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Local Football Results – 23.03.24

Written by on 25 March 2024


Saturday 23rd March

Burton Albion 0 v 1 Port Vale

Crewe Alex 1 v 1 AFC Wimbledon

City of Liverpool 0 v 0 Hanley Town

Hednesford Town 1 v 1 Leek Town

Kidsgrove Athletic 0 v 2 Bootle

Nantwich Town 2 v 1 Mossley

Prescot Cables 1 v 0 Newcastle Town

Bamber Bridge 0 v 2 Stafford Rangers

Macclesfield 3 v 0 Morpeth Town

Match Report by Mark Birtles

Port Vale finally got a win under Darren Moore as they beat Staffordshire neighbours Burton Albion on Saturday afternoon.

A Ryan Loft goal with seven minutes remaining gave The Vale their first win in fourteen attempts and their first win away since December the 9th.

The win closes the gap for The Valiants to three points from safety, and three points closer to Burton with Bristol Rovers up next at Vale Park on Good Friday.

Crewe Alexandra and AFC Wimbledon shared a point each at The Mornflake Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

A second minute opener for The Dons was cancelled out by Rio Adebisi and that’s how the scoreline remained.

The Alex once again face the side sitting one place outside the playoffs this Easter Friday, when they make the trip to Kent to face Gillingham.

Into the non-league where Newcastle Town were beaten 1-0 away at Prescot Cables.

Kidsgrove Athletic under stand in manager Anthony Malbon lost 2-0 at Hollinwood Road to Bootle.

An own goal by Hednesford Town’s Sam Griffiths earned the leaders Leek Town a 1-1 draw, but the point means Leek go into the Easter weekend’s game at home to Stalybridge with the opportunity to clinch the title.

Hanley Town and The City of Liverpool played out a 0-0 draw on Merseyside.

Goals from Nathan Okome and Kai Evans made it four wins on the spin for Nantwich Town as they beat Mossley by two goals to one.

And Stafford Rangers were 2-0 winners away at Bamber Bridge courtesy of a goal each for Sean Cooke and Connor Heath.

On to the women’s football and a goal for Heidi Logan wasn’t enough for Stoke City as they were beaten 2-1 by Burnley, with the winner coming in the seventh minute of added time.

Port Vale were the winners in the local affair at the Lyme Valley Stadium as they beat Newcastle town by four goals to nil.

First half goals for Elissa Dockerty, Sian McHugh, Lucy Moss and Naomi Sale – Hancock had the Valiants four up by the half time interval.

Crewe Alexandra were beaten 2-0 away at Fleetwood,

Leek Town Ladies were thrashed 5-0 by league leaders Sporting Khalsa,

And Nantwich Town will miss out on the final of this season’s Cheshire FA Women’s Cup, as they were beaten 6-2 in yesterday’s semi final by Runcorn Linnets.


Tuesday 26th March

Ashton United v Macclesfield

Friday 29th March

Hull City v Stoke City

Port Vale v Bristol Rovers

Gillingham v Crewe Alex

Leek Town v Stalybridge Celtic

Runcorn Linnets v Nantwich Town

Vauxhall Motors v Kidsgrove Athletic

Saturday 30th March

1874 Northwich v Newcastle Town

Hanley Town v Widnes

Romulus v Congleton Town

Macclesfield v FC Utd of Manchester

Stafford Rangers v Workington

Monday 1st April

Stoke City v Huddersfield Town

Northampton Town v Port Vale

Crewe Alex v Forest Green Rovers

Chasetown v Hanley Town

Kidsgrove Athletic v Clitheroe

Nantwich Town v Hednesford Town

Newcastle Town v Leek Town

Northwich Victoria v Congleton Town

Gainsborough Trinity v Stafford Rangers

Hyde United v Macclesfield

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