Welcome to Greg Hall
We are pleased to welcome Greg to our squad. Greg was previously with Glossop North End and, of course, played in goal at Wembley in the 2014/15 FA Vase Final.
Ideally our welcome for Greg would have been at the Barton Stadium last Saturday but the weather forced the game to be postponed.
He has previously been the Goalkeeper of the Year on two occasions in the North West Counties League and Manager, Ian Street, is convinced that Greg will strengthen our team.
Weather permitting, Greg will make his debut for 1874 at Bootle on Saturday and he is sure to receive a warm welcome from 1874 supporters.
COMING UP THIS WEEK BY GARRY CLARKE
SATURDAY 19TH DECEMBER 2015 KICK OFF 3PM
On Saturday 1874 Northwich are scheduled to visit, weather permitting, Bootle for a NWCFL Premier Division fixture, kick off 3pm.
Bootle play at Delta Taxi Stadium, Vesty Road, Bootle, L30 1NY.
30/9/14 NWCFL Premier home won 1-0 Woolley
4/11/14 NWCFL Premier away drew 2-2 Chappell, Brandon
26/9/15 NWCFL premier home drew 3-3 Jackson, Wellstead, Lomas
Bootle are 4th in the NWCFL table with a record of:
P W D L GF GA GD PTS
22 12 3 7 45 40 5 39
Last Saturday Bootle’s home game against Abbey Hey was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch. The last game they played was on Tuesday 8th December when they lost 3-4 on penalties at home to Skelmersdale United in the Liverpool Senior Cup after holding their Evostik League opponents to a 1-1 draw.
Their record at the Delta Taxi Stadium, including cup ties, this season is:
P W D L GF GA
15 9 2* 5 36 21 * one drawn cup tie lost on penalties.
The 15 home games have attracted an average crowd of 120, the highest attendance being 195 for the visit of Atherton Collieries in the FA Cup while the lowest was 78 for the league game against AFC Blackpool.
ASHTON ATHLETIC HOME MEN UNITED CUP 3RD ROUND
TUESDAY 22ND DECEMBER 2015 KICK OFF 7.45PM
On Tuesday 1874 Northwich will try again, weather permitting, to host Ashton Athletic in the Third Round of the Men United Cup, kick off at the Barton Stadium will be 7.45pm.
14/3/15 NWCFL P away drew 1-1 Brandon
16/4/15 NWCFL P home drew 0-0
6/10/15 NWCFL P away lost 0-4
After last weekend’s games Ashton Athletic are 11th in the NWCFL Premier Division table with a record of:
P W D L GF GA GD PTS
21 8 5 8 32 30 2 29
Ashton Athletic lost 2-0 at Evostik League Lancaster City in the Lancashire Challenge Trophy on Tuesday; their previous game on 17th November was a 2-2 draw at home against Winsford United. In between these two games they have had four games postponed.
In the second round of the Men United Cup Ashton Athletic beat Barnoldswick Town 3-1.
Away from their Brocstedes Park home their record this season, including cup ties, is:
P W D L GF GA
16 6 4 6 23 23
On Saturday Ashton Athletic are scheduled to visit West Didsbury & Chorlton for a NWCFL Premier Division game.
Everyone at 1874 would like to thank Matt Conkie for his time at the club. Matt has been a real character, he is a fine keeper, committed to always doing his best and was the first 1874 player to make 100 appearances for the club – a record that we know he is proud of. We wish him all the best in the future.
The DECEMBER Non League magazines have just been received and are available at just £3 from our shop. Although now smaller this magazine still contains over ONE HUNDRED PAGES of non-league news and is a “must have” for all non-league fans
Remember that £2 of your £3 is now kept by YOUR Football Club – so this is another excellent way of you adding to your clubs’ coffers whist benefitting yourself
BUT we no longer receive these magazines on a “sale or return” basis – we have to pay for all that we receive so please make sure you pick up your copy soon. We have taken some copies of this magazine to
Level One Computers as Nigel Leather has kindly agreed to sell them should anyone wish to call in at Witton St Northwich
Terrible Weather problems effect 1874 supporters buying their Christmas Presents!
Now that is a headline that we certainly don’t want to see and so despite last Saturdays’ home game being postponed Your Club has been doing all it can to satisfy the demand for 1874 Christmas presents (even the chairman has been out on his bike delivering!)
Our 1874 Club Shop on the website is currently being updated and improved but unfortunately this will probably not be ready until early January. So if you are still seeking any 1874 items for stocking fillers or major presents then, as previously advised, please don’t hesitate to contact Brian Edge on 07711 505414 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try our best to meet your requirements
Calendars are available at £8 each or £9 posted out to you – just contact Brian as above. He also has gift vouchers available, the small Bins, key rings, scarfs, bob hats, baseball caps and clothing items all still available.
And our latest offering for the “love of your life” is our 1874 Pinnie (for the ladies) or Apron for the guys – priced at just £10 this excellent quality item is a must for every 1874 fan – even if you have a dishwasher!!
Have you seen our new Christmas window display down in the Northwich Precinct?
by Steve Richardson
On Tuesday morning volunteers from the Community team spent a few hours decorating an empty shop unit. It’s our way of saying Happy Christmas to all the good folk of Northwich, and hopefully at the same time it will help spread the name of 1874 Northwich a little wider.
When it comes to promoting our great football club, we are not ” monkeying ” around.
Is that a last-minute Christmas shopper or the auditor checking up below??!!
this week our much appreciated work gang and other volunteers are seen here enjoying a well-earned pre Christmas luncheon as a small thank you for all that they do week in/week out for 1874 Northwich Football Club
Thanks guys for all you have done.
Jordan was first with an empty plate!