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Photographs from our 1-0 win at home to Abbey Hey are now online. Rob’s can be seen by clicking here. Ian’s can can be seen by clicking here. David’s can be seen by clicking here.
Don’t forget that tomorrow we welcome Runcorn Town to the Kensite Stadium in what is our final game of the 2016/17 season. To thank everybody for your incredible support this season we are running a ‘PAY WHAT YOU WANT’ scheme, all proceeds will be going towards Changing Room refurbishment. The league trophy will be paraded […]Continue reading
Atherton Collieries are overwhelmed and humbled after Leigh Centurions owner Derek Beaumont invited the players and officials of our club to be special guests at the upcoming Leigh Centurions v Wakefield Trinity match. In a news release on the Leigh Centurions website this evening, it was said that, “Winning the title was a fitting […]Continue reading
As a one off we thought we’d share an online version of the upcoming programme for the Runcorn Town match, meaning you can read it from the luxury of your bed or while on the toilet before attending the game. To view it, please click here.Continue reading
On a proud evening at the Kensite Stadium, Mark Truffas’ first half goal was enough to see off visitors Abbey Hey and clinch the Hallmark Security League Premier Division title for Micheal Clegg’s Atherton Collieries side and with it promotion to the Evo-Stik League First Division, marking a highest ever point for the Alder House […]Continue reading
PEOPLE OF ATHERTON, WE NEED YOU! Tonight the Collieries welcome Abbey Hey to the Kensite stadium for what is a season defining game. There’s no point trying to beat around the bush, win and the Colls are champions, anything other than three points means Saturday’s game against Runcorn Town becomes all important. So, people of […]Continue reading
Yesterday’s game against Winsford had the potential to be the final chapter of this memorable centenary season. Three points for Clegg’s men and points dropped away at Abbey Hey for Bootle would see the black and whites promoted. The Collieries played their part as they saw the Blues out with a 2-0 win. However Bootle, […]Continue reading
The Groundhop UK juggernaut rolled into Atherton for their 11th (out of 13) match in an action packed Easter weekend and despite having to be up with the birds for the 11am kick off the Colls volunteers set about ensuring a good time was had by all. Old foes AFC Darwen were the visitors knowing […]Continue reading