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The seventh spot kick at the end from Bloods defender Phil Clarke was the difference between the two sides after it had finished all square after 90 minutes.

However the game was marred by a serious injury to the Stalybridge Full back Sam Tattum who was carried from the field in the first half after a clash with Bloods striker Steve Lewis.

Sunday, 02 October 2016 13:36

Bloods 2-2 Scarborough

 

It finished all square at the Butcher’s Arms but The Bloods will be disappointed, especially after their second half performance, that they didn't come away with all three points against Scarborough Athletic.

Saturday, 01 October 2016 06:37

Sean Clancy signs for the Bloods

The club are pleased to announce that we have signed Sean Clancy, left sided full back and midfielder from Warrington who will be available for selection tomorrow against Scarborough.

The 28 year old signed for Warrington in the summer, having previously made 129 appearances at Telford, winning promotion to the national conference in 2014.

Sean is the brother of the model Abbey Clancy, perhaps better known as Mrs Peter Crouch.

 

image courtesy of the Warrington Guardian 

Wednesday, 28 September 2016 09:08

Burscough 1-1 Droylsden

 

A stoppage time equaliser from former Droylsden striker Dominic Smith cancelled out a first half own goal and continued Bloods winless run at Burscough’s Victoria Park on Tuesday night.

In another poor performance against a team rooted to the foot of the table and yet to win this season, the Bloods failed to make much of an impression in front of goal.

Sunday, 25 September 2016 10:05

Droylsden 1-2 Brighouse

 

The Bloods crashed to another home defeat as high flying Brighouse took all three points at the Butcher’s Arms.

Droylsden named an unchanged starting eleven from the team that drew at Glossop in midweek but found themselves a goal down after just two minutes when full back Shaquille Clarke’s back pass was intercepted by Luke Parkin, whose shot gave James Coates no chance.

Thursday, 22 September 2016 13:18

Glossop North End 2-2 Droylsden

An eleventh goal this season and an assist from Steve Lewis either side of half time rescued a point for Droylsden after they had fallen two goals behind at Glossop North End.

Trailing after forty five minutes the striker ran into the penalty area from the left to find Liam Caddick to give the Bloods hope at the interval and four minutes into the second half, shrugged off the challenge of Glossop right back Iwan Heeley before turning in the penalty area and hitting the back of the net giving Matt Cooper no chance in the North End goal,

Sunday, 18 September 2016 06:57

Clitheroe 3-2 Bloods

 

The Bloods suffered their fourth league defeat in a row as Dave Pace’s team once again played catch up at Clitheroe’s ShawBridge ground.

There were two changes from the team that lost to Bamber Bridge, Billy Hasler Cregg, signed on loan this week from Altrincham and Amour Cesaire starting with Liam Caddick and Eddie Toner dropping to the bench.

The home side started the stronger and after just three minutes a shit from outside the box from Brad Knox forced a fine save from Coates.

Thursday, 15 September 2016 09:06

Billy's Back

Subject to Football Association conformation, Billy Hasler Cregg has rejoined us for a month's loan from Altrincham

Tuesday, 13 September 2016 08:45

RIP Daniel Wilkinson

The Club, players and supporters would like to pass on their condolences to the family and friends of twenty six year Daniel Wilkinson who passed away after collapsing of a suspected heart attack while playing for Shaw Lane AFC in a league cup tie at Brighouse Town last night.

Sunday, 11 September 2016 09:45

Bloods 0-1 Bamber Bridge

 

A save from the penalty spot by Bamber Bridge keeper Marcus Burgess secured all three points in this tightly fought game at the Butcher’s Arms after Adam Dodd had put the visitors ahead on 51 minutes.

Striker Steve Lewis was tripped as he tried to turn on the edge of the area but his spot kick was turned onto the bar by the keeper.