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Photography Credits: Duncan Edward

Sandbach United travel to Stafford Town hoping to pick up their first league win in three games.

The visitors form of late has been indifferent, drawing at home to Cammell Laird 1907 in a six-goal thriller before suffering heartbreak as league leaders West Didsbury & Chorlton snatched a late winner in Manchester.

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A late winner saw West Didsbury & Chorlton extend their gap at the top of the table after beating Sandbach United 2-1.

The game was billed as the top fixture to watch in the NWCFL South before kick-off, with it shaping up to be a real '6-pointer' as the hosts looked to assert their position as league leaders whilst Sandbach hoped to maintain pace with the other promotion challengers.

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Sandbach United travel to 1st-placed West Didsbury & Chorlton for a key 6-pointer in the NWCFL South Division.

Fresh from a thrilling penalty shootout victory in the Buildbase FA Vase over Dudley Town, Sandbach will be keen to resume their NWCFL campaign with a real test against West Didsbury & Chorlton.

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Sandbach United take a break from the NWCFL this weekend to face off against Dudley Town in the second qualifying round of the Buildbase FA Vase.

The Vase has been a wonderful competition for non-league clubs to experience a journey to Wembley, and both sides will hope to get one step closer when they meet at Hind Heath Road tomorrow (Saturday).

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Photography Credits: Duncan Edward

The Ramblers are hoping to make it back-to-back home wins as they host Cammell Laird 1907 on Saturday 18th September.

The squad has been bolstered by some new signings in recent days, with Stanley Tatters and Liam Fitzpatrick joining from NWCFL Premier clubs Congleton Town and Runcorn Town respectively, with the latter also having spent time at the Port Vale youth academy.

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Elworth defy the weather

By Deborah Bowyer

24th Aug 2021 | Local Sport

William Mashinge

The weather did its best to thwart the Foxes on Saturday but thankfully there were enough dry spells between

This was thanks in no small part to the umpires, Keith Healey and Paul Stratford, whose measured and considered response to the conditions was noteworthy.

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