Destination: Hindsford

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 for the Squires Lane side.  Hindsford have beaten Stoneclough and CMB to reach the semi-final of this seasons competition, while Collieries have knocked out Blackrod Town and Eagley. Kick off is at 18:30 and all admission money goes to charity. Squires Lane, Tyldesley, Manchester, M29 8JP From Manchester– Tyldesley town centre (Elliot St one way system) At the end of Elliot St the road bends right towards Atherton, Leigh & Wigan, keep left into the road facing (church to the left)this road continues into Squires Lane the ground is at the very end.

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