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Atherton Collieries may have enjoyed lots of success in local competitions last season but it was not only their first team who were celebrating. The Under-18s side may have been together for years after spells at Moss Bank Juniors, CMB and Eagley but in their last season together as a team they won the North […]Continue reading
The 60th and final game in what has been a very long but enjoyable 2014/15 season – the Hospital Cup Final at the Macron Stadium against Turton. An important game as the Collieries looked to add to the First Division Title acquired some 9 games ago. Colls had yet another good crowd behind them on […]Continue reading
Tomorrow sees the last game of the season for the Collieries as they make the journey to the Macron Stadium to face Turton in the final of the Bolton Hospital Cup, the 85th final to be precise. It will be the third and final cup final for the Colls this season as they look to […]Continue reading
The second of three cup finals came around last Thursday night to add to what has been another great achievement for Atherton Collieries Football Club. Big names had been beaten to pave the way to the final with some great games witnessed by Collieries fans young and old. The Road to the Tameside Stadium started […]Continue reading
Colls made their first visit to near neighbours Hindsford for a few years in a Bolton Hospital Cup Semi Final tie. The prize for the victors was a trip to the Macron Stadium on Tuesday 5 May. The game exploded into life in the 3rd minute when Colls no 4 Josh Messer was sent off […]Continue reading
Tonight we travel to Manchester Premier side Hindsford for the Bolton Hospital Cup semi-final. The Tonics are managed by former Collieries striker Barry Massey and they are the current holders. Jake Kenny won the Bolton Hospital Cup with Hindsford last season, while Mark Battersby, Wes Bancroft, Josh Messer, Matt Grimshaw and Rob Swanton have all played […]Continue reading
Atherton Collieries rounded off their championship winning season with a 3-1 win over Cheadle Town at Alder House. Matty Boland gave Colls a half time, but Cheadle Town drew level just before the hour when Thabiso Magida equalised. But goals from Jordan Cover and Ben Hardcastle ensured that Colls ended their league campaign on a […]Continue reading
Atherton Collieries vs Cheadle Town – the final home game of an extraordinary season, the final league match of a phenomenal league campaign, a game for celebration and celebrate we did. The Collieries looked to end the league season on a win after a week that challenged all previous. This next week is just as […]Continue reading
The week before this Reusch First Division Cup final saw the Collieries’ with an unbelievable set of fixtures, five games in a week – four games in four days. However, after a 0-0 draw away at Daisy Hill on Monday night, everyone’s attention was now turned towards the aforementioned Cup Final against AFC Darwen at […]Continue reading