Report: Colls 4-0 Clitheroe

A dominant ninety minutes saw Atherton Collieries run out comfortable victors over visitors Clitheroe, taking advantage of the inactivity of title rivals Radcliffe to move four points clear at the top of the Evo-Stik League Division One West. Having won a thrilling encounter 5-3 in the corresponding fixture earlier in the season, Colls’ victory sealed […]

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Clitheroe Preview

Today’s visitors are Clitheroe as we search for our first ever home win against The Blues, whilst we attempt to increase our lead at the top of the league table with just 4 games left to play! Our abject record against Clitheroe is fully documented in the match day programme, available at the turnstile! Colls […]

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Report: Colls 4-1 Newcastle Town

A double from Jordan Cover and a goal apiece for Ian Rowlands and Dave Sherlock saw Atherton Collieries take advantage of their game in hand over title rivals Radcliffe and romp to a comfortable victory over Newcastle Town, returning to the top of the Evo-Stik League Division One West table in the process. Colls boss Micheal […]

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Newcastle Preview

We welcome Newcastle Town to the Skuna Stadium for the first time in 10 years! Well apart from the postponed game in December as the heavens opened late on to ensure the fate of the game (the visitors headed off into Manchester for their Christmas do with our best wishes) and the second postponement in […]

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Report: Widnes 1-2 Colls

Arriving at the Halton Stadium, it’s apparent the stadium has everything a club outside of the top divisions could possibly ever need, facilities that Colls can maybe only dream of. However, the slightly over officious council staff quelled any atmosphere, as Colls recovered from a tepid first half display to produce the goods in the […]

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Widnes Preview

On Saturday we return to the Halton Stadium, the home of Widnes FC, for the first time since January 2015. Widnes were promoted from the North-West Counties last season after finishing in 2nd place in the Premier Division and started this season playing their home games at Barnton’s Townfield ground. Joint managers Steve Akrigg and […]

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