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Prestwich Heys away Saturday 15th Jan, plus “Macc” ticket news

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Skelmersdale United travel to Prestwich Heys this coming Saturday (15th January), and will go to their hosts cock-a hoop after finally picking up the North West Counties “Club of the Month” award for November (pictured) and demolishing Burscough 4-1. Paul McNally’s men have gone 16 games with just one defeat.

They wont have it all their own way at Heys, who despite being in the lower reaches of the table, recently beat Macclesfield at their Adie Moran Park Ground and in midweek they came away from Irlam with a convincing 4-1 win, in Jack Coop they have a proven goalscorer who has netted 26 times this season.

United have their own “Hotshots” with Mikey Howard, 20 goals, backed up with Elliott Morris 15 and Danny Mitchley on 10, if there is a free kick on the edge of the box Kenny Strickland has proved he can find the back of the net, so United have plenty of firepower in their locker.

If results go in United favour it could see them at the top of the table come Saturday night, Paul McNally is urging supporters to get down and give the players their backing “The support last week was tremendous, it really does spur the lads on, that was more than evident against Burscough”.

The game at Prestwich kicks off at 3pm

Ground: Adie Moran Park
Address: Sandgate Road, Whitefield, Lancashire
Postcode: M45 6WG
Directions-M60 to junction 17 towards Whitefield, turn right into Clyde Avenue continue over traffic lights onto Thatch Leach Lane, turn right at the Frigate Public House, over motorway bridge, ground on the left.
DISTANCE 30 miles, TIME 35 minutes.


There are still a number of tickets available for our trip to Macc on 29th January.

For those interested you should contact Football Club Secretary Dan Roberts by email, danielroberts544@gmail.com, to reserve their tickets and take receipt of the instructions for payment.


United’s next HOME game will be on Saturday 22nd January, when Congleton Town will be the visitors to the JMO Sports Park, the game kicks off at 3pm.

Admission £6, Concession £4, Under 16s £1, or Free with an accompanying adult.

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