report: Colls 4-0 Penistone Church

Following Monday night’s exit from the FA Cup against Radcliffe Borough, the Collieries dusted themselves down to face NCEL side Penistone Church. The Collieries started the brighter of the two sides, controlling the possession and having the more shots on the Penistone goal. Two minutes in and Penistone keeper Joe Holyhead was called into action. […]

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