Lancaster City's home start to the new season

Bamber Bridge will open the 2022/23 NPL Premier Division campaign with an away trip to Stafford Rangers on Saturday, August 13.

By Craig Salmon
Wednesday, 20th July 2022, 4:45 pm

After the trip to Stafford, Brig will play their first home fixture of 2022/23 against newly-promoted Marske United at the Sir Tom Finney Stadium on Tuesday, August 16.

August

13 – Stafford Rangers (A)

Lancaster City skipper Andy Teague and his team-mates start the new season at home Photo: Phil Dawson

16 – Marske United (H)

20 – Liversedge (H)

23 – W’gton Rylands (A)

27 – FC United(H)

29 – Guiseley (A)

September

6 – Marine (H)

10 – Morpeth Town (A)

13 – Stalybridge Celtic (A)

24 – Belper Town (H)

27 – Warrington Town (H)

October

1 – Whitby Town (A)

11 – South Shields (A)

18 – Hyde United (H)

22 – G’borough Trinity (A)

November

5 – Radcliffe (H)

12 – Atherton Colls (A)

19 – Ashton United (A)

26 – Matlock Town (H)

December

3 – Marske United (A)

10 – Stafford Rangers (H)

17 – W’gton Rylands (H)

26 – Lancaster City (A)

January

2 – Guiseley (H)

7 – Liversedge (A)

14 – Marine (A)

21 – Morpeth Town (H)

28 – Belper Town (A)

February

4 – Stalybridge Celtic (H)

7 – Hyde United (A)

11 – G’borough Trinity (H)

18 – Radcliffe (A)

25 – Atherton Colls (H)

March

4 – Warrington Town (A)

18 – Whitby Town (H)

25 – Nantwich Town (A)

April

1 – South Shields (H)

8 – FC United (A)

10 – Lancaster City (H)

15 – Matlock Town (A)

22 – Ashton United (H)

Meanwhile. Bamber Bridge enjoyed a 6-1 victory over Longridge Town on Saturday.

With a team containing a number of triallists, including former player Jamie Thomas who left last summer after being snapped up by PNE, Brig were far too strong for the North West Counties outfit.

Fin Sinclair-Smith was the star of the show, scoring a hat-trick and the other goals came from Aaron Skinner, Matt Thomson and Thomas.