Stockport County don’t know the meaning of the word defeat after overcoming a two-goal deficit to beat Southport and go joint top of Vanarama National League North.
The omens looked ominous from the fourth minute when striker Dan Cockerline missed a sitter for Stalybridge Celtic.
Second-chance Mossley made the most of their reprieve as they won at Radcliffe Borough to book a place in the final of the Manchester Premier Cup.
RUNCORN LINNETS 1, STALYBRIDGE CELTIC 1 (Linnets won 5-4 on penalties) Gareth Roberts is thought to have created history for Stalybridge Celtic in their Cheshire Cup, first-round defeat at Runcorn Linnets. One month short of his 41st birthday, Celtic’s assistant manager is thought to be the club’s oldest debutant. Roberts, who won nine full caps […]
MOSSLEY 1, DROYLSDEN 0 There was an element of luck about Ben Halfacre’s 13th goal of the season which earned Mossley a derby win against Droylsden. Halfacre knew little about the goal on the hour as Andy Keogh’s header from a corner cannoned against the striker and deflected into the net. It was a goal […]