Witton's Youth team are in cup action on Sunday afternoon when they travel to Morecambe FC in the Semi Finals of the North West Youth Alliance President's Cup. Witton's cup form has been excellent this season and they reached their second semi final of the campaign by overcoming Stockport Georgians in the Quarter Finals after extra time. Morecambe have struggled for consistency this season which to many will come as a surprise due to their standing as a club but nevertheless, they will be difficult opposition for Witton who will need to be at their best if they are to progress to the final. Should the game be drawn after normal time, a period of extra time will be played and thenif the scores are still level the tie will be decided on penalties. The fixture is being played at Lancaster & Morecambe College with a 2.30pm kick off.
Directions: Exit M6 at Junction 34. Take the A683 exit towards Lancaster, continue for 0.5 miles. Keep right to continue on A683 and follow for 0.3 miles. Turn left towards Bay Gateway/A683 and continue forward for 371 ft. Merge onto Bay Gateway/A683 and follow for 1.3 miles. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit and stay on Bay Gateway/A683. After 1.2 miles, turn left onto Morecambe Road/A589 and follow for 0.1 miles. Turn left and continue for 243 ft to Lancaster & Morecambe College.
Parking: Car Parking spaces are available on the site.
Admission Prices: Information unavailable due to it being a college facility.
Social Club: Information unavailable due to it being a college facility.
Refreshments: Information unavailable due to it being a college facility.
"Youth Team Central Defender Finn Hutton was taken to hospital yesterday afternoon having had to be substituted during the 4-3 Cup Semi Final defeat away at Morecambe. A scan revealed that an emergency operation was required immediately. Our thoughts are with Finn and his family.”
Just to update everyone. Finn Hutton's operation was successful and he is being allowed home. Finn's dad posted the news on Facebook earlier and thanks everyone at Witton Albion Football Club for their kind thoughts.