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Sports Round up


STALYBRIDGE CELTIC Spring Season Update... By Mike Smith (Celtic's Community Development Officer)


Our over 50’s Walking Football team, Vintage Celtic, have been busy of late, participating in two monthly leagues, in Northwich and Heywood.


Last month saw us travelling down to the Cheshire FA Headquarters at Moss Farm in Northwich, for the Spring season of the ‘Walking Football in Cheshire’ league, of which we were relegated from the top division last November.


Starting afresh in the


Championship, the team did the traditional slow start, losing 2-0 to 1874 Northwich. The second game


saw an improvement in the scoreline, beating newcomers Crewe Alexandra 2-1, the third game was another victory,


this time 2-0 over Neston Nomads (Wirral), ending with a 0-0 draw with Northgate Rollers (Chester).


Well done to Brian, Bill, Paul, Keith, Mike, Tom and Gordon who wore the colours of Stalybridge Celtic very well. Stalybridge Celtic are pleased to be represented on the five team committee, making sure that the league is run professionally, and played in the right manner and spirit of the beautiful game, albeit at a much slower pace #norunning


Vintage Celtic were also back in action at The Power League complex in Ardwick, as part of the walking football section of The FA People’s Cup, hoping to progress through the rounds and earn a place in the Wembley Final. The format is 5-a-side with a squad of seven, with all players being over 50 years old. Good luck to Peter Agar, Brian, Colin, Mike, Paul, Lee and Pete Smith in the competition, let’s hope Vintage Celtic are celebrating victories down at Vintage Celtic HQ (The Lord Stamford in Stalybridge!)


Our Walking Football committee member and Vintage Celtic Manager, Bill Murney, along with Paul Gardner from Link4life up in Rochdale, have created a new monthly walking football league for over 60’s teams, which will see Vintage Celtic taking part every month.


The fixtures will take place at Heywood Sports Village just off the M66 near Bury, on the first Friday of each month, playing on the 3G pitch. The first set of fixtures at the start of February produced a good set of results as follows – W 2-0 v Maccabi Old Godgers D 0-0 v Rochdale Strollers W 1-0 The Nash Amblers (Curzon Ashton FC)


So, on to the next lot of fixtures…….it looks like Vintage Celtic are back to winning ways…..at last! Our walking football Training Sessions are held at New Charter Academy in Ashton-under-Lyne, every Monday evening,


6.00pm to 7.00pm, £3.00 per player and on a 3G pitch, come along and join in….you might enjoy it!


If you would like to get involved in our Walking Football activities, have a look at our website www.walkingfootball-tameside-glossop.uk for all the latest news on Training, Leagues, Social activities, friendlies, etc. You can follow us on Twitter - @bluevints or Facebook – Stalybridge Celtic FC Vintage Celtic.


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CONGRATULATIONS to Mr & Mrs Toms of Royton for Winning our New Year competition to WIN two tickets to a match day experience at Stalybridge Celtic.....See how they get on in our next issue!


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