As the NWCFL continues its quick start out of the blocks, the fixtures continue to come thick and fast. This week sees a number of fixtures stemming across most of the evenings across all three Leagues.
Tuesday evening sees a number of fixtures, starting in the Premier Division where Macclesfield FC take their first away trip to Winsford United. The Silkmen having her a good start to life in the NWCFL on Saturday with a 1-0 hone win over Burscough. Winsford were a bit rusty over the weekend and were beaten 5-1 at Charnock Richard, so they will be looking to bounce back.
Wythenshawe Town had a successful start to life in Step 5 on Saturday with a 1-0 win at Ashton Athletic. They host Padiham who were beaten at Avro. Skelmersdale United get their season underway this evening as they host Longridge Town at The JMO whilst Barnoldswick Town welcome Squires Gate to The Silentnight Stadium
Burscough and Ashton Athletic were both on the end of a defeat on Saturday but they face each other this evening at The Community Ground looking to get their first points on the board. It is also the first league game held at the new venue.
Irlam host Congleton with both sides having got off to an identical start to their respective seasons on Saturday, Irlam seeing off Litherland Remyca 1-0 whilst Congleton won by the same Margin at Longridge Town.
In Division One North Campion host their first home game in their NWCFL era as they host near-ish neighbours, Golcar who make the 15 mile trip up the road. Golcar put in a decent performance on the road with a 1–1 draw at Holker on Saturday whilst Campion went close at Garstang, eventually losing out by the odd goal on five, but a good performance nonetheless in a squad that had five key players missing.
Bury AFC are at Atherton LR this evening, both having got off to winning starts over the weekend whilst Ilkley Town make their first NWCFL away trip to Bacup Borough.
AFC Blackpool's game against Holker Old Boys is something of a local derby, and the home side will look to build on their fine start to the season on Saturday by making it two wins from two. Nelson welcome Steeton to Little Wembley having narrowly been beaten by Pilkington at home on Saturday. This is Steeton’s first fixture of the season.
In Division One South Rocester will be looking to build on their good start at the weekend as they travel to Abbey Hulton United.
Cammell Laird 1907 and Ellesmere Rangers also got off to good starts on Saturday and they go head-to-head at the Prabhu Ventures Arena this evening. Lairds we’re impressive 4-1 winners over Cheadle Heath Nomads whilst Ellesmere travelled to Stafford Town and recorded a decent 4-3 win on the road.
Sandbach United host St Martins at the Sandbach Communuty Football Centre whilst Stafford Town welcome Alsager Town to Evans Park in what already looks like a great fixture.
Eccleshall and Brocton were both on the losing end of results over the weekend but they both have an opportunity to get some points on the boards tonight as they face each other at Pershall Park. Eccleshall were narrowly edged out at Rocester on Saturday whilst Brocton put in a solid performance at Sandbach, however were still beaten 1-3 on the day.
In the other fixture this evening, New Mills host Cheadle Heath Nomads at Church Road. Games between these two sides are traditionally close encounters with two of the last three games having been drawn.
So there you have it, Tuesday’s fixtures with lots of decent games to choose from. Just a reminder that if you are off to a game tonight, please take care and follow each clubs Covid Safety guidelines. Enjoy the games.