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1874 u21’s return to winning ways against Rylands u21’s

1874 U21’s took on local rivals Rylands at Moss Farm on Sunday. With Rylands sitting just above 1874 in the table and the relegation zone just below, ’74 needed a win to boost their season. 1874 started brightly and took the game to Rylands and went 1 up after just 10 minutes through Jordan Henry

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St Helens Town u21 2-0 1874 u21

1874 U21’s travelled over to St Helens last Sunday to take on St Helens Town U21’s. With the teams only being separated by 4 points and having played the same number of games a close encounter was expected. 1874 had the better of the early encounters and after only 5 minutes had a great chance

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U21’s lose out at Burscough

The U21’s resumed their league campaign last Sunday at fellow NWCFL side Burscough. With Burscough currently lying third in the league table a tough encounter was expected but with the sides having drawn earlier in the season 1874 had nothing to fear. In an evenly contested first half 1874 recovered well from an early goal

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Broadheath u21 3 – 2 1874 u21

1874 Northwich U21’s travelled over to Altrincham last Sunday afternoon to take on Broadheath Central a week after having hosted them in Northwich when the game finished 1-1. With co 1st team manager Wayne Goodison in attendance it was a chance for the U21 lads to impress. With Zac Whelan, Sam Ray and George Jones

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Avro FC u21 2-0 1874 u21

It was more cup action last weekend when the U21’s travelled to Oldham to take on a side new to the North West development league structure this year, Avro FC in the League Challenge Cup. In the absence of the usual management team of Josh and Alan Hoare, first team manager Wayne Goodison steeped in

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U21’s still searching for elusive first win.

Rylands 5 – 4 1874 Northwich NORTH WEST DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE 3/9/18 By Garry Clarke 1874 Northwich under 21s came out on the wrong end of a nine goal thriller losing 5-4 at Rylands in the North West Development League. Still searching for their first league win of the season, 1874 got off to a flying

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