3 weeks 3 days ago - 3 weeks 3 days ago#1by WHEELS
WHEELS created the topic: St Helens Town AFC Youth vs Witton Albion Youth
Witton's Youth team are in action on Sunday afternoon when they travel to St Helens Town in a North West Youth Alliance fixture. The Merseyside club haven't made the best of starts to the season and find themselves below Witton in the table going into the game. Of the seven league games played, St Helens Town have only managed to accumulate four points with five games ending in defeat. Witton will be looking to put on a performance and hopefully get another three points in order to climb away from the lower end of the table. Kick off at the Arcoframe Stadium is 3pm.
ST HELENS TOWN AFC,
Directions: Merge onto M6 and follow for 14.7 miles. At junction 23, take the A580 exit to St Helens/Liverpool/Southport and continue for 0.2 miles. Merge onto Haydock Island and continue for 233 ft. Turn left onto East Lancashire Road/A580 and follow for 4.4 miles. Turn left onto City Roa and follow for 0.4 miles. Turn right onto Bishop Road and continue for 0.6 miles. Merge onto Dentons Green Lane/A570 and follow for 0.2 miles. Turn left onto Ruskin Drive. Destination is on the right after 335 ft.
Parking: Ruskin Drive has a large, free car park available to supporters on matchdays
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Ground Facilities: The facilities are part of the Ruskin Sports Village site operated by St. Helens Council, with bars and refreshments provided by sole concessionaires Ruskinvest Limited. There is a 200 -seater covered stand and the overall ground capacity is 647 with standing on three sides only.
3 weeks 3 days ago - 3 weeks 2 days ago#2by WHEELS
WHEELS replied the topic: St Helens Town AFC Youth vs Witton Albion Youth
Full Time Score from ArcOFrame Stadium:
North West Youth Alliance:
St Helens Town AFC Youth 5 Witton Albion Youth 3.
Witton's Youth team went down to a 5-3 defeat in their latest North West Youth Alliance fixture at St Helens Town AFC Youth on Sunday afternoon.
The youngsters put in a very spirited and battling performance at the Arcoframe Stadium but found St Helens Town 's Nicholas Kay in goalscoring mood as he netted four times. The Merseyside club 's other goal coming from Alex Mowitt.
Witton made more than a game of it, netting three times themselves through Ben Clark, Sam Cryer & Sam McLaughlin but couldn't quite get something from the game.
Lee Wilkinson, Charlie Antrobus, Ben Clark, Luke Walton, Sam McLaughlin, Joe Booth, Gerard Crane, Jordan Coles, Joseph Stubbs, Sam Cryer, Macauley Clifton.