Lancashire Amateur Shield
Richardson Cup Final
West Lancashire League
Garstang FC manager Lee Baker believes the club will see the benefit of playing one game per week for the next couple of months.
The England Euro squad could learn a thing or two from Britain’s office workers, it seems.
Thirty years ago, on June 22, 1986, Diego Maradona scored what would go down as the ‘Hand of God’ goal against England.
Captain Gary Fawcett believes experience was the telling factor behind Garstang’s Richardson Cup final defeat to Charnock Richard.
After the exertions of the previous weekend, taking in four games in four days, it was a quieter time this time around.
It has been a busy few days – as the weather has partially relented, for now anyway, it was possible to take in four games in four days.
They say you have to be a bit daft to be a goalkeeper. A bit? You have to be well-and-truly crazy!
Tuesday saw a midweek trip to a night match…there is something special about a night game under lights.
I have previously offered the view that one of the joys of football is that the same laws apply whether the game is
the World Cup final or an Under -6s match
It is a curious thing. Friends, colleagues and acquaintances get together and decide to form a football team.
“Time” yelled 10 team-mates in unison, as the dodgy centre-half brought the ball down, facing his own goal, 14 yards out.
LANCASTER City could be set to make their first signings ahead of the new season.
LANCASTER City’s season may be winding down following their President’s Cup win but there is going to be an exciting end to the season in the North Lancashire League.
AT THE match played on Tuesday, April 19, Garstang created chance after chance before finally securing the much needed victory with only five minutes left to play.
GARSTANG made the long journey to Walney Island on Easter Monday and came back with a very respectable point.