MOSSLEY discovered how fine the margins between success and failure can be in their defeat against Curzon Ashton in the final of the Manchester Premier Cup
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 […]