Now playing for Skelmersdale United via Workington.
This Week's Games
Tuesday 18th November Evo Stik North Ashton Utd v Marine 2-2 Buxton v Kings Lynn T 1-1 FCUM v Frickley Ath 3-2 Skelmersdale v Curzon Ashton 1-1 Stamford v Belper 0-1 FA Trophy Halesowen T v Blyth Spartans 2-0 Workington v Witton Albion 3-0 Saturday 22nd November Evo Stik North Barwell v Whitby T 1-0 Belper T v Nantwich T 1-4 Blyth Spartans v Kings Lynn T 3-2 Buxton v Workington 1-1 Curzon Ashton v Matlock T 3-0 Frickley Ath v Marine 1-0 Ramsbottom Utd v Grantham T 3-1 Skelmersdale Utd v Ilkeston 1-4 Stamford v Rushall Olympic 3-0 Stourbridge v FCUM 2-1 Trafford v Halesowen T 0-2 Witton Alb v Ashton Utd 5-2 Thurlow Nunn League Div One Debenham LC v Halstead T 4-3 Lynn Reserves v Leiston Res 5-1 Long Melford v Dereham T Res 4-1 March T Utd v Haverhill Borough 3-1 Needham Mkt Res v Team Bury 1-4 Stowmarket T v Braintree T Res 4-1 Tuesday 25th November Evo Stik North Buxton v Witton Albion Matlock v Rushall Stourbridge v Barwell Wednesday 26th November Norfolk Senior Cup Caister v King's Lynn T @ Gorleston FC Friday 28th November Thurlow Nunn League Div One Dereham T Res v Gt Yarmouth Saturday 29th November Evo Stik North Ashton Utd v Whitby T Belper T v Marine Blyth Spartans v Witton Alb Buxton v Stourbridge Frickley Ath v Trafford Ilkeston FC v Matlock T Nantwich T v Curzon Asht Skelmersdale v Grantham T FA Trophy Banbury Utd v Ramsbottom Barwell v FCUM Boston Utd v Workington Halesowen v Gresley King's Lynn T v Harrogate Thurlow Nunn League Div One Downham T v Lynn Reserves Halstead T v March T Utd Haverhill Boro v Stowmarket T Leiston Res v Cornard Utd Swaffham T v Saffron Walden Saturday 6th December Evo Stik North Barwell v Buxton Curzon Ashton v Frickley Ath FCUM v Workington Grantham T v Halesowen T Ilkeston FC v Nantwich T Matlock T v Ramsbottom Utd Rushall v Ashton Utd Stourbridge v Skelmersdale Utd Trafford v Belper T Whitby T v Kings Lynn T Witton Albion v Stamford Thurlow Nunn League Div One Braintree Res v Team Bury Debenham LC v Sudbury Res Gt Yarmouth v Long Melford Lynn Reserves v Haverhill Boro March T Utd v Cornard Utd Needham Mkt Res v Leiston Res Saffron Walden v Halstead T Swaffham T v Stowmarket T Woodbridge T v Dereham Res
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Messages - Mick
« on: November 21, 2014, 07:04:16 AM »
Do we have a contender? Go for it George........
Competition launched to locate league's best beard!
Is Henry's mate Hetty ?
That's him. A sweeper.
Im sure they're quite deserving but a glance at the current form table (last 6 games) shows Lynn in top spot with a cup success v Lancaster and a close defeat to top Conf North AFC Fylde thrown in. It may be a blessing that Setch didn't get it. What with "the curse".
From the FA
Jake Jones King's Lynn Town 08.11.2014 08.11.2014 1
Michael Frew King's Lynn Town 04.11.2014 08.11.2014 1
Ryan Fryatt King's Lynn Town 01.11.2014 01.11.2014 1
Stephen Spriggs King's Lynn Town 08.11.2014 18.11.2014 3
Jackson Ramm King's Lynn Town 08.11.2014 08.11.2014 1
Steve Spriggs is 3 games
What happened to the Ex Boston Keeper we signed for a couple of games last season. The one who was at Man City and a few other clubs since then.
Ashley Timms. No mention of him on Google since signing for us. Perhaps he's gone back to Man City. Give the head and shoulders advertiser competition.
The best form of defence is to attack, who said this
Probably Winston Churchill.
« on: August 30, 2014, 12:05:04 PM »
A little know fact is how the area surrounding the ground, also known as 'the Walks' was so named. In the 18th century the river running through the area was known to have healing power. Much like Lourdes in France. People would travel the world in order to bath in the holy waters. People with disabilities who were previously immobile would get out of the water and straight up onto their feet. Hence the name 'the Walks'. To this day the home players, who are in on the now closely guarded secret, bath in the waters to heal there injuries.
To this day the home physio will have a bucket full of the healing water in the dressing room during the half time interval. Players who may have limped off will come running out for the second half.
Loudes, France http://www.spiritualtravels.info/articles-2/europe-2/a-pilgrimage-to-lourdes-main-page/lourdes-today/seeking-healing-at-lourdes/
A real shame. It seems the board were a bit hasty making the decision. I recall Hastings Town resigned and then tried to have it withdrawn unsuccessfully from the Southern League in 98/99. For all the board knew a money man could have been waiting in the wings.