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Sun 23rd June 2019 | Bits & Pieces
By Craig Kendall


First Division South Champions Rylands have been busy this week, not only did their joint manager David McNabb speak to our newly appointed Media Officer Craig Kendall about thier ambitions for the season, but have announced Michael Smith will join the Step 5 side. Michael has experience with Warrington Town before more recently being part of the Ashton Town set up.

Then on Sunday afternoon, the Cheshire based side announced UEFA B Licensed Goalkeeping Coach Ryan O'Neill had joined their backroom team. And Darren Davies has also re-joined Rylands as a Scout.

Runcorn Town

Goalkeeper Adam Reid has agreed to remain at the club for what will be his third season. He joined midway through the 2017/18 season from EvoStik League side Atherton Collieries. The imposing goalkeeper made his debut at 1874 Northwich in February 2018, and has been between the sticks for 64 of our 69 matches since then, keeping 17 clean sheets in those games including 11 last season.

Barnoldswick Town

Great improvement works are continuing at the Premier Division side and as you can see the officials changing room has had a make-over.

Photographs courtesy of @BarlickFC on Twitter.

Additionally, Barnoldswick have announced that keeper Harry Thompson has agreed to play for Matt Barnes' side in the new campaign.

AFC Liverpool

Liverpool will be producing a limited edition matchday pin badge and programme for the away game with Alicante City. More details will be posted nearer the game.

Whitchurch Alport

Another club who have appointed a scout this week with Ian Parry joining the side. He boasts a very expansive CV including three years at Wrexham FC acadmey as head of recuitment, and wil work alongside his current role at Liverpool FC.


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